Documents & Forms

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COVID-19 Contact Tracing Form

To submit a COVID-19 Contact Tracing report, click here.

Criminal Record Check

Chilliwack FC requires every coach and manager of our teams to complete a Criminal Record Check. Even if you have an existing CRC with a school or through your job we require a separate one done for our purposes, no exceptions.

We have changed to an online process offered through the Province of BC’s Ministry of Justice. This should streamline the process for coaches as well as our office staff.

ALL Coaches, Assistant Coaches and Team Managers will require this new check to be done. Chilliwack FC Criminal Records Checks as per BC Soccer requires checks to be not older than 36 months from the original or current issued CRC date. Coaches are reminded of their responsibility to maintain this timeline and any change to an acceptable Criminal Records Check shall be reported to the Chairperson of the Chilliwack FC immediately.

We appreciate your patience and understanding in regards to this.

If you have any issues or problems with this process please contact our office.

It’s advisable to have your current credit info/history handy when doing the CRC. The system will ask you questions about your credit history to verify you are who you say you are. These are security measures only and CFC does not receive this info from the Ministry of Justice.

CLICK HERE to be directed to the page and enter the following access code.



Financial Assistance

Chilliwack FC believes all children should have the opportunity to participate in sport.

The foundations listed below and Chilliwack FC offer financial assistance to families in need so all children have the opportunity to experience the positive benefits of organized sports.

Please view the foundations below or contact Chilliwack FC for more information.

» KidSport Canada
» City of Chilliwack Access Program
» Let Kids Play

Player Medical Info Form

To download our Player Medical Info Form click here.


Click here for the form.

CSA Fair Play Code of Conduct Form

Click here for the form.

CFC Coaches Code of Conduct

For fair play for all!

The Chilliwack Football Club endorses and expects all participants to uphold its Code of Conduct.

This code embraces the idea of fair play and the opportunity for players, coaches, and referees to participate in a reasonable and safe environment.

Code of Conduct click here to download the form!

CSA Guide to Accessibility and Inclusion

Click here to download the Canada Soccer Guide to Accessibility and Inclusion.

CSA Guide to Safety

Click here to download the CSA Guide to Safety.

CSA Guidelines for Adults Interacting with Children in Sport

Click here to download the CSA Guidelines for Adults Interacting with Children in Sport.

CFC Coaching Application Form

Click here for our coaching application form.

Children's Fitness Tax Credit

Starting with the 2007 tax year, the Government of Canada allows a non-refundable tax credit based on eligible fitness expenses paid by parents to register a child in a prescribed program of physical activity.

The children’s fitness tax credit lets parents claim up to $500 per year for eligible fitness expenses paid for each child who is under 16 years of age at the beginning of the year in which the expenses are paid.

Click here for more information.

Please stop by the Soccer Office during Office Hours to pick up your receipt.  Click here for Office hours and location.

Player Pathway and Player Environment

Long-Term Player Development (LTPD) is a CSA soccer-specific adaptation of the Long-Term Athlete Development model (LTAD) developed by Canadian Sport Centres. LTAD is a scientific model for periodized athlete training and development that respects and utilizes the natural stages of physical, mental, and emotional growth in athletes. Like the LTAD program, LTPD is designed to:

1. Promote lifelong enjoyment of physical activity.
2. Provide a structured player development pathway.
3. Describe best practices for elite player development.
4. Create long-term excellence.

Benefits of LTPD

The BC Soccer Pathway provides a roadmap for soccer players of all ages and abilities to participate at various levels of the game with the aim of encouraging lifelong participation. The Pathway is built around the principles of Long-Term Player Development (LTPD).

Canada Soccer's Wellness to World Cup

The Canadian Soccer LTPD model, Wellness to World Cup, is designed to optimize Canadian excellence and lifelong wellness through soccer.

To read the CSA Document please click here.

BC Soccer Small Sided Club Manual

The Small-Sided/ Mini Soccer Club Development Manual has been created to provide member clubs within British Columbia a roadmap to responsible and beneficial age appropriate development programming for “Active Start” (u6), “FUNdamentals” (u7+u8) and “Learning to Train” (u9-u12).

To review the manual please click here.

BC Soccer - The Educated Parent Manual

The BC Soccer Educated Parent Manual has been designed to assist parents to support their children’s needs in the development within the game. Click here to download a copy.

Judicial Code & Policies of BC Soccer - February 2020

To view the BC Soccer Judicial Code and Policies of BC Soccer, please click here.