Welcome to the Lower Island Soccer Association. The Lower Island Soccer Association (LISA), is the umbrella organization that provides administrative services to ten youth soccer clubs whose territories extend from Duncan and the Cowichan Valley in the north, to the Western Communities and Sooke in the west, Salt Spring Island and the outer Gulf Islands and Thetis Island in the East.  The Lower Island Soccer Association also administers the elite teams competing in inter-district competition against the province’s other top soccer teams.

Tuesday to Friday
10am – 3:30pm

Contact Us:                                                         

101-1246 Esquimalt Road, Victoria, BC V9A 3N8
Tel: 250-382-7489        Tel 2: 250-382-7089       Fax: 250-382-7480

Important News

August 15th, 2016


Welcome to Lower Island Soccer Association!

New to soccer? Check out our boundary map to determine which club you will be playing for: Boundary Map

Within the LISA District there are out-of-boundary rules so it is recommended you play where you live since there are rules restricting the number of out-of-boundary players per team. To find your boundary club click the above ‘Boundary Map’ link.  Registration is completed on each club’s own site through an online registration system.  Don’t delay!

Please visit your club’s website for more information:

Bays United Football Club www.baysunited.ca
Cowichan Valley Soccer Assn. www.cowichansoccer.com 
Gorge Soccer Assn. www.gorgesoccer.ca 
Juan de Fuca Soccer Assn. www.jdfsoccer.ca
Lakehill Soccer Assn. www.lakehillsoccer.com
Peninsula Soccer Club www.peninsulasoccer.ca/index.php
Prospect Lake Soccer Club www.plsc.org 
Salt Spring United Soccer Assn.www.saltspringsoccer.com/index.php 
Saanich Fusion FC  www.saanichfusionfc.ca/
Sooke Soccer Club www.sookesoccer.com

Help Support Sooke Soccer Club get a Turf Field!! www.sooketurffield.com


Congratulations to LISA Scholarship Winners

Matthew Miller, Sooke
Brea Christie, VI Wave and Juan de Fuca
Kaitlyn Chojnacki, VI Wave and Lakehill
Emma Knock, Cowichan
* A letter or email will come to you shortly explaining how you can claim your scholarship.  Thank you to all applicants.


Wave 2005 Intake Teams are below! Thank you to everyone who took part in the assessment process.


Marek Achadinha
Owen Cockayne
Owen Degelman
Mats Dorsam
Ibrahim Ezletni
Liam Forbes
Adam Gillberg
Tomas Godoy
Koss Nystedt
Max Palmer
Jacob Riddell-Matte
Basil Scott
Callum Shillington
Christian Silva
Kai Ward
Gabe Webb


1.  Rory Rothnie
2.  Faris Ferguson
3.  Ava Larsson
4.  Sophie Mallory
5.  Ashlyn Pakos
6.  Clara Middleton
7.  Jensa Napier-Ganley
8.  Anais Brulot-Sawchyn
9.  Cade Smith
10 . Mira Vance
11. Ruby Broadbent
12. Jada Kammermen
13  Chloe Thompson
14  Tayte Dowling
15   Mila Nakonechny
16.  Sophie Cooper

LISA Start Dates for 2017/2018 coming soon
Notice: VIPL Changes for 2017-18 Season

The Vancouver Island Premier League (VIPL) provides Tier 2 soccer for our youth soccer players, between the BCSPL and Club-based gold play.

A new process for forming Lower Island VIPL Team has been approved by the Clubs.

Click here to read more.
See VIPL page for assessment information.

Bringing together an island


This is a joint project between the VISL, the LIWSA (women’s league) and LISA (youth league) to recognize individuals in the soccer community.

Footballers of the Week


Executive of the Year – AL Moir

Al is not only involved in the development of BC’s referees but is also Lakehill Soccer Association’s Head Referee and Field Coordinator.  He is a friend to all! Now what would we do without Al?  As Lakehill President Jeremy Mannall-Fretwell says, “I live in fear of the day Al says he is going to retire! Words cannot do justice to how much effort he puts into refereeing, teaching, mentoring, and assessing. Our referee program is strong, vibrant and growing and it is all because of Al. His contribution to Lakehill and to Lower Island Soccer is immeasurable!”

 President’s Award – Derrek Trimmer (John Bentley accepting)

Derek Trimmer from Bays United FC was awarded the President’s Award to great applause for his vision, volunteerism and ability to keep others on track with regards to the VIPL committee(s) from the 2016/2017 season. The VIPL provides Tier 2 soccer for youth soccer players, between the BCSPL and club-based gold play.  Derek put in countless hours, where he specialized in policy, to ensure changes that will be phased in over several years begin next season with the new regional model of VIPL for players born in 2004.  The LISA board, LISA staff and all of the LISA presidents are aware that the new model would not have been possible without Derek and wanted to recognize him for his efforts.

 Referee of the Year – Sara Abelenda

Sara is a district level referee and was awarded Gorge Soccer Association’s Female Referee of the Year last season.  Gorge Referee Coordinator Callum Greig tells us she’s a very strong student of the game constantly pushing her own limits.  At LISA we have had the pleasure to watch Sara referee on numerous occasions and she has the confidence that all parents wish for their daughters to possess and all Executive Directors want for their tournaments.  Sara Abelenda will go far in life and will look forward to keeping her in the middle of the soccer field during her journey.

 Coach of the Year – Tracy Cornforth

When a child gets involved in a sport it is often found that a parent coach doesn’t come far behind. Tracy Cornforth’s story is not a lot different, yet when other parents decide not to continue coaching when their kids after they are 7 or 8, Tracy kept going. Her two girls are now U12 and U14 and she puts as much work and energy into one team as she does the other. She works dawn to dusk working on the successful development of her teams. She is a kind, generous and organized individual who no one ever has a bad thing to say about. She’s on time for games and is always prepared, her teams respect her and listen to her and the success of her U14 Silver team on the LISA Cup shows just that.  But what shows it more is the smiles the players wear and their desire to show up to each practice and game.  Thank you Tracy, for all that you do for the sport of Soccer in Victoria.

 Congratulations on being this week’s Footballers of the Week.

To nominate a player, team or administrator please contact your respective organization.


As a part of BC Soccer’s ongoing commitment to lead the implementation of Canada Soccer’s Long Term Player Development (LTPD) model, BC Soccer has asked LISA to re-distribute CSA’s and BC Soccer’s LTPD related content, at the links below.


If you are unable to play your scheduled game due to a field closure, please advise your score recorder and attempt to reschedule the game.


Kidsport Online application form (preferred method ) http://www.formstack.com/forms/?1086802-KpGxZmv0e2

Kidsport application form. 2016_KS Victoria application



A message from the Lower Island Soccer Association’s President R. Tim Satterford (Click here)



BC Soccer Youth Abuse Notice to Coaches:

 BC Soccer Notice to Coaches