Our club

Club Philosophy

The Cowichan Valley Soccer Association is a volunteer based non-profit club. The Club relies on its members to volunteer some of their time to keep the club operational, keep costs low and to meet its commitments to its players.

The Cowichan Valley Soccer Association is an inclusive organization and welcomes full participation of all individuals in our programs and activities. We believe that everyone involved in sport has the right to participate in safe and inclusive environments free of abuse, harassment, and discrimination. The CVSA is proud to support LGBTQ2+ athletes. We work to ensure that all children in the Cowichan Valley who wish to are given the opportunity to play soccer where they feel they belong and are comfortable and safe.

We strive for an inclusive and safe environment where every member is supported while developing their skills and love of the game.



Our Volunteer Board of Director

Volunteer Executive Officers
President, Head Referee

Bill Keserich


Ryan Connelly

Vice President, Head Referee, Equipment
Recording Secretary

Darian Achurch

Volunteer Board member(s)
Board member
Board member

Richard Burdet

Board Member

Stacy De Lusignan

Board member

Stephen Norbury

Board Member

Elliot Fox-Povey

Board Member

Dan Lomas

Board Member

Eric Nelson

Team Photograph coordinator


Risk Manager
Practice Field Scheduler
Field lining

Bruce Ovans

Concession Manager

Danielle Clegg

Gym Coordinator

Alanna Skene


Stephen Norbury

Technical Team
Technical Director
Technical Director

Ashley Stultz

CVSA Bylaws and Constitution

By Laws & Key Documents
Board of Directors Meeting Minutes- 2022

BC Soccer Charter Program

CVSA is working with BC Soccer to become a Charter Organization. BC Soccer’s free Charter Program designed to assist and support members (full and associate) and affiliated soccer clubs is transitioning to better align and support Canada Soccer's Club Licensing Program - see here for more details on the transition.
As a parent, player, coach, or any other role, we hope you encourage the organization you participate in to get involved in club licensing as we believe the more organizations involved, the better the soccer experience for the thousands players in British Columbia.
During the Spring 2021, BC Soccer will update the information on these pages as we collectively work through the transition. We thank the members and clubs for their support and commitment to help create better environments for soccer across BC.

Covid-19 Information


  • If you do not feel well or are displaying symptoms of COVID-19, you must stay home
  • If you have traveled outside of Canada, you are not permitted at the facility or to participate in any Club program until you have self- isolated for a minimum of 14 days.
  • If you live in a household with someone who has COVID-19 or is showing symptoms of COVID- 19, you must stay home
  • If you are unsure of any symptoms, you may be not aware of you should use the COVID Self-Assessment Tool to confirm you or your childs readiness to participate in the Activity.