FAQ

Which clubs are eligible to be part of the BC Soccer Club Charter Program?
All full members and their affiliate soccer clubs, including BCSPL clubs are eligible to be a part of this BC Soccer Club Charter program

Which associate members are eligible to be part of the BC Soccer Club Charter Program?
Any associate member may apply to participate in the BC Soccer Club Charter program

How does a soccer organization learn more about the program?
Please contact Paul Turner at paulturner@bcsoccer.net

Does the Club Charter Program cost anything to tjoin?
The program is free for all participating organizations.  BC Soccer values all of the services provided to the thousand of individuals involved in the game at the local levels and this program is a way for BC Soccer to continue to show their support.

What is the Youth Districts or Adult Leagues involvement with the Club Charter Program?
Clubs who opt into the program need to be in good standing with their District or League. Through the automated letter of intent process the District or League will need to support the club's letter of intent.

What is Canada Soccer's National Youth Club Licensing Program?
Canada Soccer’s Club Licensing Program categories four levels of recognition book-ended with Canada Soccer Standards for Quality Soccer and National Youth Club Licensing designations. In order to obtain the Canada Soccer Standards for Quality Soccer designation, all clubs across the country must be in good standing with their respective governing bodies, thus must be in compliance with the appropriate jurisdiction requirements such as bylaws, rules, regulations, etc. As well as meeting the specific Canada Soccer Standards for Quality Soccer criteria.

For more information on Canada Soccer's Club Licensing Program please CLICK HERE

Do clubs and organizations in BC need to complete BC Soccer's Club Charter Program prior to applying in Canada Soccer's National Youth Club Licensing Program?
Yes. Canada Soccer have confirmed that good standing in BC refers to organizations meeting and receiving BC Soccer’s Club Charter Standard 1 designation as this program ensure compliance with the provincial requirements to be in good standing.