Tri-Cities Youth Soccer Association
Port Moody, Coquitlam and Port Coquitlam
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Tri-Cities Youth Soccer Association
Port Moody, Coquitlam and Port Coquitlam

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Posted on: Wednesday, March 01, 2017

The TCYSA Cup finals were all completed this past weekend. 12 teams from our district will represent the TCYSA in the Coastal Cup.  Here is a list of the results:

  • U13 Girls - CMF Evolution def. PMO Heat 4-0
  • U14 Girls - CMF Heat def. PCE Strikers 2-1 (after extra time)
  • U15 Girls - PMO AC Selects def. PCE Rebels 4-2
  • U16 Girls - CMF Nemesis def. PMO Impact 3-0
  • U17 Girls - CMF Predators are declared (no opponent)
  • U18 Girls - CMF TNT def. PMO Muckers 1-0
  • U13 Boys - CMF Cobras def. NCU Celtic 1-0
  • U14 Boys - CMF Impact def. PMO Cubs 2-0
  • U15 Boys - NCU Eagles def. PCE City 2-0
  • U16 Boys - NCU Hammers def. CMF Juventus 3-1
  • U17 Boys - NCU Strikers def. PMO Barcelona 6-1
  • U18 Boys - CMF Apollo def. PMO Gunners 1-0



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Tri-Cities Youth Soccer Association is one of 21 youth soccer districts in British Columbia. We are members of the British Columbia Soccer Association serving boys and girls teams in the cities of Port Moody, Coquitlam and Port Coquitlam.


The objective of the TCYSA and our three member soccer clubs is to promote, develop and administer the game of soccer at the youth (male & female) level, both indoor and outdoor, in the District.

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