What is the difference between Premier 1 and Premier 2 soccer?
Bonivital Soccer Club hosts both Premier 1 and Premier 2 competitive teams for players between the age of 13 and 17.
Prior to the season kickoff, BVSC holds tryouts and will choose the top available 16 to 18 players who will form the Premier 1 team. Depending on the remaining number of interested and qualified players available, the Club will form a Premier 2 team. Once formed, these teams will compete against other Premier 1 and Premier 2 teams within Manitoba.
I don’t live in the BVSC District, can I still register to try out and/or play?
Yes, Manitoba Soccer and Winnipeg Youth Soccer League have removed the District Boundaries early 2020. This means players are free to play with the Club of their choice
When does the season start and end?
OUTDOOR: April – September
Training kicks off outdoors in April, while league play kicks off in May going until September.
various locations around the city and potentially rural areas
Memorial Turf Field
Waverly Soccer Complex
Shaughnessy Soccer Complex
Various other Locations – click HERE for full listing
INDOOR: October – March
Indoor training and league play kicks off in October going until Mid-late March
University of Winnipeg (Training for premier teams)
What is the time commitment with a BVSC Premier Team?
Minimum 2 practices a week, with one game per week
Game days vary, based on divisional make up
1 – 2 practices per week, with one game per week
Thursdays (both genders), Saturdays (Females), Sundays (Males)
MSA CUP TEAMS – U15 and U17 Male and Female Teams
MSA Cup teams will practice at a minimum 1-2 times extra per week over and above their allocated team practice
What are the Club costs to play on a Premier team?