House League Information

HOUSE LEAGUE GAME AND PRACTICE INFORMATION

 

Division

Game Tme and Location

Scheduled Practice Night

 

U11/12 Girls

Saturday 8:30-9:35 on the Turf Field

Monday

(Time and location TBA)

U11/12 Boys

Saturday 8:30-9:35 OR 9:45-10:50 (will vary week to week) on Evans Field

Tuesday

(Time and location TBA)

U9/10 Girls

Saturday 10:30-11:30 on Martin Field

Monday

(Time and location TBA)

U9/10 Boys

Saturday 8:30-9:25 OR 9:30-10:25

on Martin Field (will vary week to week)

Wednesday

(Time and location TBA)

U7/8 Girls

Saturday 1:15-2:15 on Mini Fields

Thursday

(Time and location TBA)(Time and location TBA)

U7/8 Boys

Saturday 12:00-1:00 on Mini Fields

Thursday

U5/6 Boys & Girls

Saturday 10:45-11:45 on Mini Fields

This age group does not have a weekly practice

Volunteer Requirement YES - Each house league team will be assigned a 2 hour time slot to work in the Concession on one Saturday per season. Click HERE for the complete schedule.
Start Dates Typically, U5-U12 players start the 3rd or 4th Saturday in September.  You will likely not hear from your coach before mid-September about team placement.
Length of Season U6-U12 play September through to the end of March, with a break for December and January.

CBC Sports Soccer News

19 March 2019

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.