Divisional U11(Gold) – U18

(U11 Gold and all tiers of U12 are also referred to as Divisional by League Schedulers)

Boys

KLM divisional boy’s teams play under the umbrella of the Vancouver Youth Soccer Association (VYSA) and play in the BC Coastal Soccer League (BCCSL). The BCCSL covers the districts of Alouette, Burnaby, Fraser Valley, North Shore, Richmond, South Fraser, Tri-Cities and Vancouver Youth Soccer Association. Competition is open to all boys from U11 to U18. The U11 to U12 teams play 8-aside soccer.

U13-U18 boys teams play within their age group at the Gold, Silver or Bronze levels. Games at all levels are against teams within the BCCSL. Travel to other BCCSL teams is required Generally only teams in Gold Level will have games against the Alouette, Fraser Valley and North Fraser teams. This however, may be subject t change. KLM divisional U12 to U18 home games are played at a number of “home” fields which change from year to year but are typically located at: Memorial Field, Walter Moberly Elementary, Hillcrest Fields, Andy Livingstone, Trillium Park, Van Tech Secondary Field or Empire Fields.

U13 to U18 Players may be “streamed” or they can continue to play at a recreational level (Bronze) or try out for competitive (Silver & Gold) level teams. A high level of commitment is required and expected for Silver and Gold teams. Silver and Gold teams usually practice twice a week while Bronze teams usually practice once a week.

Assessments for U13 teams are held in early March while Tryouts for positions on U14-U18 Silver & Gold teams are begin in March and continue on until the individual coach deems necessary or the roster limit is reached. Returning players to KLM should register as soon as possible during February and early March to secure a place on a team or at least be informed of tryouts to set teams. New players requesting to be placed on a Bronze team will be accommodated, space permitting. New Gold & Silver players to KLM should contact the club immediately to request a Try Out by contacting: tryouts@klmsoccer.com. Players who register after the tryout period will be accommodated on teams as space permits.

 

Girls

A major goal for KLM is to build a strong girls program. We are committed to building up the girl’s side from the community programs up to the divisional program. We will commit resources as necessary to make our girls side a success.

KLM divisional girl’s teams play under the umbrella of the Vancouver Youth Soccer Association (VYSA). Vancouver is partnered with all the other districts in the Lower Mainland to make up the BCCGSL League. Competition is open to all girls from U11 to U18. The U11 to U12 teams play 8-aside soccer.

U13-U18 girls teams play within their age group at the Gold, Silver or Bronze levels. Games at all levels are against teams within the BCCGSL. Travel to other BCCGSL teams is required. KLM divisional U12 to U18 home games are played at a number of “home” fields which change from year to year but are typically located at: Memorial Field, Walter Moberly Elementary, Hillcrest Fields, Andy Livingstone, Trillium Park, Van Tech Secondary Field or Empire Fields.

U13 to U18 Players may be “streamed” or they can continue to play at a recreational level (Bronze) or try out for competitive (Silver & Gold) level teams. A high level of commitment is required and expected for Silver and Gold teams. Silver and Gold teams usually practice twice a week while Bronze teams usually practice once a week.

Assessments for U13 teams are held in early March while Tryouts for positions on U14-U18 Silver & Gold teams begin in March and continue on until the individual team coach deems necessary or the roster limit is reached. Returning players to KLM should register as soon as possible during February and early March to secure a place on a team or at least be informed of tryouts to set teams. New players requesting to be placed on a Bronze team will be accommodated, space permitting. New Gold & Silver players to KLM should contact the club immediately to request a Try Out by contacting: tryouts@klmsoccer.com. Players who register after the tryout period will be accommodated on teams as space permits.

Divisional games for boys and girls are scheduled from mid-September through to early March (with a 3-4 week Christmas break). Boy’s games are played on Saturday (U17 & U18 boys may play on Friday and Sunday) while girls games are played on Sundays. Some teams play tournament games on holiday weekends (e.g. Thanksgiving) and teams successful in League or Provincial Cup Tournaments continue to play after March until they are eliminated.

 

Academy Programs

The club offers additional year round development training programs for players from U8-U13. Players in these programs are trained in a high level training environment by our KLM professional coaching staff. These programs are offered separately from our normal Fall/Winter League registration and our referred to as our ACADEMY PROGRAMS.
Find out more about our academy programs by clicking a corresponding main menu item above.

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Where - PRACTICES, HOME GAMES & ACADEMY TRAINING

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Trillium Park
600 National Ave, Vancouver

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Vantech Secondary
2650 Slocan St, Vancouver

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Andy Livingstone
89 Expo Blvd, Vancouver

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Empire Fields
2901 E Hastings St, Vancouver

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Memorial South Park
5955 Ross St, Vancouver
@ PrinceAlbert Street & 45th St Avenue

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Hillcrest Fields
4501 Clancy Loranger Way, Vancouver
@ Midlothian Avenue

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Walter Moberly Field
1000 E 59th Ave, Vancouver

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Field Closures

The Vancouver Parks Board reserves the right to close all Fields in the event of heavy rain that results in the saturation of the fields or the fields having standing water or large muddy areas. In addition if the fields are frozen, have snow or heavy frost on them, the Vancouver Parks Board at their discretion may close the fields until such time the surface conditions have thawed and drained. The Parks Board notifies the local soccer clubs of field closures on Friday afternoons and in turn the club will notify all 8 Aside families by 7pm on Friday. We will also be updating this information on the KLM Facebook and Twitter Social Media platforms.

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