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 ..

  • Being a Referee is a great opportunity to be a role model to our youth and earn some extra income.

    There are 2 types of referees. To be eligible to become a minis referee who officiates mini games only (U9 - U10 ages), you must have turned 12 by September 1st, 2016.

    The entry level referee (U11 - U12 ages) must have turned 14 by September 1st, 2016. Entry level refs can referee both mini and youth games, and you may be assigned more than 1 game per weekend. Referees may only referee youth games where their calendar age is at least 2 years greater than the age division of the game in question, with the approval and assessment of the Referee-In-Chief.

    Please contact the Referee-In-Chief should you be interested in officiating this season.

    Once we have determined the number of referees required this season, interviews will be held in August. Each applicant will be contacted by telephone. Once you have been approved to officiate for our club, we will cover the cost of the course, and a referee jersey/equipment will be provided. It is the responsibility of all referees who have already acquired their entry level certification, to renew their certification each season (at their own expense).

    Mentor Program

    The Club Head Referee will at random or at the request of the referee, observe referee(s) in action, review the game with them, and then provide constructive commentary on the referees’ performance. For more information about the Referee Mentor Program, please email the Referee-in-Chief.