Don't know who to contact?

We have several vacant positions:  Vice-President, Communications, Competitions.  If you or anyone you know would be interested, please contact:  For role descriptions, please click/follow the link above:  League Contact Information

Team Officials Handbook - How to Guide

Click here for the handbook. Can also be found under:  

Resources>League Documents>How-to & Reference Documents

This is a useful step by step guide for coaches and managers.  Please take the time to review prior to reaching out to league executives, as it is currently a busy time of year prior to the start of the new season.


NEW Online 'How to..' sessions

Are you unfamiliar with the LIWSA website? 
Don't know how to register players? 
Don't know how to look up schedules? 
Don't know how to request a game schedule change? 
Look up rules? Or who to contact?

Advanced registration required.  Each session will be recorded. 

Click on one of the dates to register: 
Please submit questions in advance using the link below:

Media Release BC Adult Leagues

Topic:  Voting Structure

To read the joint statement in response to the video released by BC Soccer on June 27th, 2022

Click Here

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Annual General Meeting
Posted: 6/30/2022
Rescheduled July 11, 2022
2022 BC Provincial Finals
Posted: 5/13/2022

Team Officials Handbook
Posted: 11/26/2021
How to resources

BC Soccer Association

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.

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