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South Fraser District Soccer League

Special General Meeting

June 9th saw the SFDA conduct their AGM.

At this AGM several Constitutional Amendments were put forward for consideration.

All of the Amendment ballots came out in rapid succession.

Proper procedure was not followed;

Reading of the Amendment, Motion to Accept, Second and Discussion.

The SFDA Board has decided to call a Special General Meeting to properly correct this oversite.

After consulting with BCSA, this is the correct thing to do.

Please refer to the attached notice for, Application to attend, Agenda, Amendments, Time/date and Zoom link.

SFDA Special General Meeting


DATE:  July 22, 2021


Meeting ID:  830 5340 9029

Registration 6:10  p.m.

6:10 - 6:30 Last names starting with A through L inclusive 
6:31 - 6:56 Last names starting with M through Z inclusive.

Meeting start no later than 7:00 p.m.

  1. Call to order (digital recording of 2021 Special AGM)
  2. Voting Credential Report from SFDA administrator.
  3. President Address
  4. Voting for By Law Amendments – Full amendments with explanation are attached.
    1. Motion to accept By Law Amendment #1 - Article 3 Membership:New Clubs – Membership for new clubs not before 2022.   Second, Discussion and Election Buddy vote
  5. Motion to accept By Law Amendment #2 - Article 3 Membership:Voting by Delegate –Votes will be by number of player registrations.  Second and Election Buddy vote
  6. Motion to accept By Law Amendment #3 Article 3 Membership:  Voting by team.   Second, Discussion and Election Buddy Vote
  7. Motion to accept By Law Amendment #4 - Article 4:Board of Directors. No more than 2 sitting directors from each club.  Second, Discussion and Election Buddy Vote
  8. Motion to accept By Law Amendment #5 - Article 4:Board of Directors. Newly Elected Board members must relinquish all club positions.   Second, Discussion and Election Buddy Vote
  9. Adjournment                           


Board Committee Restructuring June 2021


THANK YOU to Ken Robyn and Gurjeet Nagra for their service to the SFDA Board. We wish them well in the future.

WELCOME Back Jay Nagra and Mohamed Irfan Rafiq. For 3 year term

And WELCOME to new Board Members Frank MCCann 3 year term and Dave McEwan and Gurpreet Rana both for 1 year terms


To All SFDA Club,

As we proceed to the start of the 2020-21 fall soccer season, we wanted express that all Clubs and Coaches be mindful of our municipality requirements and BC Soccer phase 2 protocols.

Since these are exhibition series games and no ID cards, we ask Clubs, Team and Coaches to ensure the the rules of play are upheld at all games.

Any Club, Coach and/or Team that fails to practice safe soccer will be investigated and fines, discipline and sanction may apply.


ViaSport & City of Surrey Updates

November 11, 2020: Lower Mainland and the Fraser Valley restrictions PHO Order

The order and direction of the Provincial Health Officer (PHO) about Lower Mainland and Fraser Valley restrictions is now final and posted on the Provinces’ website. Since Dr. Henry’s press conference relating to the Order on Saturday, November 7, 2020 we have been working closely with the Province on the Order’s development.
Thank you for your patience and leadership as we navigate the many gray areas together.
 The Order and what it means to sport:  
The Order States: “No person or municipality may provide or host and no person may participate in an indoor sport unless the sport involves no physical contact between the participants.”


  • Indoor sports can only conduct physical distanced activities. This does not mean all indoor sports are in Phase 2. Some Phase 3 activities may be possible as long as physical distance can be maintained along with other safety measures that we have implemented in return to sport (e.g., increased cleaning protocols).

The Order States: “No person may attend as a spectator at an indoor sport activity unless this is necessary to provide care to a participant.”  

  • We understand that “unless necessary to provide care to a participant” can be interpreted many ways. We are working with public health to provide more clarity.

The Order States: “No person may travel to or from the affected area or between the regions of the Fraser Health Authority and the Vancouver Coastal Health Authority for any sport related activity, including practice, training, games or tournaments, unless they are an identified by Canadian Sports Institute Pacific as a high performance athlete affiliated with an accredited provincial or national sports organization and are already training in the affected area and subject to the safety guidelines of their provincial sports organization.”  

  • The Order now clearly states that travel is not permitted for these or any sport activities. However, high performance athletes and their coaches are permitted to travel to, from and between the Fraser and Vancouver Coastal Health regions. High performance athletes are individuals that have been identified to a targeted athlete list with Canadian Sport Institute Pacific by their PSO or NSO.

The Order States: “No person or municipality may provide or host and no person may participate in a group indoor fitness activity until guidelines for group indoor fitness activities have been approved by the provincial health officer and the person or municipality who provides or hosts the activity has submitted an updated safety plan in accordance with those guidelines with respect to the activity to the Medical Health Officer and the safety plan has been approved. Once a safety plan has been approved, it must be posted in a place easily visible to participants.”  
What it means:

  • Group indoor fitness activities (e.g., dance, spin, etc.) will need to have an approved plan before they are able to reopen and operate again. This Order is NOT required for sport. We understand that some sport organizations have been receiving conflicting information directly from health officials, but now that the Order is available we will work with health agencies to improve the interpretations and communication.

We know there will be more questions arising based on the details of the new Order. Our FAQ is an additional resource for you and is continually being updated as we continue to receive clarity on the Order and respond to your questions.

Provincial health officer orders are always a last resort, but right now these additional measures are required in the Vancouver Coastal and Fraser Health regions. We need everyone to re-double our efforts to protect our communities.

Coaches Match report

This form is also available on the Coaches page.


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:

Please note this email address is confidential.