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BC Soccer seeks female participants for UBC led "Pathway Project".

Survey aims to examine the activities and motivations that inspire young women to participate in soccer.

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COVID 19 update Sharing Information during Uncertain Times

Information is being posted here for wider circulation, however the primary target audience is BC Soccer (full and associate) members and affiliated soccer clubs.


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COVID 19 Information and Reminders

Information is being posted here for wider circulation, however the primary target audience is BC Soccer (full and associate) members and affiliated soccer clubs.

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BC Soccer Operations and Logistics Update - March 19

As Canadian governments, communities and citizens continue to adapt to the rapidly changing situation caused by COVID-19, BC Soccer is continuing to work to provide information and updates to our members and affiliated soccer clubs.

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BC Soccer Operations and Logistics Update

We are all experiencing challenging times right now with much uncertainty. BC Soccer is here and committed to providing information and updates as more information becomes available.

The health and safety of the community is of the utmost importance. By working together as a collective community and following the direction from the appropriate health authorities, including the Public Health Agency of Canada and BC’s Ministry of Health, we can all help.

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Williams Lake youth soccer watchful of COVID-19 situation as spring season nears

Sunday, March 15, marked the final day to register for the outdoor season prior to late registration

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BC Soccer suspends sanctioned soccer activity regarding concerns over the spread of COVID-19

Over the last 24 hours there have been even more heightened concerns over the potential spread of COVID-19. Therefore, as of March 13, 2020, with this growing and unprecedented uncertainty surrounding this health pandemic, and in accordance with Canada Soccer’s direction, BC Soccer is directing all members and affiliated clubs to suspend all sanctioned soccer activities in the province until further notice.

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BC Soccer halts sanctioned soccer activity for events of 250 people or more while continuing to empower local organizations regarding COVID-19

***NOTE:  THIS IS NOT THE LATEST UPDATE, RELEASED MARCH 13th***

CLICK HERE to view BC Soccer's March 13, 2020 release.


As of March 12, 2020, with the growing and unprecedented uncertainty surrounding the COVID-19 health pandemic, and in accordance with the BC Health Minister Adrian Dix’s directive, BC Soccer is advising all members and affiliated clubs to not proceed with sanctioned soccer activity where there will be 250 or more people in attendance, including players, officials, team staff, parents, spectators, etc. and to limit all non-essential travel outside of Canada.

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Information and guidance regarding the concerns associated with COVID-19

***NOTE:  THIS IS NOT THE LATEST UPDATE, RELEASED MARCH 13th***

CLICK HERE to view BC Soccer's March 13, 2020 release.

 

Health and Safety
The health and safety for all participants in the soccer community in BC is of the utmost importance for BC Soccer and this is central to any decision-making process. In the first instance, all involved in our sport should take direction from the appropriate health authorities, including the Public Heath Agency of Canada and the Ministry of Health.

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BC Soccer introduces Soccer Hall of Fame and Heritage Archives Website

Following months of work in conjunction with a succesful Federal Grant application, the new Hall of Fame and Archives site is now live.  

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