Vancouver Island Soccer for Youth and Kids
The Mid-Isle Soccer Club, based in Ladysmith on Vancouver Island, British Columbia, is a member of the Upper [Vancouver] Island Youth Soccer Association.
We are a not-for-profit, volunteer-operated club whose mission is to foster a lifelong love of soccer in our youth members and to promote the benefits that team sports and a healthy lifestyle provide.
Our club is open to any child from the age of 3 to 17 who wishes to play soccer. Our season begins in September and runs through March (with a holiday break in late December). We hope you can join us!
Registration opens in March and closes in August (it is currently closed). Membership fees are kept at affordable levels, but financial assistance is available if required.
Please be aware that with the accumulation of all the snow on Forrest Field and the probability that it will not be gone by the weekend, Mid Isle Soccer has decided to cancel the weekend games scheduled at Forrest Field now, so families can plan a weekend and not sit and wait for a decision. …
Forrest Field is closed until clear of snow. Please do not go on the field until it is posted as open again. Merriman Development Session is cancelled for tonight.
Happy New Year! It is time for Soccer to start up again. The January Merriman Development sessions schedule is as follows: Monday, January 6th, 2020 5:30 – 6:30 pm: Pony B (2011 & 2012 birth years) 6:45 – 8:00 pm: U14 – U18 (2002 -2006 birth years) and all Mid Isle Mariner Tier 3 teams …
On Wednesday, December 11th, Laurie and Jennifer from Mid Isle Soccer dropped of a donation of $255 and a large amount of food from the December 7th Food Drive. Thanks everyone who donated to this worthy cause.The winners of the pizza parties are as follows:Pony – Jason Oster’s teamHouse – U11 BoysTier 3 – U12 …
UISA (Upper Island Soccer Association) in which Mid Isle Soccer is a member of has a “Best Fans Ever” Goal A reminder for all our soccer families of our “Best Fans Ever” Goal for all our teams this season, no matter what age or what level of soccer: No Coaching From the Sidelines!
Mid-Isle has started a Cleat Swap and have had some cleats donated for those families who would like to recycle instead of “buy new”.
To help keep and attract referees the executive have decided to pay for referee courses and refresher courses each season.
Many thanks to Mid-Isle Coach Shawn Freer, Glenn Britton at Ladysmith Public Works, and Clayton Postings and everyone at Ladysmith Parks, Recreation and Culture for the new referee shelter at Forrest Field! No more standing in the rain at halftime, refs!
Mid-Isle Coaches and Team Managers have just received Concussion Awareness Training that is now a requirement for all Clubs within the Upper Island Soccer Association (UISA).
If you are a returning Mid-Isle Club referee – or you would like to try it out – please contact Club Vice President Jeremy Kaye at firstname.lastname@example.org.