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About The Indoor Facility

 

Coastal FC’s $5 million state of the art indoor soccer facility provides the best possible environment for footballing excellence within the province.  With weather elements being identified as a major barrier to player development in Canada, the BMO Coastal Soccer Centre is the largest purpose-built facility of its kind in the lower mainland.

About Coastal FC

Coastal Football Club was created on October 15, 2012 as a result of the amalgamation of Peace Arch Soccer Club, Semiahmoo Soccer Club and South Fraser Soccer Club. We provide recreational to high-performance soccer training and teams for boys, girls, and adults. 

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COASTAL INDOOR SOCCER LEAGUE

The Coastal Indoor Soccer League is a new initiative developed by Coastal FC. The League is comprised of a men’s league as well as a Coed League. 

Each ‘league’ is divided into different divisions, based on the level of play. Division 1 will consist of players who are looking for a fast-paced competitive level through to Division 3 where players are looking for a relaxed, fun and social environment.

All League games will be played in the brand new 33,000 square foot state of the art BMO Coastal Soccer Centre. The Centre is located at the South Surrey Athletic Park, east of Softball City.

Registration deadline is April 1st 2020.

 

 

MEN'S SPRING LEAGUE

 

CISL MEN'S SPRING SEASON - 18 WEEKS OF PLAY

REGISTRATION DEADLINE APRIL 1st 2020

Levels of Play:

 

Division 1

 

  • Have played soccer before

  • Desire to play at a competitive level

  • Comparable to D1 & D2 outdoor level

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Division 2

 

  • Fun based option for teams that want to play in a less competitive environment

 

Division 3

 

  • For those who may have never played soccer

  • For athletes who play other sports but want to play soccer

  • A fun environment to enjoy with friends

Over 35

  • For Men 35 and older 

  • One level of play 

 

Game Days:

Mondays - Division 1/2 

Begins April 13th - August 10th 

Tuesdays - Division 3 

Begins April 14th - July 28th 

Wednesdays - Over 35 

Begins April 15th - August 5th

 

Game Times: 9pm or 10pm

Game Format: 7 v 7

Registration Fee:

$2160 +GST 

Refund Policy

Refunds will be provided prior to February 29th, 2020. No refunds issued after March 1st, 2020

 

COED SPRING LEAGUE

CISL COED SPRING SEASON - 16 WEEKS OF PLAY

 

REGISTRATION DEADLINE APRIL 1st 2020

Game Days:

 

Sundays - Division 1/2 

Begins April 19th - August 9th 

Saturdays - Division 3/4 

Begins April 18th - August 8th

 

Game Times: 6pm or 7pm 

Game Format: 7 v 7

 

Registration Fee:

$1920 +GST

Refund Policy

Refunds will be provided prior to February 28th, 2020. No refunds issued after March 1st, 2020

 

Levels of Play:

 

Division 1

 

  • Have played soccer before

  • Desire to play at a competitive level

  • Comparable to D1 & D2 outdoor level

​​

Division 2

 

  • Fun based option for teams that want to play in a less competitive environment

 

Division 3

 

  • For those who may have never played soccer

  • For athletes who play other sports but want to play soccer

  • A fun environment to enjoy with friends

Division 4 

  • For those who have never played soccer before and would like to learn.

  • All about socializing & fun

 

BC Soccer Non-Registered Players

CISL is a sanctioned Associate Member Adult League with BC Soccer. As an Associate Member Adult League, there is a requirement that all League players must be registered with BC Soccer. This provides the Club and players associated benefits such as access to BC Soccer registered referee’s and insurance coverage.

Any player on the roster that is not registered with BC Soccer, for the 2019-2020 season, will be required to pay a $17.50 per player fee to register.

What does this mean…?  If your team members are currently playing outdoor soccer in one of the local leagues, that are sanctioned by BC Soccer, they are already registered and insured and will not be subject to the additional fee. For reference, these leagues can be found HERE. New players, or players from unsanctioned leagues, will be required to fill out additional registration information (to be provided) and pay the associated fee.

Teams will be invoiced by CISL for these additional player registrations.