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British Columbia Provincial Soccer Championship

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British Columbia Provincial Soccer Championship

The British Columbia Provincial Soccer Championship is a football (soccer) tournament organized by the British Columbia Soccer Association. The tournament winner advances to the Canadian National Challenge Cup for men and Jubilee Trophy for women, organized by the Canadian Soccer Association. It has a history of 122 years and the men's A championship competes for the 90 year old Province Cup trophy.[1][2] Teams qualify by final league standings or by winning their league cup. The number of berths and team seeding each league is awarded in each year’s competition is determined annually by the Adult Competitions Committee. The cup competition brackets are created by a publicly accessible or open random draw out of a “hat”. The format is a single elimination style tournament.[3] The leagues taking part in Provincial Cup in 2013 are:[3]


  • Metro Women's Soccer League - [1]
  • Lower Island Women's Soccer Association - [2]
  • [3]


  • [4]
  • Fraser Valley Soccer League - [5]
  • Vancouver Island Soccer League - [6]
  • [7]

Recent champions

Year Mens Womens
1961 Vancouver Firefighters
1962 Vancouver Firefighters
1963 Vancouver Firefighters
1964 Columbus Clan FC
1965 Vancouver Firefighters
1967 Vancouver Firefighters
1968 Columbus Clan FC
1969 Columbus Clan FC
1970 Vancouver Croatia
1971 Vancouver Eintracht[4]
1972 New Westminster Blues[5]
1973 Vancouver Firefighters
1975 London Boxing Club of Victoria[6]
1976 Victoria West FC
1977 Columbus Clan FC
1978 Columbus Clan FC
1979 Victoria West FC
1980 Victoria West FC
1981 Victoria West FC
1982 Victoria West FC
1983 Vancouver Firefighters
1984 Victoria West FC
1985 Vancouver Croatia
1986 Vancouver Croatia
1987 New Westminster Q.P.R. Coquitlam Soccer Club
1988 NorVan ANAF
1989 Westside FC
1990 Vancouver Firefighters Coquitlam Strikers
1991 NorVan ANAF Surrey Marlins
1992 NorVan ANAF Surrey Marlins
1993 Westside FC Surrey Marlins
1994 Coquitlam Metro Ford SC Coquitlam Strikers
1995 North Shore Pegasus
1996 Westside C.I.B.C. UBC Alumni
1997 North Shore Pegasus UBC Alumni
1998 Vancouver Firefighters UBC Alumni
1999 Coquitlam Metro Ford SC UBC Alumni
2000 Westside FC UBC Alumni
2001 Victoria Gorge FC Burnaby Canadians Anduccis
2002 Victoria Gorge FC Burnaby Canadians Anduccis
2003 Surrey United SportsTown UBC
2004 Pegasus FC Surrey United
2005 Portuguese Sporting Club Surrey United
2006 Sapperton Rovers Surrey United
2007 Columbus Clan FC Surrey United
2008 Victoria Gorge FC Surrey United
2009 West Van FC Surrey United
2010 Victoria Gorge FC Surrey United
2011 ICST Pegasus Surrey United
2012 Surrey United Firefighters Surrey United
2013 Surrey United Firefighters Surrey United

Sources:[7] [8] [9][10][11][12] [13] [14]

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