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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 grassroots level or by those aspiring to 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.


Westcastle International Academy

Founded in 2019, Westcastle International Academy is a privately owned and operated soccer club with a Quality Service Provider Licence from the Canada Soccer Association. The main goal of WIA is to create the optimal training environment to foster development and help shape talented young players into top football players.  WIA offers comprehensive, standards-based programming delivered by certified professional coaches from grassroots to high-performance. Programs include a Discovery Centre, CSA Skill Centre, Pre-Collegiate Program, Men’s HP Pathway and academic Residency Pathway.

www.westcastleinternationalacademy.com


Bays United FC

Beginning in the 1940’s, Bays United Football Club (BUFC) is a “Soccer for Life” club serving the Victoria neighborhoods of Oak Bay, Fairfield, James Bay, Rockland, Gonzales, Jubilee, and Fernwood. Our primary fields are Oak Bay High, UVic, Finlayson, GNS, and soon back on Vic High.

Our vision is to promote and grow the sport of soccer in our community, creating pathways and opportunities for players, coaches and volunteers at all ages. We have soccer experiences for players at all competition levels and for those learning the game as young as four through to life experts living the Soccer for Life experience.

www.baysunited.ca


Cowichan Valley Soccer Association

The CVSA provides a safe, welcoming, dynamic and inclusive experience for all youth and their families who want a quality soccer experience. The CVSA provides programming for children from U5/6-U 18 out of its clubhouse and various fields in the Cowichan Valley. Currently, it has teams in all LISA tiers and provides opportunities for technical improvement outside of regular league play.

The CVSA technical team focuses on player development in alignment with Canada Soccer’s player pathways. Through its growth, it remains firmly committed to its values of community and personal growth through the game of soccer.

www.cowichansoccer.com


Gorge Soccer Association

Gorge Soccer Association is the oldest youth/senior soccer club in Victoria. We have a tradition of excellence on the pitch providing soccer opportunities for players aged U4 to over 60s. We offer soccer programs throughout the year for all our members. Our home field is Hampton Park in Saanich. We also use other fields in Saanich along with fields in Esquimalt and Langford.

www.gorgesoccer.ca


Juan de Fuca Soccer Association

JDF soccer is based in the picturesque Westshore of Victoria. Our comprehensive programming caters to players of all ages (from U4 to Adult) and runs year-round. We strive to provide an inclusive and safe environment where every player is supported while developing their skills and love of the game. With first class facilities and professional coaching staff, we’re proud to offer an exceptional soccer experience.

www.jdfsoccer.ca


Lakehill Soccer Association

Founded in 1956, Lakehill Soccer is a non-profit, volunteer-directed community club in Victoria. We provide recreational and competitive soccer programs for players ages three and up. Based out of Braefoot Park, all youth programming is led by our dedicated Technical staff. We have a proven track record of promoting players from recreational soccer right up to the BC Soccer Premier League. Our priority is enabling players to reach their full potential. Learn Soccer, Play Soccer, Live Soccer!

www.lakehillsoccer.com


Peninsula Soccer Association

Since 1974 Peninsula Soccer has been fostering a love of soccer and developing players from across the Saanich Peninsula. Volunteer directed and run, the club runs regular Fall/Winter and Spring programs for youth and adults out of its North Saanich home field and clubhouse at Blue Heron Park with other locations in Central Saanich and Sidney also being used if needed.

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

Saanich Fusion Soccer (https://saanichfusionfc.ca/) has more than 1000 youth and senior players ages 4 to 70+ engaged in recreational and competitive soccer.  Our facilities include grass and artificial turf fields located at 4368 Tyndall Avenue and 5383 Lochside drive.  In addition to House, Mini, Euro and Youth club teams our senior men’s and women’s teams compete in LWISA, VISL and SVICSA leagues throughout the fall and winter.  Our Technical Director Brett Hyslop and his team oversee our youth training program during the regular season with additional academy training for U7-U16 players offered in the spring in partnership with World Cup Soccer. 

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 border except just before Glinz Lake Road the border heads due north to the Metchosin border. 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.sookesoccer.com

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