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.

LISA Office Hours  
Monday to Friday
10am – 5:00pm

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


LISA Cup starts Oct 15/16 for many divisions
LISA Cup Notice
LISA Cup Round One Schedule 

LISA Start Dates for 2016/2017

VIPL - Sept 10 and 11th
DRAFT For Website Play Dates VIPL 2016 2017
Gold – Sept 10th and 11th
Silver - Sept 17th and 18th
Bronze – Sept 17th and 18th
Super 8 (U11/U12) – Sept 17th and 18th
LISA Interlock Mini’s (U10s) – Sept 24th and 25th

To add your club’s needs here just email Karen HD (executivedirector@lowerislandsoccer.com)
Saanich Fusion is looking for girls at u15 silver and has room for 2 transfers, contact Steph Steiner – steph@worldcupsoccercamp.com

Juan De Fuca is looking for U12 Girls to help boost their division.  Contact Kevin at:  jdfyouthrep@gmail.com


Bringing together an island


Women’s: www.liwsa.com    Youth: www.lowerislandsoccer.com     Men’s: www.visl.org
This is a joint project between the VISL (men’s league), the LIWSA (women’s league) and LISA to recognize individuals in the soccer community.

Footballer of the Week


Lakehill/Gorge U15 girls silver AND Bays U15 girls silver

Coached by Kevin Slagboom (LK/G) and Domingo Martinez (Bays)


This week’s original Footballers of the Week were rained out as field conditions and concern for our youngest player’s enjoyment saw the 186 team U8-U10 MiniFestival get cancelled for all of Saturday.  But not to worry there were still games played this weekend and Footballers of the Week were found on Oak Bay High turf on Saturday afternoon.

Parking was a breeze as the majority of fans waited until kick-off to arrive with their wet weather gear and warm drinks.  The players and coaches were positively delightful and seemed completely unaware of the approaching storm.  I believe both teams said storm, what storm? We’ve got a LISA Cup Game to play!

The weather was a mix of everything from wind, rain and even a small amount of sunshine.  When the wind did pick up it was blowing directly into the west end goal.  While the corner flags could not stand up to the wind the girls played tall and did not disappoint the fans.

Anticipating a Bays attack aided by the wind,  Lakehill in the downwind side in the first half setup a 4-4-2 defensive shell to help keep the ball out of their net. Predictably, the majority of the play was in the downwind side of the field as Lakehill players struggled to move the ball against the wind.

At the 35 minute mark in the first half Bays opened the scoring by winning a scramble in front of the goal area, knocking the ball off the post before being slotted into the net.

In the second half, Lakehill changed their formation and went on the attack.   Bays now were forced to defend the windy end and Lakehill pressured Bays in their end for the first 20 minutes.   Bays rallied and managed to find players up field and move the play into striking distance of the Lakehill goal.  Bays scored a second with a cross that was a well finished ball into the back of the net.    Finally, with another attack, a Bays midfielder outside the 18yrd box and against the wind struck a long ball that sailed into the back corner of the net.    Lakehill rallied and had some opportunities including some great corner kicks however could not find the back of the net.

A big thanks to the coaches who suggested the joint picture; the parents for supporting their kids; and the weather for not being so bad that the game couldn’t be played!  The Bays 3-0 win moves them into the quarter finals of the LISA Cup.

Well played both teams.  Three cheers for fall soccer!!!

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.


New Kidsport application form. 2016_KS Victoria application



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