Surrey United Soccer Club

  • Surrey, BC
Surrey United Soccer Club is a non-profit sports organization formed in 1968 and is headquartered at Cloverdale Athletic Park in Surrey, British Columbia. SUSC offers soccer programming for ages 4-adult at all levels of play. Surrey United Soccer...  More

  • 4.4
  • 447 notes
Jason K.,CanaGuide
5
Jason K.
The league does a great job working through this tough times
Kim's C.,CanaGuide
5
Kim's C.
Great program
Mory M.,CanaGuide
5
Mory M.
I am a father of 3 a year old, and currently looking around to learn more about the soccer system in Lower Mainland. I have watched their U18 game, attended a few random practice sessions and even took 2 coaching courses at this club. I have to say that I really liked the qualit...

Surrey United Soccer Club

  • Surrey, BC
Surrey United Soccer Club is a non-profit sports organization formed in 1968 and is headquartered at Cloverdale Athletic Park.

  • 5
  • 3 notes

Surrey Football Club

  • Surrey, BC
Since 2000, Surrey FC has been finding and featuring some of the best players in Surrey. From coaching them on the ins-and-outs of the sport to honing their athletic skills, we’re proud to teach not only the love of the game, but to also impart the...  Mo

  • Football Européen
  • Football Américain
  • 4.1
  • 8 notes

Newton Athletic Park

  • Surrey, BC
Play soccer, cricket or tennis at this park, or use the playground, water park or BMX pump track.

  • Football Européen
  • Cricket
  • 4.6
  • 191 notes

Coquitlam City Soccer

  • Coquitlam, BC
The Coquitlam Metro-Ford Soccer Club (CMFSC) offers both recreational, elite and BCSPL programs to over 3,500 youth and adult players. The CMFSC is leader in the community and offers Soccer for life.

  • 3.6
  • 23 notes

Abbotsford Soccer Association

  • Abbotsford, BC
ASA is a non-profit organization founded to provide local kids with the opportunity to play the game of soccer at varying levels of competition.

  • 3.5
  • 6 notes
KayoBug,CanaGuide
5
KayoBug
Coaches are great, lot's of great opportunities.
Lisa F.,CanaGuide
5
Lisa F.
The staff at ASA truly care for the community. There have been more times than I can count that I have gone in to visit at the office where they were discussing someone who could not afford to play and how they were going to help that child, or what other programs they could add...
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