Recently posted by Lakehill Soccer Association a request for technical services, click below to find out more information.
Trying to find the District Cup schedule or Island Invitational schedule go to the Competitions Page:
Vancouver Island Wave 2003 Born evaluations
Parent Information Night was held on February 5th and assessments in early February.
We want to thank the high number of quality players that attended the assessments, below are the Vancouver Island Wave 2003 Intake Teams for next season.
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For more information on the Vancouver Island please contact:
Andrew Latham - email@example.com - 250 888 5712
FC Barcelona 2015 Summer Camp in Victoria, B.C.
Victoria, B.C., November 29, 2014 – FC Barcelona will be flying coaches from the FCB Escola (FC Barcelona Youth Academy) to Victoria, B.C. for a coaching clinic and a summer youth camp for boys and girls between 6 and 17 years old.
The inaugural FC Barcelona programs will be held at the Pacific Institute for Sport Excellence (PISE) from July 12th through July 17th, 2015. Certified FC Barcelona coaches will teach FC Barcelona methodologies and strategy to 50 local coaches. The coaching clinic will take place on Sunday July 12th from 10:00 a.m. until 03:00 p.m.
During the one-week youth camp, local athletes will be exposed to the same training that is exclusively taught at the FC Barcelona Academy in Barcelona, Spain. Each training session is limited to 72 athletes and they will be given a training ratio of 10-12 players per coach. There will be three training sessions each day and players will be grouped by age, gender and skill level. There will also be specific sessions for goalkeepers.
After the Victoria camp is completed, the top two players who also best exemplify FC Barcelona’s values (respect, tolerance, fair play and effort) will be awarded with one week of training at the FCB Escola in Barcelona.
Click here for full details
Registration Link: http://fcbcanada.com/summer-soccer-camps-in-victoria/
UNITED FOOTBALL – FOOTBALLER OF THE WEEK
Bringing together an island.
Name: Sara Abelenda
Club: Vancouver Island Wave
Sara Abelenda plays for the 2000 born or U15 Vancouver Island Wave soccer team. She has been a member of the team since being promoted from Gorge Soccer Association when she was 12 years old. She started playing soccer when she was only four years old and had the privilege of being coached by her dad Paul.
Sara is in grade 9 at the Reynold’s Soccer Academy and is enrolled in the Flexible Studies Program which requires students to volunteer at community organizations. The Lower Island Soccer office was lucky to get Sara where she helped us with many tasks including the District Cup Program, counting medals, updating social media and working on our electronic newsletter, all during her Spring Break.
In addition to being a great soccer player and an upcoming soccer administrator, she also referees. She likes refereeing because of the nice people at Gorge who have ensured she is protected by the zero tolerance policy. Sara was recently selected to be an official in the 2nd Annual LISA Cup competition.
Ronaldo is her favourite soccer player and Real Madrid is her favourite soccer team.
We wish Sara the best of luck in all of her future endeavors!
Congratulations on being this week’s Footballers of the Week!
To nominate a player or administrator please contact your respective organization.
Head Coach Andrew Latham has recently updated his blog:
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.
- Canada Soccer LTPD – http://www.canadasoccer.com/canada-soccer-pathway-p156416 \
- BC Soccer LTPD – http://www.bcsoccer.net/long-term-player-development
New to soccer and want to sign up?
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 scroll to the bottom and click the “boundary map”, once finding your boundary club come back to the LISA home page and click on the link taking you to your boundary club. Registration is completed on each club’s own site through an online registration system. Don’t delay, it is filling up and games are starting.
LISA has created a 2012-2013 Discipline Summary infographic. Click here to check it out! (It may not render well on certain devices, such as iPads.)
Upcoming coaching courses – see coaches association page.
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.
Looking to register for soccer? In Victoria soccer season starts in September and registration fills up quickly. Go to your home club to find out about assessment, registration dates and costs.
Not sure who your home club is? There are a couple ways to find out. Find your address on our online boundary map. Or, Click Here for a list of street names linked to clubs. Please note we update this latter option regularly but there will be the occasional time that your street is not listed. Please call the soccer office if you cannot find where you should go 250-382-7489
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
Sanctioned Events and Tournaments
Affiliated teams of LISA are respectfully reminded that they can only participate in sanctioned BC Soccer tournaments. For a list of sanctioned tournaments (Click here)
New Kidsport application form. (Click here for application form)
ZERO TOLERANCE – SPECTATOR AND TEAM CONDUCT!!
A message from the Lower Island Soccer Association’s President
R. Tim Satterford