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Posted 6/27/2022 Ref # 138

2021-22 VMSL Award Winners Announced


The VMSL is pleased to announce the 2021-22 VMSL Award winners

The 2021-22 VMSL MVP Nick Soolsma was the 2021-22 Premier Golden Boot and received the most votes for inclusion in the All-Star team from opposing teams.

The 2021-22 VMSL Ted Hans Coach of the Year lifted the inaugural William Azzi Trophy for the Premier Division title as well as the 2022 Senior Men's Provincial A Cup (repeating after a two year layover due to Covid)

The 2021-22 Alex Bell Memorial Trophy Winner (VMSL Official of the Year) Dieter Trenkel bravely tackled and warded off knife wielding street kids who chased an elderly gentlemen into the middle of a VMSL game


 
Posted 6/15/2022 Ref # 137

2021-22 VMSL All Stars

As determined by the collective input of 2021-22 Premier Division teams

Starting 11

GK: 
Andrew Metcalfe – BB5 United A CCB

D: 
Marcel De Jong – BB5 United A CCB
Elie Gindo – BB5 United A CCB
Chris Fisher – VUFC Hibernian
Rayan Ashley – Coq Metro Ford A Wolves

M:
Adam Jones – Coq Metro Ford A Wolves
Isaac Kyei – Rinos VSC Coastal
Alex Morello – Inter EDC A
Cam Hundal – BCT Rovers Hurricanes A

F:
Nick Soolsma – BCT Rovers Hurricanes A
Carlo Basso – Coq Metro Ford A Wolves


Honourable Mention

Nick Morello – BB5 United A CCB
Sean Northcote – Rinos VSC Coastal
Bjorn Borren – NVFC Norvan A
Rahid Raheim – BCT Rovers Hurricanes A
Joey Mijaljevic – Croatia SC A
Niko Papakyriakopoulos – Inter EDC A
Cam Kamensek – Rinos VSC Coastal
Ty Venhola – Croatia SC
Alex Lennselius – VUFC Hibernian
Massud Habibullah – Inter EDC A
Caleb Clarke – BB5 United A CCB
Dylan Bams – West Van FC A
Andre Herath – NVFC Norvan A


 
Posted 2/10/2022 Ref # 136

Vancouver Sporting Legend leaves us at 82

The soccer world lost another local Vancouver legend with the passing of BC Soccer Life Member and extraordinary athlete Roy Nosella who won two Sun BC Youth Championships in the 50's, the 1964 national club championship with Columbus FC, and was a UBC and Pacific Coast League golden boot. He shone in baseball locally and was drafted by the Pittsburgh Pirates. He played Varsity basketball and was a hall of fame boxer. He served as a BC Soccer Director for nine years and then served as a VMSL Director for seven years.



 
Posted 1/10/2022 Ref # 134

Vancouver Soccer Legend leaves us at 84

The soccer world lost a local Vancouver legend with the passing of BC Soccer Life Member Bob Allen who won two Sun BC Youth Championships, two national club championships playing with Vancouver Firefighters, was appointed a FIFA Referee from 1983 to 1987, served as a BC Soccer Director for ten years to 1997 and served as a VMSL Director for over a decade, continuing to referee throughout (FIFA / CSL / CSA / BCSA / VMSL / MWSL etc.)



 
Posted 10/29/2021 Ref # 130

VMSL Match of the Week

The VMSL is filming and posting a Match of the Week and highlight package

 
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    2018 Senior Men's Provincial A Cup Champions - BCT Rovers Tigers United
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    2017 Masters A Cup Champions, Westside FC M - April 1, 2017
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    BC Senior Men's Provincial B Cup Champions, Vancouver Greencaps - May 28, 2017
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    2018 Over 35 Men's Provincial A Cup Champions - Estrella de Chile 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 Premier Division Champions - BCT Rovers Tigers United
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    2018-19 VMSL Imperial Cup Action
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    2017-18 VMSL Masters A Cup Champions - EDF FC Burnaby M
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    2018-19 VMSL Imperial Cup Champions - West Van FC
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    2018-18 VMSL Division 2 Cup Champions - Metropolitan FC A
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    2017-18 VMSL Division 2 Cup MVP - Matthew Krivak - Coq Metro Ford Lupi
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    2017 Division 2 Cup Champions, NVFC Norvan Storm A - April 1, 2017
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    2022 VMSL Division 1 Cup Champions - Columbus FC A
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    2018 Provincial Cup Commentators
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    2018 Senior Men's Provincial B Cup Champions - Vancouver Strikers
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    2022 VMSL U21 Cup Champions - Fusion FC U21
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    Coq Metro Ford A Wolves vs EDC FC Burnaby A - September 23, 2016
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    2018-19 VMSL Masters A Cup Champions - PCOV M-A
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    2022 Senior Men's Provincial B Cup Champions - VUFC Snipers A
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    2018 Under 21 Men's Provincial Cup Champions - West Van FC U21
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    Ruben Tremarco VMSL VP presents trophy to 2017-18 Premier Division Champions
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    2018-19 VMSL U21 Cup Champions - TSS FC U21
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    2017-18 VMSL Division 2 Cup Champions - Coq Metro Ford Lupi
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    BC Senior Men's O35 Provincial Cup Champions, Metro Ford PCE - May 28, 2017
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    2018 Senior Men's National Club Champions - BCT Rovers Tigers United
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    2017-18 VMSL Imperial Cup Champions - Rino's Tigers
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    2018-19 VMSL U21 Cup MVP - John Joseph - TSS FC U21
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    2022 VMSL Masters A Cup Champions - Port Moody SC M Rangers
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    Western Canadian O35 Men's Champions, Metro-Ford PCE - Oct 2, 2017
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    2019 Senior Men's Provincial A Cup Champions - CCB LFC United
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    2017-18 VMSL Masters B Cup MVP - Kevin Colbow - ICSF Columbus FC M-B
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    BC Under 21 Men's Provincial Cup Champions, Pacific United LFC - May 14, 2017
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    2017-18 VMSL Imperial Cup MVP - Declan Rodriguez - Rino's Tigers
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    2022 VMSL Masters B Cup Champions - Gastown Astro FC M
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    2017-18 VMSL U21 Cup Champions - West Van FC U21
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    2022 Senior Men's Provincial A Cup Champions - BB5 United A CCB
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    2017 Imperial Cup Champions, Pegasus FC A - April 1, 2017
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    2021-22 VMSL William Azzi Cup Winners (Premier Division Champions) - BB5 United A CCB
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    BC Senior Men's Provincial A Cup Champions, Club Inter - May 14, 2017
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    2019 Over 35 Men's Provincial B Cup Champions - Harps FC M
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    2022 VMSL Division 2 Cup Champions - Vancouver Harps FC A
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    2018-19 VMSL All Star Team
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    2019 Over 35 Men's Provincial A Cup Champions - PCOV M-A
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    2018-19 VMSL Imperial Cup MVP - Shane Howard - West Van FC
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    2018-19 VMSL Division 2 Cup MVP - Derek Monkman - Metropolitan FC A
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    2017-18 VMSL U21 Cup MVP - Chase Taylor-Robins - West Van FC U21
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    2018-19 VMSL Masters B Cup Champions (Repeat) - ICSF Columbus FC M-B
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    2019 Senior Men's National Club Champions - CCB LFC (BB5) United
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    2017 Masters B Cup (Repeat) Champions, PCOV M-B - April 1, 2017
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    2019 Senior Men's Provincial B Cup Champions - Metropolitan FC A
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    2017 U21 Cup (Repeat) Champions, CCB Guildford FC U21 - April 1, 2017
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    2018-19 VMSL Premier Division Champions - Croatia SC A
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    2017-18 VMSL Masters A Cup MVP - Bernard Rockson - EDC FC Burnaby M
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    2018-19 VMSL Masters A Cup MVP - Mark Gomes - PCOV M-A
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    2018-19 VMSL Imperial Cup MVP - Shane Howard - West Van FC
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    2022 Imperial Cup Champions - VUFC Hibernian
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    2019 Under 21 Men's Provincial Cup Champions - Faly Academy Soccer U21
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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 MVP - Warren Williams - ICSF Columbus FC M-B

     
     
VMSL Premier Division Weekly Schedule
 

2021-22 VMSL Recap


2022 Men's Provincial Cup Champions

Congratulations to the following VMSL teams who won a men's provincial cup championship in 2022:

  • BB5 United A CCB (repeat) – (100th) Senior Men’s Provincial A Cup Champions
    MVP – Harry Lakhan
  • Port Moody SC M Rangers – Deryl Hughes Masters Over 35 Provincial Cup Champions
    MVP – Ahmadreza Baghban
  • Fusion FC U21 – Doug Day Under 21 Provincial Cup Champions
    MVP – Tommy Millar
  • VUFC Snipers A – Keith Millar Senior Men’s Provincial B Cup Champions
    MVP – Hans Ghezzi
  • Columbus FC M-B – (Inaugural) Masters Over 45 Provincial Cup Champions
    MVP – Frank Mollica

2022 Men's Provincial Cup Qualifying Teams

Congratulations to the VMSL teams who have qualified for Provincial Cup play in 2022 based on league and/or cup performance: 

  • BB5 United A CCB*, Rinos VSC Coastal*, Coq Metro Ford A Wolves, Inter EDC A, BCT Rovers Hurricanes A, West Van FC A – Senior Men’s Provincial A Cup (100th Anniversary) (6/6)
  • SFC Pegasus M TU*, Columbus FC M-A, Port Moody SC M Rangers*, Inter EDC M, Westside FC M-A, West Van FC M – Deryl Hughes Masters Over 35 Provincial A Cup (6/6^)
  • Langley United A, Columbus FC Juniors, Fusion FC U21*, Strathcona Primo FC U21 – Doug Day Under 21 Provincial Cup (4/4)
  • VUFC Snipers A, FC Romania A, West Van FC B, Vancouver Harps FC A*, Guildford FC, Lobbans FC, Gastown Astro FC A – Keith Millar Senior Men’s Provincial B Cup (7/7)
  • Croatia SC Vatreni M-A*, Shaheen FC M-A, Gastown Astro FC M – Masters Over 35 Provincial B Cup (3/3)
  • Croatia SC Vatreni M-B*, Columbus FC M-B*SFC Temple M, FC Romania M-B, PCOV M-B, NVFC Norvan M-B, FK Nikola Tesla M-B, Shaheen FC M-B Persepolis – (Inaugural) Masters Over 45 Provincial Cup (8/8)
*Seeded
^VMSL granted a sixth spot on Mar 9, 2022

Note: VUFC Hibernian have qualified but opted out of the Senior Men's Provincial A Cup
Note: Inter EDC #1 Academy have qualified but opted out of the Senior Men's Provincial B Cup
Note: FC Serbia United M-B and South Delta FC have qualified but opted out of the Over 45 Men's Provincial Cup



2021-22 VMSL League Cup Champions

Congratulations to the following VMSL league cup champions this season:

  • VUFC Hibernian – Imperial Cup Champions
    MVP: Chris Fisher

  • Columbus FC A – Division 1 Cup Champions
    MVP: John Brendan McEown

  • Vancouver Harps FC A – Division 2 Cup Champions
    MVP: Andrew O'Connor

  • FC Serbia United Narps – Division 3 Cup Champions
    MVP: Victor Gouchee

  • Fusion FC U21 – Under 21 Cup Champions
    MVP: Hargun Sidhu

  • Port Moody SC M Rangers – Masters A Cup Champions
    MVP: Omari Aldridge

  • Gastown Astro FC M – Masters B Cup Champions
    MVP: Stephen Dolhagaray

2021-22 LEAGUE CUP GOLDEN BOOTS

  • 3 Goals - Pablo Zubiria, Metropolitan FC A – Imperial Cup
  • 3 Goals - John Brendan McEown, Columbus FC A and
    James Cameron, Coastal FC and
    Tyreese Meas, Coastal FC and
    Mateo Brazhina, Coq Metro Ford Lupi – Division 1 Cup
  • 4 Goals - Andrew O'Connor, Vancouver Harps FC A – Division 2 Cup
  • 4 Goals - James Catliff, VUFC Balaclava and
    Liam O'Ceallaigh, West Coast Celts
     – Division 3 Cup
  • 7 Goals - James Bartha, Langley United A – Under 21 Cup
  • 4 Goals - Steve Deblasio, Columbus FC A and
    Jeff Rogers, Port Moody SC M Rangers
     – Masters A Cup
  • 6 Goals - Eoin Brady, Strathcona Primo FC M – Masters B Cup
2021-22 LEAGUE CUP GOLDEN GLOVES

  • 1 shutout - Four GKs tied – Imperial Cup
  • 1 shutout - Five GKs tied – Division 1 Cup
  • 2 shutouts - Dimitri Naef, Rinos Rangers and
        Victor Gouchee, FC Serbia United Narps - Division 2 Cup
  • 3 shutouts - Chris McAlpine, Mainland Athletic and
        
    Victor Gouchee, FC Serbia United Narps – Division 3 Cup
  • 2 shutouts - Hargun Sidhu, Fusion FC U21 – Under 21 Cup
  • 3 shutouts - Andy Singh, SFC Pegasus M TU – Masters A Cup
  • 2 shutouts - Four GKs tied – Masters B Cup

2021-22 VMSL Divisional Champions

Congratulations to the following VMSL divisional champions this season:

  • BB5 United A CCB – Premier Division Champions
  • Columbus FC A – Division 1A Champions
  • Rinos Fury – Division 1B Champions
  • Langley United A – Under 21 Division Champions
  • VUFC Snipers A – Division 2A Champions
  • FC Romania A – Division 2B Champions
  • Bingers Army Whistler – Division 3A Champions
  • Guildford FC – Division 3B Champions
  • FC Serbia United Narps – Division 3C Champions
  • Mlima FC – Division 4 Champions
  • SFC Pegasus M TU – Over 35 Premier Division Champions
  • Croatia SC Vatreni M-A – Over 35 Division 1 Champions
  • Gastown Astro FC M – Over 35 Division 2 Champions
  • Croatia SC Vatreni M-B – Over 45 Premier Division Champions
  • FK Nikola Tesla M-B – Over 45 Division 1 Champions
  • Surrey Dynamo – Over 45 Division 2 Champions

2021-22 DIVISIONAL GOLDEN BOOTS

27 goals - Nick Soolsma, BCT Rovers Hurricanes A - Premier Division

13 goals - Ryan Arthur, Columbus FC A - Division 1A

18 goals - Pablo Zubiria, Metropolitan FC A - Division 1B

19 goals - Dawson Brown, Port Moody SC U21 - U21 Division
 James Bartha, Langley United A

28 goals - Gaurav Bassi, Lobbans FC - Division 2A

18 goals - Gareth Allen-Symmons, Gastown Astro FC A - Division 2B

29 goals - Tyson Stager, Bingers Army Whistler - Division 3A

25 goals - James Catliff, VUFC Balaclava - Division 3B

19 goals - Radwan Ali, FC Serbia United Narps - Division 3C

22 goals - Michael Byrne, Mlima FC - Division 4

17 goals - Ryan Powell, SFC Pegasus M TU - Over 35 Premier Division

14 goals - Barry Moscone, Croatia SC Vatreni M-AOver 35 Division 1

25 goals - Geoffrey Ryan, Strathcona Primo FC MOver 35 Division 2

10 goals - Kevin Colbow, Columbus FC M-BOver 45 Premier Division
 Branko Jerkovic, FC Serbia United M-B
 Maarten Koorn, Croatia SC Vatreni M-B
 Kenneth Strain, Columbus FC M-B

21 goals - Gary Bodwal, Columbus FC LionsOver 45 Division 1

24 goals - Jozef Demcak, Surrey DynamoOver 45 Division 2


2021-22 DIVISIONAL GOLDEN GLOVES

11 shutouts - Andrew Metcalfe, BB5 United A CCB - Premier Division

8 shutouts - Jared Horvath, Port Moody SC A - Division 1A
       Lucas Menz, Columbus FC A

6 shutouts - Peter Whyte, Westside FC A - Division 1B

5 shutouts - Dylan Sadgrove, Columbus FC Juniors - U21 Division
     Hargun Sidhu, Fusion FC U21

10 shutouts - Luke Hardie, VUFC Snipers A - Division 2A

7 shutouts - Michael Kanopoulos, FC Romania A - Division 2B

7 shutouts - Patrick Quaile, West Coast Celts - Division 3A

7 shutouts - Jasper Leong-Chung, Metropolitan FC B - Division 3B

8 shutouts - Victor Gouchee, FC Serbia United Narps - Division 3C

6 shutouts - Bruce Shearer, VAFC A Dynamo - Division 4

5 shutouts - Andy Singh, SFC Pegasus M TU - Over 35 Premier Division

7 shutouts - Scott Cardwell, Rinos Bulldogs M-A - Over 35 Division 1

12 shutouts - Ian Twomey, Strathcona Primo FC M - Over 35 Division 2

5 shutouts - Didar Sandhu, Croatia SC Vatreni M-B - Over 45 Premier Division

6 shutouts - Lloyd Uliana, SFC Vancouver Rangers - Over 45 Division 1

7 shutouts - Mark Williams, Surrey Dynamo - Over 45 Division 2 



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2019-20 VMSL Recap


2020 Men's Provincial Cup Qualifying Teams

Congratulations to the VMSL teams who had already qualified based on league performance for the 2020 Provincial Cup that was cancelled: 

  • Rino's Tigers, Croatia SC A, West Van FC A, BCT Rovers Hurricanes A – Senior A Men’s Provincial Cup
  • West Van FC M*, Club Inter EDC Bby M, PCOV M-A, SFC Pegasus M TU, ICSF Columbus FC M-A – Deryl Hughes Masters Over 35 Men's Provincial Cup
  • Faly Academy Soccer U21, ICSF Columbus FC Juniors – Doug Day Under 21 Men's Provincial Cup
  • ICSF Columbus FC M-B, PCOV M-B, Westside FC M-B, Romania FC M-B, NVFC Norvan M-B, South Delta FC – Over 45 Men’s Provincial Cup (NEW)
  • Metropolitan FC A – Keith Millar Senior Men's Provincial B Cup
    • Rino's Bulldogs M-A, Vancouver Harps FC M –  Over 35 Men’s Provincial B Cup
    *Seeded



    2019-20 VMSL Divisional Champions

    Congratulations to the following VMSL divisional champions this season:

    • Rino's Tigers – Premier Division Champions*
    • Richmond FC Hibernian – Division 1 Champions
    • Faly Academy Soccer U21 – Under 21 Division Champions*
    • Metropolitan FC A – Division 2A Champions
    • FC Serbia United A – Division 2B Champions*
    • Siaron FC – Division 3A Champions*
    • West Van FC B – Division 3B Champions*
    • Lobbans FC – Division 3C Champions*
    • West Van FC M – Over 35 Premier Division Champions
    • Rino's Bulldogs M-A – Over 35 Division 1 Champions (repeat)
    • Coq Metro Ford Shooters – Over 35 Division 2 Champions
    • ICSF Columbus FC M-B – Over 45 Premier Division Champions (threepeat)
    • Vancouver Rangers M-B – Over 45 Division 1 Champions
    • SFC Temple M-B – Over 45 Division 2 Champions
    * Due to Covid-19 pandemic, season commuted near completion and six of 14 divisional championships awarded on points per game basis.


    2019-20 DIVISIONAL GOLDEN BOOTS

    34 goals - Farivar Torabi Sereshki, Rinos Tigers – Premier Division

    19 goals - Sebastian Dzikowski, Richmond FC Hibernian – Division 1

    20 goals - Pierce Moore, Club Inter EDC Bby Micro Footie – Under 21 Division

    25 goals - Milad Mehrabi, Shaheen FC A – Division 2A

    16 goals - Sam O'Connor, Vancouver Harps FC A – Division 2B

    18 goals - Sean Collins, Siaron FC – Division 3A
     Jeff Lee, Burnaby Selects W Eagles B

    20 goals - Joshveer Kang, SFC Temple A – Division 3B

    21 goals - Samuel Leroux, Regent College FC – Division 3C

    15 goals - Ryan Powell, SFC Pegasus M TU – Over 35 Premier Division

    16 goals - Jonathan Snow, Meraloma FC M-A – Over 35 Division 1

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

    17 goals - Ingo Bludau, Westside FC M-B – Over 45 Premier Division

    17 goals - Gary Bodwal, ICSF Columbus FC Lions – Over 45 Division 1

    17 goals - Peter Singh, SFC Temple M-B – Over 45 Division 2


    2019-20 DIVISIONAL GOLDEN GLOVES

    6 shutouts - Lukas Strauts, Rinos Tigers – Premier Division

    shutouts - Colton Cook, Richmond FC Hibernian – Division 1

    shutouts - Emil Gazdov, Faly Academy Soccer U21 – Under 21 Division

    shutouts - Derek Monkman, Metropolitan FC A – Division 2A

    shutouts Chris O'Connor, Bingers Army – Division 2B
         Gavin Hogan, Vancouver Harps FC A
         Aleks Kalajdzic, FC Serbia United A
         Garrett O'Connell, GFC United Lions A

    10 shutouts - Patrick Comiskey, Siaron FC – Division 3A
          Jayden Maharaj, Burnaby Selects W Eagles B

    11 shutouts Romain Penet, France FC – Division 3B

    10 shutouts - Peter Mothe, Bombastic FC A – Division 3C

    shutouts Hugo Vasquez, Club Inter EDC Bby M – Over 35 Premier Division

    shutouts Brad Bodenheimer, Vancouver Harps FC M – Over 35 Division 1

    shutouts  - Alex Franke, Unicorns FC M – Over 35 Division 2

    shutouts - Tom Huntley, PCOV M-B – Over 45 Premier Division

    shutouts Lloyd Uliana, Vancouver Rangers M-B – Over 45 Division 1

    shutouts - Gurdeep Johal, SFC Temple M-B – Over 45 Division 2


    Note: Tied players listed in descending order of goals per game and shutouts per game due to commuted season.


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    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

    22 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