All VISL membership
A monthly update to send your
-Some preventative actions we
can take as a group regarding liquor & marijuana.
-Some further clarification
-A message from Pacific FC.
1) While new legislation has
come in with regards to marijuana, some aspects of it are still the same as
before. Under no circumstances should marijuana be brought into high school
changerooms, or consumed on school premises. It should also be noted that marijuana
may not be consumed at other changeroom facilities in the region. Please
respect the teams and clubs that provide changerooms and ask the question in
advance if any confusion. The same goes
for alcohol. While it has been “accepted” or “allowed” in different areas,
please note that it is against the law. Again, any questions, talk to the
people that provide you with the changerooms.
2) Uniforms in the VISL are
classified as primary and secondary. (Not home and away)
It is understood that a team
is to wear their primary uniform as noted on the website. If there is a
conflict between primary uniforms, the home team is to change.
If a team (visiting or home)
wishes to wear their secondary kit or alternate jerseys, it is up to that team
to contact the opposition and ensure it will not conflict on the day.
3) We are working with Pacific FC and wanting to support them in
their new venture as a professional club here on the Island. They are also
working with us and supporting the VISL. Please read their message below which
we fully endorse:
The foundation of Pacific Football Club is
built on community. Our mission is to bring Canadian, and more
importantly, Island talent to the world's stage. We want to provide a
voice for those who haven't had the opportunity to be heard.
In order for us to succeed, we need the
support of the local soccer community.
We hope to create a long lasting
partnership between VISL and PFC, one that is based on the mutual love of
soccer and the intangible benefits it provides. Moving forward, our
mission is to help VISL bring awareness to the association, provide a fun and
exciting atmosphere for social gatherings, and keep the growth of adult soccer
going. We look forward to having a fantastic partnership with the
association and its members for a long time.
For more information on our club philosophy, membership deposits
and other information, check out our website at www.pacificfootball.club.
PFC will open its downtown store Friday, November
30th at 665 Fort Street! To celebrate our
opening, we’re throwing a Launch Party from 12-6 p.m. with the island’s soccer
community. We’ll have 20% off merchandise for current deposit holders, and
those who put down their $50 deposit on the 30th.
We’ll also be running contests that include the opportunity to win your season
seats for our inaugural 2019 season. Ownership, coaching and technical staff
will be on hand at the store all afternoon; we look forward to connecting with
everyone who pops by!
VISL Team of the Week
A new project highlighting
individual performances across all divisions, the Team of the Week will be a
fun interactive way to support more VISL members.
We hope to get nominations in
and then complete the Team of the Week as often as possible.
We will most likely include
sponsors like Heineken, Fireball, 1550’s, and the Strath. As the year
progresses, we will probably include Team Sales, Rocky Cross Construction, and
Feel free to email myself (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Mike (email@example.com) as we
would love to hear about good stories on a weekly basis.
Some guidelines and
objectives in attached graphic.
The first team to be acknowledged for awesome social media presence - Hellas from Div 3B. They had a great start in September and carried on into October. Weekly posts and more on their Instgram HELLAS FC 250 account highlighting results and game MVP's getting presented the belt! They will receive a little 1550's love via a couple Gift Certificate's and it can go towards an occasion there. Keep it going, will choose another team for the next month ending mid November.
VISL Instagram - vancouver_island_soccer_league
VISL Twitter @vislinfo
Vince Twitter with more of the offside postings (including live tweet action) @vincenzo25
The Entry Level Referee Clinic is the entry point into 11 a-side soccer. Once an individual is successful in passing this clinic they will be classified as a Youth Referee (if they are 14 or 15 years old) or a District Referee (if they are 16 years old or older).The goal of this three day clinic is to ensure that individuals who pass are capable to be either a Referee or an Assistant Referee in 11 a-side soccer. This is done with experienced referee instructors who use video educational material and practical on field sessions. The topics covered include, but are not limited to the Laws of the Game, Positioning, Signals, Administration of the game, and Pre-Match Preparation & Match Reporting. Pre-requisite: Minimum 14 Years old by or on the day of the clinicClinic Length: 17 hoursClinic Time: Friday 6pm - 10pm - Saturday 9am - 5pm - Sunday 9am - 2pmClinic Fee: $131.25 plus a $4.46 user fee / system processing fee (includes GST)
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