Strategic Plan Summary

2016-2019 Strategic Plan

BC Soccer’s aim is to support Canada Soccer in reaching their goals of national and international success for  performance athletes as we build a strong soccer nation.  While supporting Canada Soccer BC Soccer must also ensure, the BC Provincial Government’s (ViaSport) holistic and encompassing goals of inclusiveness and accessibility are taken into account, as well as ensuring the members and the affiliates across the province are equally supported. To be a successful PSO, BC Soccer cannot compromise one set of goals or objectives for another.

BC Soccer's 2016-2019 Strategic Plan, which was introduced in April 2016 and carries the Association through to March 2020, is built with the following pillars:

1. Support members
2. Grow the game
3. Accessibility and excellence in sport performance
4. Technical and operational leadership
5. Governance

To view the 2016-2019 BC Soccer Strategic Plan CLICK HERE

2012-2015 Strategic Plan

In 2012 BC Soccer announced the 2012-2015 Strategic Plan, and published the 52 specific quantitative objectives which the association set to achieve the plan. This Strategic Plan and its specific quantified objectives, had been a guiding light for the association over those 3 fiscal years, while providing the membership as BC Soccer holds itself accountable for “doing what we said we would do”.  As the plan progressed, 2 objectives were broken into 4 therefore bringing the total of Quantified Objectives to 54. Please see this link for the final 2012-2015 BC Soccer Strategic Plan Report.

About BC Soccer

BC Soccer is the provincial sport governing body with the mission to govern, promote and develop the game of soccer in British Columbia in a professional and progressive manner. Established in 1907, BC Soccer is the largest provincial sport organization (PSO) in BC and the third largest soccer specific PSO in Canada with over 150,000 participants.  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.

BC Soccer is comprised of more than 120,000 registered players, over 2,200 registered referees, and thousands of volunteer coaches, administrators and soccer leaders. Working with its 40 member Youth Districts and 11 Adult Leagues as well as their affiliate member clubs, BC Soccer operates under the guiding principles of Professional Leadership, Passionate Service and Progressive Collaboration. In managing its relationships throughout the larger soccer community, BC Soccer’s vision is to ensure every British Columbian has the opportunity to be involved in soccer as part of a lifelong commitment to active, health and involved lifestyle.