News & Events
posted on Feb 25, 2015
The Tournament is taking place February 28th and March 1st at Town Centre Park in Coquitlam.
  • U8-U12 Girls & Boys (House level)
  • U8 and U9 Girls & Boys Development
  • All matches will be hosted at Coquitlam’s Town Centre Park
  • Each team will play 3 matches
  • All matches will be 2 halves of 25 minutes each
  • Registration fee is $300.00 for non-CMFSC teams and includes a Dry Fit shirt for every player
  • Entry deadline is February 13, 2015
click here for more details
posted on Feb 17, 2015
Former CMFSC player, Kadin Chung, has been selected to the Under 17 National team for the 2015 CONCACAF U-17 Championship.  More information can be found at the following link.
http://www.whitecapsfc.com/news/2015/02/six-wfc-residency-players-called-2015-concacaf-u-17
posted on Feb 17, 2015
The 2015 Spring edition of the CMFSC Newsletter is now available.  [read full story...]
posted on Feb 16, 2015
CMFSC Under 12 Girls Rockets had a special visit from Jay Demerit, the former team captain of the Vancouver Whitecaps. Jay ran a training session for the Rockets and hosted an autograph and Question and Answer Period afterwards.
posted on Feb 8, 2015
posted on Feb 6, 2015
Matt Fisher has joined the CMFSC Board of Directors, as the Director of Marketing & Communications through Board appointment to an open position. Matt has played soccer for over 25 years, and has coached boys soccer for seven years. He is currently the Coach of the Red Bulls U8 Boys team, with his son Easton on the team. Matt has an M.A. in English Literature from McGill University, and a B.A. (Double Major, English & History) at SFU, as well as over 15 years experience in marketing, communications, and web development at various organizations in Vancouver, Montreal, and Toronto, mainly in high tech. On the CMFSC Board, Matt’s tasks will include overseeing all club communications, marketing, website development, and social media. Please feel free to contact Matt at vancouvermatt@hotmail.com.
posted on Jan 30, 2015
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posted on Jan 14, 2015
Coquitlam Metro-Ford Soccer Club (CMFSC) is proud to announce that it will be partnering with SHARE Family and Community Services to provide After School Soccer Programs at two Tri-Cities Elementary schools, beginning January 2015. CMFSC will be sending nationally certified coaches, as well as soccer equipment, to Mountain View Elementary and Roy Stibbs Elementary Schools to assist SHARE in providing its invaluable After School programs to Coquitlam youngsters.
CMFSC is funding this new After School program as part of its ongoing efforts to give back to the communities, and make the “beautiful game” of soccer accessible to children from all walks of life.
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posted on Dec 22, 2014
On Nov 14th 2014, CMFSC had its Annual Awards Night celebrating the success of the club over the past year. Click on the following link for a brief video from the evening. It was a great night and congratulations to all of the nominees and winners! Click for video.
posted on Dec 20, 2014
Please click here for all the information on the 2003 Born BCSPL Intake Evaluations.
posted on Dec 16, 2014

Post-Election Member Survey - please participate!

--> TAKE THE SURVEY: 
https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/CMFSC-Activating-Our-Voice

Prior to the municipal election last month, CMFSC took a proactive approach to encouraging our members to get active in our communities, through our membership and involvement with the Coquitlam Field Sports Association (CFSA).

Overall voter turnout across the Tri-Cities improved from in 2014 compared to 2011, which is the ultimate goal of any of these sort of mobilization activities:
OVERALL VOTER TURNOUT
Coquitlam:           22% (2011)  -->  26% (2014)
Port Coquitlam:   21% (2011)  -->  26% (2014)
Port Moody:        26% (2011) --> 36% (2014)

Specifically, in Coquitlam, the CFSA supported candidates (Craig Hodge, Brent Asmundson, Mae Reid, Teri Towner) were all successfully elected. Craig Hodge topped the polling and Dennis Marsden, a CMFSC coach/volunteer, was also elected as a first time councillor.

We are interested in measuring the effect of our campaign and quantifying our efforts to activate CMFSC’s voice. We would greatly appreciate if you could take a minute to provide feedback anonymously.

--> TAKE THE SURVEY: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/CMFSC-Activating-Our-Voice

posted on Dec 15, 2014
CMFSC is pleased to announce the roll-out of a new registration system from PowerUp Sports Management that will:
  • improve member service
  • enhance communication
  • reduce paper use, and
  • increase overall operational efficiency

The system is currently being piloted with our 2015 Premier League season, affecting just 225 of the club’s 3,500 players. Assuming a successful pilot, PowerUp will be rolled out club-wide with our 2015-16 season registration in the Spring of 2015.

PowerUp replaces Thriva, CMFSC’s previous registration system, and is integrated with the emergency management solution provided by ePACT Networks, which Premier League families successfully piloted earlier this year. The system also repatriates the payment processing capabilities within the club through services provided by Beanstream, a Canadian company like PowerUp.

For 2015 Premier League Registration, visit:
https://cmfsc.powerupsports.com
…then click the SIGN UP tab to create a new member profile.

Upon completion of a successful pilot, PowerUp will handle our player/team registration, member/volunteer communications, league/tournament scheduling and payment processing needs, and serve as the hub for other external systems, such as criminal record checks and emergency preparedness.

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