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Posted 10/7/2017 Ref # 6217

A Special Thank You


 
Posted 8/26/2017 Ref # 6206

WVSC will be using ePACT for the storing and sharing of emergency information.



 
Posted 7/12/2017 Ref # 6190

WVSC U11 Titans receive letter from Justin Trudeau

A letter from the Prime Minister -- WVSC's U11 Titans are participating in the Gothia Cup, the world's largest youth football tournament.  This year the tournament is being held in Gothenburg, Sweden.  The Titans were selected to represent our country by carrying the Canadian flag during the opening procession.  The Titans have a strong contingency of volunteers who have worked hard to prepare them for the tournament and to plan for the trip.  The club thanks coaches:  Imtiaz Hassam, Alex Streicek, Blake Cunliffe, Ian Thompson, and Talal Yassin. A big thank you also goes to team managers: Shona Rae and Christine Yassin.



 
Posted 7/7/2017 Ref # 6189

BC Soccer 2016-17 Year in Review

(Please use this link to take you to the Review) https://bcsoccer.net/flipbook2017/mobile/index.html#p=1

BC Soccer 2016-17 Year in Review



 
Posted 6/4/2017 Ref # 6186

足球俱乐部信息


West Vancouver Soccer Club 信息

West Vancouver Soccer Club (WVSC)是西温哥华最大的社区性体育组织。我们足球队的组员来自于这地区所有的学校,主要给4-17岁的男孩和女孩提供足球训练项目。通过加入我们的足球队可以认识很多不同学校的朋友并给您带来归属感!我们也很荣幸有很多不同文化背景的选手加入我们的团队。成为组员的水平不限,通过训练项目您可以加强足球技巧,增加知识,锻炼身体,甚至成为专业足球选手。 虽然下一季高年龄的入队申请已截止并快要组合团队,但是现在有些团队还有名额未满。在我们Mini Program的5-10岁的男孩和女孩还有机会加入到团队,11岁以上的选手在团队里面目前还有非常少数名额。请立刻注册确保这些少数名额。我们注册规则是先到先得。请不要错过这个机会哦! 我们足球队还有暑期训营项目,是给4-13岁的男孩和女孩开的初级,中级,高级项目。您可以从下面链接申请下季项目:


 
Posted 5/29/2017 Ref # 6185

WVSC Financials for 2016-17

To get to the complete WVSC financial document, please copy the provided link and paste it into your web browser:
https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B9psym-fCVwsTF9UN3pZWWR6SkJBcnFJRHlhY3kwQmg4c2tn/view?usp=sharing


 
Posted 4/25/2017 Ref # 6175

Fred Jopson: WVSC Pioneer and Leader of Growing Soccer Across Canada

JOPSON, Frederick Ernest May 22, 1919 - April 12, 2017 


We are deeply saddened to announce the passing of our dad, Fred Jopson, in his 98th year. Fred is predeceased by his wife Corinne and son Fred Jr. He is survived by his son Brad; daughter Sherry Sayers (Rick); granddaughter Libby; grandsons Tyler (Jessie), Corey (Ashley) and Cameron; great-granddaughters Peyton and Camdyn; nephew Geoff (Alison); sisters-in-law Lorraine and Inez; and live in caregiver Beth, who for the past 8 years brought joy and fulfillment to his life. Fred, a 7th generation Canadian and a descendant of a Father of Confederation, was born on May 22, 1919 in his grandmother's home on Napier Street in Vancouver. The doctor arrived by horse and buggy. Fred attended school throughout the Great Depression, graduating from Vancouver Technical High School. Fred's lifelong interest in sports began at an early age. He played Youth Soccer until the PNE Forum ice rink was built and then became a Rink Rat. He remembered fondly his years in Jr. Hockey played in Vancouver and Seattle, highlighted by a game against Cyclone Taylor. Furthering his education, he developed tooling design skills that would place him in high demand as WWII broke out. He spent all six years of the war as a supervisor with Boeing Aircraft of Canada. His designs and innovations proved vital to production. After the war, Fred began his career in Electrical Manufacturing, remaining with Federal Pioneer Electric for 34 years until his retirement in 1984. Fred and Corinne were married for 59 years. They raised their three children in a home they built on Sentinel Hill in West Vancouver. As a founding member of the Hollyburn Country Club, he and Corinne curled for many years. Fred was always involved with his children's sports as coach, referee and umpire. In 1955, he helped to establish the West Vancouver Youth Soccer Association, serving as its President. From there, Fred's influence on the sport became legendary. For 35 years, he served on the board of the BC Youth Soccer Association and was also a founding member of the Canadian Youth Soccer Association. One of his proudest achievements was to develop and grow the BC Washington Soccer Exchange. For his efforts, Fred was awarded numerous Life Memberships. In recognition of his lifetime contributions to amateur sport, Fred received the prestigious Daryl Thompson Award from Sport BC. Most recently he was honoured with a Lifetime Achievement Award from the West Vancouver Soccer Club. Fred was grateful that his life afforded him many lasting friendships. Dad was kind, honest and a true gentleman who always had a story to tell. He shared with his children and grandchildren his pride in being Canadian and his love for Vancouver. Dad's love of family surpassed all. He embraced his role as family patriarch, and he revelled in his family's every success. Until his final day, Dad enjoyed radio talk shows, sports broadcasts and attending all family gatherings, including picnics and outdoor concerts in the Ambleside area. We loved him deeply and will hold him in our hearts forever. Join us in celebrating Dad's life on May 1st, 2017 at 1:00 pm at the West Vancouver Yacht Club, 5854 Marine Dr., West Vancouver. Remembrances in his name can be made to the Lions Gate Hospital Foundation.


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Posted 10/17/2016 Ref # 6169

Security on our website

We take all software/operating system security precautions to guard against unauthorized access to data.The collected data is required for internal uses and for the purposes of the BC Soccer Association and the West Vancouver Soccer Club. The personal information provided will be used for purposes reasonably associated with your child's enrollment as a soccer player. The main use of the information is to obtain insurance and for use in any necessary disciplinary proceedings. The personal information will not be disclosed to third parties other than as stipulated unless required by law.

The data is stored within a password protected SQL Server database.The database resides on a secured server located at In2net (Burnaby)

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Hundreds of companies in diverse industries rely on In2net Network to build, implement and manage their mission-critical systems. In2net Network is a trusted partner committed to ensuring the long-term success of our customers' business applications and technology strategies. 

 We do not rely upon the local power grid to guarantee uptime. Our on-site diesel-powered generators and uninterruptible power systems (UPS) provide redundant power to ensure uninterrupted data center operation. All Critical IT infrastructure is regularly tested to ensure they will function as designed in the event of an emergency. 

Uninterrupted Power

Our data centers are physically isolated from everyone but authorized In2net Network personnel and Colocation clients. Monitored closed circuit television and a 24x7x365 onsite security team guards the facility while a military-grade pass card system controls access. 

Serious Security

The Network Operations Center (NOC) staff monitors the network 24x7x365, while our network engineers and data center personnel are available at any time in the event of an emergency. You also have around-the-clock access to phone or online support. 




 
Posted 1/27/2016 Ref # 5953

West Van Soccer Scholarship Programs.

Announcing West Van Soccer's Scholarship Program for Grade 12 graduating Students. The West Van Soccer Club is pleased to announce that in 2016, we will be awarding The Mark Steven Scholarship in the amounts of $1000 each to two WV Secondary School students. The Club is also awarding two additional scholarships of $1000 each to graduating West Van Soccer Club players. Deadline for submission is March 15 2016 For further information please click here

 
Posted 11/10/2015 Ref # 6122

Concussions