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April 27, 2023

Adult Provincial Championships Kick-off Saturday

BC's top Men's and Women's Amatuer teams compete for silverware at Burnaby Lake West

After several exciting weekends of knock-out competition, the last standing participating teams are now preparing for 9 Championship finals over two days at Burnaby Lake West. To find the schedule and follow the results, use these links; the Men's matches are on Saturday followed by the Women's Finals on Sunday.  Here is the weekend's match schedule, with links to live YouTube coverage:

Sat. Apr 29 9:00am Men's Over 45 FC Romania vs Columbus   

Sat Apr 29 11:30am Men's Master's B Harps vs Prospect Lake

Sat Apr 29 2:00pm Men's Master's A Port Moody vs Inter EDC

Sat Apr 29 4:30pm Keith Millar B Cup Tzeachten FC vs. Binger's Army

Sat Apr 29 7:00pm Men's A Cup BB5 United vs Croatia SC

Sun Apr 30 9:00am Women's Master's B Cowichan vs Meralomas

Sun Apr 30 11:30am Women's Master's A Coastal FC vs Castaways

Sun Apr 30 2:00pm Leeta Sokalski B Cup Lakehill vs NSGSC

Sun Apr 30 4:30pm Women's A Cup Surrey United vs CMF Premier

Medal and trophy presentations will take place on the field following each final. 

Also for the first time this year, in the event of a draw after 90 minutes,  there will be no extra-time, with matches going directly to penalties.  These changes were implemented based on feedback from participant surveys following last year's Adult Championships. 


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