Port Moody Soccer Club Field Status

  • Field Update | June 19th - North Shore Turf (HWT) Field Advisory CLOSED from June 19 through June 26.

Field Name Surface Status Last Update
Trasolini Field (PMTC) Turf
Jun 18 @ 7:38AM
North Shore Turf (HWT) Turf
Jun 21 @ 12:29PM
North Shore Grass Grass
Jun 18 @ 7:38AM
Westhill Field Grass
Jun 18 @ 7:38AM
Aspenwood Field Grass
Jun 18 @ 7:38AM
Heritage Mountain Field Grass
Jun 18 @ 7:38AM
Inlet Park Gravel
Jun 18 @ 7:38AM

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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  • North Shore Turf (HWT) Field Advisory - June 18th

     Posted on: Jun 18, 2017

    Field Advisory still in effect - Updated June 18th - North Shore Turf (HWT) field will be CLOSED from June 19 t ..

  • Referees of all classifications must comply with the BC Soccer regulations relating to referees and the code of ethics - BC Soccer Referee Rules and Regulations.

    The above BC Soccer Referee Rules and Regultions comply with the Canadian Soccer Association’s “Regulations for the Registration and Control of Referees”.

    Canadian Soccer Association policies and directives

    BC Soccer Referee Program - Vision, Values and Competencies

    All referees should share and work towards the BC Soccer's vision, values and competencies.  Our shared aim is to use the power of soccer to build a better future. As referees:

    • Our values should be responsive to the needs of soccer.
    • We should be confident in our approach to show courage in our actions.
    • We should be open to new ideas and be receptive of other views.
    • Our work should be inclusive, encouraging everyone to enjoy and love our great game.
    • Everyone must be accountable to those they work with and to soccer and the community at large.
    • We should be passionate for the game and pass on this passion, encouraging others to develop a life-long love of the game.
    • Our shared competencies are those of leadership, taking responsibility and showing direction.
    • We should be able to communicate and influence those around us, taking ownership of the game.
    • We should be innovative in our approach to this important role.