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    Bays United

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    Bays United FC is a non-profit community soccer association based in Victoria, BC. As one of Victoria’s largest clubs, Bays endorses ‘soccer for life’, bringing the sport to approximately 1,500 individuals ages 5 to 60 and beyond. The club promotes excellence in soccer by providing a challenging and development-focused environment from novice to premier levels. We value teamwork and sportsmanship both on and off the field. We believe that sport builds healthy bodies and minds, and positive player development helps our youth to achieve greater success in life. We also value our community by bringing together people from different neighbourhoods to play soccer, volunteer in community sports events, and simply to socialize as they enjoy this beautiful game.

    The Vancouver Metro Soccer League was founded in 1973, and presently comprises over 150 teams and over 4000 registered players, referees and coaches, from teenagers to old-timers.  As Western Canada's largest Men's League, it's membership consistently produces the top amateur men's teams in British Columbia across all age groups, as it continues to foster the most competitive amateur soccer in the Lower Mainland on a weekly basis.


    Oakville Soccer Club

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    The Oakville Soccer Club, a non-for-profit organization, was created in 1972 through the merger of the Bronte Legion Soccer Club, Oakville United Soccer Club and Oakville Minor Soccer. It has become the largest amateur soccer club in North America and largest community sports organization in Canada with more than 12,000 members and over 900 volunteer and professional coaches. The Club boasts the Pine Glen Soccer Centre, a 100,000 square foot indoor soccer facility located on Pine Glen Road in North Oakville.
    OSC holds the Ontario Soccer Association’s Gold Standard Award for Club Excellence, capturing eight national championships, 56 Ontario Cup winners as well as players who have represented the Club in the NCAA, CIS and at the Provincial and National levels. Throughout the Club’s 40+ year history, several hundred OSC players have earned scholarships with universities and colleges in Canada and the United States.

    The North Shore Girls Soccer Club is one of the largest sports clubs of any kind in Western Canada with approximately 3500 players registered.We are a community soccer club, providing girls and women on the North Shore with an opportunity to play soccer at many skill levels. 

    The Club provides development opportunities for its players and coaches by supporting training programs, especially those delivered by the NSGSC Development Program and the NSGSC Academy, EPP, Street Soccer and Active Start programs.


    Bowen Island FC

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    Bowen Island Football Club is a non-profit, volunteer-based soccer club formed in 2007.  All BIFC Board Members, Coaches, Managers and Staff agree to promote BIFC Values and sign the Code of Conduct as their commitment to you.