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

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Tri Cities Youth Soccer Association Policies

Last updated: September 30, 2015

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This document is not meant to provide hard and fast rules for every situation but to be used as a guide. You will find some situations are not covered. We ask that you bring these to the Board of Director’s attention so that consideration may be given to updating or re-evaluating policies in the future.

  1. Travel Grants

  2. District Grants

    TCYSA, depending on the current years financial status, will consider travel grants to teams participating in either National or Provincial cup competitions. These competitions must be held outside of the Lower Mainland, which includes Chilliwack.

    Grants will be determined by the following:

    • Maritimes – up to $1500
    • Alberta – Quebec – up to $1000
    • Northern BC and Kootenays – up to $500
    • Okanagan, including Kamloops – up to $300

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.

News & Information

TCYSA Welcomes Shannon Cooper as District Scheduler

TCYSA has brought Shannon Cooper on board as the TCYSA District Scheduler. The District Scheduler core responsibility is to manage the district schedule as well as coordinate with the BCCSL (BC Coastal Soccer League). With the merging of all leagues under one umbrella, this will be an important more


On May 7th, the TCYSA will be holding its AGM at the Port Moody Clubhouse at 3000 Murray Street, Port Moody. The AGM will begin at 7pm and will introduce a new Constitution and By Laws as per the new BC Governments New Societies Act. more