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Posted 11/2/2019 Ref # 110

Hall of Fame Update



Based on their impressive histories, largely prior to membership in the VMSL, Vancouver Firefighters FC and Vancouver Columbus FC have been inducted to the Canada Soccer Hall of Fame as Organisations of Distinction as part of a special class of Past Canadian Players from the 1940s, 1950s and 1960s.

Jim Blundell and Gary Stevens (above left) of Firefighters FC as well as Bobby Smith and Gino Vazzoler (above right) of Columbus FC highlight the group of 12 honoured players that were inducted to the Canada Soccer Hall of Fame in March, 2019. During the 1960s, the four all-stars featured in one of the most heated rivalries in Canadian soccer.

Firefighters FC and Columbus FC took their turns winning three-straight Pacific Coast League championships, with the Firemen winning three straight from 1963-64 to 1965-66 and then the Italians winning three straight from 1968-69 to 1970-71. Their Sunday rivalry at old Callister Park was legendary with the two sides facing each other more than 40 times in league and cup competitions from 1961 to 1971.
 
While Blundell and Smith were briefly teammates at North Shore at the end of the 1950s, they led their respective rivals in goalscoring throughout the 1960s: Blundell for the Firefighters and Smith for Columbus. The duo won five of the league’s nine scoring titles from 1959-60 to 1967-68. Blundell scored the most Coast League goals for one team throughout the 1960s; Smith, meanwhile, led the decade in scoring and retired as the league’s all-time goalscoring champion.
 
Both organisations also won Canadian titles in the 1960s and 1970s, with Stevens and Vazzoler winning multiple titles. Stevens helped Firefighters win Canada Soccer’s Championship in both 1965 and 1973 while Vazzoler helped Columbus win it all in 1964, 1969, 1977 and 1978. Firefighers also won Canadian titles in 1983 and 1990, the latter with the fallen VMSL legend Bobby Rosenlund.

On November 2nd, 2019, BC Soccer announced the creation of a Soccer Hall of Fame of British Columbia (SHFBC). The founding members of the SHFBC in 2019 are the 96 British Columbians and the teams and organisations of distinction who are already members of the national Hall of Fame (some of whom are still plying their trade in the VMSL today.) New members will be inducted annually starting in 2020.



 
Posted 10/14/2019 Ref # 109

CCB LFC United win 2019 Toyota National Challenge Cup

CCB LFC United have come through the draining 5 game / 6 day national tournament in Newfoundland this Thanksgiving with their first Senior Mens A National Club Championship (and British Columbia's second Challenge Cup in a row). The team was inspired by and dedicated its victory to fallen team mate Brandon Bassi. The team went undefeated and won 2 - 0 in the final over Ontario to cap off their Provincial Cup Championship 2018-19 season. The VMSL and its members extend their congratulations to CCB LFC United.



 
Posted 8/23/2019 Ref # 108

FIFA updates to laws of the game for 2019-20

As of June 1, 2019 FIFA has updated many laws that will effect VMSL game play. A summary of the changes can be found here: /upload/doc/2019-20 IFAB Rule Changes at a Glance.pdf

All laws of the game can be found here: https://www.theifab.com/laws

 
Posted 6/30/2019 Ref # 107

2018-19 VMSL All Stars

As selected by 2018-19 Premier Division Champion Croatia SC A team staff based on recommendations from the team staff of all Premier Division teams


Carlo Basso Coq Metro Ford A Wolves
Daniel Davidson Croatia SC A
Ryan Dhillon BCT Rovers Tigers Utd A
Anthony Di Nicolo Coq Metro Ford A Wolves
Devin Gunenc NVFC Norvan
Cam Hundal BCT Rovers Tigers Utd A
Colin Jacques Croatia SC A
Niko Jecanski Guildford FC A
Bobby Jhutty CCB LFC United
Adam Jones Coq Metro Ford A Wolves
David Malamura Croatia SC A
Alex Marrello Club Inter EDC Burnaby A
Colin Phillips West Van FC A
Sahil Sandhu Pegasus SFC A
Elyad Shojaei Rino's Tigers
Nick Soolsma BCT Rovers Tigers Utd A
Eddie Tsen Croatia SC A
Tyrone Venhola Croatia SC A
Steve Welle West Van FC A
Mike Winter West Van FC A


 
Posted 5/27/2019 Ref # 104

2019 Provincial Cup Champion lost in car crash

The VMSL has lost one of its bright young stars. VMSL members have the family, friends and teammates of Brandon Bassi in their thoughts. Brandon Bassi passed away May 23, 2019 after battling injuries sustained in a car accident May 18th.  Brandon was a key member of the CCB LFC United team that just won the Senior Men's Provincial A Cup Championship on May 12th.  He was due to represent the club, the VMSL and BC Soccer at the National Club Championships in October. 

At 19 years old he was already a role model for many in the lower mainland, someone that made all the right choices in his life and had a very bright future on and off the field.  He was a full time SFU Soccer team member on scholarship, he worked part time and played full time men's soccer.  His candlelight vigil was attended by over 1100 people. 



 
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    2019 Senior Men's National Club Champions - CCB LFC United
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    2018-19 VMSL All Star Team
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    2019 Senior Men's Provincial A Cup Champions - CCB LFC United
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    2019 Over 35 Men's Provincial A Cup Champions - PCOV M-A
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    2019 Senior Men's Provincial B Cup Champions - Metropolitan FC A
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    2019 Over 35 Men's Provincial B Cup Champions - Harps FC M
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    2019 Under 21 Men's Provincial Cup Champions - Faly Academy Soccer U21
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    2018-19 VMSL Premier Division Champions - Croatia SC A
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    2018-19 VMSL Imperial Cup Champions - West Van FC
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    2018-19 VMSL Imperial Cup MVP - Shane Howard - West Van FC
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    2018-19 VMSL Imperial Cup MVP - Shane Howard - West Van FC
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    2018-19 VMSL Imperial Cup Action
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    2018-19 VMSL Masters A Cup Champions - PCOV M-A
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    2018-19 VMSL Masters A Cup MVP - Mark Gomes - PCOV M-A
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    2018-18 VMSL Division 2 Cup Champions - Metropolitan FC A
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    2018-19 VMSL Division 2 Cup MVP - Derek Monkman - Metropolitan FC A
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    2018-19 VMSL Division 2 Cup MVP - Derek Monkman - Metropolitan FC A
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    2018-19 VMSL Masters B Cup Champions (Repeat) - ICSF Columbus FC M-B
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    2018-19 VMSL Masters B Cup MVP - Warren Williams - ICSF Columbus FC M-B
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    2018-19 VMSL U21 Cup Champions - TSS FC U21
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    2018-19 VMSL U21 Cup MVP - John Joseph - TSS FC U21
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    2018 Senior Men's National Club Champions - BCT Rovers Tigers United
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    2018 Senior Men's Provincial A Cup Champions - BCT Rovers Tigers United
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    2018 Over 35 Men's Provincial A Cup Champions - Estrella de Chile FC Burnaby M
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    2018 Under 21 Men's Provincial Cup Champions - West Van FC U21
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    2018 Senior Men's Provincial B Cup Champions - Vancouver Strikers
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    2018 Provincial Cup Commentators
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    2017-18 VMSL Imperial Cup Champions - Rino's Tigers
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    2017-18 VMSL Imperial Cup MVP - Declan Rodriguez - Rino's Tigers
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    2017-18 VMSL U21 Cup Champions - West Van FC U21
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    2017-18 VMSL U21 Cup MVP - Chase Taylor-Robins - West Van FC U21
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    2017-18 VMSL Division 2 Cup Champions - Coq Metro Ford Lupi
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    2017-18 VMSL Division 2 Cup MVP - Matthew Krivak - Coq Metro Ford Lupi
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    2017-18 VMSL Masters A Cup Champions - EDF FC Burnaby M
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    2017-18 VMSL Masters A Cup MVP - Bernard Rockson - EDC FC Burnaby M
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    2017-18 VMSL Masters B Cup Champions - ICSF Columbus FC M-B
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    2017-18 VMSL Masters B Cup MVP - Kevin Colbow - ICSF Columbus FC M-B
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    2017-18 VMSL Premier Division Champions - BCT Rovers Tigers United
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    Ruben Tremarco VMSL VP presents trophy to 2017-18 Premier Division Champions
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    Western Canadian O35 Men's Champions, Metro-Ford PCE - Oct 2, 2017
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    BC Senior Men's Provincial A Cup Champions, Club Inter - May 14, 2017
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    BC Senior Men's O35 Provincial Cup Champions, Metro Ford PCE - May 28, 2017
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    BC Senior Men's Provincial B Cup Champions, Vancouver Greencaps - May 28, 2017
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    BC Under 21 Men's Provincial Cup Champions, Pacific United LFC - May 14, 2017
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    2017 Imperial Cup Champions, Pegasus FC A - April 1, 2017
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    2017 U21 Cup (Repeat) Champions, CCB Guildford FC U21 - April 1, 2017
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    2017 Masters A Cup Champions, Westside FC M - April 1, 2017
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    2017 Masters B Cup (Repeat) Champions, PCOV M-B - April 1, 2017
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    2017 Division 2 Cup Champions, NVFC Norvan Storm A - April 1, 2017
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    Coq Metro Ford A Wolves vs EDC FC Burnaby A - September 23, 2016

     
     
VMSL Premier Division Weekly Schedule

Sun 12/8/2019
ScheduleTypeDateDivisionHome TeamResultVisiting TeamField
WinterLeagueSun 12/8/2019 6:00PMPremierBurnaby Selects W Eagles A0 - 7Rinos TigersBby Lake West 4 Turf - BBY
 
Fri 12/13/2019
ScheduleTypeDateDivisionHome TeamResultVisiting TeamField
WinterLeagueFri 12/13/2019 8:45PMPremierCCB LFC United - Coq Metro Ford A WolvesNewton Athl 1 Stad Turf - SRY
WinterLeagueFri 12/13/2019 8:10PMPremierCroatia SC A - Burnaby Selects W Eagles ABby Lake West 3 Turf - BBY
WinterLeagueFri 12/13/2019 8:40PMPremierBCT Rovers Hurricanes A - SFC Pegasus ANewton Athl 2 Turf - SRY
 
Sat 12/14/2019
ScheduleTypeDateDivisionHome TeamResultVisiting TeamField
WinterLeagueSat 12/14/2019 4:05PMPremierRinos Tigers - NVFC Norvan ATrillium Turf East - VAN
WinterLeagueSat 12/14/2019 7:00PMPremierGuildford FC FASA - ICSF Columbus FC ABby Lake West 2 Turf - BBY
WinterLeagueSat 12/14/2019 4:00PMPremierWest Van FC A - Club Inter EDC Bby AAmbleside D Turf - WVAN

 

2018-19 VMSL Recap


2019 Mens Nationial Championships

CCB LFC United have come through the draining 5 game / 6 day national tournament in Newfoundland this Thanksgiving with their first Senior Mens A National Club Championship (and British Columbia's second Challenge Cup in a row). The team was inspired by and dedicated its victory to fallen team mate Brandon Bassi. The team went undefeated and won 2 - 0 in the final over Ontario to cap off their Provincial Cup Championship 2018-19 season. 

PCOV M (like EDC Burnaby FC last season) did a cup double winning the VMSL Masters A Cup and Over 35 Provincial A Cup and participated in their first Western Canadian Masters Championships. This year it was in Saskatchewan and again BC lost to Alberta in the final.


2019 Men's Provincial Cup Champions

Congratulations to the following VMSL teams who won a men's provincial cup championship in 2019:

  • CCB LFC United – Senior Men’s Provincial A Cup Champions
    MVP – Bobby Jhutty
  • PCOV M-A – Deryl Hughes Masters Over 35 Provincial Cup Champions
    MVP: Ryan Dormer
  • Faly Academy Soccer U21 – Doug Day Under 21 Provincial Cup Champions
    MVP: Brandon Bangambee
  • Metropolitan FC A– Keith Millar Senior Men’s Provincial B Cup Champions
    MVP – Aleks Kalajdzic (GK, FC Serbia United A)
  • Harps FC M– Masters Over 35 Provincial B Cup Champions
    MVP – Hugh O'Loughlin

2019 Men's Provincial Cup Qualifying Teams

Congratulations to the 29 VMSL teams who have qualified for Provincial Cup play in 2019 based on league and/or cup performance: 

  • Croatia SC A*, West Van FC A*, BCT Rovers Tigers United A (holders), CCB LFC United, Rino's Tigers, Coq Metro Ford A Wolves  – Senior Men’s Provincial A Cup
  • Coq Metro Ford PCE*, PCOV M-A*, ICSF Columbus FC M-A, West Van FC M, Club Inter EDC Burnaby M – Deryl Hughes Masters Over 35 Provincial Cup
  • West Van FC U21* (holders), TSS FC U21*, Langley United U21, Faly Academy Soccer U21, Greater Vancouver United, BCT Tigers FC U21 – Doug Day Under 21 Provincial Cup
  • Metropolitan FC A*, Vancouver Strikers (holders), FC Serbia United A, Westside FC Sierra, Shaheen FC A, NK Hrvat A, Meraloma FC A – Keith Millar Senior Men’s Provincial B Cup
  • Green Devils FC*, Coq Metro Ford Shooters, ICSF Columbus FC M-B, Harps FC M, West Van FC Flying Horses – Masters Over 35 Provincial B Cup
*Seeded


NB. Rino's Bulldogs M-A qualified for the O35 Men’s Provincial B Cup but opted out and the spot trickled down to West Van FC Flying Horses


2018-19 VMSL League Cup Champions

Congratulations to the following VMSL league cup champions this season:

  • West Van FC A – Imperial Cup Champions
    MVP: Shane Howard

  • Metropolitan FC A – Division 2 Cup Champions
    MVP: Derek Monkman

  • TSS FC U21 – Under 21 Cup Champions
    MVP: John Joseph

  • PCOV M-A – Masters A Cup Champions
    MVP: Mark Gomes

  • ICSF Columbus FC M-B (repeat) – Masters B Cup Champions
    MVP: Warren Williams

2018-19 LEAGUE CUP GOLDEN BOOTS

  • 5 Goals - Carlo Basso, Coq Metro Ford A Wolves – Imperial Cup
  • 5 Goals - Billy Lane, West Coast Celts and
    Kyle Heatherington, NVFC Norvan Lions A and
    Meysam Soltani, Shaheen FC A
     – Division 2 Cup
  • 10 Goals - John Joseph, TSS FC U21 – Under 21 Cup
  • 4 Goals - Steven Frazao, PCOV M-A – Masters A Cup
  • 6 Goals - Kevin Colbow, ICSF Columbus FC M-B and
    Wade Friesen, Coq Metro Ford Shooters – Masters B Cup

2018-19 VMSL Divisional Champions

Congratulations to the following VMSL divisional champions this season:

  • Croatia SC A – Premier Division Champions
  • Burnaby Selects W Eagles A – Division 1 Champions
  • West Van FC U21 – Under 21 Division Champions
  • Vancouver Strikers – Division 2A Champions
  • Westside FC Sierra – Division 2B Champions
  • Coq Metro Ford Lobos – Division 3A Champions
  • Marpole Tropics – Division 3B Champions
  • GFC United A Lions – Division 3C Champions
  • Coq Metro Ford M PCE – Over 35 Premier Division Champions
  • Rino's Bulldogs M-A – Over 35 Division 1 Champions
  • Bowen Falconetti FC M – Over 35 Division 2 Champions
  • ICSF Columbus FC M-B (repeat) – Over 45 Premier Division Champions
  • FK Nikola Tesla M-B – Over 45 Division 1 LNT Champions
  • FC Serbia United M-B – Over 45 Division 1 SDG Champions
2018-19 DIVISIONAL GOLDEN BOOTS

32 goals - Nick Soolsma, BCT Rovers Tigers United A – Premier Division

20 goals - Farivar Torabi Sereshki, Burnaby Metro Athletic FC – Division 1

20 goals - Brody Thomas, Langley United U21 – Under 21 Division

23 goals - Bryan Da Cruz, Vancouver Strikers – Division 2A

21 goals - Ramsey Alfantazi, FC Serbia United A – Division 2B

19 goals - Theo Lesage, France FC – Division 3A

23 goals - Jesse Gray, Royal City SC – Division 3B

23 goals - Peter Rae, GFC United A Lions – Division 3C

20 goals - Steven Deblasio, ICSF Columbus FC M-A – Over 35 Premier Division

14 goals - Eamon Quinn, Harps FC M – Over 35 Division 1

20 goals - Wade Friesen, Coq Metro Ford Shooters – Over 35 Division 2

30 goals - Daniel Da Silva, Pacific 96ers – Over 45 Premier Division

28 goals - Sasa Vucenovic, FK Nikola Tesla M-B – Over 45 Division 1 LNT

21 goals - Erol Aljevic, FC Serbia United M-B – Over 45 Division 1 SDG



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2017-18 VMSL Recap


2018 Mens Nationial Championships

BCT Rovers Tigers United have come through the grueling 5 game national club championship tournament in Saskatoon this past Thanksgiving with British Columbia's first Challenge Cup since 2004. The team went undefeated and was awarded the Fair Play Award on top of the Championship. Nick Soolsma was the Tournament MVP and the Tournament Golden Boot with 9 goals in 5 games. The win capped off BCT Rovers Tigers United's premier division title and Provincial Cup Championship season.

EDC Burnaby FC M in their debut season won the VMSL Masters A Cup and Over 35 Provincial A Cup and participated in the Western Canadian Masters Championships in Richmond in September. They lost 0-1 to Alberta in the final.


2018 Men's Provincial Cup Champions

Congratulations to the following VMSL teams who won a men's provincial cup championship in 2018:

  • BCT Rovers Tigers United A – Senior Men’s Provincial A Cup Champions
    MVP – Nick Soolsma
  • EDC FC Burnaby M – Deryl Hughes Masters Over 35 Provincial Cup Champions
    MVP – Ducivan De Souza Nascimento
  • West Van FC U21 – Doug Day Under 21 Provincial Cup Champions
    MVP – Nicholas Glavas
  • Vancouver Strikers – Keith Millar Senior Men’s Provincial B Cup Champions
    MVP – Arved Poetter

2018 Men's Provincial Cup Qualifying Teams

Congratulations to the 26 VMSL teams who have qualified for Provincial Cup play in 2018 based on cup and/or league performance: 

  • BCT Rovers Tigers United A*, Pegasus FC, West Van FC A, Croatia SC A, Club Inter (holders), Rino's Tigers* – Senior Men’s Provincial A Cup
  • West Van FC M*, Coq Metro Ford PCE (holders), Westside FC M-A, EDC FC Burnaby M*, PCOV M-A – Deryl Hughes Masters Over 35 Provincial Cup
  • Coq Metro Ford Junior Wolves*, West Van FC U21*, Faly Academy Soccer U21, EDC FC Burnaby U21, BCT Rovers Tigers United U21 – Doug Day Under 21 Provincial Cup
  • Vancouver Greencaps A (holders), Coq Metro Ford Lupi*, 13th Legion FC, Metropolitan A, Gastown FC, Vancouver Strikers – Keith Millar Senior Men’s Provincial B Cup
  • NVFC Norvan Lions M-A*, Croatia SC Stallions, IG Micromed Dragons, ICSF Columbus FC M-B – O35 Men’s Provincial B Cup (new for 2018)
*Seeded


2017-18 VMSL League Cup Champions

Congratulations to the following VMSL league cup champions this season:

  • Rino's Tigers – Imperial Cup Champions - MVP: Declan Rodriguez
  • Coq Metro Ford Lupi – Division 2 Cup Champions - MVP: Matthew Krivak
  • West Van FC U21 – Under 21 Cup Champions - MVP: Chase Taylor-Robins
  • EDC FC Burnaby M – Masters A Cup Champions - MVP: Bernard Rockson
  • ICSF Columbus FC M-B – Masters B Cup Champions - MVP: Kevin Colbow
2017-18 CUP GOLDEN BOOTS 

  • 4 Goals - Mamadi Camara, CCB LFC United – Imperial Cup
  • 7 Goals - Patrick Fitzgerald, Vancouver Greencaps – Division 2 Cup
  • 5 Goals - Chase Taylor-Robins, West Van FC U21 – Under 21 Cup
  • 6 Goals - Steven Frazao, PCOV M-A – Masters A Cup
  • 6 Goals - William Foulkes, IG Micromed Dragons – Masters B Cup

2017-18 VMSL Divisional Champions

Congratulations to the following VMSL divisional champions this season:


  • BCT Rovers Tigers United A – Premier Division Champions
  • NVFC Norvan Lions A – Division 1 Champions
  • Coq Metro Ford Junior Wolves – Under 21 Division Champions
  • Coq Metro Ford Lupi – Division 2A Champions
  • Vancouver Greencaps A – Division 2B Champions
  • Westside FC Black Aces – Division 3A Champions
  • West Coast Saints – Division 3B Champions
  • Vancouver Greencaps B – Division 3C Champions
  • West Van FC M – Over 35 Premier Division Champions (undefeated season)
  • NVFC Norvan Lions M-A – Over 35 Division 1 Champions
  • FC Serbia United M-A – Over 35 Division 2 Champions
  • ICSF Columbus FC M-B – Over 45 Premier Division Champions
  • Pacific 96ers – Over 45 Division 1 Champions
2017-18 DIVISIONAL GOLDEN BOOTS

  • 19 goals - David Malamura, Croatia SC A – Premier Division
  • 22 goals - Steven Deblasio, ICSF Columbus FC A – Division 1
  • 22 goals - Emmanuel Ekeh, BCT Rover Tigers United U21 – Under 21 Division
  • 17 goals - Gavin Lytton, Vancouver Strikers – Division 2A
  • 20 goals - Michael Long, Gastown FC – Division 2B
  • 15 goals - Eoin Brady, Strathcona United – Division 3A
  • 15 goals - Arran Murphy, West Coast Saints – Division 3B
  • 17 goals - Sunmin Kim, FC Ui – Division 3C
  • 27 goals - Tiarnan King, Coq Metro Ford M-A PCE – Over 35 Premier Division
  • 17 goals - Jesse Symons, NVFC Norvan Lions M-A – Over 35 Division 1
  • 16 goals - Branko Jerkovic, FC Serbia United M-A – Over 35 Division 2
  • 25 goals - Kevin Colbow, ICSF Columbus FC M-B – Over 45 Premier Division
  • 24 goals - Peter Petrean, Pacific 96ers – Over 45 Division 1
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2016-17 VMSL Recap

2017 Mens Nationial Championships

Club Inter participated in their first senior men's national championship from Oct 4 - 9 in Surrey BC. Despite losing only one game in the gruelling five game tournament (to the eventual 2017 national champion club from Halifax) they finished outside of the medals.


Coquitlam Metro Ford PCE are repeat Western Canadian Masters Champions after going 3 and 0 in Edmonton from Sep 22 - 24 against Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba



2017 Mens Provincial Cup Champions

Congratulations to the following VMSL teams who contributed to the VMSL again sweeping the men's provincial cup championships in 2017:

  • Club Inter – Senior Men’s Provincial A Cup Champions
    MVP – Erman Ozkan
  • Coq Metro Ford PCE – Deryl Hughes Masters Over 35 Provincial Cup Champions
    MVP – Cliff Vaghy
  • Pacific United LFC U21 – Doug Day Under 21 Provincial Cup Champions
    MVP – Rajvir Basi
  • Vancouver Greencaps A – Keith Millar Senior Men’s Provincial B Cup Champions
    MVP – James Kind


2017 Mens Provincial Cup Qualifying Teams

Congratulations to the 27 VMSL teams who have qualified for Provincial Cup play in 2017 based on cup and/or league performance:

  • Coq Metro Ford A Wolves*, Pegasus FC A* (holders), West Van FC A, Rovers Tigers United A, Croatia SC A, Club Inter, Westside FC A – Senior Men’s Provincial A Cup
  • Westside FC M, NVFC Norvan Lions M-A, Coq Metro Ford PCE* (holders), West Van FC M, ICSF Columbus FC M-A, Croatia SC M-A, PCOV M-A – Deryl Hughes Masters Over 35 Provincial Cup
  • EDC FC Burnaby U21*, West Van FC U21, Pacific United LFC U21, CCB Guildford FC U21* (holders), North Delta SC U21, Bby Selects W Eagles U21 – Doug Day Under 21 Provincial Cup
  • NVFC Norvan Storm A*, Bby Metro Athletic*, Bby Selects W Eagles A, 13th Legion FC, Vancouver Greencaps A, FC Serbia United A, Sarajevo FC A – Keith Millar Senior Men’s Provincial B Cup
*Seeded

Note 1: Coq Metro Ford Junior Wolves qualified for the U21 Cup through league play but opted out.
Note 2: Shaheen FC A qualified for the B Cup through league cup play but opted out.



2016-17 VMSL League Cup Champions

Congratulations to the following VMSL league cup champions this season:

  • Pegasus FC A – Imperial Cup Champions
  • NVFC Norvan Storm A – Division 2 Cup Champions
  • CCB Guildford FC U21 – Under 21 Cup Champions (repeat)
  • Westside FC M – Masters A Cup Champions
  • PCOV Masters B – Masters B Cup Champions (repeat)

2016-17 VMSL Divisional Champions

Congratulations to the following VMSL divisional champions this season:

  • Coquitlam Metro Ford A Wolves – Premier Division Champions (repeat)
  • Rino's Tigers – Division 1 Champions
  • Estrella de Chile FC Burnaby U21 – Under 21 Division Champions (repeat)
  • Burnaby Metro Athletic – Division 2A Champions
  • Burnaby Selects White Eagles A – Division 2B Champions
  • Metropolitan B – CAT Division Champions
  • Royal City SC A – Division 3A Champions
  • Bosna SC – Division 3B Champions
  • Coquitlam Metro Ford Lupi – Division 3C Champions
  • Coquitlam Metro Ford M-A PCE – Over 35 Premier Division Champions
  • West Van FC Flying Horses – Over 35 Division 1 Champions
  • Meraloma FC M-A – Over 35 Division 2 Champions
  • PCOV Masters B – Over 45 Premier Division Champions
  • NK Hrvat Breville – Over 45 Division 1 Champions


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2015-16 VMSL Recap

2016 Mens National Champions

Congratulations to the following VMSL teams who have done well in national championship competition in fall 2016:

  • Coquitlam Metro Ford PCE – Western Canadian Masters Champions (Manitoba September 23rd - 25th)

2016 Mens Provincial Cup Champions

Congratulations to the following VMSL teams who contributed to the VMSL again sweeping the men's provincial cup championships in 2016:

  • Pegasus FC – Senior Men’s Provincial A Cup Champions
  • Coquitlam Metro Ford PCE – Deryl Hughes Masters Over 35 Provincial Cup Champions
  • Guildford FC U21 – Doug Day Under 21 Provincial Cup Champions
  • Campo Atletico – Keith Millar Senior Men’s Provincial B Cup Champions

Highlight packages from every final as well as the full matches can be viewed via the BCSA website at: https://adultprovincials.bcsoccer.net/home

2015-16 VMSL League Cup Champions

Congratulations to the following VMSL league cup champions this season:

  • Coquitlam Metro Ford Wolves A – Imperial Cup Champions
  • Campo Atletico – Division 2 Cup Champions
  • Guildford FC U21 – Under 21 Cup Champions
  • ICSF Columbus Masters A – Masters A Cup Champions
  • PCOV Masters B – Masters B Cup Champions
100's of pictures from every final (except Masters B) can be viewed on this web site under Cup Play


 2015-16 VMSL Divisional Champions

Congratulations to the following VMSL divisional champions this season:

  • Coquitlam Metro Ford Wolves A – Premier Division Champions
  • Westside FC A – Division 1 Champions
  • Estrella de Chile FC Burnaby U21 – Under 21 Division Champions
  • GN Sporting Club – Division 2A Champions
  • Rino’s Fury A – Division 2B Champions
  • Surrey United B – CAT Division Champions
  • SU Extreme A – Division 3A Champions
  • Unicorns FC – Division 3B Champions
  • Burnaby Metro Athletic – Division 3C Champions
  • PCOV M-A – Over 35 Premier Division Champions
  • Vancouver United FC Rangers M-A – Over 35 Division 1 Champions
  • North Coquitlam United FC Shooters – Over 35 Division 2 Champions
  • Vancouver United FC Rangers M-B – Over 45 Premier Division Champions
  • Vancouver Spartans – Over 45 Division 1 Champions