Coach Requirement Policy

Please note this is a requirement for all Head Coaches for teams in the LIWSA participating in all divisions - except O30/35.

Please take a moment to review the communication from BCSA.  

Affiliated Clubs should have received numerous communications from BCSA over the season regarding the updated Coach Requirement Policy.  Link to communication: Click Here

Summary of details: BC Soccer Policy Update

 


Summer hours of operation will apply for the month of July.  Response time to inquiries during this month will be longer than usual.  Patience and understanding is appreciated.
 For all LIWSA Teams in the upcoming 2024-25 Season.

In preparation for the upcoming 2024-2025 LIWSA Season, we would like members to take a moment and visit our website for some updates to operational procedures, updated requirements, policy updates and so on.  

Some items have been updated, please take the time to review, we have kept things as simple as possible.  



Player Registration Information
(New, Returning and Youth Player)


(Updated & to be strictly implemented for upcoming season)
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Announcements

Coach Requirement Policy
Posted: 3/15/2024
Please Read
Update Youth to Adult Permits
Posted: 1/17/2024
Going online!!!!!

Weather/Travel Guideline
Posted: 1/10/2024
Please Read



BC Soccer Association
DIVERSITY, INCLUSION, & FEMALES IN SOCCER



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Diversity & Inclusion (click for more info)
BC Soccer seeks to identify, disseminate, and support the education of members, affiliated clubs and soccer leaders on the conditions required to make soccer more equitable, welcoming, safe, and inclusive for everyone.


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Females in Soccer (click for more info)
Although the player registration numbers between male and female are almost 50/50, BC Soccer recognizes that women and girls’ are underrepresented in many areas of soccer including as coaches, athletes, leaders, and administrators.We as a collective soccer community all play a role to support increased female participation at all levels