2018 Provincial Premier Cup Results

Vancouver Island Wave host successful 2018 Provincial Premier Cup with three teams going on to represent British Columbia at the Canada Soccer Toyota National Championships

Vancouver BC, July 25, 2017 – The 2018 BC Soccer Provincial Premier Cup came to close on Sunday, June 24th as 12 BC Soccer Premier League teams were crowned Provincial Champions.  Vancouver Island Wave hosted the competition at Westhills Stadium and Goudy fields in Langford BC.

“Throughout the weekend there were some incredible matches and I want to congratulate all of the teams that competed,” said Kjeld Brodsgaard, BC Soccer President. “I also want to thank Vancouver Island Wave and all of the volunteers for their hard work which made for a wonderful weekend of soccer.”

Saturday June 23 saw the U13-U18 boys teams take to the field. In the U13 final Surrey United defeated Coastal FC 3-0 while in the U14 final, hosts Vancouver Island Wave defeated Mountain United 1-0. The U15 final saw Vancouver Island Wave defeat Surrey United 2-1 which means Vancouver Island Wave will represent BC at the Canada Soccer U-15 Cup  in October of this year. Fusion FC took the U16 final 3-1 over Mountain United and in the U17 final Surrey United defeated Coquitlam Metro-Ford 2-0 earning them a berth at the Canada Soccer U-17 Cup which is being held in Surrey October of this year. The U18 final was saw Coastal FC defeat Mountain United 6-1.

On Sunday June 24 the girls took to the field with Coquitlam Metro-Ford defeating Surrey United in the U13 final 4-0. The U14 final saw Surrey United defeat Coastal FC 2-0 while in the U15 final Mountain United earned a berth into the Canada Soccer U-15 Cup by defeating Coquitlam Metro-Ford 2-0. In the U16 final hosts VIA Wave took the win with a 2-0 victory over Surrey United.  The U17 final was a close match that saw Surrey United defeat Coastal FC 3-1.  BC Soccer was allocated an additional berth into the Canada Soccer U-17 Cup meaning that both Surrey United and Coastal FC will represent British Columbia at the Canada Soccer Toyota National Championships.  The final match of the day was an incredible match that ended with a 3-2 win for Surrey United over Mountain United.

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