The Burns Lake community soccer has been around since 1997.  We have a lot to be proud of and a big part of that comes down to the  countless hours that Coaches/volunteers have contributed to keep this wonderful sport alive and thriving in our little community.

Coaches meeting April 25th at 5:30 at CNC field 


BC Soccer Certification Course

          Learn To Train: April 22nd and 23rd.
          Soccer For Life: May 6th and 7th

For more information and to register please contact
or call 250-698-7565



Criminal Record Check

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Coaches Code Of Conduct

The Burns Lake Community Soccer’s Code of Conduct establishes a clear
set of guidelines for team officials, players, parents, guardians and spectators.
The primary goal is to help ensure that soccer if a fun, positive and enjoyable
experience for all.The Code of Conduct is based on the concept of fair play,
defined by

4 basic principles:
• Respect for the rules
• Respect for the referees and their decisions
• Respect for all participants, including teammates, team officials and opponents
• Maintaining self-control at all times

It is a condition of club membership that all members follow the Code of Conduct at all times. Failure to comply with them will result in action from Burns Lake Community Soccer.

• Show respect to other involved in the game including match officials, opposition players, coaches, managers and spectators
• Adhere to the Laws of the Game
• Always respect the match officials’ decisions
• Zero tolerance for offensive, insulting or abusive language or behaviour or physical threats
• Never enter the field of play without the referee’s permission
• Never engage in public criticism for the match officials


When working with players, I will:
• Place the well-being, safety and enjoyment of each player
above everything, including winning

• Explain exactly what I expect of players and what they can expect from me
• Ensure the parents/guardians of all players understand these expectations
• Refrain from and refuse to tolerate any form of bullying
• Develop mutual trust and respect with every player to build their self-esteem
• Encourage each player to accept responsibility for their own behaviour and performance
• Ensure all activities I organize are appropriate for the players’ ability level, experience, age and maturity
• Teach players to act fairly and respect the rules, referees and opponents
• Be selective in the amount of instruction I give players during the game
• Be responsible for ensuring that substitute players, bench personnel and my team’s spectators do not interfere with the match
• Make sure that equipment/facilities are safe
• Not ridicule or yell at players for making mistakes or for performing poorly
• Inform parents of any injuries their child might have suffered


Additional Resources

Concussion Management

Memebership Responsibilities for Concussions/Head Injuries
Adhere to the BC Soccer Concussion Policy.

CSA Pathway Coaching Kits:

Learn to Train

Link to PGYSA Lesson plans Click Here