The BC Provincial Premier Cup Concluded With Six Teams Qualifying For The National Club Championships

Mountain United FC, Coastal FC, Fusion FC, and three Surrey United teams will represent BC in the Canadian Soccer Association’s National Club Championships

Vancouver BC, June 28, 2015 – 20 Teams took to the field this past weekend as the BC Soccer Provincial Premier Cup concluded at Burnaby Lake West. Mountain United FC was host to the one day event and with the incredible weather it turned out to be a memorable day of soccer.  Six teams from four separate clubs earned berths into the Canadian Soccer Association Sport Chek National Club Championships and ten teams took home provincial championship trophies.

The boys and girls both took to the field on Sunday with matches beginning at 9:30am.  The winning team, in both boys and girls competitions, from the U14, U16, and U18 Division will represent BC at the National Club Championships. Taking place from October 7-12th, St John’s Newfoundland will host the U14 age group, Surrey, B.C. hosts the U16’s and Charlottetown, PEI will welcome the U18’s.

“The level of play was unbelievable from all the teams that competed” said Don Dancey, BC Soccer Chair Youth Competitions Committee. “Mountain United did a wonderful job hosting the event and I want to wish good luck to all of the teams who will be representing BC at the National Club Championships.”

British Columbia’s top youth teams reside in the EA Sports Premier League and this weekend was no exception to the top quality soccer these teams play on a weekly basis. The final results from the BC Soccer Provincial Premier Cup are below:


U13 Mountain United FC 4-2 Fraser Valley Premier

U14 Surrey United 1-0 Coquitlam Metro-Ford SC

U15 Coquitlam Metro-Ford FC 4-3 Mountain United FC

U16 Surrey United 2-0 Coquitlam Metro-Ford SC

U18 Surrey United (U18) 2-1 Surrey United (U17)


U13 Coastal FC 3-1 Surrey United SC

U14 Fusion FC 3-0 Coastal FC

U15 Fusion FC 2-1 Fraser Valley Premier

U16 Coastal FC 3-0 Mountain United FC

U18 Surrey United 1-3 Mountain United FC

To see all of the matches leading up to and including the finals please CLICK HERE

“The competition and level of play at the BC Soccer Premier Provincial Cup was second to none and there were some incredibly close matches,” said Ab Bryant, Mountain United FC. “I want to thank all of the volunteers who did an absolutely amazing job which allowed us to host and watch these elite championships.”

For more information on youth provincial cups and the EA SPORTS BC Soccer Premier League please visit


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