Age Categories and Pricing Information

2020/2021 SEASON HOUSE LEAGUE PRICES

Division U12 U11 U10 U9 U8 U7 U6 U5^
Year of Birth 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016
Early Bird Fee
(until June 30)
               
Regular Fee
(after June 30)
$160 $160 $120 $120 $120 $120 $120 $120
Proof of Age
Requirement
REQUIRED FOR FIRST TIME CVSA PLAYERS ONLY YES YES
Team Gender NON CO-ED (U10 - U18) CO-ED (U5 - U9)
  • ^U5 players will be allowed to play as long as the space is available - combined with U6 group
  • *Family discount - $20/child discount for each additional child after first one is paid at full price

2020/2021 SEASON COMPETITIVE LEAGUE PRICES

Division U18 U17 U16 U15 U14 U13
Year of Birth 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008
Early Bird Fee*
(until June 30)
           
Regular Fee*
(after June 30)
$160 $160 $160 $160 $160 $160
Proof of Age
Requirement
REQUIRED FOR FIRST TIME CVSA PLAYERS ONLY
*Family discount - $20/child discount for each additional child after first one is paid at full price

COMPETITIVE LEAGUE GAME AND PRACTICE INFORMATION

Game times and locations for U13 - U18 teams are determined by the Lower Island Soccer Association and are posted on their website at the start of the season. Here is a link to those schedules: LOWER ISLAND SOCCER LEAGUE PLAY

CBC Sports Soccer News

26 November 2020

Club Sponsors

The Cowichan Valley Soccer Association would like to thank all these businesses for their generous sponsorship of our club. We are especially thankful to the Rotary Club for their significant contribution of $50,000 towards the cost of our new turf field. We also acknowledge the financial assistance of the Province of British Columbia. With this help, soccer remains an affordable sport for most families in the Cowichan Valley today.

 

provBC

 

The Cowichan Valley Soccer Association would like to thank all these businesses for their generous sponsorship of our club. We are especially thankful to the Rotary Club for their significant contribution of $50,000 towards the cost of our new turf field. We also acknowledge the financial assistance of the Province of British Columbia. With this help, soccer remains an affordable sport for most families in the Cowichan Valley today.