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The soccer league for 370 boys teams from Under 11 to Under 18 from Burnaby, Vancouver, the North Shore and Richmond, BC.
BC Soccer is the designated "Provincial Sport Organization" for the sport of soccer in BC and is a full member of the Canadian Soccer Association. As such, we are entrusted by the statutes of FIFA, the CSA's constitution, BC Soccer's constitution and the Provincial Government's Societies Act with the mandate of fostering, developing and promoting the game of soccer in British Columbia – it is important to note that no other organization has this mandate in British Columbia.
BC Soccer Central is strictly an information site and I am not affiliated with any club or League. All schedules and scores are sent by club scorekeepers and League schedulers for me to make web ready.
The Vancouver Whitecaps FC Club Model illustrates the Whitecaps' commitment to development through support and integration with regional clubs and community soccer programs; and provision of development pathways for elite players in partnership with provincial and national governing bodies. The club model is anchored in regional and community development partnerships, which lead to more specialized youth development programs, full-time player programs, and ultimately professional or national playing positions.
Mission Statement The Canadian Soccer Association, in partnership with its members, is dedicated to promoting the growth and development of soccer for all Canadians at all levels. That in this pursuit, The Canadian Soccer Association, in partnership with its members, is committed to providing leadership and good governance for our sport.
The BC Coastal Girls Soccer League (previously know as the 5Districts League for girls) provides league administration and scheduling for 500+ U12-U18 girls youth teams ranging in level from Red to Gold. BCCGSL operates with the 6 Coast Region Districts in British Columbia, Canada. Our standard league playing season is from the 2nd weekend in September to the end of February. Cup playoffs are played in the months of March and April.
Burnaby and North Shore soccer is pleased to introduce Mountain United Football Club. MUFC is the result of a union between our two soccer regions and will be a charter member of the newly minted BC Soccer Premier League (BCSPL).
Maps and Directions

The web site contains maps of fields throughout the Lower Mainland
South side of Marine Drive, west of Park Royal shopping centre, west of Milestones Restaurant, immediately east of the Ambleside tennis courts at 13th St. & Marine Drive, across Marine Drive from 11th St. Closest vehicle entrance is 13th St., immediately south of 13th St. & Marine Drive, at the Ambleside tennis courts. See field designations for the different fields (R = Rutledge).
At the Caulfeild Elementary School, on Keith Road, accessed from Exit 4 on the Upper Levels Highway and down Caulfeild Drive, or from Marine Drive by coming up Keith Road. About 15 minutes west of the Ambleside field complex in downtown West Vancouver via Marine Drive.
North side of Marine Drive, east of Cypress Park creek, store and service station, west of Department of Fisheries research center and Burkehill Rd. Vehicle access is via Morgan Crescent (one-way from Marine Drive to Burkehill Rd).
At the Eagle Harbour Primary School and Recreation Centre; north side of Marine Drive, west side of Westport Road. About 5 minutes east and south of Horseshoe Bay on Marine Drive; also accessible from Caufeild Plateau (Exit 4, Upper Levels Highway) via Westport Road.
Near 14th Street and Esquimalt, West Vancouver
West Van grass: Third St. and Mathers, WV. From Hwy1 Westbound, cross the Capilano River, take Taylor Way exit, turn immediately right on Hadden Dr., then immediate right to Mathers Ave. Turn right at 3rd Street. Park is past cemetery. From Hwy 1 Eastbound, take Taylor Way exit, go north above hwy, turn right and right again on Hadden Drive, continue down to Mathers Ave, turn left and then right on 3rd St.
At the Irwin Park Elementary School, which is in Dundarave, north of Marine Drive, between 24th St and 25 St, and Heywood Ave and Kings Ave; field is accessed from Kings Ave. About 8 minutes west of the Ambleside field complex in downtown West Vancouver via Marine Drive.
East of the Capilano River, west of Capilano Road, and north of Marine Drive (immediately behind Earl's Restaurant). Accessed by driving east on Marine Drive past the Lions Gate Bridge on/off ramp, north on Capilano Road one block, and east on Curling Road; turn right at the first (only) stop sign on Curling Road to field parking area.
At the Pauline Johnson Elementary School, north of Marine Drive, on 22th St at Inglewood Ave.
North side of Kings Ave, west of 12th St., at Ridgeview Elementary School (Btwn Mathers Ave & Kings Ave, 12th & 13th St). Access from Upper Levels Highway: south on 15th St. exit, east on Kings Ave; access from Marine Drive: north on 13th St, east on Kings Ave. Small parking area at 12th St & Kings Ave.
At the RockRidge High School, across the street from the Caulfeild Plateau mall, accessed from Exit 4 on the Upper Levels Highway, or from Marine Drive by coming up Keith Road, Willow Creek Road and Caulfeild Drive.
At the West Bay Elementary School, on Thompson Place, accessed from Exit 7 (Westmount) on the Upper Levels Highway and east on Westmount, or from Marine Drive by coming up 31st St.
Just west of Taylor Way and north of the Upper Levels.

An on-line reference source that offers insight into successful coaching, player development, tactics and player profiles. Coaches, referee's and players from various levels share information and their experience through articles found in coaching tips and things.
Decatur Sports. Thousands of soccer exercises and articles.
Glenn Cameron's Soccer Tip Of The Day
The web site displays a number of original articles we have developed to assist youth sports coaches in their relationships with young players as well as parents.

We conduct seminars for youth coaches and clubs, with a focus on how better communications approaches can build character and confidence in youth athletes. The feedback we have received has been tremendously positive.

Mark Watson - Once a Spuraway, always a Spuraway.
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  • Ex WVSC player chases his soccer dream to the NASL (Michael Nonni)
  • WNT player Erin McLeod teaches our U11's how to Get into the Zone
  • Ben Weiss and Robin Mawson return to WVSC as Coaches
  • What is Metro Soccer League, MSL?
  • CSA's Player Pathway
  • All on a weekend throughout West Van
  • Margaret Hadley and Nicola Mawson Go from WVSC to the Whitecaps Girls Elite Program
  • Men's U21 Scholarship Recipients
  • Building Capital Funds Important to the Future of WVSC
  • 2014-2018 WVSC Strategic Plan Overview
  • Adam Aziz Takes Soccer and to Uganda and Vancouver Inner-City Schools
  • Fall Registration is Open
  • Thank you to WVSC's Newest Team Members
  • WVSC Celebrates Annual Club Day and Hosts Active Start Soccer Fest
  • Coach Adam Aziz is on His Way to Uganda to Share the Game of Soccer
  • Meet WVSC's Technical Team
  • WVSC Annual Remembrance Day Classic
  • GU15 Spuraways Beat Cobras and Capture Provincial B Cup
  • Special Saturday 4:00-6:00 PM Sessions
  • Erin McLeod and Melissa Tancredi Leave Their Print on WVSC Players
  • Wes Knight ProD Day this Friday, Jan. 18
  • WVSC Annual Kinsley Woo Classic
  • WVSC Supports the Development and Promoting of Players
  • Information on WVSC Players Playing for BCSPL and MSL
  • WVSC Celebrates its 100th Birthday and Club Day: Page 1
  • $83,000 Gaming Grant Awarded to WVSC: Page 3
  • New CSA Courses Taught at Ambleside: Page 3
  • What is LTPD and Why Parents Should Know What it is: Page 5
  • Membership Survey Shared: Page 8
  • A Gentleman to the End: Page 2
  • Where Registration Money Goes: Page 3
  • Eating for Peak Performance: Page 4
  • BU17 Spuraways Provincial Bound:Page 6
  • GU16 Rangers Capture A Cup: Page 7
  • D and E to be Resurfaced: Page 8
  • Olympians to Coach in WV: Page 9
  • Club Camp Offerings: Page 10 and 11
WVSC Sidelines Newsletter: Spring Edition
  • Page 1: National Team Players Tancredi and McLeod work with WVSC's Future Stars
  • Page 3: WVFC Senior Masters Premier Team Has a History of Success
  • Page 5: WVFC Earns 3 Cup Titles
  • Page 6: WVSC Pays Tribute to Our Graduating Teams
  • Page 13: News in Brief
  • Page 14: Street Soccer and Mini Jamboree Invade Hugo Ray Field
Inside our December edition, you will find news and features on:
  • Raffle draw results
  • Street Soccer coach Adam Cotterill and how he keeps his players engaged
  • Tech Staff Assesses U10-U17 Players
  • December coaches soccer game and Toy/Food Drive
  • MWSL West Van Allstars
  • World Cup Powerchair Football and its tie to WVSC
  • WVSC Rangers and how they are competing in the new MSL