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Soccer is the most popular sport in the world being played in over 200 countries by more than 242,000,000 registered players. Within the Lower Island well over 17,000 girls, boys, men and women play in a variety of soccer leagues. Whether played at the grass roots level or by those aspiring to a world-class status, soccer has something for everyone.  The Lower Island Soccer Association (LISA) administers youth programs (players aged 18 and under) on behalf of the 11 Club Associations within the Lower Island.

To assist people in knowing which Club they should register with here is a description of the boundaries for the 11 Clubs that comprise the Lower Island Soccer Association District. Players are encourage to play within their own Club boundaries as each Club is only allowed to carry 3 players per team from out of “district”. When a road forms part of a boundary, the exact boundary shall be deemed to be down the centre of the road. For more details regarding Club boundaries please see the Constitution and Bylaws Article 13.LISA engages in strategic planning to identify our Vision, Mission and Values as well as setting Goals and Objectives that will serve to advance soccer for all participants.  The vision, mission and values can be seen beneath the club boundaries. An online map of LISA’s club boundaries.

Bays United FC

Bounded by the waterfront on the south and east and by continuous line connecting Gordon Head Road, Cedar Hill X Road, Cedar Hill Road, Kiwanis Way, Cook Street, Hillside Avenue, Douglas Street and Belleville Street on the north and west.
www.baysunited.ca

Cowichan Valley Soccer Association

Bounded on the north by the Chemainus River, on the east and west by the waterfront (including those areas to the west such as Cowichan and Youbou) and on the south to the summit of the Malahat with the “look-out” being the cutoff.
www.cowichansoccer.com

Gorge Soccer Association

Bounded on the south and west by the waterfront and by Belleville Street, and on the north and east by a continuous line connecting Island Highway at the point it crosses the Parsons Bridge, to Burnside Road West, Charlton Road, Granville Road, Burnside Road West, Grange Road, Violet Avenue, McKenzie Avenue, Carey Road, Ralph Street, Douglas Street to the south boundary on Belleville Street.
www.gorgesoccer.ca

Juan de Fuca Soccer Association

Bounded on the south by the waterfront, on the east by a continuous line that connects the Old Island Hwy, Trans Canada Hwy, Burnside Road, Prospect Lake Road, to Prospect Lake and then a line extending west over to the Highland District boundary extended north to the Central Saanich boundary and Todd Inlet. Bounded on the north by the line crossing Tod Inlet to the summit of the Malahat with the “look-out” being the cutoff. On the north side of Sooke Road follow the Metchosin border except just before Glinz Lake Road the border heads due north to the Metchosin boarder. On the south side of Sooke Road follow the Metchosin border to the Becher Bay First Nations land, then follow the Becher Bay First Nations border to the Strait of Juan de Fuca, with the First Nations land being in Juan de Fuca territory. Sooke will have the area to the West and Juan de Fuca the area to the East.
www.jdfsoccer.ca

Lakehill Soccer Association

Bounded by a continuous line starting at the Patricia Bay Highway and east on Royal Oak Avenue, Royal Oak Drive, Blenkinsop Road, Mount Douglas X Road, Cedar Hill Road, Kiwanis Way, Cook Street, Hillside Ave, Douglas Street and continuing through the Town and Country Parking Lot and onto the Patricia Bay Highway.
www.lakehillsoccer.com

Peninsula Soccer Association

Bounded on the west, north and east by the waterfront and on the south by the municipal boundary between Central Saanich and Saanich (extending from Todd Inlet to Bear Hill and Dooley Roads to the Sidney Channel).
www.peninsulasoccer.ca

Prospect Lake Soccer Club

Bounded on the north by the municipal boundary between Central Saanich and Saanich, extending from Todd Inlet to the Patricia Bay Highway, on the east by the Patricia Bay Highway and on the south and west by a continuous line joining Ralph Street (at the Pat Bay Highway) to Carey Road, McKenzie Avenue, Violet Avenue, Grange Road, Burnside Road West, Granville Road, Charlton Road, Prospect Lake Road to a point immediately south of Meadowbrooke Road on a line extended to the boundary between Saanich and the Highlands and north to Todd Inlet.
www.plsc.org 

Saanich Fusion FC

Formerly Gordon Head and Cordova Bay Soccer Clubs- Bounded on the north by boundary between Central Saanich and Saanich along Dooley Road and extensions thereof, on the east by the waterfront, on the south and by a continuous line connecting Gordon Head Road, Cedar Hill X Road, Cedar Hill Road, Mount Douglas Cross Road, Blenkinsop Road, Royal Oak Drive, Royal Oak Avenue as it connects with the Patricia Bay Highway, and on the west along the Patricia Bay Highway to the boundary between Central Saanich and Saanich.
www.saanichfusionfc.ca

Salt Spring Island Youth Soccer Association

Includes Salt Spring Island, the Outer Gulf Islands and Thetis Island.
www.saltspringsoccer.com

Sooke Soccer Club

Bounded on the south and west by the waterfront. On the north side of Sooke Road follow the Metchosin boarder except just before Glinz Lake Road the border heads due north to the Metchosin boarder. On the south side of Sooke Road follow the Metchosin boarder to the Becher Bay First Nations land, then follow the Becher Bay First Nations border to the Strait of Juan de Fuca, with the First Nations land being in Juan de Fuca territory. Sooke will have the area to the West and Juan de Fuca the area to the East.
www.sookesoccer.com

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