WolfPack Men’s Soccer Adds More Depth At The Back (Swanson)

–Thompson Rivers University Kamloops, BC—Thompson Rivers University WolfPack men’s soccer coach John Antulov is looking to build a feared back line.   The WolfPack took another step in that direction with the announcement that Adam Swanson of Sutherland Secondary of North Vancouver, BC has committed to the program starting in the fall. The 6’1” Swanson plays […]

BC Soccer News, Weekend, May 29-31, 2015

FIFA CORRUPTION CRISIS Sepp Blatter re-elected as Fifa president for fifth term – The Guardian Sepp Blatter has been officially re-elected as Fifa’s president for a fifth term by the world governing body’s 209 member associations. Blatter, 79, saw off the challenge of Jordan’s Prince Ali bin Al-Hussein at Fifa’s annual Congress in Zurich. In […]

BC Soccer News, May 28, 2015

FIFA CORRUPTION CRISIS FIFA’S INTEGRITY ON “BLACK WEDNESDAY” EXPOSED – BC Soccer Web “It’s certain that the players who make it to the Women’s World Cup Final, along with those who competed up to that stage, won’t disappoint. Meanwhile, in the luxury boxes above the pitch, there’ll be men who’ll enjoy all of the perks […]

BC Soccer News, Wednesday, May 27, 2015

BREAKING NEWS: FIFA Officials Arrested on Corruption Charges; Face Extradition to U.S. – NY Times 14 People Facing Corruption Charges – 9 FIFA Officials, 5 Corp. Executives President & Past President of CONCACAF among officials indicted. Indictments claim bribes & inducements over $150 million CONCACAF WCQ, Gold Cup , CONCACAF Champions Lg.; Copa América & […]

Thompson-Okanagan FC Games In Kamloops

– KYSA News Release KAMLOOPS, BC –– The Kamloops Youth Soccer Association (KYSA) is playing host to nine BC Soccer Premier League (BCSPL) games featuring Thompson-Okanagan teams this coming Saturday and Sunday. Thompson-Okanagan is the lone interior franchise in the BCSPL. TOFC will be facing eight Fraser Valley Premier teams and one Mountain United FC team. The full […]

BC Soccer News, Tuesday, May 26, 2015

Whitecaps FC & MLS Vancouver Whitecaps: True or False? – Vancouver Sun If there is one thing I have learned during my time on this planet it’s that every seemingly complex problem can successfully be reduced to a simple black or white answer and that grey areas are merely the refuge of an unfocused thought […]

BC Soccer News, Monday, May 25, 2015

WHITECAPS & MLS Whitecaps have no answer for bad calls – Vancouver Sun There was a tornado warning in the area Saturday morning, but it was referee Jose Carlos Rivero who tore through the Whitecaps at night. Emotional Ramblings: Not Good Enough – AFTN Pedro Morales provided the game changing moment the game was calling […]

Vancouver United Holds Fort | Highlanders Undefeated Streak Ends

– Victoria Highlanders Media Release May 23, 2015 Victoria, British Columbia, Canada Victoria Highlanders travelled to Vancouver today with intentions on building upon their undefeated record. In a competitive battle, the home side, Vancouver United scored an eighty-sixth minute goal to take a 1-0 lead and netted an added-time insurance marker with Highlanders pressing forward […]

WolfPack Women’s Soccer Secure Langley Keeper For 2016-17

– Thompson Rivers University Kamloops, BC—One thing you can’t say about Thompson Rivers University WolfPack women’s soccer coach Tom McManus is that he doesn’t look to the future. McManus has signed his third recruit for the 2016-17 Canada West season with the announcement that keeper Alyssa Smith of Langley BC (Walnut Grove Secondary) has indicated […]

Update on Possible BC Division 3 League Coming June 15

Will the BC Soccer Association be starting a Tier 3 Semi-Pro League? We might have some answers on June 15, when a committee will present an update on the issue at the organization’s Annual General Meeting.  This information was included in a website post released on Friday afternoon. “The BC Soccer board formed a committee […]