Looking for something? Please check out our Frequently Asked Questions Knowledge Base below.
- Who do I contact about questions about the Under 13 to Under 18 teams?
Administrative & Registration questions can be directed to the Member Services.
- When does the season start?
League play generally begins the second weekend of September for all levels.
- What type of Coach Support is there in the U13 to U18 Divisions?
The Under 13 to Under 18 Division is overseen by club Technical Staff.
Dale Mitchell oversees the Under 13 to Under 18 BCSPL and MSL Divisions.
Additionally, coaches are encouraged to take courses offered by CMFSC - https://www.cmfsc.ca/coaching-certification-pathway-info
- What is the registration cost?
Please refer to our registration page for registration fees.
- What is the BC Soccer Premier League?
The BC Soccer Premier League (BCSPL) is the premier division for Under 13 to Under 18. Please visit our BC Soccer Premier League for more information.
- What are games times for U13 to Under 18?
Games are traditionally played on Saturdays for Boys and Sundays for Girls. You can expect game times to be scheduled between 9:00am and 8:00pm for home games. You will also be travelling outside of the tri-cities to play games and the game times set at the discretion of the home club.
- How will Division 3 Boys & Girls teams be formed?
The Division 3 boys & girls teams will be formed through a team formation session in June.
Consideration for placement on the team will be based on:
1. Returning CMFSC players (by registration date prior to May 15th).
2. Non-CMFSC players (by registration date prior to May 15th).
3. Coach input on player selection.
4. All registrants after May 15thby registration date with preference to returning CMFSC players.
- How many times per week does a U13 to U18 team train and play games?
Metro Teams – Train twice per week minimum
Division 1 Teams – Train twice per week
Division 2 Teams – Train once per week minimum
Division 3 Teams – Train once per week minimum
- How many players are on the field at Under 13 through Under 18?
At Under 13 through Under 18 the structure is 11-aside, full field.
- How many players are on a team?
U13-U16 Divisional Teams are allowed a maximum of 18 players rostered under BC Soccer rules
U17 and U18 Divisional Teams are allowed a maximum of 20 players rostered under BC Soccer Rules.
- How do I register my child?
All players must register for the 2018-19 season prior to the first evaluation for their respective team/level.
All Division 3 players are asked to register prior to May 15th and prior to the team formation sessions held in June.
As per our registration policy only those players House (Division 3) players who register by May 15th will be placed on a team in the pre-determined order of registration. After May 15th, a non-refundable late fee of $50.00 applies, and team placement is not assured.
- How are the divisions categorized for Under 13 to Under 18 Divisions?
In the Under 13 thru Under 18 Divisions, we have the following levels.
- BC Soccer Premier League
- BC Coastal Soccer League
- Division 1
- Division 2
- Division 3
- How are coaches being assigned?
All coaches need to fill out a coach application form found at the following link. Decisions on Head Coach positions are decided by the club technical staff.
At registration, parents have an option to indicate if they would be willing to volunteer as an Assistant Coach or Manager. We will consider all parents that indicate interest in a volunteer position. Decisions on Assistant Coaches and Managers for each team will be decided by the team Head Coach.
- Can you explain the league structure of U13 - U18 Leagues?
The Boys Metro to Division 3 teams play within the BC Coastal Soccer League. More information on the BCCSL can be found at the following link.
Metro, Division 1, Division 2, and Division 3 teams are tiered teams that are formed through the club evaluation process and would be considered a Select Team. Division 3 teams are house level teams that are open to players of all levels and experience.
The Girls Metro and Division 1 thru 3 teams play within the BC Coastal Soccer League.
More information on the BC Coastal Soccer League can found at the following link.
Metro, Division 1 & 2 teams are tiered teams that are formed through the club evaluation process and would be considered a Select Team. Division 3 teams are house level teams that are open to players of all levels and experience.
- When does registration begin?
Registration is available February 15th each season. Please refer to the following link regarding registration.
As per our registration policy only those players who register by May 15th will be placed on a team in the pre-determined order of registration. After May 15th, a non-refundable late fee of $50.00 applies, and team placement is not assured.
Players accepting a position on a team and their parents should be aware that as outlined in CMFSC policies & procedures, subsequent withdrawal from the team will result in forfeiture of their registration fees. Verbally accepting a position is considered an official acceptance.