If your child is interested in playing within Canada’s highest level of youth soccer please fill out our BCSPL INTAKE FORM. Our Technical Staff will be in contact with you soon!
As a founding member of the BCSPL and Canadian National Youth Licenced Club, Fusion FC, proudly promotes the highest standard of football development and practices set by Soccer Canada. Fusion FC operates in Richmond with players from all over British Columbia.
For families interested in playing in the BCSPL please fill out this form. CLICK HERE
Fusion FC Technical Director : Jason Jordan
Fusion FC Coaches & Player Development : Jesse Symons
Fusion FC 2010 Girls Coach : Ravi Fisher
Fusion FC 2010 Boys Coach : Tino Cucca
Fusion FC Goalkeeping Staff : Didar Sandhu
To all families interested in the BCSPL please read the official document on how players are able to be selected to a team. Fusion FC continues to provide programming for all players in Richmond and beyond.
Official BCSPL Intake Information Document : CLICK HERE
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Players selected to the Fusion FC BCSPL Intake teams will begin training in April.
Training sessions are held three times a week with additional exhibition games and travel tournaments. The team will resume pre-season training in mid-August. We will compete in the BCSPL mini-season from September to November. There will be a winter break from mid-December to mid-January and will resume training mid-January and compete in a full BCSPL season starting in February.
Players selected to the Fusion FC team will begin training once their current team’s season is completed.
The BCSPL is a standards-based development environment for female and male players aged U13 to U17 and is positioned as the highest level of youth community soccer within BC.
The purpose of the league is to bring together identified players from the BC Soccer membership into training and game environments that supports the players overall development, as well as providing further opportunities for identification into higher levels of play including, Provincial Programming, University, Professional/National teams programming and progressing into adult community soccer.
To achieve this BC Soccer and the BCSPL commits to four key responsibilities to player identification and development within the Province of British Columbia. These include;
Four Key Responsibilities
1. To promote a Player First Approach.
2. To support the Canada Soccer’s, Long-Term Player Development Principles.
3. To provide Clear and Recognized Pathways for players to be identified, developed and supported within.
4. To support and enhance all Technical standards within the BCSPL.
The BCSPL environment has also been designed to support the development of coaches and referees, who are required to attain a minimum level of certification to ensure standards are in place. This is complimented with ongoing technical support provided through the BCSPL Clubs, BC Soccer and Canada Soccer.
It is important to note that participating Clubs in the BCSPL have met the Canada Soccer National Youth Club Licence requirements, covering administration, governance, infrastructure and technical. This requirement is in addition to gaining BC Soccer Board of Directors’ approval for participation. Furthermore, participating Clubs in the BCSPL must also abide by BCSPL league rules and regulations. This provides assurance that the BCSPL Clubs are compliant with quality standards and are operating at the highest level of youth community soccer within BC and Canada.