- Published: Thursday, 01 October 2015 13:43
Josh Crawford's wife, Jody Starter, has entered palliative care at home. Queen of Angels, where Josh's kids go to school have organized a bottle drive/fundraiser. Please come and out and support this worthy cause if you can. Josh has worked as volunteer coach with the CVSA for several years and would appreciate your support for his family in this time of need. Please show your support and drop off bottles or make a donation.
DATE: OCT 17TH, SATURDAY
TIME: 9 – 3
LOCATION: QUEEN OF ANGELS SCHOOL
- Published: Monday, 07 September 2015 18:24
Boys U11/12 teams are now at capacity. New registrants in this age group will be put on a waitlist. The CVSA soccer academy is running Monday nights starting Sept 28th as an option for waitlisted players to get some excellent soccer touches. The U13 - U18 teams are full with the exception of a couple of teams that have 1-2 spots available. The house league teams are also nearing capacity, but we will try and accommodate as many players as possible. Online registration is also still open. Click here to access the form.
- Published: Monday, 31 August 2015 21:23
Neil holds a Canadian Soccer Association and USSF 'A' Licence. After spending 11 years coaching in the NCAA Division I and Division II, Neil returned to Victoria and is a mainstay in technical development on the Island. He was previously part of the CSA national women's team staff and was head coach/director of the Upper Island Regional Soccer Centre based out of Nanaimo for two years. He also served as director of development for Victoria Highlanders FC for three and a half years before co-founding EPIC, a soccer services organization on the Island that provides development programs. On June 18th Neil was appointed the head coach of the Vancouver Island Whitecaps prospect program.
The Academy will run for 8 weeks, start date is Sept. 28 from 6-7 pm for U11-12 players and 7-8 for U13 - U16 players. Cost is $140.00. Goalies are free and practice from 6-7 pm. On-line registration Is now open. Here is the link to register online:
- Published: Tuesday, 23 June 2015 09:36
It is now official. After many trials and tribulations, and with much lobbying by our Club President as well as many other club members, we are finally getting a turf field at Lower Sherman, alongside the curling rink.
Based on a report from Island Health stating that artificial turf causes no substantial effect on players' health, the majority of North Cowichan councillors voted recently to approve the building of a turf field for the Cowichan Valley Soccer Association.
If all goes according to schedule, the project should be completed and the field ready for use in November.