Pacific Coast Soccer League

2014 Challenge Cup, League Awards and J. F. Kennedy Cup
Click on Photo Gallery on the top menu and select Cup Tournaments or League Champions for more photos. Photos by Richard Howes ©

2014 Standings

Premier Men

Khalsa Sporting Club 14 9 3 2 40 19 29
Abbotsford M-F Mariners 14 8 4 2 29 19 26
Kamloops Heat 14 7 4 3 40 22 24
Coquitlam Metro Ford SC 14 7 4 3 27 24 24
Vancouver Thunderbirds 14 6 5 3 27 26 21
EDC FC Burnaby 14 5 7 2 26 26 17
Victoria United FC 14 4 7 3 32 34 15
Surrey Eagles 14 1 13 0 9 60 3

Premier Women

Peninsula Co-op  Highlanders 10 10 0 0 44 7 30
Vancouver Whitecaps FC 10 7 3 0 33 14 21
Fraser Valley Action 10 5 4 1 33 15 16
Kamloops Heat 10 4 5 1 20 14 13
TSS Academy 10 3 7 0 13 29 9
Mid Isle Highlanders 10 0 10 0 1 59 0

Reserve Men

Mid Isle Highlanders 12 10 1 1 40 16 31
Penticton Pinnacles 12 9 3 1 27 20 25
Victoria Highlanders FC 12 5 5 3 24 26 18
West Vancouver FC 12 4 7 1 21 25 13
Chilliwack FC 12 3 7 2 18 30 11
Kelowna United FC 12 1 7 4 12 24 7

Reserve Women

Peninsula Co-op Highlanders FC 12 9 1 2 23 9 29
Penticton Pinnacles 12 8 4 0 22 14 24
West Vancouver FC 12 7 4 1 31 21 22
TSS Academy Black 12 6 4 2 22 32 20
Kelowna United 12 4 8 0 22 34 12
Fraser Valley Action 12 2 9 1 22 39 7
TSS Academy Red 12 1 7 4 11 22 7

If you are using fully updated Windows 8.1 / Internet Explorer 11 and having difficulty with the site menu please set your browser to use Compatability View for CLICK HERE for how to do this.

Reserve men claim Challenge Cup with 1-0 win over Mid Isle
PJuly 28 - Victoria Highlanders FC’s men’s reserves capped of their 2014 Pacific Coast Soccer League campaign with a 1-0 win over Mid Isle Highlanders on Sunday, July 27. With the win, the Highlanders secured the 2014 Men’s U-21 Reserve Challenge Cup. Victoria Highlanders

Highlanders’ reserve women wrap up impressive PCSL campaign in Challenge Cup finale
July 28 - Peninsula Co-op Highlanders women’s reserves came up just short in their final Pacific Coast Soccer League match of the season. The women dropped a hard fought 2-1 loss to Penticton Pinnacles on Sunday, July 27 in the Bill Gillespie Challenge Cup final. Victoria Highlanders

Mid Isle Highlanders the clear favourite heading into Challenge Cup play
July 25 - The Mid Isle Highlanders' dream season in the Pacific Coast Soccer League all comes down to this weekend's two-game Challenge Cup final, in Chilliwack. Mid Isle (10-1-1) is scheduled to go head-to-head against the PCSL's fourth-place West Vancouver FC (4-7-1) on Saturday during semifinal play. Nanaimo Daily News

Peninsula Co-op Highlanders return to Challenge Cup, aim for top finish
July 25 - Top-ranked Peninsula Co-op Highlanders will aim for their first championship title as they head to Penticton, B.C. for the 2014 Challenge Cup tournament. The Highlanders open the tournament against the Kamloops Heat and will look to erase the memories from last season where they faced an early exit after being defeated by the very same Heat. Victoria Highlanders

Heat Heading To Playoffs Facing Abbotsford
July 25 - After being denied a chance to play last year, the Kamloops Heat are anxious to put on a good show and have a great result in the 2014 Pacific Coast Soccer League Premier Men’s Playoffs. PCSL

Playoff pressure relished by the Pinnacles
July 25 - The Penticton Pinnacles under-21 teams are prepared to face the pressure to win the Pacific Coast Soccer League’s (PCSL) Challenge Cup, which they host this weekend at King’s Park. Ray Hintz, coach of the women’s team, said the players put pressure on themselves, as and he does, because they have standards they want to reach. Penticton Western News

Co-op Highlanders look to cap off undefeated PCSL season against Mid Isle Highlanders
July 18 - Peninsula Co-op Highlanders will look to put the finishing touches on their undefeated Pacific Coast Soccer League season when they host Mid Isle Highlanders on Sunday, July 20 at Hampton Park. Sunday’s match is the women’s final game of the PCSL regular season as they look to push their record to a perfect 10-0-0. Victoria Highlanders

Click here for archived news items

PCSL Directory updated July 14, 2014

The 2014 PCSL Annual General Meeting will take place on November 22, 2014 in the Clubhouse at 15860 82 Ave, Surrey V3S 8M4 (same location as last year). Snacks and socialising begins at 12 noon, meeting call to order at 1.00pm. All current and aspiring member clubs are urged to ensure at least one representative from each club attends  the AGM.

Returning clubs are reminded that 50% of league fees for the 2015 season are due and payable at the AGM on November 22nd.

Windup of Victoria United FC
September 30 - To All Friends of Victoria United FC: It is with a certain sense of sadness that we are writing to advise that the Victoria United Soccer Association has decided to dissolve.  We will no longer be participating in the Pacific Coast Soccer League, after 21 seasons.  Yesterday we had our final AGM in the Vic West Soccer Association clubhouse, where the idea of Victoria United FC was born nearly 22 years ago.  It seemed rather fitting to us to make the decision to dissolve Victoria United FC in the same place.

Oregon's IPS Taverna Win 2014 J. F. Kennedy Cup
IPS Marathon Taverna defeated defeated Khalsa Sporting Club 3-1 to win the 2014 edition of the J. F. Kennedy Cup Tournament. Khalsa played well but came up against a hot goalkeeper. The Oregon Champions deserved their win. The game went from end to end. Portland City United hosted a top quality event and fans enjoyed a great weekend of premier soccer. Everyone left Oregon looking forward to Washinton hosting in 2015. Oregon Champions IPS Marathon Taverna have won the  Kennedy Cup three times now, 2010, 2012 and 2014.
The 2014 J. F. Kennedy Cup tournament was hosted by the Oregon Premier Soccer League at Buckman Field, Portland, Oregon on August 9 & 10. Participating clubs were IPS Marathon Tavern (OR), South Sound FC (WA), Spartans FC (OR), Khalsa Sporting Club (PCSL). PCSL

2014 Challenge Cup Tournament
The 2014 Challenge Cup tournament was hosted by Penticton Pinnacles SC over the weekend of July 26 - 27 at Kings Park, Penticton, BC. Congratulations to the cup winners:
Men: Khalsa Sporting Club
Women: Peninsula Coop Highlanders
Men: Victoria Highlanders
Women: Penticton Pinnacles

Khalsa Sporting Club shooting for rare PCSL Triple Crown after winning Challenge Cup
July 28 - Khalsa Sporting Club completed a double on Sunday in Penticton, defeating Kamloops Heat 2-0 to win the 2014 PCSL Sheilla Anderson Memorial Challenge Cup. The PCSL acknowledges the Triple Crown when a PCSL club wins the League, the Challenge Cup and the J. F. Kennedy Cup in one season, a feat achieved only twice before, in 2004 by Victoria United and 2009 by Okanagan Challenge.  Khalsa will look to earn a Triple Crown when they head down the I5 to for the J.F. Kennedy Cup in Portland, Oregon on August 9 -10.

Co-op Highlanders complete perfect season, capture first ever Dave Fryatt Challenge Cup
July 28 - Peninsula Co-op Highlanders completed their perfect season, July 27, defeating Vancouver Whitecaps in the Pacific Coast Soccer League’s Challenge Cup final by a score of 2-0. Mia Gunter and Emma Greig scored for Victoria, while goalkeeper Steph Parker earned her second clean sheet of the weekend between the woodwork.
Victoria Highlanders

Canada-USA Inter-City Elite Soccer for Men and Women