Starbowl 2015

April marks the time of year when the annual Starbowl games are played, an event that features the best players of the Valley Community Football League and the Vancouver Mainland Football League in both the Midget and Bantam divisions.

While past tradition had featured games of the VCFL versus the VMFL, the games now feature a blend of both leagues where the total group of players selected is split into two teams.

April marks the time of year when the annual Starbowl games are played, an event that features the best players of the Valley Community Football League and the Vancouver Mainland Football League in both the Midget and Bantam divisions..

This year we will be featuring a 9-man Bantam game, 12-man Bantam game and will finish the day off with a 12-man Midget game.

Date: April 25th 2015

Location:  Exhibition Park, Chilliwack (kitty corner to Townsend Park where the Giants play – it is the BIG stadium behind Prospera)

Times:

9:00am – On field warm up (9 man)
10:00am – 9man Bantam Game
12:00pm – On field warm up (12 man Bantams)
1:00pm – 12 man Bantam Game
3:00pm – On field warm up (Midget)
4:00pm Midget Bantam

2015 Bantam 9 Team 1 web

2015 Bantam 9 Team 2 web

Starbowl 2015 12 man Bantam team 1 web

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Starbowl 12 Man Midget Team 1 – 2015 web

Starbowl 12 Man Midget Team 2 – 2015 web

Football BC Safe Contact Day

Coaches who attend this clinic will be certified “Safe Contact” through the NCCP: Blocking and Tackling

When:  Feb 08, 2015
Time: 9 am to 5 pm
Location: Richmond Olympic Oval, Richmond

Description:

Cost: $75 (includes manual and t-shirt); Free for active players who have already registered for a 2015 Football BC Combine session. Open to coaches, players and parents. Includes clinic, practice and more.

Click here to register.

Schedule:

9 am to 12 pm: Coaches Safe Contact Clinic
12 pm to 1 pm: Lunch

(Players to check-in at 12:30 pm)
1 pm to 2 pm: Practice Safe Contact Prep (address to parents and families)
2 pm to 4 pm: Safe Contact drills and techniques
4 pm 5 pm: Safe Contact review and debrief (includes parents, players and coaches)

An update on the implementation process of the Registration & League Management system for the VMFL (& all BCCFA associations).

esportsdesk will be the conduit for processing Football BC & BCCFA fees.

esportsdesk will work with each club to facilitate this process (provide set up & technical support)

Because of the wide diversity of each Associations player & team registrations format and processes, esportsdesk will structure the solution to align with your Association.  As a result, it is imperative that each Club order a FREE website and book an Administrator Training session directly with esportsdesk throughben@esportsdesk.com  In this online session you will see first-hand how the system functions and learn how your level of adoption of these tools will impact your level of Administrative workload to participate in the BCCFA in 2015.

These are the tools that Football BC and the BCCFA have selected to manage their membership, registration and league management going forward and we realize that some Clubs are ready for full and immediate implementation, while other Clubs might require a ‘graduated’ adoption process for the 2015 season. esportsdesk.com is ready to work directly with Clubs to ensure they find the easiest route to inclusion in the BCCFA 2015 Season.

Reminder that you do NOT need to change your official website or hosting services – this FREE site is only the Administrator Home-Base for your Club to be part of the BCCFA and benefit from all the data and schedule sharing.

eSportsdeck – update Jan 15th