Thursday, 08 September 2016 13:24 | Last Updated on Wednesday, 21 September 2016 11:49
Pacific United Football Club is currently under suspension for all soccer related activities pending further judicial process.
UPDATE Sept 21:
The SMSA District has made a decision that all registered teams under PUFC will be temporarily transferred to the District and will play as District teams. The SMSA has appointed a Board member to contact all the teams by Thursday evening to set up a practice and game schedule. The SMSA is also working with the club to provide uniforms for the teams in time for their games this weekend. Please note the SMSA has requested the different leagues to lists teams as SMSA if you are checking the schedules. The District looks forward to having all the players back on the pitch as soon as possible.
Provincial Cup Dates 2016
Sunday, 17 January 2016 21:43
Hosting Provincial Cups in 2016
To beheld July 7‐10, your 2016 hosts are:
Youth Provincial A Cup: Burnaby District Youth Soccer Association
Location: Burnaby Lake West
Youth Girls Provincial B Cup: Pinnacles FC
Location: Kings Park and Pen High, Penticton
Les Sinnott Memorial Boys Provincial Cup: North Shore Youth Soccer Association
Location: Ambleside and Klahanie Parks, North and West Vancouver
BC Soccer launches Club Charter Program
Wednesday, 10 February 2016 17:43
BC Soccer is pleased to announce the launch of the Club Charter Program!
The free Club Charter Program is designed to assist and support members and their affiliated soccer clubs with the objective of providing players, parents, referees and coaches assurance that a charter club is operating and meeting set standards, while also creating a supportive environment for clubs across BC to improve its operation both on and off the field.
BC Soccer is currently setting up and conducting presentations to affiliated clubs across the province to provide more information about the Club Charter Program and answer any questions that they may have.
Following these presentations, there will be a period of time whereby clubs can declare if they’d like to join the Club Charter Program. Based on BC Soccer’s requirement to ensure those clubs that do opt in to this program are in good standing with their direct governing bodies (i.e. Youth District / Adult League), there will be some action required by Full Members, which will be manageable.
For more information about the launch of the program, please see the press release on BC Soccer’s website: https://bcsoccer.net/news/post/bc-soccer-launches-club-charter-program
Additionally, please visit BC Soccer’s Club Charter specific website at: https://clubcharter.bcsoccer.net/home