Divisional Soccer (U11-U18)

Competitive Soccer

U11 to U18

Aldergrove Youth Soccer Club’s Fall Divisional Soccer program, endorsed and approved by BC Soccer, puts an emphasis on increasing players’ soccer skills in a competitive environment.

The Fall season starts the beginning of September after school starts and goes to the end of February. The season will break for the Christmas holidays (approximately 2nd week of December through 2nd week of January).

U11-U18 games are played Saturday or Sunday depending on age group, from September to February. Teams practice one or two times per week; practice days / times are determined by coaches.


Fall Season FAQs

How long is the season?

The Fall season starts the beginning of September after school starts and goes to the end of February. The season will break for the Christmas holidays (approximately 2nd week of December through 2nd week of January).

When are games played?

U11-U18 (Traveling Teams) games are played Saturday or Sunday depending on age group, from September to February.

When are practices?

U11-U18 (Traveling Teams) practice one or two times per week. Practice days / times are determined by coaches.

Where are games played?

AYSC Divisional team home games are played on the all-weather turf fields at Aldergrove Athletic Park (view map).

Away games are played on the home fields of other clubs throughout the Fraser Valley.

Are games played in the rain / snow?

Games are played regardless of the degree of rain. However, fields are sometimes closed by the Township of Langley due to too much water on the field. In the event of snow on the field, all games will be cancelled. If the fields are deemed unplayable, the Club will email all coaches and parents as soon as the decision is known.

Where do my registration fees go?

Your fees pay for:

  • BC Soccer fees
  • insurance
  • Township of Langley field charges for all-weather and grass fields
  • referees (U8-U18) and linespersons
  • an individual and a team photo (included with registration)
  • uniforms (jersey, shorts and socks)
  • equipment (balls, cones, and nets)
  • field maintenance
  • player clinics
  • general Club operating costs (accounting, advertising, printing etc.)

Where can I get a tax receipt?

The Government of Canada eliminated the Children’s Fitness Tax Credit in 2017. AYSC no longer provides tax receipts; if you pay by credit card when registering online, you will receive an electronic receipt upon submission.

What is the refund policy?

See Refund Policy for information on AYSC’s refund policy.

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