LIVE STREAM: BC Soccer Adult Provincial Cup Finals are Set for May 10 and 11 at Burnaby Lake Sports Complex West

Posted on May 8th, 2014 by BC Soccer

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16 teams will battle it out on Saturday and Sunday to become BC Soccer Provincial Cup Champions with two Special Olympics British Columbia soccer teams taking the pitch for a showcase match on Saturday

Vancouver BC, May 8, 2014 – The BC Soccer Provincial Championships kickoff this weekend with 16 teams and two Special Olympic teams taking the pitch at Burnaby Lake Sports Complex West.  The four Men’ Provincial Championships and the two Special Olympic soccer teams will begin the weekend of play on Saturday with the four Women’s matches taking place on Sunday.

“This is a very exciting time of year for adult soccer in BC as these teams have been competing all season long and they’ve worked incredibly hard for the opportunity to win their respective Provincial Cups,” said Kjeld Brodsgaard , First Vice President of BC Soccer and Chair of Adult Competitions Committee . “The BC Soccer Provincial Championships couldn’t happen without the incredible work of the local organizing committee and we would like to thank both the Vancouver Metro Soccer League and the Metro Women’s Soccer League for the countless hours that they have put in.”

The two Special Olympics’ soccer teams will be the first to take the field on Saturday with kickoff beginning at 10:15 A.M on field 3.  Following the Special Olympics kickoff is the Doug Day Cup (Men’s U21) which will begin at 10:30 on field 1. The Deryl Hughes Cup (Men’s 35+) will begin at 12:00 P.M. , and the Keith Millar Cup (Men’s B) will be played following that at 1:30 P.M.  The Men’s Provincial Cup (Men’s A Cup) will be the final match of the day with a kickoff time of 3:00 P.M. on field 3.

“Over the couple years we have built a great relationship with BC Soccer and being able to have two of our soccer teams compete at the BC Soccer Provincial Championships not only creates an unbelievable experience for our players but also gives them a great opportunity to practice for the Special Olympics Canada Summer Games in July which will be hosted at UBC,” said Shawn Fevens, Manager, Sport and Competitions at Special Olympics British Columbia. “We are excited to continue to build on the relationship with BC Soccer and we look forward to seeing everyone who comes out to support our incredible athletes.”

The women’s competition on Sunday will begin with the Women’s U21 Provincial Cup at 10:00 A.M. followed but the Women’s Classic Provincial Cup (Women’s 35+) at 12:00 P.M., Leeta Sokalski Cup (Women’s B Cup) at 2:00, and finishing off the weekend is the Women’s Provincial Cup (Women’s A) at 4:00 P.M.  

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