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BC Soccer to host the 2024 Adult Provincial Championships Official Draw

About the Adult Provincial Championships

Since 1892, British Columbian adult amateur soccer teams have competed to be crowned provincial champions. The history of the Provincials Championships covers the story of the growth and development of the sport in the province over the last 130 years.

There are six (6) divisions of Adult Provincial Championships in the Province, with Champions of the A Cup divisions qualifying to compete at Canada Soccer’s National Club Championships.

  • Masters A (Men Over 35 / Women over 30)
  • Masters B (Men Over 35 / Women over 30
  • Adult Provincial A Cup (open age group)
  • Adult Provincial B Cup (open age group)
  • Over 45's/Over 40's

For more information on the history of the Adult Provincial Championships, please click here.

Honoring Kjeld Brodsgaard

BC Soccer and the soccer community will honour Brodsgaard's memory, his family has requested donations to KidSport, an organization dedicated to removing financial barriers for young athletes. Until the end of April, BC Soccer will be supporting a campaign to raise funds to support KidSport, an organization close to Kjeld's heart. As part of the campaign, the 2024 BC Soccer Adult Provincial Championships will be played “in Memory of Kjeld”.

For more information and how to donate, 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.

Safe Sport Statement

BC Soccer believes that everyone involved in soccer has the right to participate in safe and inclusive environments free of abuse, harassment, discrimination, and to enjoy the sport at whatever level or capacity they participate in. The welfare of everyone involved in soccer is the foremost consideration and in particular, the protection of children in the sport is the responsibility of everyone involved.