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RECOMMENDED CONSTITUTIONAL CHANGES FOR VOTING AT THE JUNE 05, 2019 AGM

We are recommending the following changes to the SFDA Constitution and By-Laws.

Current

PROPOSED

Page 5 Article 4:  Board of Directors
13 The Association shall be governed by a Board which shall consist of 10 duly elected officials or Directors.

13) The Association shall be governed by a Board which shall consist of 13 duly elected officials or Directors. Effective immediately.

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Page 5 Article 4 Board of Directors
13 d)  No member of the Board of Directors shall hold a Paid office or be an employee of a member under the jurisdiction of the Society. A newly elected Director must relinquish all paid positions with a member club within a period of thirty (30) days or be in conflict of the Boards Constitution.  A current member of the Board may not accept any paid Office or accept a club board position if there is already a member from that club sitting on the SFDA board.

Effective immediately

15) Conflict of Interest and Standards of Conduct           

(a) The Directors shall adhere to the BC Soccer’s Conflict of Interest Policy, shall not be in a profession that profits directly from the activities of the Association or its Members.

15) Conflict of Interest and Standards of Conduct 

 (b)  Each Club will be limited to one (1) current sitting club board member to sit on the SFDA board upon election by the membership at the AGM.

(c)  The SFDA Chair may not hold a current position on any club member board.

Effective with the 2020 AGM

21) Annual General Meeting
    a)    The Association shall hold its Annual General Meeting no later than May 31, of each year.  The agenda of the Annual General Meeting shall include.

21 Annual General Meeting.
    a) The Association shall hold its Annual General Meeting no later than June 30th of each year.  The Agenda of the Annual General Meeting shall include:  Effective immediately

Article 3: Membership

VOTING MEMBERSHIP

The following, unless disqualified or expelled as Voting Members, shall be Voting members of the Society:

a) Each person who has been duly elected to hold office on the executive body of a Club Member or in the Association;

b) Each Team Official (limited to a maximum of three 3 per team) that has a current ID card issued by the district, is properly registered with the Association and is currently in good standing with the Association.

 

Article 3: Membership

VOTING MEMBERSHIP

The following, unless disqualified or expelled as Voting Members, shall be Voting members of the Society:

a) Each person who has been duly elected to hold office on the executive body of a Club Member or in the Association;

b) Each Team is limited to a maximum of one vote. (1 per team) Voting may be done by any Carded team Official, that has a current ID card issued by the district, is properly registered with the Association and is currently in  good standing with the Association.  No person may vote more than one time and no voting by proxie is allowed.

Effective with the 2020 AGM

SFDA ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING

June 5, 2019

Surrey Sport and Leisure Centre

16555 Fraser Hwy #110,

   Surrey, BC V4N 0E9

Registration at 6:00 p.m.

AGM will start at 7:00 p.m.


South Fraser Soccer Association extends its sincerest condolences to the family of Brandon Bassi

The 19 year old was a valued and popular member of all the teams he represented.

May 24th, 2019 - Vancouver BC

On behalf of everyone in the local Soccer Community, BC Soccer extends its sincerest condolences to the family of Brandon Bassi after the 19 year old passed away following a tragic accident last weekend.

Bassi was 12 years old when he first joined the Provincial Program, while a member of Coastal FC and the Whitecaps Residency Program.

Last year, he joined Simon Fraser University as a Freshman.

Only two weeks ago, Brandon was celebrating an Adult Provincial A Cup Championship with CCB LFC United.

There has already been an outpouring of support and grief from numerous current and former coaches and team-mates...a testiment to how popular and respected Brandon Bassi was both within and beyond the soccer community. 

We respect the Bassi family's need for privacy at this time.  


Congratulations to Coastal Cup Winners

WINNERS WINNERS WINNERS WINNERS
BOYS A CUP GIRLS A CUP BOYS B CUP GIRLS B CUP
U14 Surrey Guildford United METRO U18 SDU Delta Coastal Selects 01 U14 Surrey United SC Impact U13 Coastal FC Royals 06
    U18 Central City Breakers Lions  

 

GOOD LUCK TO EVERYONE

Process for reporting BULLYING, HARASSMENT AND SEXUAL MISCONDUCT.

SFDA and BC Soccer encourages all individuals who experience or witness bullying, harassment and sexual misconduct in soccer to report the incident or behaviour to BC Soccer and pursue the complaint with the authorities against the organization or individual involved.

The South Fraser District Association has created an anonymous email address for anyone that would like to file a complaint directly with the District:  SFDAfeedback@gmail.com 

Please note this email address is confidential.

APPLICATIONS FOR NOMINATION OF BOARD MEMBERS

Application for Board members is below.  Please complete and email to Krista: ilikefitness@shaw.ca  by May 7, 2018.  There are 3 x 3 year positions open to be voted on at the AGM in June.  Venue and Date to be confirmed.

NOTE FROM BCSA.

BC Soccer would like to make you aware of the following:
 
UPDATED RULES & REGULATIONS
In follow up to the BC Soccer Board of Directors meeting on December 8, 2018, please be advised that BC Soccer has updated it’s Rules and Regulations. Please note the specific amendments highlighted below:
 

RULE 19 - GENERAL MANAGEMENT RULES

e)      No Youth Team shall display tobacco, liquor or cannabis advertising.
 

RULE 26 - RULES FOR THE OPERATION OF THE BC SOCCER HIGH PERFORMANCE LEAGUES

 
a)     BC Soccer shall oversee and/or operate youth and/or adult BC Soccer High Performance Leagues.
 
b)     Any BC Soccer High Performance League shall create such rules as necessary for the operation of the league subject to the approval of BC Soccer, such rules to be submitted to BC Soccer a minimum of 90 days prior to their implementation for approval of the Board of Directors of BC Soccer.
 
i)       The Board of Directors of BC Soccer may waive the 90-day provision without prejudice and solely at their discretion.
 
ii)      Unless specifically stated in Rule 26, the League rules shall be consistent with the balance of the rules and regulations of BC Soccer.
 
iii)    Leagues shall operate under the principles of the CSA/BC Soccer Long Term Player Development program as amended from time to time.
 
c)      For the purposes of development only, a technical staff member of a BCHPL team shall be permitted to approach the Technical Director responsible for any other teams to request permission to contact players of that team to offer an opportunity for promotion, such permission shall not be unreasonably withheld. Any other contact shall be deemed as poaching as described in Rule 6.
 
CANADA SOCCER CONCUSSION POLICY
BC Soccer is pleased to share Canada Soccer’s recently distributed Concussion Policy. Please find this document attached and on BC Soccer’s website: https://bcsoccer.net/bylaws