Metro Women's Soccer League
To develop the game of soccer inspiring women to life-long active and inclusive team play.
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Return to Play

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Spring 2022 Team Registration

Spring 2022Team Registration

Team Registration is open – February 21, 2022 and will end March 25, 2022. 

Spring Team Fees

$175 Returning Spring team that played fall

$250 New Spring Team or Returning Spring only team

$100 New Team Bond to MWSL

$30 Player registration if player did not play fall soccer or is playing on a second team

$20 Player registration for players who played Fall 2021/22

League information

Spring League starts April 25, 2022. There are 8 scheduled games in spring league with no games played May long weekend, May 21-23

If you are going to register a team for Spring 2022 you must make sure you are going to have enough players to field a team for the 8 games that your team will be scheduled to play. We do not reschedule games in our spring league, but default rules still apply. Please see schedule of fines for default info.

Games are scheduled Monday to Friday. New and existing Teams must obtain a field between Monday and Friday evening after 7pm. Latest start time is 9pm

We have Divisions 1 through 4, Premier, Selects and Masters and possibly an over 40’s division (Classics) if we get enough interest in the Spring League. If your team is interested in playing over 40’s please email me and put notes in the team registration section so I can track how many we have.  We would need 4 teams to put the division together.

Masters - Teams that played in the Masters Division 1 and the top 8 teams in Masters div 2 are asked to go into the open divisions for spring this year as the Masters spring division that is offered is made up of Masters division 3 and 4, we want to keep the competition in that division fair.  Should I receive enough interest in a Masters Spring division for Masters Division 1 and the top 8 teams in Masters Division 2 and the travel time for week day games is reasonable for teams we can look at adding that division. Again put your notes about wishes in the notes section of your team registration

Teams must be registered by March 25, 2022, and payment must be received by March 28, 2022. Please note our payment methods.

·         Credit Card Online

·         E-transfer your payment to Put your team’s name and division in the etransfer notes. If you choose this option, please reply to this email identifying the date the transfer was completed.

Fields - If your team has a special request for a field, division or home game day you must put that on your registration to have your request considered. The league will do our best to accommodate requests, but we cannot guarantee anything. Please do not email requests in after you register, it must be on your registration.

Should you share a field with another league i.e. a men’s team then please note who you share your field with on the registration form.


Team Contacts (Coach, Assistant Coach 1, Assistant Coach 2 and Manager)

Teams will be able to have up to four contacts listed for their team contacts. They will only show up on the roster and ID card download once they have completed all three team contact requirements.

Failure to do so before your game will result in you not being allowed on team bench/field without a valid ID card moving forward.  You must have completed the CRC, Photo upload and Coaches Code of Conduct requirement’s in order to get a valid card.  

Ø  Three Requirements for team contacts

v  Upload a Current Photo

v  Acknowledgement of Coaches Code of Conduct

v  Criminal Record Check (Valid CRC’s are to be sent to Jo-Dee to update your profile, if you have not gotten one click on the link provided on your coaches profile)

Outstanding team fines or fees

Teams that have not paid any outstanding team fees or fines may find that their team registration may be denied or delayed until the payments have been received by the league

Important dates to remember:

March 25, 2022 - Midnight-Deadline Team Registration is OVER

March 28, 2022 -Team Fees Due

April 1st - Player Registration is online

March 28, 2022 - Drop day, any team that drops after this date will not get their team registration fees refunded.


Thank you,

Jo-Dee Stanley                                              

MWSL League Manager   

Posted 2/17/2022 Ref # 7126

In Memory of...

In Memory of...

Roy Nosella and Bob Allen

Roy Nosella

MWSL Referee and Mentor

VMSL Board member

BC Soccer AC Sanford & Life Member

National Club Champion Player

Columbus FC

While he was an exceptional baseball player, including a two-year stint playing in the Minor Leagues, Roy Nosella also had a passion for soccer. After a successful playing career, which included lifting the Challenge Cup as Canada’s Men’s National Amateur Soccer Champions in 1964 with Columbus FC, Roy turned his attention to giving back to the sports that had given him so much. Roy sat on the Board of Directors for both BC Soccer and the VMSL for seven years. However, his longest tenured position was a 43-year stint serving on the Vancouver Athletic Commission.

Roy was also a valued refereed in the Metro Women’s Soccer League, where he instituted a mentorship program to help develop more local referees. For his lifetime of dedication and exceptional service to soccer in the Province, Roy was honored with BC Soccer’s prestigious AC Sanford Award. Additionally, Roy was inducted into the Burnaby Sport Hall of Fame in the Builders category in 2014.


Bob Allen

VMSL Board member

Valued MWSL Referee

BC Soccer AC Sanford & Life Member


National Club Champion Player

Firefighters FC

Robert “Bob” Allen was a pioneer in the British Columbia soccer landscape. During his playing days, Bob suited up for the storied Vancouver Firefighters Football Club. Bob was a member of the Firefighters side that were Pacific Coast League Champions and Canadian National Amateur Champions in 1965. That season culminated with Vancouver Firefighters defeating San Francisco to claim the John F. Kennedy Cup, played in Los Angeles. It is not primarily his playing career, though, for which Bob will be remembered. Bob Allen was one of Canada’s foremost soccer referees. He was appointed to the Canadian National Referee List in 1977 and was a member of the FIFA International Referee list from 1982-1987. His career highlights include being an assistant referee for the 1982 NASL Soccer Bowl in San Diego, being named BC Athlete’s of the Year “Official of the Year” and refereeing at the Canada Games in St. John, New Brunswick in 1985, being honoured with Canada Soccer’s Ray Morgan Award for refereeing and refereeing at the FIFA/CONCACAF Championship in Trinidad and Tobago, assistant refereeing at the U16 World Cup hosted by Canada in 1987 and taking charge of the National Men’s Amateur Challenge Cup Final in 1988.