Port Moody Soccer Club Field Status

  • Field Update | July 1st - North Shore Turf (HWT) OPEN

Field Name Surface Status Last Update
Trasolini Field (PMTC) Turf
Jul 1 @ 7:51AM
North Shore Turf (HWT) Turf
Jul 1 @ 7:51AM
North Shore Grass Grass
Jul 1 @ 7:50AM
Westhill Field Grass
Jul 1 @ 7:51AM
Aspenwood Field Grass
Jul 1 @ 7:50AM
Heritage Mountain Field Grass
Jul 1 @ 7:50AM
Inlet Park Gravel
Jul 1 @ 7:50AM

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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  • 2017 Teams Needing Players

     Posted on: Jul 25, 2017

    We are currently seeking players for the following recreational (house) teams: GU8 (born 2010) GU10 (bo ..

    • PMSC Player gives back in HUGE way!

       Posted on: Jun 11, 2017  

      Ethan Hite and his family went on their first Mission trip to Haiti, under the guidance of Dr. Gardy, and our cousin Judy Douglas. We heard that soccer was a very big deal amongst the school kids in Haiti, so we took it upon ourselves to ask our team for donated items. The school kids in the Montrouis area of Haiti, wanted uniforms for two reasons; one being that they only have school uniforms during play time, and because they didn’t have laundry soap to wash the uniforms, they preferred to keep them as clean as possible, thus having a change of sports clothes was a bonus; and second, they, of course, wanted to have teams, so opposite colour of jerseys were also wanted.

      The kids play soccer on a gravel road or dirt field, and usually in bare feet, so cleats were a nice treat to have, and new soccer balls were received with gratitude because their soccer balls don’t last very long given the condition of the playing areas. The donations were collected from the PMO U14 boys Tigers team, as well as from a few friends and neighbours associated with the PMSC. We were honoured to deliver the donations personally, and see the kids excited and having new stuff. If you are interested in donating for future mission trips to Haiti, please contact Cindy Hite at cindyhite@shaw.ca. We would be interested in collecting jersey’s, shorts, socks, and cleats again, or of course, a monetary donation is always appreciated that would be given directly to the School of Saut D’Eau.
      Way to go Ethan & Family and thanks to everyone that donated!

      Here's the Tri-City News article about Ethan - READ ARTICLE

      Photo's and write up supplied by Cindy Hite

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