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Congratulations to all players who submitted videos. After careful consideration our top 3 videos are as follows: No. 3 – Abby Walters (juggling) No. 2 – Andy Molinski (trampoline soccer) No. 1 – Liam Turnbull (shooting accuracy) Keep practising at home and keep sending in your videos as we want to see what you are…Read More
BIFC is pleased to present its first of a series of @ home skills training videos. These are designed to help our players practice their skills @ home. All you need is a ball and a small flat surface. Practice these ball mastery drills to help with your skill development. Enjoy and keep practising. If…Read More
Welcome to our first BIFC @ Home Challenge. We are asking you to send us a short video of what you are doing at home to stay soccer active. We are looking for videos that showcase skill, initiative and creativity. Please make sure no pets, artifacts or family heirlooms are damaged while filming. We will…Read More
As Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger once said: “Food is like kerosene. If you put the wrong one in your car, it’s not as quick as it should be”. Soccer is a fast paced, intense, competitive sport, and the demands on a players’ body can be incredible. During a game, a player is in constant motion…Read More
This blog is excerpted from BC Soccer’s Small-sided Manual. The Canadian Soccer Association’s pathway for young players focusses on unique concerns at every level of development. This pathway is designed to ultimately contribute to Long-Term Player Development (LTPD) and a lifelong love of the game. From ages 9-12, League players are “learning to train.” Read more about…Read More