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July 12th, 2023

Champions Crowned at the 2023 BC Soccer Provincial 'B' Cup

Successful competition held from July 6th to July 9th in Kamloops, BC. 

The 2023 BC Soccer Youth Provincial Championships continued this past weekend with the Girls “B” Cup taking place in Kamloops, BC. Four intense days of competition brought together participants from across the province. The weather played a significant role throughout the competition. With an unexpected turn on Sunday afternoon, the competition was affected by a thunderstorm causing delays and interruptions. The players showcased their resilience not only on the field but also in adapting to unpredictable weather conditions, demonstrating their dedication to the sport they love.

U13 Girls Recap

The U13 saw the ‘Kamloops YSA Blaze' Girls showcase their talent and teamwork as they secured the championship title in their age group.

The U13 Girls division podium was completed as follows:

  1. Kamloops YSA Blaze (Champions)
  2. Soccer Quest (Runners-up)
  3. Okanagan FC (Third Place)

Fair Play Award: Bulkley Valley Soccer Society

U14 Girls Recap

The U14 Girls' division witnessed an impressive array of games. In an exhilarating competition, the ‘Kamloops YSA Blaze’ emerged as champions, showcasing their exceptional skills and teamwork throughout the tournament.

The U14 Girls division podium was completed as follows:

  1. Kamloops YSA Blaze (Champions)
  2. Richmond FC Strikers (Runners-Up)
  3. Kelowna United (Third Place)

Fair Play Award: Columbia Valley FC

U15 Girls Recap

The U15 Girls' division culminated with displays of skill and talent. ‘Langley United’ emerged as the champions, delivering exceptional performances throughout the tournament.

Throughout the Cup, supporters took part in the drama and suspense, the championship game was a battle of two juggernauts in ‘Langley United’ and ‘CMF Broncos’, eight minutes into the match, ‘Langley United’ took the lead with a 1-0, roughly 20 minutes later, ‘Langley United’ would secure another goal, taking the game, and championship! 

The U15 Girls division podium was completed as follows:

  1. Langley United (Champions)
  2. Coquitlam Metro Ford – Broncos (Runners-Up)
  3. Kamloops YSA Blaze (Third Place)

Fair Play Award: Langley United

U16 Girls Recap

The U16 Girls' division concluded with thrilling matches and remarkable performances. ‘Soccer Quest FC’ claimed the championship title, showcasing their dedication to the ‘Beautiful Game’ throughout the tournament. 

The U16 Girls division podium was completed as follows:

  1. Soccer Quest FC (Champions)
  2. Tzeachten FC (Runners Up)
  3. Gorge Lakehill Smith (Third Place)

Fair Play Award: Tzeachten FC

U17 Girls Recap

The U17 Girls division concluded with ‘Coastal FC’ emerging as the champions, delivering exceptional performances, and demonstrating their teamwork and passion throughout the tournament. ‘Kamloops YSA’ secured the runners-up position, displaying their resilience and competitive spirit. ‘Vancouver United FC – Pumas’ claimed a well-deserving third place, showcasing their grit on the field.

The U17 Girls division podium was completed as follows:

  1. Coastal FC (Champions)
  2. Kamloops YSA (Runners Up)
  3. Vancouver United FC – Pumas (Third Place)

Fair Play Award: Vancouver United FC

U18 Girls Recap

In the U18 Girls division ‘Kelowna United’ emerged as the champions, securing the prestigious title. Their exceptional skill, teamwork, and determination propelled them to victory in a highly competitive tournament.

The U18 Girls division podium was completed as follows:

  1. Kelowna United (Champions)
  2. Saanich Fusion (Runners Up)
  3. Kamloops YSA Blaze (Third Place)

Fair Play Award: Kelowna United

Congratulations to all of the teams for outstanding performances in the BC Soccer Youth Provincial Championships.

The BC Soccer Association extends its gratitude to all the players, coaches, parents, supporters, and volunteers who have contributed to the success of the event. BC Soccer would also like to thank the Kamloops Youth Soccer Association and the City of Kamloops for generously hosting. Their unwavering support and passion for the sport have elevated the tournament to new heights, creating lasting memories for everyone involved. Next, BC Soccer will welcome all-male teams to the Boys ‘B’ Cup in Langley, BC from July 13th – 16th. For more information please click here.  

BC Soccer Association

Established in 1904, BC Soccer is the largest provincial sports organization (PSO) in BC and the third largest soccer-specific PSO in Canada with over 150,000 participants, consisting of registered players, coaches, referees, administrators and soccer leaders. As a professional not-for-profit society and a member of Canada Soccer, BC Soccer is committed to providing the widest opportunities for existing and potential participants, as well as provide support in the most effective and appropriate way for current players, parents, volunteers, member clubs, leagues, and districts.

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