BCSPL U13 Intake Frequently Asked Questions
Starting September 2023, BC Soccer has mandated 9 v 9 soccer for the Under 13 age group (2011 birth year) across the Province. Current U13 (2010 birth year) will be the last age group to play an Intake and full U13 season within the BCSPL. Therefore, for September 2023 onwards clubs would not have teams entering the BCSPL in the U13 Intake. The 2011 Birth Year will commence the Under 14 (Intake) for September 2024.
BCSPL Frequently Asked Questions
CMFSC supports the CSA Long-Term Player Development Model, which states: "Soccer is the primary sport, but complimentary sports are encouraged which support movement and athleticism suitable to soccer..."
So yes, you can play other sports, but players must make soccer their primary commitment. Players are expected to be in attendance for all training session and games. The actual interpretation of what level of commitment is required will be up to the team coaches and will vary with the age of the player.
Please follow the following link to our club registration page to register
Registration will be open December 1st.
Payment is due:
- 1st instalment - December 15th
- 2nd instalment - February 15th
- 3rd instalment - April 15th
Once the first instalment is made, the second and third instalment will be deducted automatically from the credit card made with original payment on the respective dates.Click here to register
CMFSC is continually assessing players within and outside the BCSPL program. Any player interested in being evaluated for consideration should visit our BCSPL Evaluation page here (current CMFSC BCSPL players should not use this registration form, this is for non CMFSC players).
Please note all requests will be reviewed, but all players may not be invited into an evaluation session, however all players will be contacted by the respective team coaches. As per the BCSPL guidelines, we are also obligated to inform the player's current club prior to communication with the player.
First you will need to log into your Power Up account. You can edit your credit card on file at anytime.
Once you are logged in:
- Go to Profile >> Payment Profiles
- Click Edit
- Enter your new credit card information.
For members with recurring payments or other payment plans, the new credit card information will be used for those future transactions.
Teams train a minimum of three times per week:
- Boys train Monday, Wednesday, Thursday
- Girls train Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday
April 1st training locations and times will be adjusted as the club's allocations change for the Spring/Summer allocation schedule.
CMFSC runs the following BCSPL age groups
|Under 13 Boys||Under 13 Girls|
|Under 14 Boys||Under 14 Girls|
|Under 15 Boys||Under 15 Girls|
|Under 16 Boys||Under 16 Girls|
|Under 17 Boys||Under 17 Girls|
|Under 18 Boys||Under 18 Girls|
Teams train at Coquitlam Town Center fields as well as at Charles Best High School. Home games are held at Town Center.
|Age Group||2023 Reg Fee||Per Payment|
|Under 13 (2010)**||$1,935.00||$645.00|
|Under 14 (2009)
Under 15 (2008)
Under 16 (2007)
Under 17 (2006)
|Under 18 (2005)*||$1,335||$445|
Fees for travel have been included in registration fees. If there is any extra travel, teams will pay individually (example with the addition of Nanaimo in younger age groups may cause more trips to the island).
- Under 13 to Under 17 have been budgeted with two trips to the Island and two trips to the Okanagan.
- Under 18's have been budgeted with one trip to the island and one trip to the Okanagan.
*fees are reduced for the Under 18 age group reflect reduced uniforms/team apparel and only 6 month season (January to June).
**fees for U13 BCSPL are reduced because they will not receive new uniforms or club wear.
December 15th (1st instalment)
February 15th (2nd instalment)
April 15th (3rd instalment)
Fees include the following:
- League Registration Fee
- Club Administration
- Website Support
- BCSPL Technical Director
- Goalkeeping Instruction
- Speed & Agility Program
- University Recruitment Program
- Video Analysis
- Coaching Costs
- Referee Costs
- Uniforms, training gear, tracksuits, bag, etc. *see exception above
- Game Day Costs
NOTE: Additional tournament fees apply if teams travel to tournaments outside of the league.
BC Soccer and CMFSC are committed to a comprehensive approach to improve player development in British Columbia, ultimately, to make Canada a strong soccer nation. Part of the broad-based plan was the creation and development of a high performance league in BC. The league is known as the "BC Soccer Premier League".
The BC Soccer Premier League will deliver on the following key development initiatives;
- Supports the CSA's "Player First" mentality and its Long Term Player Development strategy.
- Harmonizes all high performance levels of programming.
- Eliminates fixture/program congestion and provides greater clarity for all stakeholders.
- Works with existing and supporting development program structures.
- Drives improvements to all aspects of high performance soccer. /li>
- Consolidates both player and coaching talent to facilitate the best players training and playing against and with the best
The U13 Age Group - Unlimited with no re-entry within the same half.
The U14 to U18 Age Group - Seven (7) substitutions within the match with no re-entry within the same half and unlimited substitutions at half-time.
CMFSC is proud of our line up of Technical Staff and Team Coaches. Many of our coaches have vast playing and coaching experience at the top levels of the game in Canada. There are also a number of them who have played for the club in the past and understand the standards and playing style that CMFSC desires.Click here to view our Technical Staff and Team Coaches.