Langley FC Soccer Club represents on select teams

Over the past few weeks, Langley FC Soccer Club (LFC) talent has been recognized in a big way, according to the club.  

District tryouts have been taking place for both the BCSPL (BC Soccer Premier League) teams, as well as for the district metro teams.  

In the U13 girls age group, 12 LFC players have been named to the district metro team, and more than half of the BCSPL U13 intake team is made up of

LFC players, as well, the club noted in a press release.

In total, 21 of 31 girls have been placed on these two teams in the 2002 age group.

The boys program has also come on strong in this age group. A total of seven LFC players have been chosen for the BCSPL U13 intake team.  

“It’s exciting to see such an outstanding representation from our LFC club on these district metro and BCSPL teams,” LFC technical director Steve Millar said. “We have placed more players on these district teams than other clubs twice the size. We see lots of potential in our players and we are looking forward to the upcoming fall season and working with our talented coaching staff as we continue to grow both the girls and boys programs.”


It didn’t take long for LFC players, coaches and parents to get down to business at the clubs’ AGM on April 22.  

LFC players were recognized.

Award  recipients were:


Girls Goalkeeper of the Year – Caitlynn MacKenzie

Boys Goalkeeper of the Year – Nolan Premack

Most Sportsmanlike Team – U12 Rebels

Boys Outstanding Team – U12 Barcelona

Girls Outstanding Team – U12 Hurricanes

Coach Of The Year – Brian Picard

Player Of The Year, Girls – Maddie Trozzo

Player Of The Year, Boys – Adam Vandenberg

U12 Player Of The Year, Girls – Serena Bath

Player Of The Year, Boys – Tommy Millar/ Sevak Lehal

U13 Player Of The Year, Girls – Riley Ellis

U14 Player Of The Year, Girls – Hailey Ballance

U15 Player Of The Year, Girls – Sandra Wong

U16 Player Of The Year, Girls – Sydney Ahonen

U17/18 Player Of The Year, Girls – Cassi Sauer    

“It’s such a pleasure coaching these players and watching them grow and develop as athletes” Millar said. “The commitment, skill, and attitude of these players makes my job and the coaches job incredibly rewarding.”

LFC 2014/2015 fall registration is currently open.  

Visit or call 604-996-7567.

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