Port Moody Soccer Club Field Status


  • Field Update | June 26th - North Shore Turf (HWT) Field Advisory CLOSED

Field Name Surface Status Last Update
Trasolini Field (PMTC) Turf
 
Jun 26 @ 6:56AM
North Shore Turf (HWT) Turf
 
Jun 26 @ 6:56AM
North Shore Grass Grass
 
Jun 26 @ 6:56AM
Westhill Field Grass
 
Jun 26 @ 6:56AM
Aspenwood Field Grass
 
Jun 26 @ 6:55AM
Heritage Mountain Field Grass
 
Jun 26 @ 6:56AM
Inlet Park Gravel
 
Jun 26 @ 6:56AM

OPEN: Field is Open for play  |  CLOSED: Training or Games may not be played when field is closed  |  CAUTION: Field is playable, but closure may be imminent  |  CD: Field playable at Coaches Discretion


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  • BU13 MSL SX Cup Champs!

     Posted on: Jun 26, 2017

    The PMSC BU13 MSL (05) AC Selects won their first championship as the U13 MSL team. The won all their games at  ..

    • U8-U10 Jamboree Recap!

       Posted on: Mar 06, 2017  

      PMSC 2017 U8-10 Jamboree Recap!

      On Saturday PMSC hosted our annual year-end Jamboree for all our U8 to U10 Boys & Girls players, and a couple of teams from our North Coquitlam NCUSC neighbours. We took a chance on the weather, and apart from a few snowflakes, we ended up having a great afternoon. The teams got to play a couple of mini-games and were put through their paces in an agility circuit by Innovative Fitness Port Moody.  Players also got to test their fastest kick speed as measured by radar gun inside an inflatable soccer field from Soccer Express, and to 'kick some hoops' and try soccer bowling.

      Thanks to all who came out for a fun way to end the season. Special thanks to Johnny Millin for transporting and setting up the inflatable soccer field, and for the help from Phil Young. Thank you to James and Kyle from Innovative Fitness who not only ran the agility session, but have provided a special offer to Port Moody Soccer Club Members and their families.

      And thanks to all our Executive members for their work behind the scenes in getting everything ready. 


       

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