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2021 Tim Satterford Schedule and Results:

For more information about Cup Play, see Cup Play 101 page.

Previous Cup Results:

Tim Satterford Cup Final Results

LISA Cup 2019 Final Results

LISA Cup 2018 Final Results

LISA Cup 2017 Final Results

The 2021-22 Tim Satterford (LISA) Cup competition starts October 23rd

In recognition of his 21+ years as Lower Island Soccer Association President LISA is proud to host the 8th annual Tim Satterford Cup!

The 8th annual Tim Satterford Cup competition (formerly LISA Cup)  begins with the opening round the weekend of October 23/24. The LISA Cup is for U14 to U18 club teams playing in Tier 4 leagues within the Lower Island district. It is a different cup competition than the Lower Island District Cup or any other competition including league play which determines the league champion. The draw for the opening round is attached and will also be posted on the LISA website.

The Tim Satterford (LISA) Cup will be played in single-elimination format (winners advance; losers are eliminated; separate draws done for each round) throughout the Lower Island league season. The Tim Satterford (LISA) Cup is only for Tier 4 teams. Tier 3 teams are not eligible for the Tim Satterford (LISA) Cup. In addition, any team that enters the BCSA Provincial B Cup (or Provincial A Cup or Provincial Premier Cup) is also not eligible.

The 2021/22 Tim Satterford (LISA) Cup competition will be offered in the following age groups: Boys U14; Boys U15/16 combined; Boys U17/18 combined; Girls U14; Girls U15/16 combined; and Girls U17/18 combined.

Round 1 will kick off Saturday, October 23rd with the U15/16 Boys Divisions. Round 2 (the quarter-finals) is scheduled for the weekend of November 13/14 for all divisions. Round 3 (the semi-finals) is set for November 27/28; and Round 4 (the finals) for January 22/23.

All the finals will take place at PISE the weekend of January 22/23 (game day/time TBA). An awards ceremony and presentation of the Tim Satterford (LISA) Cup will follow each match.

If there are more than eight teams in your Tim Satterford (LISA) Cup competition then you will start play in the opening round, October 23/24. If your draw does not have more than eight teams entered then you start your Tim Satterford (LISA) Cup competition at the quarter-final stage, November 13/14.

Here are the start dates for all six Tim Satterford (LISA) Cup competitions:

Boys U14 – 8 Teams (start November 13/14)

Girls U14 – 6 Teams (start November 13/14)

Boys U15/16 – 16 Teams (start October 23/24)

Girls U15/16 – 8 Teams (start November 13/14)

Boys U17/18 – 7 Teams (start November 13/14)

Girls U17/18 – 7 Teams(start November 13/14)

Teams in the Tim Satterford (LISA) Cup will play their Round 1 LISA Cup match instead of the league game scheduled for that day. That means all league games listed for October 23 in the Boys U15/16 Division have been postponed in order for Round 1 of the LISA Cup to take place.

Those October 23 league games will be considered “outstanding” and can be made up by the teams involved “on their own time” (i.e. outside of their regular weekly game day and start time for which LISA schedules) as long as both teams agree. That is, one team can not book a field and “force” the other into playing. Please note, at some point this season, LISA might re-schedule some or all of those outstanding October 26/27 games.

Teams in all other divisions other than the U15/16 Tier 4 will continue with their league schedule for October 23/24 as they do not start their Tim Satterford (LISA) Cup competition until the second round (the quarter-finals).  The two U17 Tier 4 teams in the mixed U16/17 division will be scheduled to play each other on October 23rd/24th.


Where there is a Tim Satterford (LISA) Cup draw of more than eight teams the format for the opening round of the LISA Cup sees all teams drawn into action – except if there is an odd number.

If there is an odd number entered the “odd team out,” based upon the random draw, will receive an opening round bye. In other words, at most, there will only be one bye in the opening round. Additional byes might be necessary in the quarter-final round in order to reduce the number of teams advancing to the semi-finals to four. If a team received a bye in the opening round it will not be one of the teams receiving a bye in the quarter-finals.


If the score is tied at the end of regulation time NO extra time (i.e. overtime) will be played. At the end of regulation time if the score is tied then the result of the match will be determined by kicks from the penalty spot according to FIFA rules. 


  NO youth-to-youth permits are allowed for cup competitions, including the Tim Satterford (LISA) Cup.

If the host club can not supply a field to play the opening round match of the Tim Satterford (LISA) Cup as scheduled for October 23rd then the visiting team must contact their club to see if the visiting club can host the match. If the visiting club can host the opening round match as scheduled then the teams must play the match at the field supplied by the visiting club.

Any opening round match not played as scheduled on October 23rd becomes the responsibility of the two teams involved to make sure it is played prior to Round 2 (November13/14). However, if LISA decides to re-schedule an outstanding Tim Satterford (LISA) Cup match it will be played as re-scheduled by LISA. If an outstanding Tim Satterford (LISA) Cup match is not played in time for the next round then a coin toss conducted by LISA will determine which team advances to the next round.

All the opening round winners and any bye team will be re-entered into a random draw for Round 2 (the quarter-finals).

NOTE:  BOTH teams must report the score of their Tim Satterford (LISA) Cup match to their league score recorder (listed on the LISA website below your league schedule).

When reporting your score you must identify it as a Tim Satterford (LISA) Cup match. If the match was decided by penalty kicks please report the tied score at the end of regulation and which team won the FIFA penalty shootout.

If you know how many PKs each team took during the shootout and how many goals they scored with those PKs please include that data as well. Do not add the PK goals onto the goals scored during regulation; do not add an extra goal to the game score of the team that won the penalty shootout; the game score (which was a draw) and the result of the penalty shootout should be reported separately.

Best of luck to all teams competing in the Tim Satterford (LISA) Cup