▪ Where there is a city and municipality or two or more municipalities in the same area, we consider them combined as one (i.e. Township of Langley and City of Langley are considered one). For clarity, this means team travel to, from, and between cities/municipalities can not occur. Team location is based on the team's parent club/organization location.
1. If your team has participated in the Fall Cohorts - and will continue in the second round of cohorts starting in January 2021 - please confirm via this online form: Click Here
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> No spectators are permitted.
> Can occur under the current BC Soccer Phase 2 Guidelines (where soccer has been since the cohort model was introduced) with the following added restrictions:* No spectators are permitted.* Player/team travel (and refereeing assignments) must be limited.*
* No spectators are permitted.* Player/team travel (and refereeing assignments) must be limited.*
*Importantly: Dr. Henry used language referencing “community” and “region”. We are seeking clarification from ViaSport on the definition of community and/or region so we can apply it appropriately for sanctioned soccer. ViaSport advised us today at 4:50 pm that they are awaiting clarification on this from the Health Authority.
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