March 15, 2021
All players wishing to be evaluated for placement on a Chilliwack FC U11-18 (2004-2011 birth years) Development team in the fall MUST submit an Evaluation Request Form in order to be registered for the evaluation process. This includes all current Development players on any team. Click here to register.
U11-13 (2009 – 2011 birth years) –
Registered players will attend both of the respective age group sessions scheduled below. These evaluation sessions will be conducted by respective age group team coaches in addition to club staff due to the expected volume of players. All registered players will receive a reminder email 1-2 days prior to the first evaluation session.
U14-18 (2004 – 2008 birth years) –
Upon receipt of their Evaluation Request the respective Development Team age group coaches will invite registered players to up to two team practices scheduled between March 30th and April 8th (schedule below). These evaluation sessions will be conducted by respective age group coaches and team staff.
Location: Exhibition Field
|Monday, March 29||Tuesday, March 30||Wednesday, March 31|
|5:00-6:15pm||U13 Boys (2009)||U15, U16 Girls (2007, 2006)||U11 Boys (2011)|
|6:30-7:45pm||U14 Boys (2008)||U17-18 Girls (2005, 2004)||U12 Boys (2010)|
|8:00-9:15pm||U15, U16 Boys (2007, 2006)||U17, U18 Boys (2005, 2004)|
|Monday, April 5||Tuesday, April 6||Wednesday, April 7||Thursday, April 8|
|5:00-6:15pm||U13 Boys (2009)||U11, U13 Girls (2011, 2009)||U11 Boys (2011)||U11, U13 Girls (2011, 2009)|
|6:30-7:45pm||U14 Boys (2008)||U12, U14 Girls (2010, 2008)||U12 Boys (2010)||U12, U14 Girls (2010, 2008)|
|8:00-9:15pm||U15, U16 Boys (2007, 2006)||U17-18 Girls (2005, 2004)||U17, U18 Boys (2005, 2004)||U15, U16 Girls (2007, 2006)|
March 14, 2021
Dear Chilliwack FC Families,
It’s hard to believe we’ve been maneuvering our way through the COVID-19 pandemic for just a year…it seems like a twenty. However, there is a light at the end of the tunnel, even if it’s just a glimmer there is a light and we’re hopeful we’ll have the kids back on the field playing games in the near future. As we anxiously await the Provincial Health Office to ease the restrictions a little further to allow games to be played the Chilliwack FC Executive, and in particular the Spring Coordinators, are busy planning the Chilliwack Ford Spring Soccer season for you and the organizers of the Cascadia League are busy planning too.
Planning for the unknown is challenging at best but here is what we can tell you about the two spring options as of today with the caveat that they are always subject to change.
Payment date for both the Chilliwack Ford Spring Soccer League and Cascadia League has been moved to Wednesday, March 31, 2021.
Chilliwack Ford Spring Soccer League
|U4 Kick Start||Coed||Monday/Tuesday*|
*Kick Start will be run over two days. Our coordinator will assign you to your day and time.
Cascadia Soccer League
|Tuesday||5:15pm-6:30pm||U9/U10||Girls||Chilliwack Senior Secondary|
|U13 Intake (U12)|
|U11 Intake (U10)|
|6:45pm-8:00pm||U13 Intake (U12)|
As we have more information about the upcoming spring season, we will reach out again. In the meantime, we hope you have a safe and enjoyable Spring Break. We look forward to seeing everyone on the pitch real soon.
Chilliwack FC Executive
March 13, 2021
In an interview with The Chilliwack Progress earlier this week, Chilliwack FC technical director and head coach Glenn Wilson announced the launch of our new Skills Centre development program. To read the news article, click here.
Starting with larger group training this Spring, the Skills Centre will focus on assessing and supporting individual player development for U8 and above. Later, the Skills Centre will include small group, one-on-one, and goalkeeper training as well.
To learn more about the new Chilliwack FC Skills Centre, or to register now, click here.
March 10, 2021
A message from Canada Soccer:
With just 30 seconds of your time you can ensure local soccer programs have support from all levels of government to continue growing the sport in Canada. Players, parents, and volunteers in our communities all benefit from sport, which is why we have joined the Sport Helps campaign.
The COVID-19 pandemic has caused many events and programs to be cancelled, reducing revenues and impacting programs from the grassroots, development and National Teams. To help offset these losses and ensure continuity of our programs, we have partnered with other national sports organizations to ask the government for added support.
We want to see programs and events come back strong, and are pushing for investments in the upcoming federal budget. We hope you will lend your voice to help the national soccer community make sure politicians understand what is at stake.
WRITE A LETTER
To get active, we ask that you go to www.sporthelps.ca and click the ‘take action’ button. You can then send a letter with just a few clicks to your local MP, the Minister of Finance and the Minister responsible for Sport in Canada. By entering your name and address the tool will personalize and send the letter on your behalf.