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CMFSC Presentation British Columbia Soccer Premier League. Introductions. Guiding Principles for HPL League. Supports CSA’s Player First Mentality Harmonizes all elite level programming Eliminates congestion and provides greater clarity for all stakeholders

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guiding principles for hpl league
Guiding Principles for HPL League
  • Supports CSA’s Player First Mentality
  • Harmonizes all elite level programming
  • Eliminates congestion and provides greater clarity for all stakeholders
  • Works in harmony with existing structures
  • Drives improvements to all aspects of Elite level soccer
objectives of hpl
Objectives of HPL
  • Makes a strong contribution to player development at the National Team level.
  • Provides an elevated level of competition for elite players in BC.
  • HPL becomes a dynamic new property for BC Soccer, its membership, and its strategic partners
governance management support of hpl
Governance, Management, & Support of HPL
  • Will operate under BC Soccer as the provincial sport governing body.
  • Will be overseen by a High Performance League Board of Governors.
  • Will receive Management support from BC Soccer’s HPL Committee & designated Staff
technical objectives of hpl
Technical Objectives of HPL
  • Impact the daily environment of the player.....CRITICAL TO OVERALL IMPROVEMENT
  • Create an atmosphere which provides for a meaningful and sustainable competition format
  • Harmonize all elite level of programming in BC to alleviate congestions, provide clarity, recognized and sustainable player development program.
  • Talent identification
  • Quality match environments
  • Coaching development
proposed hpl technical standards
Proposed HPL Technical Standards
  • Mandatory Coaching Certification (Age specific)
  • Compliance of Recognized Technical Curriculum
  • Establishment of Scouting Database (Coaches reports)
  • Maximum Number of Matches
  • Minimum Number of Training Sessions
  • Minimum Play Standard and Substitution Policy
  • Required Rest and Recovery Periods
  • Minimum Squad Size
  • Mandatory Player Testing Protocol
  • Positional Specific Coaching (Goalkeeping)
bc soccer premier league clubs
BC Soccer Premier League Clubs
  • Abbotsford Soccer Association
  • Burnaby/ North Shore
  • Coquitlam Metro-Ford Soccer Club
  • Lower Island Soccer Association/Upper Island Soccer Association (Vancouver Island)
  • South Fraser Soccer Club
  • Surrey United Soccer Club
  • Thompson Okanagan Football Club
  • Vancouver/Richmond.
cmfsc bcspl plan
CMFSC BCSPL Plan
  • Coach Selection : Applications were due February 15thand Coaches will be finalized & announced at the latest, March 1st.
  • Evaluations will now be posted when the coach appointments are posted. They will begin at the beginning of April.
  • Website – we will have a dedicated section for HPL where we will continue to post new information. We will also post a handbook or Q & A for parents soon.
cmfsc partners with the bcspl
CMFSC Partners with the BCSPL
  • Current Regional Partners are Port Moody SC and Port Coquitlam FC who put their formal support behind our HPL application bid.
  • We will now be working with both clubs to establish a working relationship.
  • The hope is to start that we can collaborate on things such as player identification, player development, and coach development.
  • We want to be able to establish relationships with Tier 2 teams/coaches in both Port Moody and Port Coquitlam so that players can stay in their community clubs, but still have access and exposure to HPL.
what does year one look like
What Does Year One Look Like?
  • CMFSC BCSPSL Evaluations – April 2011
  • Mini Season – September to November
  • Re-evaluation Phase – possibly November?
  • First Full Season

-February to July

-September to November

cost for bcspl
Cost for BCSPL

The Budget has not been set or approved yet, the budget will include fees to cover:

cost for bcspl cont
Cost for BCSPL cont...
  • A Metro player was paying last season:
  • $1140 for Y-League
  • $495 for Metro Fees

(this did not include the cost to travel to Florida $1600 and other things such as track-suits and training equipment that they had to purchase separately as a Metro Player)

  • We are committed to working to keep the cost as low as we can, while still balancing offering a quality, competitive program.
transition from the u12 year
Transition from the U12 Year

Current recommendation is:

  • Evaluations would be in the Spring(March/April) of their Under 12 Season.
  • Each season compete in a mini season September – November and then join the rest of the age groups for the full season February to November.
under 18 year
Under 18 Year
  • For inaugural year will run from:

-September to November

-February to July

-Decisions for what the season from September to November 2012 will be made by the Board of Governors.

  • After Year one the traditional U18 season will run from February to July and then again decisions on the September to November season will be made.
tier 2 to tier 5
Tier 2 to Tier 5
  • Tier 2 – Metro Select League (MSL)
  • Tier 3 – Gold
  • Tier 4 – Silver
  • Tier 5 – Bronze
tier 2 msl
Tier 2 – MSL
  • Boys Selects League and Girls Metro League Merges
  • Team limitsMax 16 at U13Max 14 at U14Max 12 at U15-18
  • Island & Okanagan will not be involved

These are recommended maximum teams numbers but the league will have flexibility if there is a strong age group.

There is also not a commitment to fielding the max unless it is appropriate. They will have league rules out by mid march.

tier 3 tier 5 gold bronze
Tier 3 – Tier 5 (Gold-Bronze)
  • Girls – continue to be run by BCCGSL
  • Boys – will be run by 4 District and 5 District
  • Gold(Tier 3) & Silver(Tier 4) – player selection
  • Bronze - House