May 29th, BC Soccer Memo Click here...
May 13th, 2020 both Canada Soccer and BC Soccer have released memos regarding their "Return to Play" plans to combat COVID-19. Canada Soccer: https://www.canadasoccer.com/canada-soccer-outlines-return-to-soccer-guidelines-as-part-of-safe-sport-roster-p162638-preview-1&language=en BC Soccer: https://www.bcsoccer.net/news/post/bc-soccer-provides-update-on-return-to-play-phase-1-plan-a-change-in-approval-process-and-impact-on-risk-insurance Click either of the links for more information... STAY SAFE!
Good Morning Members and Affiliate Clubs, "Although BC Soccer has been working with the Provincial Government through Sport BC and ViaSport on a “Return to Play” plan, the ability to successfully host tournaments involving large gatherings and participant travel, is significantly affected by the uncertainty of our continuing health situation. At this
Good Afternoon Members and Affiliated Clubs, BC Soccer is pleased to share that it will be continuing its scholarship program in 2020 and is now accepting applications! This year, BC Soccer is looking to hear applicants' soccer story in a video as a part of their application! For those graduating students interested
Footballers of the Week While we patiently await the day we can return to pitch the United Football Group (VISL, LIWSA, PFC, and LISA) have decided to recognize outstanding members from within our organizations who work in Health and Essential service sectors as a small token of our thanks. Lower Island Soccer
The community of Vancouver Island has a vast number of essential services employees, ranging from medical doctors, nurses, home caregivers, public transportation drivers, and commercial/retail employees, just to name a few. We want to honour and show our support for their service during this COVID-19 pandemic. Thank you to all
The LIWSA membership has a vast number of essential services employees, ranging from medical doctors, nurses, home caregivers, public transportation drivers, and commercial/retail employees, just to name a few. We encourage LIWSA teams to put forth names of any teammate that falls under this category so that we may honour
On Tuesday April 7th, the Lower Island Soccer Association Board and representatives from all 10 member clubs met remotely and passed a proposal to restrict heading from the U12 age groups down. Following the lead of multiple national governing bodies including the English, Scottish, and Northern Irish FA's, LISA's proposal