VIPL Assessments

The Vancouver Island Premier League (VIPL) begins at U14 for players interested in playing Tier 2 soccer on the island.  VIPL is the level of soccer above Gold and the level below VI Wave (BCSPL).  Please see attached Levels of Play for clarification.  Assessments for the Regional VIPL teams that will start play in September 2019 will take place on April 5th & 13th at Hampton Turf and the University of Victoria Field #2 respectively.  A third assessment may be scheduled for a later date if required.  Players are expected to attend all assessments if possible.

Assessment #1: Friday, April 5th at Hampton turf.

Girls: 6:00-7:30pm.

Boys: 7:30-9:00pm.

Assessment #2: Saturday, April 13th at UVic #2 turf.

Girls: 1:30-2:45pm

Boys: 2:45-4:00pm.

Players must register prior to attending the assessments.  A fee of $10 is to be paid at the time of registration for assessments. To register follow these links:

Registration Links:



U11/U12 Gold Assessments

2019/20 Assessment dates for U11 and U12 Gold Teams

Players born in 2008 and 2009


April 4               Boys   5:45 pm to 7 pm     Blue Heron

                          Girls    6:45 pm to 8 pm     Blue Heron


April 10            Girls     5:45 pm to 7 pm    Blue Heron

                         Boys     6:45 pm to 8 pm    Blue Heron 



Reminder – No Tax Receipts

Just a reminder that Peninsula FC will _not_ be sending out tax receipts for players registered in the 2018-2019 season, as the government has eliminated child fitness tax credit after the 2017 tax year.

Click HERE for more information.

PFC Academy Spring Session

PFC is proud to offer the Spring Session of our soccer academy. This is a competitive and developmental program that allows players to train twice a week and play games against other academies. The academy teams will also look into registering for tournaments on the island or the mainland.


Tuesday/Thursday nights at Iroquois Park
Start April 9th
10 weeks
So ends June 13th (unless we have make up sessions to do at the end)
U7-U8 (2012 / 2013 birth years) & U9-U10 (2010 / 2011 birth years) – MINI
U11 – U13 (2009 – 2007 birth years) – Super8
U14 – U18 (2002 – 2006 birth years) – Full Field
5:30pm – 6:30pm  – Mini
6:30pm – 8pm  – Super8/Full Field
$175 Mini
$225 Super8/Full Field(U14-U18)
To register, click Here.

Peninsula FC Spring Soccer 2019

Peninsula FC Spring Soccer…a fun introductory way to introduce your child to the game…or for those currently registered to extend their season a few weeks longer.
Monday nights at Iroquois Park
Apr 8,15, 22, 29
May 6,13, 27 (no 20, May Long Weekend)
June 3 (* June 10th – make up date if needed)
U5-U6 (2014 / 2015 birth years)
U7-U8 (2012 / 2013 birth years)
U9-U10 (2010 / 2011 birth years)
5:30pm – 6:30pm  (U5/U6 Co-ed and U7/U8 Girls)
6:30pm – 7:30pm  (U7/U8 Boys and U9/U10 Co-ed)
$60 for current players
$75 for new players (*extra fees are due to insurance costs)
To register click here: Register for Spring League
*Limited spaces are available.

PFC Award Night April 12th

PFC will be hosting our annual awards and recognition ceremony for super 8 (U11- U13) and full field teams(U14-U18) on April 12, 2019 at Parkland School gym.  We are hoping all coaches and teams can attend the event. Super 8’s will be from 5:45 -7 pm. Full field teams will be from 7-8:30 pm. We will be serving pizza and drinks to the coaches and teams that are attending.

Respect in Sport Joint Statement


The Lower Island Soccer youth club Presidents/Boards are jointly committed to a community soccer environment free from harassment, discrimination, violent conduct or retaliation of any kind.  We firmly believe in treating everyone with dignity, respect, and professionalism.

In response to a few recent incidents we felt compelled to let our membership; volunteers, players and parents know that we will all collectively stand behind each other to ensure that this is minimized and eventually eliminated from our sport and community.  When incidents do happen, we will collectively work together, collaborate, to try to get to the bottom of the situation and resolve the problems – even if this means ultimately disciplining players, coaches and parents (e.g. suspension from training, games, park).

Our clubs take allegations of misconduct very seriously. As a combined group, we have taken steps to make sure people have multiple ways to report concerns about soccer field behavior and are comfortable coming forward with those concerns. Through this partnership, the club Presidents and Boards will help lead the discussion on appropriate playing field behavior.

We will ensure our respective clubs are always working hard to improve by engaging with our community, building an inclusive culture, advancing new knowledge, and leading the way in seeking creative solutions to ever-changing challenges.

These responsibilities are also delegated to every member of our Board and staff.  We have made it clear to our organizations that any level of bullying, harassment, violent conduct or offensive behavior will not be tolerated.

Behavior described above is strictly prohibited under the BC Soccer Policies (Link to BCSoccer Policy on Conduct) and LISA  Harassment Policy (Link to LISA Policy on Harassment) and also contravenes the codes of participants conducts at each of the clubs.

With respect in sport,

Bays United FC

Cowichan Soccer

Gorge Soccer

Juan de Fuca Soccer

Lakehill FC

Peninsula FC

Prospect Lake Soccer Club

Saanich Fusion Football Cub

Salt Spring United

Sooke Soccer Club

Div 2 Women’s Team Wins League

Congratulations to the Peninsula Pace Div 2 Women’s team, who have won the league this year, and will be moving up to Div1 next year. Well done!

Goalkeeper Clinics Jan/Feb 2019

Wednesday January  30th at Blue Heron (weather permitting).

  • U8 to U10 players : 5:30 pm to 6:30 pm
  • U11 to U18  players : 6:30 pm to 8 pm 

Wednesday Febrary 13th and 27th at Blue Heron (weather permitting).


  • U8 to U10 players : 5:30 pm to 6:30 pm
  • U11 to U18  players : 6:30 pm to 8 pm