July 30, 2022
Following a comprehensive review of current structure and upon recommendations from Technical Director Troye Flannery, the Chilliwack FC Executive has affirmed new roles and responsibilities for each of the club’s staff coaches. Building on the new curriculum Troye Flannery has introduced, each staff coach role has specific qualifications and expectations that will increase the club’s professionalism and offer a new level of accountability to the membership.
Chilliwack FC is very pleased to announce the following new roles:
All manager roles require industry recognized certifications in Child Protection, Respect in Sport, Respect in the Workplace, and Making Ethical Decisions. As well, many of the roles require one or more Canada Soccer licenses or other training befitting the scope of each role.
“We are grateful for Troye Flannery’s leadership in establishing our club’s technical team to execute our new curriculum and deliver best practice programming,” said Richard Tagle, Chilliwack FC Chairperson. “As well, the Chilliwack FC Executive would like to thank the membership for supporting our staff coaches as they begin their new roles servicing the club.”
Biographies for each of the club’s technical team are forthcoming and will be available on the club website shortly.
Chilliwack FC continues to facilitate fun and educational opportunities for soccer players this August through its summer camps, pop-up camps, and Trinity Western University Women’s Soccer All Girls Camp. To register for these and many other Chilliwack FC programs, including the Fall 2022 season, go to www.chilliwackfc.com
Chilliwack FC aspires to facilitate a lifelong love for the game enabled by an accessible member pathway embracing diverse and inclusive programming for everyone in our community—players, parents, coaches, officials, and volunteers.