With only one substitute due to injuries, and four players playing injured, Mazza's U14 PR1 Boys team, along with guest players Jake Martin, Daniel Grossett, and Thomas Boles, played with sheer heart and guts to win the 13th Annual West Des Moines Premier Tournament in a thrilling Finals shootout. This event is designed to create a pre-state cup, friendly environment of high quality play. In each of the past two years there were at least 10 participating teams that went on to become State Cup Champions. Way to go boys!
For full information on our summer camp programs please click here, or select the "2015 Summer Camps" menu item under the "Our Programs" tab above.
Congratulations to Coach Quinlan and his U13PR2 boys who were victorious in the Cambrian Cup Challenge final on Saturday, March 21st. Their 3-2 victory over FCNW capped a great indoor season for the team.
Entry Level Youth Referee Clinic (U14 and up)
The Entry Level District Youth Clinic is a 12 hr (2-day) course designed to certify individuals to referee 11 v 11 soccer. Potential referees must be 14 years of age in 2015 to register. Certified...
The Entry Level District Youth Clinic is a 12 hr (2-day) course designed to certify individuals to referee 11 v 11 soccer. Potential referees must be 14 years of age in 2015 to register. Certified referees will be eligible to referee youth who are two (2) years younger than them. (ie. a 15 yr old may ref U13). For more information and to register please click here.
District Club Youth Referees from the five WYSA district are required to attend one of the following refresher clinics. To reserve your spot at a refresher contact Dennis Petrelli by email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or by telephone at 204-925-5741. Each refresher clinic will be limited to 30 participants.
Participants will need to print out the annual registration form found here and bring it to the refresher along with the $35 payment (cheque or exact cash) in an envelope. At that point they will receive their new FIFA Laws of the Game book.
March 26, 2015, 6:30 PM - 9:30 PM, Sport Manitoba Theatre, 145 Pacific Ave.
March 31, 2015, 6:30 PM - 9:30 PM, Subway Soccer South, 211 Chancellor Matheson
April 6, 2015, 6:30 PM - 9:30 PM, Subway Soccer South, 211 Chancellor Matheson
April 8, 2015, 6:30 PM - 9:30 PM, Sport Manitoba Conference Rm B, 145 Pacific Ave.
April 16, 2015, 6:30 PM - 9:30 PM, Sport Manitoba Theatre, 145 Pacific Ave.
April 20, 2015, 6:30 PM - 9:30 PM, Subway Soccer South, 211 Chancellor Matheson
Coaching youth soccer is an extremely rewarding way to give back to your community and affect the lives of our youth. If you are interested in coaching...
Bonivital Soccer Club is looking for youth soccer coaches for it's U9 and U10 soccer program.
Coaching youth soccer is an extremely rewarding way to give back to your community and affect the lives of our youth. If you are interested in coaching or assistant coaching one of our teams, please contact Malcolm Mitchell at (204)257-4625 or by email at email@example.com
Use this handy WYSA web app to determine which Community Centre you should register at:
This is a reminder of our Club's official complaint protocol should you have an issue about a player, coach or other problems. Please follow these steps in order for us to better address your concerns.
After taking the 2013-14 season off, Jackie Tessier has continued her goal-scoring form from years previous. Tessier’s goal last Saturday against Ryerson brought her to within one of the Queen’s women’s soccer all-time scoring record, previously held by Eilish McConville at a mark of 53 goals. The following day, Tessier not only tied the record with her first goal, a beautiful header at the near post, but surpassed it when she took a through ball from the Queen’s defense and placed the ball just inside the right post.
Jackie is a graduate of the Bonivital Flames soccer program, representing the club for 5 consecutive years (2005 - 2009) at Club National tournaments. Jackie is a Music Major at Queen's, and has enjoyed great team and personal success in university soccer, including twice being named to the National All Star team. We at Bonivital are very proud of her success!
Coach Raff Cantafio and the Bonivital U18 boys team overcame the frustration of a late tying goal to win the 2014 MSA Championship in penalties. For almost all of the players on the squad this will be return engagement at Nationals, as most competed at the 2013 tournament as members of either the U16 or U18 Bonivital teams - a rare achievement.
Congratulations and best wishes to boys for continued success at Nationals.