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2024 Premier Cup crowns new champions and BC Representatives to PDP Nationals

A Showcase of Talent: Premier Cup

Following a competitive regular season, the Premier Cup determined which teams would vie for the championship in the U-14 to U-18 Boys and Girls Divisions. A total of ten matches unfolded on match day, with five matches in each division. This year, nine different BCSPL clubs have earned their place in the Finals, a testament to the league's diversity and competitiveness. 

It was tremendous to see the level of competition throughout the Provincial Premier Cup Finals which was a testament to the commitment of all teams and clubs during the season to get them to the Finals. The atmosphere created by spectators and clubs filling the stands and sidelines helped enhance the playing environment for all! Over 150 players, 40 coaches/staff, and 35 match officials participated in the Premier Cup Finals first-hand, another important component of player, referee and staff development. Congratulations to all teams, clubs and match officials for reaching the Premier Cup Finals, and thank you to everyone for contributing to making the competition as successful as possible. - Sian Bagshawe, BCSPL General Manager. 

2024 Finals & Stats

U14 Girls

Coastal FC vs. Surrey United 

  • Surrey United won 1-0. 
  • Goal: Amber Chattha 43' 

U14 Boys

Coastal FC vs. Surrey United 

  • Coastal FC won 4-0. 
  • Goals: Tejasveer Deol 14', Edward Pritchard 22', Noah Owusu-Ansah 76', Lucas Close 80' 

U15 Girls

Coastal FC vs. North Vancouver FC 

  • Full-time score: 1-1 
  • Goals: Kailey Curtin 13' (North Vancouver), Morgan Cavezza 77' (Coastal FC) 
  • Coastal FC won 5-3 in penalty kicks 

U15 Boys

Surrey FC vs. Surrey United 

  • Full-time score: 2-2 
  • Goals: Jon Rodriguez 10', Ji Lucas 57' (Surrey FC), Massimo Ranallo 39', 49' (Surrey United) 
  • Surrey United won 4-3 in penalty kicks 

U16 Girls

Coquitlam Metro Ford vs. Burnaby FC 

  • Coquitlam Metro Ford won 1-0 
  • Goal: Lacey Kindel 46' 

U16 Boys

Burnaby FC vs. Van Isle Wave 

  • Van Isle Wave won 1-0. 
  • Goal: Joseph Mackenzie-Elrick 14' 

U17 Girls

Langley United vs. Coquitlam Metro Ford 

  • Langley United won 3-0. 
  • Goals: Hannah Lorenz 15', Quinn Johnson 18', Jade Mitchell 57' 

U17 Boys

Fusion FC vs. Burnaby FC 

  • Fusion FC won 4-0. 
  • Goals: Lucas Campedelli 12', 14', Josh Jordan 45'+2', 67' 

U18 Girls

Fusion FC vs. Van Isle Wave 

  • Fusion FC won 3-1. 
  • Goals: Sienna Gibson 16', Sophia Abiera 48', Dariella Lopez 70' (Fusion FC) 
  • Goal: Lucy Haigh 9' (Van Isle Wave) 

U18 Boys

Burnaby FC vs. Van Isle Wave 

  • Burnaby FC won 5-0. 
  • Goals: Rio Yassin 10', Caden Ruby 25', Joey Buchanan 35', Kohen Mennie 87' (OG), Marcus D'Andrea 90'+4' 

Pathway to National Competition: PDP National Championships

The stakes were even higher this year as the Provincial Premier Cup also determined the seeding for British Columbia’s representatives in the U-15 and U-17 Boys and Girls Divisions at the inaugural Player-Development Program (PDP) National Championships.  

Set to take place in Edmonton, Alberta, from August 14th to 18th, 2024, this competition will feature top talent from across the country. The PDP Championship will include match analysis, player identification, and scouting opportunities through the Canada Soccer EXCEL program. 

For more information on the PDP National Championships, please click here. 

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