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A quick journey through Vancouver’s rich soccer history – AFTN

Soccer has had many homes in Vancouver throughout its history including Recreation Park, Larwill Park, Athletic Park, and Brockton Oval. But between 1921 to 1971 the stadium at Con Jones Park (now called Callister Park) was the epicentre and spiritual home of soccer in the city. BRITISH COLUMBIA SOCCER HERITAGE.

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Our History — Vancouver Youth Soccer Association

Our History. Vancouver Youth Soccer became an entity in 1949 under a number of names: Vancouver District Juvenile Soccer Association (VDJSA), Vancouver & District (V&D) and finally settled with Vancouver Youth Soccer Association (VYSA).Throughout the following "notes" you will notice acronyms such as BCJSA (BC Juvenile Soccer Association) and BCYSA (BC Youth Soccer Association).

Vancouver Whitecaps FC - Wikipedia

The Vancouver Whitecaps Football Club, also known as Vancouver Whitecaps FC or simply Vancouver Whitecaps, is a Canadian professional soccer team based in Vancouver. The Whitecaps FC compete in Major League Soccer (MLS) as a member club of the league's Western Conference. The club was established on March 18, 2009, and began play in 2011 as an ...

Canadian Soccer History-BC-The Early Years

All-Star team visited California, while a second Vancouver All-Star team visited California in 1913. Then in 1910, professional soccer was introduced in B.C., with the first professional game ever played in Canada taking place at Recreation Park in Vancouver on March 25 between the Rovers and the Callies.

Vancouver Metro Soccer League - Wikipedia

1946 Vancouver United; 1947 Collingwood FC; 1948 Norquay FC; 1949 Rainier Hotel FC; 1950 South Hill FC and James Bldrs. 1951 Varsity FC; 1952 A. N. & AF Unit #100; 1953 Vancouver Pilseners; 1954 Vancouver Pilseners; 1955 Dubbell Wear FC; 1956 Royal Oaks FC; 1957 Capilanos FC; 1958 Capilanos FC; 1959 Wallace FC; 1960 Vancouver Firefighters; 1961 Vancouver Firefighters

Saviours of the past...BC Soccer history unearthed in Australia

1920: playing in Greater Vancouver Church League; 1920s: played in Vancouver and District League, and in 1925, the Pacific Coast Football League. 1929-1941: Most notable years; 1947: Renamed Vancouver City at end of 1947; 1955: Renamed Halecos (sponsor) Mainland Cup: 1928 = Runner-Up. 1929 = Runner-Up. 1939 = Winner, 1941=Runner-Up

Vancouver ‘Power Couple’ are making Canadian Soccer History!

Vancouver ‘Power Couple’ are making Canadian Soccer History! The Canadian Press. In what is shaping up to be ‘Hollywood North’ script worthy, two of Canada’s most promising young soccer players continue to make waves. Power couple, Alphonso Davies and Jordyn Huitema, already boast ridiculous International accolades for their age, and ...

Welcome To The Village of Vancouver - A Soccer Story

Soccer has a remarkable past in BC, one that's been traced as far back as 1862 when the British Engineers known as the Sappers played the townsfolk of New Westminster during a festival. Since that time, the game has had many homes in Vancouver such as Recreation Park, The Cambie Grounds, Athletic Park and Empire Stadium.