Team Placement Process

Team Placement Process

Team Placement Information

The CMFSC Team Placement Process aims to place players where they can play in an environment that promotes a lifelong enjoyment of physical activity and the game. By providing multiple team levels within an age group, we allow players to play where they are assessed based on their level of ability at that moment in time.

Over the course of the season, our Club monitors the placement and development of all players within the Club through team coach mid-season and year-end evaluation submissions, Senior CMF technical staff and Age Group Head Coach observations, and feedback from additional Club programming (eg. Training Program, Camps, Prospects Games). Players are seen at multiple times during the season in a variety of environments and information is collected by a number of different individuals to build a more complete picture of a player and where they belong. We respect and value the opinions we receive and make our decisions on player placement in the best interests of our players and their long-term player development.

All members should review our new Refund Policy before accepting a spot with any team. Our refund policy has changed from previous seasons.  

CMFSC Program Leaders:

Teams will be offered at the following divisions for the 2024-2025 Fall/Winter Season:

Age Group Birth Year Gender Level
Under 4 - Under 7 2021 - 2018 Boys & Girls One level of play
Under 8 - Under 10 2017 - 2015 Boys & Girls Development, Community (House)
Under 11 - Under 13 2014 - 2012 Boys & Girls Division 1, Division 2, Division 3 (House)
Under 14 - Under 16 2011 - 2009 Boys & Girls BCSPL, Division 1, Division 2, Division 3
Under 17 - Under 18 2008 - 2007 Boys & Girls BCSPL, Metro*, Division 1, Division 2, Division 3

CMFSC Club technical staff will determine the number of teams and roster sizes for each age group and level after assessing both the ability and number of the players that register.

* Metro is no longer offered within the BC Coastal Soccer League for players born after 2008.

** For more information about BCSPL, please click HERE.

Please review the below Team Placement Process for each age group as they may differ for age group and level:


Under 8 - Under 10 Two Streams

Coquitlam Metro-Ford Soccer Club provides two streams for Under 8 - Under 10 League Players: Community Stream (previously known as House) Development Stream.

Both streams offer players the opportunity to develop technical ability, comprehension of team play and formations, and individual agility, balance and coordination in a fun and challenging environment. The goal of ability based teams is to allow all players to play at their current skill and confidence level. We want all players to be challenged, to build their skills and to enjoy their playing experiences which supports Long Term Player Development. With two development streams, our league teams are more balanced in overall ability which allows for a more productive learning environment and offers all players/teams a chance for success.

Community and Development teams are formed at Under 8 based on technical staff identification during the Under 7 Initiation Program, CMFSC Training Programs, and CMFSC Camps. Prospects rosters will have a smaller amount of players to allow for continued movement from the Community stream. Technical staff will work with team officials to provide opportunities for Community stream players to practice and play games with Development teams as the season allows. There is no timeline on the player development pathway - each individual athlete is unique. As a result, changes to rosters may be made before, during, or after a season on player placement for all U8 - U10 age groups.

There will not be formal try-out/evaluation dates for these players as all players have been assessed through our year-round program. 

Newly registered players to the Club will be placed on a Community team unless identified through Spring, Summer, or Fall/Winter Season programs.

Some Guiding Principles

  • Year-round assessment of players by technical staff coaches, Age Group Head Coaches, and volunteer coaches.
  • Upward promotion of players with limited downward demotion (typically only to enhance confidence/fun). 
  • Technical Staff support for all volunteer coaches in the age group.

Coquitlam Metro-Ford Soccer Club will form the following divisions for Under 11 for the 2024-2025 season:

Under 11 (2014) Division 1 Division 2 Division 3 (House)

Under 11 Division 3 (House) 

Information: The Division 3 (House) program is a community-based recreational division open to all players of any skill level, ability, and experience. We promote fun and learning, while supporting a healthy and active lifestyle for all players. All teams are coached by volunteer team officials, will have one practice a week, and a game on Saturdays for boys and Sundays for girls. 

Team Placement: Registered players will be placed on a Division 3 (House) team – there is no formal try-out or evaluation. Consideration for team placement is based on: 

  • Balance of all teams within the division (there may be multiple Division 3 (House) teams. 
  • Returning CMFSC player placement requests. 
  • Non-CMFSC player placement requests. 
  • Coach input on player selection.

All requests received for player placement will be reviewed but there is no guarantee that they will be granted.

Registration: Registration opens on Power Up on February 15th. We will review our registration numbers and start the process of forming teams after June 1st. *Age groups may sell-out prior to the June 1st based on roster maximums. We encourage all interested players to register as early as possible to avoid being waitlisted. Team rosters will be confirmed by August 1st.  


UNDER 11 DIVISION 1 & 2 

Information: Players are selected to play at the Division 1 & 2 levels within the Club. Current CMFSC players are assessed through our year-round programming (practices, games, academy, etc.). Players new to the Club are to attend a player identification session to better understand their level and fit within the Club.  

Team Placement: There are three pathways of placement. Please review your path below.  

PATHWAY 1: Current CMFSC players on Under 10 (2014) Development teams for the Fall/Winter 2023-2024 season have been and will continue to be monitored by Team Coaches, Age Group Head Coaches, and CMFSC Technical Staff Coaches during team practices, games, and additional programming (academy, camps, prospects games).  There will not be a formal try-out/evaluation date for these players.  

Registration: Returning players wanting to be considered for selection to Under 11 Division 1 & 2 must register for the 2024-2025 season on  Power Up  no later than February 20th, 2024. Registration will open on February 15th, 2024. Under 11 1 & 2 team rosters will be confirmed by email the first week of March. Players will have 24 hours to accept the placement offer.  

PATHWAY 2: Current CMFSC players on Under 10 (2014) Community (House) teams for the Fall/Winter 2023-2024 season have been and will continue to be monitored by Team Coaches, Age Group Head Coaches, and CMFSC Technical Staff Coaches during team practices, games, and additional programming (academy, camps, prospects games).   Player Identification Session Players that are interested in playing at Division 2 are to attend an OPEN Player Identification Session. A player identification session is a technical staff run session where club assessors evaluate and make decisions on team placement. Players must wear athletic clothing (shorts, t-shirt, trackpants, rain jacket, etc.), soccer cleats, and shin-pads. Technical staff will run players through a warm-up and play small-sided games for the session. Players may be mixed with different groups of players throughout the session. There are two sessions per age group with the first session being OPEN to all and the second being an invitation only. All players that attend the session will be emailed their placement for the ensuing season. To attend the Open Identification Player Session, players are to complete the Player Identification Interest Form HERE no later than Friday, February 9th.  

Registration: Returning players wanting to be considered for selection to Under 11 Division 1 & 2 must register for the 2024-2025 season on  Power Up  no later than February 20th, 2024. Registration will open on February 15th, 2024. Under 11 Division 1 & 2 team rosters will be confirmed by email the first week of March. Players will have 24 hours to accept the placement offer.  

PATHWAY 3: Players that are new to CMFSC that are interested in playing at the Division 1 or Division 2 level can attend the CMFSC hosted Identification Session. A player identification session is a technical staff run session where club assessors evaluate and make decisions on team placement. Players must wear athletic clothing (shorts, t-shirt, trackpants, rain jacket, etc.), soccer cleats, and shin-pads. Technical staff will run players through a warm-up and play small-sided games for the session. Players may be mixed with different groups of players throughout the session. There are two sessions per age group with the first session being OPEN to all and the second being an invitation only. All players that attend the session will be emailed their placement for the ensuing season. 

Registration: All players new to CMFSC that want to play Division 1 or Division 2 must register on Power Up for the Identification Session. To register, create an account and add your child on Power Up. Click in the registration centre and select "Under 11 Boys/Girls Identification Session". The cost is $25 and is non-refundable. If a player accepts a spot on any CMFSC for the 2024-2025 season, the $25 will be applied to the registration fees.  Registration is open and players must be registered prior to the first session.   Under 11 Division 1 & 2 team rosters will be confirmed by email the first week of March. Players will have 24 hours to accept the placement offer.  

Under 11 Identification Sessions Schedule: 

*CMFSC Under 10 Development (2014) players are not invited to attend these sessions.   

Session  Age Group Gender Birth Year Date Time Location
Session 1 - OPEN Under 11 Boys 2014 February 12, 2024 5:15pm - 6:30pm Town Centre North
Session 2 - Invite Only Under 11 Boys 2014 February 16, 2024 5:15pm - 6:30pm Town Centre North
Session 1 - OPEN Under 11 Girls 2014 February 12, 2024 5:15pm - 6:30pm Town Centre Cunnings
Session 2 - Invite Only Under 11 Girls 2014 February 16, 2024 5:15pm - 6:30pm Town Centre Cunnings

What should I expect at a Player Identification Session? A player identification session is a technical staff run session where club assessors evaluate and make decisions on team placement. Players must wear athletic clothing (shorts, t-shirt, trackpants, rain jacket, etc.), soccer cleats, and shin-pads. Technical staff will run players through a warm-up and play small-sided games for the session. Players may be mixed with different groups of players throughout the session. There are two sessions per age group with the first session being OPEN to all and the second being an invitation only. All players that attend the session will be emailed their placement for the ensuing season. 

Coquitlam Metro-Ford Soccer Club will form the following divisions for Under 12 for the 2024-2025 season:

Under 12 (2013) Division 1 Division 2 Division 3 (House)

Under 12 Community (House) 

Information: The Division 3 (House) program is a community-based recreational division open to all players of any skill level, ability, and experience. We promote fun and learning, while supporting a healthy and active lifestyle for all players. All teams are coached by volunteer team officials, will have one practice a week, and a game on Saturdays for boys and Sundays for girls. 

Team Placement: Registered players will be placed on a Division 3 (House) team – there is no formal try-out or evaluation. Consideration for team placement is based on: 

  • Balance of all teams within the division (there may be multiple Community (House) teams. 
  • Returning CMFSC player placement requests.
  • Non-CMFSC player placement requests.
  • Coach input on player selection.

All requests received for player placement will be reviewed but there is no guarantee that they will be granted.

Registration: Registration opens on Power Up on February 15th. We will review our registration numbers and start the process of forming teams after June 1st. *Age groups may sell-out prior to the June 1st based on roster maximums. We encourage all interested players to register as early as possible to avoid being waitlisted. Team rosters will be confirmed by August 1st.  


UNDER 12 DIVISION 1 & 2 

Information: Players are selected to play at the Division 1 & 2 levels within the Club. Current CMFSC players are assessed through our year-round programming (practices, games, academy, etc.). Players new to the Club are to attend a player identification session to better understand their level and fit within the Club.  

Team Placement: There are three pathways of placement. Please review your path below.  

PATHWAY 1: Current CMFSC players on Under 11 (2013) Division 1 & 2 teams for the Fall/Winter 2023-2024 season have been and will continue to be monitored by Team Coaches, Age Group Head Coaches, and CMFSC Technical Staff Coaches during team practices, games, and additional programming (academy, camps, prospects games).  There will not be a formal try-out/evaluation date for these players.  

Registration: Returning players wanting to be considered for selection to Under 12 Division 1 & 2 must register for the 2024-2025 season on  Power Up  no later than February 20th, 2024. Registration will open on February 15th, 2024. Under 12 1 & 2 team rosters will be confirmed by email the first week of March. Players will have 24 hours to accept the placement offer.  

PATHWAY 2: Current CMFSC players on Under 11 (2013) Division 3 (House) teams for the Fall/Winter 2023-2024 season have been and will continue to be monitored by Team Coaches, Age Group Head Coaches, and CMFSC Technical Staff Coaches during team practices, games, and additional programming (academy, camps, prospects games).   Player Identification Session Players that are interested in playing at Division 2 are to attend an OPEN Player Identification Session. A player identification session is a technical staff run session where club assessors evaluate and make decisions on team placement. Players must wear athletic clothing (shorts, t-shirt, trackpants, rain jacket, etc.), soccer cleats, and shin-pads. Technical staff will run players through a warm-up and play small-sided games for the session. Players may be mixed with different groups of players throughout the session. There are two sessions per age group with the first session being OPEN to all and the second being an invitation only. All players that attend the session will be emailed their placement for the ensuing season. To attend the Open Identification Player Session, players are to complete the Player Identification Interest Form HERE no later than Friday, February 9th.  

Registration: Returning players wanting to be considered for selection to Under 12 Division 1 & 2 must register for the 2024-2025 season on  Power Up  no later than February 20th, 2024. Registration will open on February 15th, 2024. Under 12 Division 1 & 2 team rosters will be confirmed by email the first week of March. Players will have 24 hours to accept the placement offer.  

PATHWAY 3: Players that are new to CMFSC that are interested in playing at the Division 1 or Division 2 level can attend the CMFSC hosted Identification Session. A player identification session is a technical staff run session where club assessors evaluate and make decisions on team placement. Players must wear athletic clothing (shorts, t-shirt, trackpants, rain jacket, etc.), soccer cleats, and shin-pads. Technical staff will run players through a warm-up and play small-sided games for the session. Players may be mixed with different groups of players throughout the session. There are two sessions per age group with the first session being OPEN to all and the second being an invitation only. All players that attend the session will be emailed their placement for the ensuing season. 

Registration: All players new to CMFSC that want to play Division 1 or Division 2 must register on Power Up for the Identification Session. To register, create an account and add your child on Power Up. Click in the registration centre and select "Out of Club Identification U12 Session". The cost is $25 and is non-refundable. If a player accepts a spot on any CMFSC for the 2024-2025 season, the $25 will be applied to the registration fees.  Registration is open and players must be registered prior to the first session. Under 12 Division 1 & 2 team rosters will be confirmed by email the first week of March. Players will have 24 hours to accept the placement offer.  

Under 12 Identification Sessions Schedule: 

*CMFSC Under 11 Division 1 & 2 (2013) players are not invited to attend these sessions.   

Session  Age Group Gender Birth Year Date Time Location
Session 1 - OPEN Under 12 Boys 2013 February 12, 2024 6:45pm - 8:00pm Town Centre North
Session 2 - Invite Only Under 12 Boys 2013 February 16, 2024 6:45pm - 8:00pm Town Centre North
Session 1 - OPEN Under 12 Girls 2013 February 12, 2024 6:45pm - 8:00pm Town Centre Cunnings
Session 2 - Invite Only Under 12 Girls 2013 February 16, 2024 6:45pm - 8:00pm Town Centre Cunnings

What should I expect at a Player Identification Session? A player identification session is a technical staff run session where club assessors evaluate and make decisions on team placement. Players must wear athletic clothing (shorts, t-shirt, trackpants, rain jacket, etc.), soccer cleats, and shin-pads. Technical staff will run players through a warm-up and play small-sided games for the session. Players may be mixed with different groups of players throughout the session. There are two sessions per age group with the first session being OPEN to all and the second being an invitation only. All players that attend the session will be emailed their placement for the ensuing season. 

Coquitlam Metro-Ford Soccer Club will form the following divisions for Under 13 for the 2024-2025 season:

Under 13 (2012) Division 1 Division 2 Division 3 (House)

Under 13 Division 3 

Information: The Division 3 (House) program is a community-based recreational division open to all players of any skill level, ability, and experience. We promote fun and learning, while supporting a healthy and active lifestyle for all players. All teams are coached by volunteer team officials, will have one practice a week, and a game on Saturdays for boys and Sundays for girls. 

Team Placement: Registered players will be placed on a Division 3 team – there is no formal try-out or evaluation. Consideration for team placement is based on: 

  • Balance of all teams within the division (there may be multiple Community (House) teams. 
  • Returning CMFSC player placement requests.
  • Non-CMFSC player placement requests.
  • Coach input on player selection.

All requests received for player placement will be reviewed but there is no guarantee that they will be granted.

Registration: Registration opens on Power Up on February 15th. We will review our registration numbers and start the process of forming teams after June 1st. *Age groups may sell-out prior to the June 1st based on roster maximums. We encourage all interested players to register as early as possible to avoid being waitlisted. Team rosters will be confirmed by August 1st.  


UNDER 13 DIVISION 1 & 2 

Information: Players are selected to play at the Division 1 & 2 levels within the Club. Current CMFSC players are assessed through our year-round programming (practices, games, academy, etc.). Players new to the Club are to attend a player identification session to better understand their level and fit within the Club.  

Team Placement: There are three pathways of placement. Please review your path below.  

PATHWAY 1: Current CMFSC players on Under 12 (2012) Division 1 & 2 teams for the Fall/Winter 2023-2024 season have been and will continue to be monitored by Team Coaches, Age Group Head Coaches, and CMFSC Technical Staff Coaches during team practices, games, and additional programming (academy, camps, prospects games).  There will not be a formal try-out/evaluation date for these players.  

Registration: Returning players wanting to be considered for selection to Under 13 Division 1 & 2 must register for the 2024-2025 season on  Power Up  no later than February 20th, 2024. Registration will open on February 15th. Under 13 1 & 2 team rosters will be confirmed by email the first week of March. Players will have 24 hours to accept the placement offer.  

PATHWAY 2: Current CMFSC players on Under 12 (2012) Community (House) teams for the Fall/Winter 2023-2024 season have been and will continue to be monitored by Team Coaches, Age Group Head Coaches, and CMFSC Technical Staff Coaches during team practices, games, and additional programming (academy, camps, prospects games).   Player Identification Session Players that are interested in playing at Division 2 are to attend an OPEN Player Identification Session. A player identification session is a technical staff run session where club assessors evaluate and make decisions on team placement. Players must wear athletic clothing (shorts, t-shirt, trackpants, rain jacket, etc.), soccer cleats, and shin-pads. Technical staff will run players through a warm-up and play small-sided games for the session. Players may be mixed with different groups of players throughout the session. There are two sessions per age group with the first session being OPEN to all and the second being an invitation only. All players that attend the session will be emailed their placement for the ensuing season. To attend the Open Identification Player Session, players are to complete the Player Identification Interest Form HERE no later than Tuesday, February 20th.  

Registration: Returning players wanting to be considered for selection to Under 13 Division 1 & 2 must register for the 2024-2025 season on  Power Up  no later than February 20th, 2024. Registration will open on February 15th. Under 13 Division 1 & 2 team rosters will be confirmed by email the first week of March. Players will have 24 hours to accept the placement offer.  

PATHWAY 3: Players that are new to CMFSC that are interested in playing at the Division 1 or Division 2 level can attend the CMFSC hosted Identification Session. A player identification session is a technical staff run session where club assessors evaluate and make decisions on team placement. Players must wear athletic clothing (shorts, t-shirt, trackpants, rain jacket, etc.), soccer cleats, and shin-pads. Technical staff will run players through a warm-up and play small-sided games for the session. Players may be mixed with different groups of players throughout the session. There are two sessions per age group with the first session being OPEN to all and the second being an invitation only. All players that attend the session will be emailed their placement for the ensuing season. 

Registration: All players new to CMFSC that want to play Division 1 or Division 2 must register on Power Up for the Identification Session. To register, create an account and add your child on Power Up. Click in the registration centre and select "Under 13 Boys/Girls Identification Session". The cost is $25 and is non-refundable. If a player accepts a spot on any CMFSC for the 2024-2025 season, the $25 will be applied to the registration fees.  Registration is open and players must be registered prior to the first session. Under 13 Division 1 & 2 team rosters will be confirmed by email the first week of March. Players will have 24 hours to accept the placement offer.  

Under 13 Identification Sessions Schedule: 

*CMFSC Under 12 Division 1 & 2 (2012) players are not invited to attend these sessions.   

Session  Age Group Gender Birth Year Date Time Location
Session 1 - OPEN Under 13 Boys 2012 February 23, 2024 5:00pm - 6:15pm Town Centre North
Session 2 - Invite Only Under 13 Boys 2012 March 1, 2024 5:00pm - 6:15pm Town Centre North
Session 1 - OPEN Under 13 Girls 2012 February 26, 2024 5:00pm - 6:15pm Town Centre North
Session 2 - Invite Only Under 13 Girls 2012 March 4, 2024 5:00pm - 6:15pm Town Centre North

What should I expect at a Player Identification Session? A player identification session is a technical staff run session where club assessors evaluate and make decisions on team placement. Players must wear athletic clothing (shorts, t-shirt, trackpants, rain jacket, etc.), soccer cleats, and shin-pads. Technical staff will run players through a warm-up and play small-sided games for the session. Players may be mixed with different groups of players throughout the session. There are two sessions per age group with the first session being OPEN to all and the second being an invitation only. All players that attend the session will be emailed their placement for the ensuing season. 

Coquitlam Metro-Ford Soccer Club will form the following divisions for Under 14 for the 2024-2025 season:

Under 14 (2011) BCSPL (click here for info)Division 1 Division 2 Division 3

All members should review our Refund Policy before accepting a spot with any team. 

Under 14 Division 3

Information: Our Division 3 program is a community-based recreational league open to all players of any skill level, ability, and experience. We promote fun and learning, while supporting a healthy and active lifestyle for all players. All teams are coached by volunteer team officials, will have one to two practices a week, and a game on Saturdays for boys and Sundays for girls.

Team Placement: registered players will be placed on a Division 3 team. NEW male players to CMFSC are invited and all female players are invited to attend our Division 3 team formation session listed below. The team formation session is a technical staff run session that allows our Club to see players within the division 3 environment. Players must wear athletic clothing (shorts, t-shirt, trackpants, rain jacket, etc.), soccer cleats, and shin-pads. Technical staff will run players through a warm-up and play small-sided games or other soccer based activities for the session.

Consideration for team placement is based on: 

  • Balance of all teams within the division (there may be multiple Division 3 teams). 
  • Returning CMFSC player placement requests.
  • Non-CMFSC player placement requests.
  • Coach input on player selection.

All requests received for player placement will be reviewed but there is no guarantee that they will be granted.

Registration: Registration opens on February 15th. We will review our registration numbers and start the process of forming teams after June 1st. *Age groups may sell-out prior to the June 1st based on roster maximums. We encourage all interested players to register as early as possible to avoid being waitlisted. Team rosters will be confirmed by August 1st.  

Under 14 Team Formation Sessions Schedule: 

Session  Age Group Gender Birth Year Date Time Location
Only *NEW* players to CMFSC Under 14 Boys 2011 TBA

All registered playersUnder 14Girls2011TBA

What should I expect at a Team Formation Session? The team formation session is a technical staff run session that allows our Club to see players within the division 3 environment. Players must wear athletic clothing (shorts, t-shirt, trackpants, rain jacket, etc.), soccer cleats, and shin-pads. Technical staff will run players through a warm-up and play small-sided games or other soccer based activities for the session

UNDER 14 DIVISION 1 & 2 

Information: Players are selected to play at the Division 1 & 2 level within the Club. Current CMFSC players are assessed through our year-round programming (practices, games, academy, etc.) and only players within Division 3 are invited to attend the Division 1 & 2 Player Identification Session. Players new to the Club are to attend the Division 1 & 2 Player Identification Session to better understand their level and fit within the Club.

Team Placement: There are three pathways of placement. Please review your path below.  

PATHWAY 1: Current CMFSC players on Under 13 (2011) Division 1 & 2 teams for the Fall/Winter 2023-2024 season have been and will continue to be monitored by Team Coaches, Age Group Head Coaches, and CMFSC Technical Staff Coaches during team practices, games, and additional programming (academy, camps, prospects games).  There will not be a formal try-out/evaluation date for these players. 

Registration: Returning players wanting to be considered for selection to Under 14 Division 1 & 2 must register for the 2024-2025 season on Power Up no later than February 20, 2024. Registration will open on February 15th. Under 14 Division 1 & 2 team rosters will be confirmed by email by March 11. Players will have 24 hours to accept the placement offer. 

PATHWAY 2: Current CMFSC players on Under 13 (2011) Division 3 teams for the Fall/Winter 2023-2024 season have and will continue to be monitored by Team Coaches, Age Group Head Coaches, and CMFSC Technical Staff Coaches during team practices, games, and additional programming. Players interested in playing at the Division 1 & 2 level are to register for the season and attend the OPEN Player Identification Session. A player identification session is a technical staff run session where club assessors evaluate and make decisions on team placement. Players must wear athletic clothing (shorts, t-shirt, trackpants, rain jacket, etc.), soccer cleats, and shin-pads. Technical staff will run players through a warm-up and play small-sided games for the session. Players may be mixed with different groups of players throughout the session. There are two sessions per age group with the first session being OPEN to all and the second being an invitation only. All players that attend the session will be emailed their placement for the ensuing season. To confirm your child's attendance at the Player Identification Session, please complete THIS FORM no later than February 14th. 

Registration: Returning players wanting to be considered for selection to Under 14 Division 1 & 2 must register for the Fall/Winter 2024-2025 season on  Power Up  no later than March 1st, 2024 and select ‘Division 1/2’ for “Level of Evaluation Requested” on the Player Questionnaire. Registration will open on February 15th. 

Team rosters will be confirmed by email by March 11. Players will have 24 hours to accept the placement offer. 

PATHWAY 3: Players that are new to CMFSC that are interested in playing at the Division 1 or 2 level can attend the CMFSC hosted Identification Session. A player identification session is a technical staff run session where club assessors evaluate and make decisions on team placement. Players must wear athletic clothing (shorts, t-shirt, trackpants, rain jacket, etc.), soccer cleats, and shin-pads. Technical staff will run players through a warm-up and play small-sided games for the session. Players may be mixed with different groups of players throughout the session. There are two sessions per age group with the first session being OPEN to all and the second being an invitation only. All players that attend the session will be emailed their placement for the ensuing season. 

Registration: All players new to CMFSC that want to play Division 2 must register on Power Up for the Identification Session. To register, create an account and add your child on Power Up. Click in the registration centre and select "Out of Club Identification U14 Session". The cost is $25 and is non-refundable. If a player accepts a spot on any CMFSC for the 2024-2025 season, the $25 will be applied to the registration fees.  Registration will open on February 5th and players must be registered prior to the first session. Under 14 Division 1 & 2 team rosters will be confirmed by email by March 11. Players will have 24 hours to accept the placement offer.  

Under 14 Division 1 & 2 Identification Sessions Schedule:    

Session  Age Group Gender Birth Year Date Time Location
Session 1 - OPEN Under 14 Boys 2011 February 23, 2024 6:15pm - 7:30pm Town Centre North
Session 2 - Invite Only Under 14 Boys 2011 March 1, 2024 6:15pm - 7:30pm Town Centre North
Session 1 - OPEN Under 14 Girls 2011 February 26, 2024 6:15pm - 7:30pm Town Centre Cunnings
Session 2 - Invite Only Under 14 Girls 2011 March 4, 2024 6:15pm - 7:30pm Town Centre Cunnings

What should I expect at a Player Identification Session? A player identification session is a technical staff run session where club assessors evaluate and make decisions on team placement. Players must wear athletic clothing (shorts, t-shirt, trackpants, rain jacket, etc.), soccer cleats, and shin-pads. Technical staff will run players through a warm-up and play small-sided games for the session. Players may be mixed with different groups of players throughout the session. There are two sessions per age group with the first session being OPEN to all and the second being an invitation only. All players that attend the session will be emailed their placement for the ensuing season. 

Coquitlam Metro-Ford Soccer Club will form the following divisions for Under 15 for the 2024-2025 season:

Under 15 (2010) BCSPL (click here for info)Division 1 Division 2 Division 3

All members should review our Refund Policy before accepting a spot with any team.

Under 15 Division 3

Information: Our Division 3 program is a community-based recreational league open to all players of any skill level, ability, and experience. We promote fun and learning, while supporting a healthy and active lifestyle for all players. All teams are coached by volunteer team officials, will have one to two practices a week, and a game on Saturdays for boys and Sundays for girls.

Team Placement: registered players will be placed on a Division 3 team. NEW male players to CMFSC are invited and all female players are invited to attend our Division 3 team formation session listed below. The team formation session is a technical staff run session that allows our Club to see players within the division 3 environment. Players must wear athletic clothing (shorts, t-shirt, trackpants, rain jacket, etc.), soccer cleats, and shin-pads. Technical staff will run players through a warm-up and play small-sided games or other soccer based activities for the session.

Consideration for team placement is based on: 

  • Balance of all teams within the division (there may be multiple Division 3 teams). 
  • Returning CMFSC player placement requests.
  • Non-CMFSC player placement requests.
  • Coach input on player selection.

All requests received for player placement will be reviewed but there is no guarantee that they will be granted.

Registration: Registration opens on February 15th. We will review our registration numbers and start the process of forming teams after June 1st. *Age groups may sell-out prior to the June 1st based on roster maximums. We encourage all interested players to register as early as possible to avoid being waitlisted. Team rosters will be confirmed by August 1st.  

Under 15 Team Formation Sessions Schedule: 

Session  Age Group Gender Birth Year Date Time Location
Only *NEW* players to CMFSC Under 15 Boys 2010 TBA

All registered players Under 15 Girls 2010 TBA

What should I expect at a Team Formation Session? The team formation session is a technical staff run session that allows our Club to see players within the division 3 environment. Players must wear athletic clothing (shorts, t-shirt, trackpants, rain jacket, etc.), soccer cleats, and shin-pads. Technical staff will run players through a warm-up and play small-sided games or other soccer based activities for the session

UNDER 15 DIVISION 2 

Information: Players are selected to play at the Division 2 level within the Club. Current CMFSC players are assessed through our year-round programming (practices, games, academy, etc.) and are also invited to attend the Division 2 Player Identification Session. Players new to the Club are to attend the Division 2 Player Identification Session to better understand their level and fit within the Club.

Team Placement: There are two pathways of placement. Please review your path below.  

PATHWAY 1: Current CMFSC players on Under 14 (2010) Division 2 & 3 teams for the Fall/Winter 2023-2024 season have been and will continue to be monitored by Team Coaches, Age Group Head Coaches, and CMFSC Technical Staff Coaches during team practices, games, and additional programming.  

Player Identification Session: All players interested in playing on a Division 2 team are to register for the season and attend the OPEN Player Identification Session. A player identification session is a technical staff run session where club assessors evaluate and make decisions on team placement. Players must wear athletic clothing (shorts, t-shirt, trackpants, rain jacket, etc.), soccer cleats, and shin-pads. Technical staff will run players through a warm-up and play small-sided games for the session. Players may be mixed with different groups of players throughout the session. There are two sessions per age group with the first session being OPEN to all and the second being an invitation only. All players that attend the session will be emailed their placement for the ensuing season. 

Registration: Returning players wanting to be considered for selection to Under 15 Division 2 must register for the Fall/Winter 2023-2024 season on  Power Up  no later than March 31st, 2024 and select ‘Division 2’ for “Level of Evaluation Requested” on the Player Questionnaire. Registration will open on February 15th. 

Team rosters will be confirmed by email the last week of April. Players will have 24 hours to accept the placement offer. 

PATHWAY 2: Players that are new to CMFSC that are interested in playing at the Division 2 level can attend the CMFSC hosted Identification Session. A player identification session is a technical staff run session where club assessors evaluate and make decisions on team placement. Players must wear athletic clothing (shorts, t-shirt, trackpants, rain jacket, etc.), soccer cleats, and shin-pads. Technical staff will run players through a warm-up and play small-sided games for the session. Players may be mixed with different groups of players throughout the session. There are two sessions per age group with the first session being OPEN to all and the second being an invitation only. All players that attend the session will be emailed their placement for the ensuing season. 

Registration: All players new to CMFSC that want to play Division 2 must register on Power Up for the Identification Session. To register, create an account and add your child on Power Up. Click in the registration centre and select "Under 15 Boys/Girls Identification Session". The cost is $25 and is non-refundable. If a player accepts a spot on any CMFSC for the 2024-2025 season, the $25 will be applied to the registration fees.  Registration is open and players must be registered prior to the first session. Under 15 Division 2 team rosters will be confirmed by email the last week of April. Players will have 24 hours to accept the placement offer.  

Under 15 Division 2 Identification Sessions Schedule:    

Session  Age Group Gender Birth Year Date Time Location
Session 1 - OPEN Under 15 Boys 2010 April 2, 2024 5:00pm - 6:15pm Town Centre North
Session 2 - Invite Only Under 15 Boys 2010 April 4, 2024 5:00pm - 6:15pm Town Centre North
Session 1 - OPEN Under 15 Girls 2010 April 17, 2024 6:00pm - 7:15pm Charles Best
Session 2 - Invite Only Under 15 Girls 2010 April 24, 2024 6:00pm - 7:15pm Charles Best

What should I expect at a Player Identification Session? A player identification session is a technical staff run session where club assessors evaluate and make decisions on team placement. Players must wear athletic clothing (shorts, t-shirt, trackpants, rain jacket, etc.), soccer cleats, and shin-pads. Technical staff will run players through a warm-up and play small-sided games for the session. Players may be mixed with different groups of players throughout the session. There are two sessions per age group with the first session being OPEN to all and the second being an invitation only. All players that attend the session will be emailed their placement for the ensuing season. 

UNDER 15 DIVISION 1

Information: Players are selected to play at the Division 1 level within the Club. Current CMFSC players are assessed through our year-round programming (practices, games, academy, etc.) and are also invited to attend the Player Identification Session in they are a current Division 2 player. Players new to the Club are to attend the Division 1 Player Identification Session to better understand their level and fit within the Club.

Team Placement: There are three pathways of placement. Please review your path below.  

PATHWAY 1: Current CMFSC players on Under 14 (2010) Division 1 teams for the Fall/Winter 2023-2024 season have been and will continue to be monitored by Team Coaches, Age Group Head Coaches, and CMFSC Technical Staff Coaches during team practices, games, and additional programming (academy, camps, prospects games). Players are not to attend player identification sessions. 

Registration: Returning Under 14 (2010) Division 1 players wanting to be considered for selection to Under 15 (2010) Division 1 must register for the Fall/Winter 2024-2025 session on Power Up no later than March 1st, 2024 and select 'Division 1' for 'Level of Evaluation Requested' on the Player Questionnaire. Registration will open on February 15. 

Team rosters will be confirmed by email the first week of April. Players will have 24 hours to accept the placement offer. 

PATHWAY 2: Current CMFSC players on Under 14 (2010) Division 2 teams for the Fall/Winter 2023-2024 season have been and will continue to be monitored by Team Coaches, Age Group Head Coaches, and CMFSC Technical Staff Coaches during team practices, games, and additional programming (academy, camps, prospects games).  

Player Identification Session: All Division 2 players interested in playing on a Division 1 team are to register for the season and attend the OPEN Player Identification Session. A player identification session is a technical staff run session where club assessors evaluate and make decisions on team placement. Players must wear athletic clothing (shorts, t-shirt, trackpants, rain jacket, etc.), soccer cleats, and shin-pads. Technical staff will run players through a warm-up and play small-sided games for the session. Players may be mixed with different groups of players throughout the session. There are two sessions per age group with the first session being OPEN to all and the second being an invitation only. All players that attend the session will be emailed their placement for the ensuing season.

Registration: Returning CMF Division 2 players wanting to be considered for selection to Under 15 Division 1 must register for the Fall/Winter 2024-2025 season on  Power Up  no later than March 1st, 2024 and select ‘Division 1’ for “Level of Evaluation Requested” on the Player Questionnaire. Registration will open on February 15th, 2024. 

Team rosters will be confirmed by email the first week of April. Players will have 24 hours to accept the placement offer. 

PATHWAY 3: Players that are new to CMFSC interested in playing at the Division 1 level can attend the CMFSC hosted Identification Session. A player identification session is a technical staff run session where club assessors evaluate and make decisions on team placement. Players must wear athletic clothing (shorts, t-shirt, trackpants, rain jacket, etc.), soccer cleats, and shin-pads. Technical staff will run players through a warm-up and play small-sided games for the session. Players may be mixed with different groups of players throughout the session. There are two sessions per age group with the first session being OPEN to all and the second being an invitation only. All players that attend the session will be emailed their placement for the ensuing season. 

Registration: All players new to CMFSC that want to play Division 1 must register on Power Up for the Identification Session. To register, create an account and add your child on Power Up. Click in the registration centre and select "Under 15 Boys/Girls Identification Session". The cost is $25 and is non-refundable. If a player accepts a spot on any CMFSC for the 2024-2025 season, the $25 will be applied to the registration fees.  Registration is open and players must be registered prior to the first session. Under 15 Division 1 team rosters will be confirmed by email the first week of April. Players will have 24 hours to accept the placement offer.  

Under 15 Division 1 Identification Sessions Schedule:    

*CMFSC Under 14 Division 1 Fall/Winter 2023-2024 players are not invited to attend these sessions. 

Session  Age Group Gender Birth Year Date Time Location
Session 1 - OPEN Under 15 Boys 2010 March 11, 2024 5pm - 6pm Town Centre North
Session 2 - Invite Only Under 15 Boys 2010 March 14, 2024 5pm - 6pm Town Centre Fridge
Session 1 - OPEN Under 15 Girls 2010 March 11, 2024 5pm - 6:15pm Town Centre Cunnings
Session 2 - Invite Only Under 15 Girls 2010 March 13, 2024 5pm - 6:15pm Town Centre Fridge

What should I expect at a Player Identification Session? A player identification session is a technical staff run session where club assessors evaluate and make decisions on team placement. Players must wear athletic clothing (shorts, t-shirt, trackpants, rain jacket, etc.), soccer cleats, and shin-pads. Technical staff will run players through a warm-up and play small-sided games for the session. Players may be mixed with different groups of players throughout the session. There are two sessions per age group with the first session being OPEN to all and the second being an invitation only. All players that attend the session will be emailed their placement for the ensuing season. 

Coquitlam Metro-Ford Soccer Club will form the following divisions for Under 16 for the 2024-2025 season:

Under 16 (2009) BCSPL (click here for info)Division 1 Division 2 Division 3

All members should review our Refund Policy before accepting a spot with any team.

Under 16 Division 3

Information: Our Division 3 program is a community-based recreational league open to all players of any skill level, ability, and experience. We promote fun and learning, while supporting a healthy and active lifestyle for all players. All teams are coached by volunteer team officials, will have one to two practices a week, and a game on Saturdays for boys and Sundays for girls.

Team Placement: registered players will be placed on a Division 3 team. NEW male players to CMFSC are invited and all female players are invited to attend our Division 3 team formation session listed below. The team formation session is a technical staff run session that allows our Club to see players within the division 3 environment. Players must wear athletic clothing (shorts, t-shirt, trackpants, rain jacket, etc.), soccer cleats, and shin-pads. Technical staff will run players through a warm-up and play small-sided games or other soccer based activities for the session.

Consideration for team placement is based on: 

  • Balance of all teams within the division (there may be multiple Division 3 teams). 
  • Returning CMFSC player placement requests.
  • Non-CMFSC player placement requests.
  • Coach input on player selection.

All requests received for player placement will be reviewed but there is no guarantee that they will be granted.

Registration: Registration opens on February 15th. We will review our registration numbers and start the process of forming teams after June 1st. *Age groups may sell-out prior to the June 1st based on roster maximums. We encourage all interested players to register as early as possible to avoid being waitlisted. Team rosters will be confirmed by August 1st.  

Under 16 Team Formation Sessions Schedule: 

Session  Age Group Gender Birth Year Date Time Location
Only *NEW* players to CMFSC Under 16 Boys 2009 TBA

All registered players Under 16 Girls 2009 TBA

What should I expect at a Team Formation Session? The team formation session is a technical staff run session that allows our Club to see players within the division 3 environment. Players must wear athletic clothing (shorts, t-shirt, trackpants, rain jacket, etc.), soccer cleats, and shin-pads. Technical staff will run players through a warm-up and play small-sided games or other soccer based activities for the session

UNDER 16 DIVISION 2 

Information: Players are selected to play at the Division 2 level within the Club. Current CMFSC players are assessed through our year-round programming (practices, games, academy, etc.) and are also invited to attend the Division 2 Player Identification Session. Players new to the Club are to attend the Division 2 Player Identification Session to better understand their level and fit within the Club.

Team Placement: There are two pathways of placement. Please review your path below.  

PATHWAY 1: Current CMFSC players on Under 15 (2009) Division 2 & 3 teams for the Fall/Winter 2023-2024 season have been and will continue to be monitored by Team Coaches, Age Group Head Coaches, and CMFSC Technical Staff Coaches during team practices, games, and additional programming (academy, camps, prospects games).  

Player Identification Session: All players interested in playing on a Division 2 team are to register for the season and attend the OPEN Player Identification Session. A player identification session is a technical staff run session where club assessors evaluate and make decisions on team placement. Players must wear athletic clothing (shorts, t-shirt, trackpants, rain jacket, etc.), soccer cleats, and shin-pads. Technical staff will run players through a warm-up and play small-sided games for the session. Players may be mixed with different groups of players throughout the session. There are two sessions per age group with the first session being OPEN to all and the second being an invitation only. All players that attend the session will be emailed their placement for the ensuing season.

Registration: Returning players wanting to be considered for selection to Under 16 Division 2 must register for the Fall/Winter 2024-2025 season on  Power Up  no later than March 31st, 2024 and select ‘Division 2’ for “Level of Evaluation Requested” on the Player Questionnaire. Registration will open on February 15th. 

Team rosters will be confirmed by email the last week of April. Players will have 24 hours to accept the placement offer. 

PATHWAY 2: Players that are new to CMFSC that are interested in playing at the Division 2 level can attend the CMFSC hosted Identification Session. A player identification session is a technical staff run session where club assessors evaluate and make decisions on team placement. Players must wear athletic clothing (shorts, t-shirt, trackpants, rain jacket, etc.), soccer cleats, and shin-pads. Technical staff will run players through a warm-up and play small-sided games for the session. Players may be mixed with different groups of players throughout the session. There are two sessions per age group with the first session being OPEN to all and the second being an invitation only. All players that attend the session will be emailed their placement for the ensuing season. 

Registration: All players new to CMFSC that want to play Division 2 must register on Power Up for the Identification Session. To register, create an account and add your child on Power Up. Click in the registration centre and select "Under 16 Boys/Girls Identification Session". The cost is $25 and is non-refundable. If a player accepts a spot on any CMFSC for the 2024-2025 season, the $25 will be applied to the registration fees.  Registration will open on February 5th and players must be registered prior to the first session. Under 16 Division 2 team rosters will be confirmed by email the last week of April. Players will have 24 hours to accept the placement offer.  

Under 16 Division 2 Identification Sessions Schedule:    

Session  Age Group Gender Birth Year Date Time Location
Session 1 - OPEN Under 16 Boys 2009 April 2, 2024 6:30pm - 7:45pm Town Centre North
Session 2 - Invite Only Under 16 Boys 2009 April 4, 2024 6:30pm - 7:45pm Town Centre North
Session 1 - OPEN Under 16 Girls 2009 April 17, 2024 7:15pm - 8:30pm Charles Best
Session 2 - Invite Only Under 16 Girls 2009 April 24, 2024 7:15pm - 8:30pm Charles Best

What should I expect at a Player Identification Session? A player identification session is a technical staff run session where club assessors evaluate and make decisions on team placement. Players must wear athletic clothing (shorts, t-shirt, trackpants, rain jacket, etc.), soccer cleats, and shin-pads. Technical staff will run players through a warm-up and play small-sided games for the session. Players may be mixed with different groups of players throughout the session. There are two sessions per age group with the first session being OPEN to all and the second being an invitation only. All players that attend the session will be emailed their placement for the ensuing season. 

UNDER 16 DIVISION 1 

Information: Players are selected to play at the Division 1 level within the Club. Current CMFSC players are assessed through our year-round programming (practices, games, academy, etc.) and are also invited to attend the Player Identification Session in they are wanting to play at a higher level. Players new to the Club are to attend the Division 1 Player Identification Session to better understand their level and fit within the Club.

Team Placement: There are three pathways of placement. Please review your path below.  

PATHWAY 1: Current CMFSC players on Under 15 (2009) Division 1 team for the Fall/Winter 2023-2024 season have been and will continue to be monitored by Team Coaches, Age Group Head Coaches, and CMFSC Technical Staff Coaches during team practices, games, and additional programming. Division 1 Players are not to attend player identification sessions. 

Registration: Returning 2009 Division 1 players wanting to be considered for selection to Under 16 (2009) Division 1 must register for the Fall/Winter 2024-2025 session on Power Up no later than March 1st, 2024 and select 'Division 1' for 'Level of Evaluation Requested' on the Player Questionnaire. Registration will open on February 15. 

Team rosters will be confirmed by email the first week of April. Players will have 24 hours to accept the placement offer. 

PATHWAY 2: Current CMFSC players on Under 15 (2009) Division 2 teams for the Fall/Winter 2023-2024 season have been and will continue to be monitored by Team Coaches, Age Group Head Coaches, and CMFSC Technical Staff Coaches during team practices, games, and additional programming (academy, camps, etc). Division 2 players that are wanting to be evaluated for Division 1, are to attend the Division 1 session. Players wanting to be evaluated to stay at Division 2 are not to attend the session. 

Player Identification Session: All Division 2 players interested in playing on a Division 1 team are to register for the season and attend the OPEN Player Identification Session. A player identification session is a technical staff run session where club assessors evaluate and make decisions on team placement. Players must wear athletic clothing (shorts, t-shirt, trackpants, rain jacket, etc.), soccer cleats, and shin-pads. Technical staff will run players through a warm-up and play small-sided games for the session. Players may be mixed with different groups of players throughout the session. There are two sessions per age group with the first session being OPEN to all and the second being an invitation only. All players that attend the session will be emailed their placement for the ensuing season. Players wanting to be evaluated to stay at Division 2 are not to attend the session. 

Registration: Returning Under 15 (2009) Division 2 players wanting to be considered for selection to Under 16 (2009) Division 1 must register for the Fall/Winter 2024-2025 session on Power Up no later than March 1st, 2024 and select 'Division 1' for 'Level of Evaluation Requested' on the Player Questionnaire. Registration will open on February 15. 

Team rosters will be confirmed by email the first week of April. Players will have 24 hours to accept the placement offer. 

PATHWAY 3: Players that are new to CMFSC that are interested in playing at the Division 1 level can attend the CMFSC hosted Identification Session. A player identification session is a technical staff run session where club assessors evaluate and make decisions on team placement. Players must wear athletic clothing (shorts, t-shirt, trackpants, rain jacket, etc.), soccer cleats, and shin-pads. Technical staff will run players through a warm-up and play small-sided games for the session. Players may be mixed with different groups of players throughout the session. There are two sessions per age group with the first session being OPEN to all and the second being an invitation only. All players that attend the session will be emailed their placement for the ensuing season. 

Registration: All players new to CMFSC that want to play Division 1 must register on Power Up for the Identification Session. To register, create an account and add your child on Power Up. Click in the registration centre and select "Under 16 Boys/Girls Identification Session". The cost is $25 and is non-refundable. If a player accepts a spot on any CMFSC for the 2024-2025 season, the $25 will be applied to the registration fees.  Registration is open and players must be registered prior to the first session. Under 16 Division 1 team rosters will be confirmed by email the first week of April. Players will have 24 hours to accept the placement offer.  

Under 16 Division 1 Identification Sessions Schedule:    

*CMFSC Under 15 Division 1 Fall/Winter 2023-2024 are not to attend the session.

Session  Age Group Gender Birth Year Date Time Location
Session 1 - OPEN Under 16 Boys 2009 March 11, 2024 6pm - 7pm Town Centre North
Session 2 - Invite Only Under 16 Boys 2009 March 14, 2024 6pm - 7pm Town Centre Fridge
Session 1 - OPEN Under 16 Girls 2009 March 11, 2024 6:15pm - 7:30pm Town Centre Cunnings
Session 2 - Invite Only Under 16 Girls 2009 March 13, 2024 6pm - 7pm Town Centre Fridge

What should I expect at a Player Identification Session? A player identification session is a technical staff run session where club assessors evaluate and make decisions on team placement. Players must wear athletic clothing (shorts, t-shirt, trackpants, rain jacket, etc.), soccer cleats, and shin-pads. Technical staff will run players through a warm-up and play small-sided games for the session. Players may be mixed with different groups of players throughout the session. There are two sessions per age group with the first session being OPEN to all and the second being an invitation only. All players that attend the session will be emailed their placement for the ensuing season. 

Coquitlam Metro-Ford Soccer Club will form the following divisions for Under 17 for the 2024-2025 season:

Under 17 (2008) BCSPL (click here for info)MetroDivision 1 Division 2 Division 3

All members should review our Refund Policy before accepting a spot with any team. 

Under 17 Division 3

Information: Our Division 3 program is a community-based recreational league open to all players of any skill level, ability, and experience. We promote fun and learning, while supporting a healthy and active lifestyle for all players. All teams are coached by volunteer team officials, will have one to two practices a week, and a game on Saturdays for boys and Sundays for girls.

Team Placement: registered players will be placed on a Division 3 team. NEW male players to CMFSC are invited and all female players are invited to attend our Division 3 team formation session listed below. The team formation session is a technical staff run session that allows our Club to see players within the division 3 environment. Players must wear athletic clothing (shorts, t-shirt, trackpants, rain jacket, etc.), soccer cleats, and shin-pads. Technical staff will run players through a warm-up and play small-sided games or other soccer based activities for the session.

Consideration for team placement is based on: 

  • Balance of all teams within the division (there may be multiple Division 3 teams). 
  • Returning CMFSC player placement requests.
  • Non-CMFSC player placement requests.
  • Coach input on player selection.

All requests received for player placement will be reviewed but there is no guarantee that they will be granted.

Registration: Registration opens on February 15th. We will review our registration numbers and start the process of forming teams after June 1st. *Age groups may sell-out prior to the June 1st based on roster maximums. We encourage all interested players to register as early as possible to avoid being waitlisted. Team rosters will be confirmed by August 1st.  

Under 17 Team Formation Sessions Schedule: 

Session  Age Group Gender Birth Year Date Time Location
Only *NEW* players to CMFSC Under 17 Boys 2008 TBA

All registered players Under 17 Girls 2008 TBA

What should I expect at a Team Formation Session? The team formation session is a technical staff run session that allows our Club to see players within the division 3 environment. Players must wear athletic clothing (shorts, t-shirt, trackpants, rain jacket, etc.), soccer cleats, and shin-pads. Technical staff will run players through a warm-up and play small-sided games or other soccer based activities for the session

UNDER 17 DIVISION 2 

Information: Players are selected to play at the Division 2 level within the Club. Current CMFSC players are assessed through our year-round programming (practices, games, academy, etc.) and are also invited to attend the Division 2 Player Identification Session. Players new to the Club are to attend the Division 2 Player Identification Session to better understand their level and fit within the Club.

Team Placement: There are two pathways of placement. Please review your path below.  

PATHWAY 1: Current CMFSC players on Under 16 (2008) Division 2 & 3 teams for the Fall/Winter 2023-2024 season have been and will continue to be monitored by Team Coaches, Age Group Head Coaches, and CMFSC Technical Staff Coaches during team practices, games, and additional programming.  

Player Identification Session: All players interested in playing on a Division 2 team are to register for the season and attend the OPEN Player Identification Session. A player identification session is a technical staff run session where club assessors evaluate and make decisions on team placement. Players must wear athletic clothing (shorts, t-shirt, trackpants, rain jacket, etc.), soccer cleats, and shin-pads. Technical staff will run players through a warm-up and play small-sided games for the session. Players may be mixed with different groups of players throughout the session. There are two sessions per age group with the first session being OPEN to all and the second being an invitation only. All players that attend the session will be emailed their placement for the ensuing season.

Registration: Returning players wanting to be considered for selection to Under 17 Division 2 must register for the Fall/Winter 2024-2025 season on  Power Up  no later than March 31st, 2024 and select ‘Division 2’ for “Level of Evaluation Requested” on the Player Questionnaire. Registration will open on February 15th. 

Team rosters will be confirmed by email the last week of April. Players will have 24 hours to accept the placement offer. 

PATHWAY 2: Players that are new to CMFSC that are interested in playing at the Division 2 level can attend the CMFSC hosted Identification Session. A player identification session is a technical staff run session where club assessors evaluate and make decisions on team placement. Players must wear athletic clothing (shorts, t-shirt, trackpants, rain jacket, etc.), soccer cleats, and shin-pads. Technical staff will run players through a warm-up and play small-sided games for the session. Players may be mixed with different groups of players throughout the session. There are two sessions per age group with the first session being OPEN to all and the second being an invitation only. All players that attend the session will be emailed their placement for the ensuing season. 

Registration: All players new to CMFSC that want to Division 2 must register on Power Up for the Identification Session. To register, create an account and add your child on Power Up. Click in the registration centre and select "Under 17 Boys/Girls Identification Session". The cost is $25 and is non-refundable. If a player accepts a spot on any CMFSC for the 2024-2025 season, the $25 will be applied to the registration fees.  Registration is open and players must be registered prior to the first session. Under 17 Division 2 team rosters will be confirmed by email the last week of April. Players will have 24 hours to accept the placement offer.  

Under 17 Division 2 Identification Sessions Schedule:    

Session  Age Group Gender Birth Year Date Time Location
Session 1 - OPEN Under 17 Boys 2008 April 2, 2024 8:00pm - 9:15pm Town Centre North
Session 2 - Invite Only Under 17 Boys 2008 April 4, 2024 8:00pm - 9:15pm Town Centre North
Session 1 - OPEN Under 17 Girls 2008 April 3, 2024 8:00pm - 9:15pm Town Centre North
Session 2 - Invite Only Under 17 Girls 2008 April 10, 2024 7:00pm - 8:15pm Charles Best

What should I expect at a Player Identification Session? A player identification session is a technical staff run session where club assessors evaluate and make decisions on team placement. Players must wear athletic clothing (shorts, t-shirt, trackpants, rain jacket, etc.), soccer cleats, and shin-pads. Technical staff will run players through a warm-up and play small-sided games for the session. Players may be mixed with different groups of players throughout the session. There are two sessions per age group with the first session being OPEN to all and the second being an invitation only. All players that attend the session will be emailed their placement for the ensuing season. 

UNDER 17 METRO & DIVISION 1 

Information: Players are selected to play at the Metro and Division 1 levels within the Club. Current CMFSC players are assessed through our year-round programming (practices, games, academy, etc.) and are also invited to attend the Player Identification Session in they are wanting to play at a higher level. Players new to the Club are to attend the Metro/Division 1 Player Identification Session to better understand their level and fit within the Club.

Team Placement: There are four pathways of placement. Please review your path below.  

PATHWAY 1: Current CMFSC players on Under 16 (2008) Metro team for the Fall/Winter 2023-2024 season have been and will continue to be monitored by Team Coaches, Age Group Head Coaches, and CMFSC Technical Staff Coaches during team practices, games, and additional programming (academy, camps). Metro Players are not to attend player identification sessions. 

Registration: Returning Under 16 (2008) Metro players wanting to be considered for selection to Under 17 (2008) Metro must register for the Fall/Winter 2024-2025 session on Power Up no later than March 1st, 2024 and select 'Metro' for 'Level of Evaluation Requested' on the Player Questionnaire. Registration will open on February 15. 

Team rosters will be confirmed by email the first week of April. Players will have 24 hours to accept the placement offer. 

PATHWAY 2: Current CMFSC players on Under 16 (2008) Division 1 teams for the Fall/Winter 2023-2024 season have been and will continue to be monitored by Team Coaches, Age Group Head Coaches, and CMFSC Technical Staff Coaches during team practices, games, and additional programming (academy, camps, etc). Division 1 players that are wanting to be evaluated for Metro, are to attend the Metro session. Players wanting to be evaluated to stay at Division 1 are not to attend the session. 

Player Identification Session: All Division 1 players interested in playing on a Metro team are to register for the season and attend the OPEN Player Identification Session. A player identification session is a technical staff run session where club assessors evaluate and make decisions on team placement. Players must wear athletic clothing (shorts, t-shirt, trackpants, rain jacket, etc.), soccer cleats, and shin-pads. Technical staff will run players through a warm-up and play small-sided games for the session. Players may be mixed with different groups of players throughout the session. There are two sessions per age group with the first session being OPEN to all and the second being an invitation only. All players that attend the session will be emailed their placement for the ensuing season. Players wanting to be evaluated to stay at Division 1 are not to attend the session. 

Registration: Returning Under 16 (2008) Division 1 players wanting to be considered for selection to Under 17 (2008) Metro or Division 1 must register for the Fall/Winter 2024-2025 session on Power Up no later than March 1st, 2024 and select either 'Metro' or 'Division 1' for 'Level of Evaluation Requested' on the Player Questionnaire. Registration will open on February 15. 

Team rosters will be confirmed by email the first week of April. Players will have 24 hours to accept the placement offer. 

PATHWAY 3: Current CMFSC players on Under 16 (2008) Division 2 teams for the Fall/Winter 2023-2024 season have been and will continue to be monitored by Team Coaches, Age Group Head Coaches, and CMFSC Technical Staff Coaches during team practices, games, and additional programming.  

Player Identification Session: All Division 2 players interested in playing on a Division 1 team are to register for the season and attend the OPEN Player Identification Session. A player identification session is a technical staff run session where club assessors evaluate and make decisions on team placement. Players must wear athletic clothing (shorts, t-shirt, trackpants, rain jacket, etc.), soccer cleats, and shin-pads. Technical staff will run players through a warm-up and play small-sided games for the session. Players may be mixed with different groups of players throughout the session. There are two sessions per age group with the first session being OPEN to all and the second being an invitation only. All players that attend the session will be emailed their placement for the ensuing season.

Registration: Returning CMF Division 2 players wanting to be considered for selection to Under 17 Division 1 must register for the Fall/Winter 2024-2025 season on  Power Up  no later than March 1st, 2024 and select ‘Division 1’ for “Level of Evaluation Requested” on the Player Questionnaire. Registration will open on February 15th. 

Team rosters will be confirmed by email the first week of April. Players will have 24 hours to accept the placement offer. 

PATHWAY 4: Players that are new to CMFSC that are interested in playing at the Metro or Division 1 level can attend the CMFSC hosted Identification Session. A player identification session is a technical staff run session where club assessors evaluate and make decisions on team placement. Players must wear athletic clothing (shorts, t-shirt, trackpants, rain jacket, etc.), soccer cleats, and shin-pads. Technical staff will run players through a warm-up and play small-sided games for the session. Players may be mixed with different groups of players throughout the session. There are two sessions per age group with the first session being OPEN to all and the second being an invitation only. All players that attend the session will be emailed their placement for the ensuing season. 

Registration: All players new to CMFSC that want to play Metro or Division 1 must register on Power Up for the Identification Session. To register, create an account and add your child on Power Up. Click in the registration centre and select "Under 17 Boys/Girls Identification Session". The cost is $25 and is non-refundable. If a player accepts a spot on any CMFSC for the 2023-2024 season, the $25 will be applied to the registration fees.  Registration is open and players must be registered prior to the first session. Under 17 Metro/Division 1 team rosters will be confirmed by email the first week of April. Players will have 24 hours to accept the placement offer.  

Under 17 Metro & Division 1 Identification Sessions Schedule:    

*CMFSC Under 16 Metro Fall/Winter 2023-2024 players are not invited to attend these sessions.
*CMFSC Under 16 Division 1 Fall/Winter 2023-2024 wanting to be evaluated to stay at Division 1 are not to attend the session.

Session  Age Group Gender Birth Year Date Time Location
Session - Metro Under 17 Boys 2008 March 11, 2024 7pm - 8pm Town Centre North
Session - Division 1 Under 17 Boys 2008 March 14, 2024 7pm - 8pm Town Centre Fridge
Session - Metro Under 17 Girls 2008 March 11, 2024 7:30pm - 8:45pm Town Centre Cunnings
Session - Division 1 Under 17 Girls 2008 March 13, 2024 7pm - 8pm Town Centre Fridge

What should I expect at a Player Identification Session? A player identification session is a technical staff run session where club assessors evaluate and make decisions on team placement. Players must wear athletic clothing (shorts, t-shirt, trackpants, rain jacket, etc.), soccer cleats, and shin-pads. Technical staff will run players through a warm-up and play small-sided games for the session. Players may be mixed with different groups of players throughout the session. There are two sessions per age group with the first session being OPEN to all and the second being an invitation only. All players that attend the session will be emailed their placement for the ensuing season. 

Coquitlam Metro-Ford Soccer Club will form the following divisions for Under 18 for the 2024-2025 season:

Under 18 (2007) BCSPL (click here for info)MetroDivision 1 Division 2 Division 3

All members should review our Refund Policy before accepting a spot with any team. 

Under 18 Division 3

Information: Our Division 3 program is a community-based recreational league open to all players of any skill level, ability, and experience. We promote fun and learning, while supporting a healthy and active lifestyle for all players. All teams are coached by volunteer team officials, will have one to two practices a week, and a game on Saturdays for boys and Sundays for girls.

Team Placement: registered players will be placed on a Division 3 team. NEW male players to CMFSC are invited and all female players are invited to attend our Division 3 team formation session listed below. The team formation session is a technical staff run session that allows our Club to see players within the division 3 environment. Players must wear athletic clothing (shorts, t-shirt, trackpants, rain jacket, etc.), soccer cleats, and shin-pads. Technical staff will run players through a warm-up and play small-sided games or other soccer based activities for the session.

Consideration for team placement is based on: 

  • Balance of all teams within the division (there may be multiple Division 3 teams). 
  • Returning CMFSC player placement requests.
  • Non-CMFSC player placement requests.
  • Coach input on player selection.

All requests received for player placement will be reviewed but there is no guarantee that they will be granted.

Registration: Registration opens on February 15th. We will review our registration numbers and start the process of forming teams after June 1st. *Age groups may sell-out prior to the June 1st based on roster maximums. We encourage all interested players to register as early as possible to avoid being waitlisted. Team rosters will be confirmed by August 1st.  

Under 18 Team Formation Sessions Schedule: 

Session  Age Group Gender Birth Year Date Time Location
Only *NEW* players to CMFSC Under 18 Boys 2007 TBA

All registered U18 Girls Division 3 players Under 18 Girls 2007 TBA

What should I expect at a Team Formation Session? The team formation session is a technical staff run session that allows our Club to see players within the division 3 environment. Players must wear athletic clothing (shorts, t-shirt, trackpants, rain jacket, etc.), soccer cleats, and shin-pads. Technical staff will run players through a warm-up and play small-sided games or other soccer based activities for the session

UNDER 18 DIVISION 2 

Information: Players are selected to play at the Division 2 level within the Club. Current CMFSC players are assessed through our year-round programming (practices, games, academy, etc.) and are also invited to attend the Division 2 Player Identification Session. Players new to the Club are to attend the Division 2 Player Identification Session to better understand their level and fit within the Club.

Team Placement: There are two pathways of placement. Please review your path below.  

PATHWAY 1: Current CMFSC players on Under 17 (2007) Division 2 & 3 teams for the Fall/Winter 2023-2024 season have been and will continue to be monitored by Team Coaches, Age Group Head Coaches, and CMFSC Technical Staff Coaches during team practices, games, and additional programming.  

Player Identification Session: All players interested in playing on a Division 2 team are to register for the season and attend the OPEN Player Identification Session. A player identification session is a technical staff run session where club assessors evaluate and make decisions on team placement. Players must wear athletic clothing (shorts, t-shirt, trackpants, rain jacket, etc.), soccer cleats, and shin-pads. Technical staff will run players through a warm-up and play small-sided games for the session. Players may be mixed with different groups of players throughout the session. There are two sessions per age group with the first session being OPEN to all and the second being an invitation only. All players that attend the session will be emailed their placement for the ensuing season.

Registration: Returning players wanting to be considered for selection to Under 18 Division 2 must register for the Fall/Winter 2024-2025 season on  Power Up  no later than March 31st, 2024 and select ‘Division 2’ for “Level of Evaluation Requested” on the Player Questionnaire. Registration will open on February 15th. 

Team rosters will be confirmed by email the last week of April. Players will have 24 hours to accept the placement offer. 

PATHWAY 2: Players that are new to CMFSC that are interested in playing at the Division 2 level can attend the CMFSC hosted Identification Session. A player identification session is a technical staff run session where club assessors evaluate and make decisions on team placement. Players must wear athletic clothing (shorts, t-shirt, trackpants, rain jacket, etc.), soccer cleats, and shin-pads. Technical staff will run players through a warm-up and play small-sided games for the session. Players may be mixed with different groups of players throughout the session. There are two sessions per age group with the first session being OPEN to all and the second being an invitation only. All players that attend the session will be emailed their placement for the ensuing season. 

Registration: All players new to CMFSC that want to play Division 2 must register on Power Up for the Identification Session. To register, create an account and add your child on Power Up. Click in the registration centre and select "Under 18 Boys/Girls Identification Session". The cost is $25 and is non-refundable. If a player accepts a spot on any CMFSC for the 2024-2025 season, the $25 will be applied to the registration fees.  Registration is open and players must be registered prior to the first session. Under 18 Division 2 team rosters will be confirmed by email the last week of April. Players will have 24 hours to accept the placement offer.  

Under 18 Division 2 Identification Sessions Schedule:    

Session  Age Group Gender Birth Year Date Time Location
Session 1 - OPEN Under 18 Boys 2007 April 2, 2024 8:00pm - 9:15pm Town Centre North
Session 2 - Invite Only Under 18 Boys 2007 April 4, 2024 8:00pm - 9:15pm Town Centre North
Session 1 - OPEN Under 18 Girls 2007 April 3, 2024 8:00pm - 9:15pm Town Centre North
Session 2 - Invite Only Under 18 Girls 2007 April 10, 2024 7:00pm - 8:15pm Charles Best

What should I expect at a Player Identification Session? A player identification session is a technical staff run session where club assessors evaluate and make decisions on team placement. Players must wear athletic clothing (shorts, t-shirt, trackpants, rain jacket, etc.), soccer cleats, and shin-pads. Technical staff will run players through a warm-up and play small-sided games for the session. Players may be mixed with different groups of players throughout the session. There are two sessions per age group with the first session being OPEN to all and the second being an invitation only. All players that attend the session will be emailed their placement for the ensuing season. 

UNDER 18 METRO & DIVISION 1 

Information: Players are selected to play at the Metro and Division 1 levels within the Club. Current CMFSC players are assessed through our year-round programming (practices, games, academy, etc.) and are also invited to attend the Player Identification Session in they are wanting to play at a higher level. Players new to the Club are to attend the Metro/Division 1 Player Identification Sessions to better understand their level and fit within the Club.

Team Placement: There are four pathways of placement. Please review your path below.  

PATHWAY 1: Current CMFSC players on Under 17 (2007) Metro team for the Fall/Winter 2023-2024 season have been and will continue to be monitored by Team Coaches, Age Group Head Coaches, and CMFSC Technical Staff Coaches during team practices, games, and additional programming. Metro Players are not to attend player identification sessions

Registration: Returning Under 17 (2007) Metro players wanting to be considered for selection to Under 18 (2007) Metro must register for the Fall/Winter 2024-2025 session on Power Up no later than March 1st, 2024 and select 'Metro' for 'Level of Evaluation Requested' on the Player Questionnaire. Registration will open on February 15. 

Team rosters will be confirmed by email the first week of April. Players will have 24 hours to accept the placement offer. 

PATHWAY 2: Current CMFSC players on Under 17 (2007) Division 1 teams for the Fall/Winter 2023-2024 season have been and will continue to be monitored by Team Coaches, Age Group Head Coaches, and CMFSC Technical Staff Coaches during team practices, games, and additional programming (academy, camps, etc). Division 1 players that are wanting to be evaluated for Metro, are to attend the Metro session. Players wanting to be evaluated to stay at Division 1 are not to attend the session. 

Player Identification Session: All Division 1 players interested in playing on a Metro team are to register for the season and attend the Metro Player Identification Session. A player identification session is a technical staff run session where club assessors evaluate and make decisions on team placement. Players must wear athletic clothing (shorts, t-shirt, trackpants, rain jacket, etc.), soccer cleats, and shin-pads. Technical staff will run players through a warm-up and play small-sided games for the session. Players may be mixed with different groups of players throughout the session. All players that attend the session will be emailed their placement for the ensuing season. Players wanting to be evaluated to stay at Division 1 are not to attend the session. 

Registration: Returning Under 17 (2007) Division 1 players wanting to be considered for selection to Under 18 (2007) Metro or Division 1 must register for the Fall/Winter 2024-2025 session on Power Up no later than March 1st, 2024 and select either 'Metro' or 'Division 1' for 'Level of Evaluation Requested' on the Player Questionnaire. Registration will open on February 15. 

Team rosters will be confirmed by email the first week of April. Players will have 24 hours to accept the placement offer. 

PATHWAY 3: Current CMFSC players on Under 17 (2007) Division 2 teams for the Fall/Winter 2023-2024 season have been and will continue to be monitored by Team Coaches, Age Group Head Coaches, and CMFSC Technical Staff Coaches during team practices, games, and additional programming.  

Player Identification Session: All Division 2 players interested in playing on a Division 1 team are to register for the season and attend the Division 1 Player Identification Session. A player identification session is a technical staff run session where club assessors evaluate and make decisions on team placement. Players must wear athletic clothing (shorts, t-shirt, trackpants, rain jacket, etc.), soccer cleats, and shin-pads. Technical staff will run players through a warm-up and play small-sided games for the session. Players may be mixed with different groups of players throughout the session. All players that attend the session will be emailed their placement for the ensuing season.

Registration: Returning CMF Division 2 players wanting to be considered for selection to Under 18 Division 1 must register for the Fall/Winter 2024-2025 season on  Power Up  no later than March 1st, 2024 and select ‘Division 1’ for “Level of Evaluation Requested” on the Player Questionnaire. Registration will open on February 15th. 

Team rosters will be confirmed by email the first week of April. Players will have 24 hours to accept the placement offer. 

PATHWAY 4: Players that are new to CMFSC that are interested in playing at the Metro or Division 1 level can attend the CMFSC hosted Identification Session. A player identification session is a technical staff run session where club assessors evaluate and make decisions on team placement. Players must wear athletic clothing (shorts, t-shirt, trackpants, rain jacket, etc.), soccer cleats, and shin-pads. Technical staff will run players through a warm-up and play small-sided games for the session. Players may be mixed with different groups of players throughout the session. All players that attend the session will be emailed their placement for the ensuing season. 

Registration: All players new to CMFSC that want to play Metro or Division 1 must register on Power Up for the Identification Session. To register, create an account and add your child on Power Up. Click in the registration centre and select "Under 18 Boys/Girls Identification Session". The cost is $25 and is non-refundable. If a player accepts a spot on any CMFSC for the 2024-2025 season, the $25 will be applied to the registration fees.  Registration is open and players must be registered prior to the first session. Under 18 Metro/Division 1 team rosters will be confirmed by email the first week of April. Players will have 24 hours to accept the placement offer.  

Under 18 Metro & Division 1 Identification Sessions Schedule:    

*CMFSC Under 17 Metro Fall/Winter 2023-2024 players are not invited to attend these sessions.
*CMFSC Under 17 Division 1 Fall/Winter 2023-2024 wanting to be evaluated to stay at Division 1 are not to attend the session.

Session  Age Group Gender Birth Year Date Time Location
Session - Metro Under 18 Boys 2007 March 11, 2024 8pm - 9pm Town Centre North
Session - Division 1 Under 18 Boys 2007 March 14, 2024 8pm - 9pm Town Centre Fridge
Session - Metro Under 18 Girls 2007 March 11, 2024 7:30pm - 8:45pm Town Centre Cunnings
Session - Division 1 Under 18 Girls 2007 March 8, 2023 7:00pm - 8:00pm Town Centre Fridge

What should I expect at a Player Identification Session? A player identification session is a technical staff run session where club assessors evaluate and make decisions on team placement. Players must wear athletic clothing (shorts, t-shirt, trackpants, rain jacket, etc.), soccer cleats, and shin-pads. Technical staff will run players through a warm-up and play small-sided games for the session. Players may be mixed with different groups of players throughout the session. There are two sessions per age group with the first session being OPEN to all and the second being an invitation only. All players that attend the session will be emailed their placement for the ensuing season.