Great News for youth Summer camp

As government related to COVID-19 are being slowly lifted, BCCSF will work as a partnership with RUSC ( Richmond United Soccer Club _ website: ) & FUSION and offers Summer Camp 2020 starting from Jul 06 – Aug 14 for those boys and girls born 2016-2003.

The camps will be conducted to ensure sessions are physically active and conducted in a safe fun environment under the guidelines of BC Soccer.

Registration for Summer Camp is now open ! We have :


Junior Camp _ Jul06-10, Jul13-17, Jul20-24, Aug10-24
5 Sessions

Senior Camp _ Jul06-10, Jul13-17, Jul20-24, Aug10-24
5 Sessions

Mini-Micro Camp _ Jul13-17, Jul20-24, Aug10-24
5 Sessions

EVENING Training Camp on Tuesday & Thursday :
6 Sessions

EVENING Training Camp on Monday & Wednesday :
6 Sessions

EVENING Training Camp on Tuesday & Thursday :
6 Sessions

We also offer Goalkeeper Training  and …..more, please refer to the attachment ( 2020 Summer Camps Schedule )

How’s to registration :

Please DOWNLOAD ) and fill it complete and drop off to Soccer Link ( 114-4940, No.3 Road, Richmond, BC V6X 3A5 )

  • Please make the cheque payable to “ Richmond Girls Soccer Association “
  • 2020 Summer Camps Schedule for your reference

Any further questions, you can call Danny at 604.7851068 or Thomas at 604.2182031 or Frankie at 604.3776337

Hoping to see all our boys and girls on the pitch soon.

Danny and Thomas and Frankie

On behalf of BCCSF

The moment when receving the trophies

It was so excited when Vancouver Chinese received the trophies from the committee of New York Chinese World Cup 2005. Here under is the pictures of the moment when receiving the trophies

The upper picture was Mr. David Ho received the trophy, and the lower picture was Mr. Tony Lau with the captain of Over 35 Ray Pang (left) and the captain of Open John Chou (right).

Good memory of BCCSF

The biggest day of B.C. Chinese Soccer Federation. We represent Vancouver Chinese to join the New York Chinese World Soccer Tournament in 2005. We thank you Mr. David Ho and Mr. Tony Lau who sponsored the event in that year. This picture was all the players of Team Open, Team Over 35, team Over 45 and the committee were gathered in Vancouver Airport and prepared to go to New York to join the competition.

Mr. David Ho (middle left in front row) and Mr. Tony Lau (middle right in front row) is the sponsor of this event.

Annoucement of Nations Cup 2020

Nations Cup 2020 CANCELLED

COVID-19 Update:

After extensive and careful consideration and consultation, it is with deep regret that The Nations Cup Tournament Committee has made the difficult decision to officially CANCEL the 2020 Nations Cup Soccer Tournament.

As everyone is aware, the global health crisis created by covid-19 has brought about unprecedented circumstances forcing unexpected challenges and changes. Unfortunately, given the information available to us at this time, along with Provincial and Federal medical guidance, we have determined it is in the best interest of players, spectators, volunteers, vendors, and suppliers alike that we cancel the 2020 Tournament.

We are hopeful that we will be able resume this important local community event next year and thank you all for your patience and understanding as we worked toward making this difficult decision. We look forward to making arrangement for the 2021 Tournament as circumstances allow.

In the meantime, our hearts go out to all those who are directly and indirectly affected by this pandemic and although the Tournament will not take place this year, the Nations Cup Committee is pledging to donate funds to the Richmond Food Bank during this critical time of need, as well as continuing our usual annual donation to Richmond KidSport.

We encourage our Nations Cup community members to also find ways to give back to those in need during these challenging times.

On behalf of the Nations Cup Soccer Tournament Committee, be safe and be strong.