The Sean Murphy Memorial Scholarship is awarded each year to two youth players with the Surrey Football Club who exhibit a commitment to soccer as well as community involvement.
This past weekend marked the inauguration of the Adaptive Program Winter Games. With soccer players from Surrey Football Club, North Shore Girls Soccer Club, and Port Moody Soccer Club in attendance, the games function as a worthy platform for youth with intellectual and physical disabilities to connect and socialize with their peers. This weekend offered a much-needed outlet for the young athletes to demonstrate their incredible capacity to play the sport. Concluding with a medal ceremony, the tournament was an absolute success.
Hosted by NSGSC, the state of the art turf facility left all athletes beaming with excitement. We’d like to thank the participating clubs, families and, most importantly, the athletes for participating in this uplifting and inaugural event. We look forward to the continuance of this remarkable tournament.
Winter session January 15 - March 5, 2018
Mondays from 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm
Newton Athletic Park Turf 1
Late registration accepted. To register, click on the Registration tab on top.
Former SFC player Suneil Samra received The Sovereign Medal for Volunteers from the Governor General of Canada, Her Excellency the Right Honourable Julie Payette. The award recognizes the exceptional volunteer achievements of Canadians. Suneil is recognized for his countless hours spent volunteering in the community since he was very young. Some of his biggest accolades come from the work he has done with Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation. He has also been a Youth Host for the Canucks for Kids Fund Telethon and as well, a recipient of the SFC scholarship.
Volunteering runs in the Samra family. Suneil’s younger sister, Jovene Samra who coaches with the SFC Adaptive Program received Honourable Mentions for 2017 Surrey Now-Leader’s Community Leader Award. Also, their dad Bobby Samra has represented Whitecaps FC as MLS WORKS Community MVP. Way to go Samra family!!
All SFC coaches are expected to complete their respective course. Register ASAP!
Surrey Football Club and Vancouver United Sports Club are proud to announce our appointment to be one of four clubs to represent the newly formed MSL district: South Fraser District Association (SFDA). SFDA will be renaming the four current metro programs to the following neutral/inclusive names:
SFDA Selects (SFC Pegasus in partnership with Vancouver United Sports Club), SFDA Elite (Central City Breakers), SFDA United (Surrey Guildford United), and SFDA Coastal (Delta Costal Selects)
SFC is not for profit organization that educates, trains and inspires youth soccer players of all ages and abilities in Surrey, BC. To register for one of our programs, please click on the corresponding tab at the top of this web page. Financial assistance is available to those who qualify.
Surrey Football Club acknowledges the financial assistance of the Province of British Columbia
Welcome to our newest sponsor, Envision Financial!
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