Buy high quality web hosting service and build a profesisonal website with BlueHost web host provider.

Criminal Record Check

All Coaches, Assistant Coaches, Managers and Team Mothers are required to have a Criminal Record Check done every two years and returned to the club before the season starts. This involves downloading and completing the following, two forms and taking them to your Community Policing Office to request a Criminal Record Check. Be sure to bring along two pieces of ID as well as the CVSA Criminal Record Check Letter (without this letter you will have to pay a fee). Once completed (it may take several weeks), please mail in or drop off the forms with Tanis. 

The 1st form (Form GR3584) indicates that it’s for Liquor Control purposes, but it’s actually considered page one of 2 required to complete the check.  The 2nd form (RCMP Pardon) is page 2 of 2.

Did You Know?

  • FIFA Women’s World Cup
    May. 21, 2014

    If you did not know, the FIFA Women’s World Cup is coming to Canada next summer from 6 June to 5 July 2015, and NINE matches will be hosted in Vancouver in BC Place...

    Read More...

  • Athlete Performance and Therapy
    Jan. 12, 2014

    Scott Noa is a Certified Athletic Therapist and Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist now working in the Cowichan Valley.  You may see him soon at...

    Read More...

  • Coaching Education and Certification
    Aug. 14, 2012

    By 2015 all coaches in BC must hold coaching certification, to help our CVSA coaches prepare for this deadline we are offering several options. Please review...

    Read More...

Soccer Related Weblinks

  •  Coaching Resources (19)
    Links to documents such as soccer coaching manuals and curriculum guides, and to websites such as iSoccer, Byte Sized Coaching and much more.
  •  Soccer Businesses (5)
    Links to businesses offering soccer skill development camps for players, and to retailers such as Sports Traders, Sport Chek and Soccer Tactics.
  •  Soccer Clubs & Associations (7)
    Links to FIFA, Lower Island Soccer Association (LISA), BC Soccer, other soccer clubs on the island and more.

World Soccer News

World Soccer

  • A wonderful piece of improvisation from Milan's Jeremy Menez is our goal of the day. Ten great goals over the weekend.

  • Former president claims current World Player of the Year is unhappy at Real and fed up with the current president.Former president claims current World Player of the Year is unhappy at Real

  • Decision to ban chips angered players and alienated newly installed United manager from his players. Chip ban was final straw for United players unhappy with methods of new manager.

  • The mood of gloom enveloping Old Trafford was quick to lift after a first win of the season.The mood of gloom enveloping Old Trafford was quick to lift after a first win of the season.

  • Can an ageing group of Galácticos really revive the game of football in India? Former England goalkeeper David James at the launch of the Indian Super League.Featuring a galaxy of world stars, all of whom are well past their best. the Indian Super League aims to do for football, what the IPL did for cricket.

  • Looking ahead to Saturday's Premier League matches...Arsenal vs Manchester City kicks off this week's Premier League matches.

  • Suriname's international team is languishing in the FIFA rankings, but their lowly standing masks a rich footballing heritage. Ruud Gullit, Suriname's most famous football export, in action for Holland at the 1988 European Championships. Descendants from Surinamese immigrants have played a huge part in Holland's rich football history.

  • Players movement powers floodlights in the evening, though residents complain it is too expensiveResidents of the Morro da Mineira favela play in the newly installed pitch powered by player's footsteps, in Rio de JaneiroRio favela plays host to revolutionary technology.

Cowichan News Leader Sports

Sports - Cowichan News Leader

RSS Feed for Sports - Cowichan News Leader

Upcoming Events

Events Calendar

Corporate Sponsers

The Cowichan Soccer Association would like to thank the following businesses for their generous sponsorship of our teams:
Duncan Kiwanis
Bow-Mel Chrysler
Shriners-Subaru
With the help of these businesses, soccer remains an affordable sport for most families in the Cowichan Valley today.

Local Weather Forecast

Admin Login

Forgot your password? Forgot your username?