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Upcoming Events

  • Wave Assessments (at PISE) - Feb 26th
  • U12 Full Field Festival (at JDF) - March 4th/5th
  • Regional U14 VIPL Assessments (at Braefoot) - March 10th
  • Mini's Jamboree (U5 to U10) - March 11th
  • District Cup Finals (hosted by Lakehill) - April 8th/9th
 

Cold Weather Training

Layers:  Long-sleeve shirt, sweat top, track pants, warm jacket, rain shell, toque, light gloves

 

Lakehill goes two for two at the LISA Cup!

Lakehill had a very successful weekend as both teams taking part in the LISA Cup finals were victorious. The finals, hosted at PISE, saw Peter Said's Lakehill/Gorge U16 girls defeat Salt Spring 1-0, and Tiberio De Frias' Lakehill U18 boys also came up against Salt Spring and emerged with a 3-0 win. Both of these groups have been together at Lakehill for many years, and both coaches are longtime Lakehill volunteers and we are very proud of their great achievements!

 

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Last Updated on Tuesday, 21 February 2017 14:44
 

Lakehill Supports Muscular Dystrophy Canada

Lakehill is proud to support this great cause, not least because it is one Lakehill player supporting another - we hope that you are able to do the same.

Please support Scott as he moves his muscles to raise funds for Muscular Dystrophy Canada.

Scott will be competing in the LA Marathon on March 19th, 2017 and will be raising funds and awareness for Muscular Dystrophy Canada directly supporting the Walk in Victoria. Scott is running for his friend, Geoff (both longtime Lakehill players), and he and 25,000 of his closest friends will be taking on the 42.1km course through the downtown L.A. core. Taking in the best sights including Dodger Stadium, Chinatown, Echo Park, Hollywood, Sunset Strip before arriving at the finish line at the Santa Monica Pier.
Donate to Scott's run here.
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George K. needs help!
Another longtime member of the Victoria soccer community in need of help is the ageless goalkeeping coach George Konstantinov, better known as "George K". George has coached at just about every club around here that you can think of, including Lakehill, and is in need of help due to his health issues.
You can learn more about George's plight and donate here.
Last Updated on Sunday, 19 February 2017 09:16
 

Vancouver Island Wave Assessments

Dates have been announced for assessments for U11 and U12 players (birth years 2005 and 2006) interested in playing with Vancouver Island Wave. Wave is part of the BC Soccer Premier League (BCSPL, or as it is commonly known, HPL). BCSPL is an 8 team, Tier 1 league, with one franchise in Victoria, one in the Interior, and six based in the Lower Mainland. The other levels of soccer are VIPL (Tier 2), Gold (Tier 3), and Silver and Bronze (Tier 4). The Wave program is run directly by Lower Island Soccer and is not tied to any specific LISA club but instead draws players from the entire island. BCSPL is considered the entry point to higher levels of soccer (provincial, national and professional).  

Intake for Wave happens at the U13 level,  with the occasional under-age player accepted to the squad as well. All Lakehill players interested in playing for Wave are encouraged to register for the assessments. More details on the assessments can be found on this information sheet.  There is a parent information session scheduled as well. Any Lakehill members with further questions about the Wave program are welcome to contact the This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or the This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it directly. Lakehill Soccer is proud to have placed players on Wave teams in previous years, and will be proud to place them again this coming season. 

 

Message from the Director of Volunteers

Volunteering can be a fun and rewarding way to be a part of your club. We also can't do it without you! Lakehill is a volunteer run club from top to bottom - the only paid positions are the technical staff. So we need everyone to chip in to make our club the best place to play soccer in Greater Victoria!

Thanks to all those individuals who have already volunteered to coach, manage or act as a linesperson for their child's team and/or have completed other duties around the club. We are a club that depends on its volunteers and we need everyone's help. To date, I have been contacting individuals based on the role they signed up for during the registration process. If you haven't yet heard from me yet....you eventually will! Why not beat me to the punch. Look at the volunteer list  and find a position that suits you. Then just email me to let me know (just in case someone else already grabbed it!) Once you get a confirmation - and any related instructions - fulfill your volunteer hours. Voila - job done. You can bask in the warm glow of a good feeling, a job well done, and the respect and admiration of your club!
Last Updated on Tuesday, 13 December 2016 15:12
 

Lakehill Comment on the Treatment of Officials

Lakehill Soccer believes adamantly in the role of officials in the game of soccer, and in protecting those officials from any type of abuse and have been vocal about this issue in the past. We have recently circulated a communique to all Lakehill coaches and managers outllining our club values and the policies of BC Soccer and Lower Island Soccer as they relate to abuse of referees. BC Soccer, through it's Coach Centre, circulated a memo on protection of youth last week to all registered coaches. We have been leaders in the local soccer scene with our support for referee training and the creation and funding of a referee mentorship program. We have also developed and are in the process of launching a Field Marshall program to address referee abuse by spectators. We will continue to push this and similar initiatives to ensure that game officials at all levels are respected and encouraged. Officials are part of our sport and part of every game: we can't do it without them. All participants in soccer deserve our respect and tolerance as we strive to make our sport the best game for everyone.
Last Updated on Monday, 21 November 2016 14:30
 

Share the turf when grass fields are closed

For practice, when the grass fields are closed we ask all teams to share the turf field.

Teams displaced and moving onto the turf, please connect and cooperate with teams scheduled on the turf to figure out a space where you can practice. It makes for crowded practices but it gives all an opportunity to practice.

Small space drills and games when turf is crowded--using an 20x20 yard area.

  • Juggling games / soccer tennis (multiple teams, make it a competition)
  • 1v1 passing/receiving/trapping skill and technique work.  
  • Passing and dribbling games: turns, cuts, twist-offs, step-overs, dribbling tag
  • Attack the line: 2v2 / 3v3 (king of the court / transition)  2 games of 10x20
  • Possession games: 4 v 2, 6 v 4, (2 touch or 1 touch for pace)
Last Updated on Friday, 21 October 2016 14:16
 

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Field Status

Braefoot Turf OPEN
Braefoot 2 OPEN
Braefoot 3 OPEN
Reynolds Park OPEN
Beckwith Park OPEN

Braefoot Turf usage and rental requires permission of Lakehill Soccer.

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 22 February 2017 13:42
 

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