United Footballer Of The Week

Emily Worsfold
BCSPL Girls Intake
Vancouver Island Wave

Emily is currently playing in the BC Soccer Premier League (BCSPL). There are 8 franchises in the BCSPL, one from the
Island (our teams are called Vancouver Island Wave), one from the Interior and the remaining six from the lower mainland.  The Vancouver Island Wave is pleased to announce this week’s Footballer of the Week is Emily Worsfold.

Emily is a great team player who stepped up and played well for her own age group but also played an outstanding game for the next age group up this past weekend.

Emily is a consistent high level performer who is a great training player that takes her training habits into the game.  From the Juan de Fuca Soccer Association, Emily has a bright soccer future ahead and we wish her the best of luck.

Congratulations on being this week’s Footballer of the Week!

View past Footballers of the Week

To nominate a player please contact your respective organization or use our Online Nomination Form.



Due to the large number of last minute requests for ID cards, LIWSA has decided to relax the requirement for card checks until the weekend of October 24-26. However, all teams and officials are expected to have completed any remaining documentation by that time, including player and team official ID cards and where required, team official criminal records checks. We cannot confirm that all referees have been notified before Oct 17-19 scheduled games, so please refer to this website post if necessary.

The LIWSA Rules and Regulations have been updated in our "Policies" area?  Rule 12.3 has been amended to include more specific procedures about rescheduling/postponing a game.  Please refer to 12.3 (i), (j), (k).  

i) If and when a team wishes to reschedule/postpone a game, the procedure is as follows:

The United Football Showcase Kicks off at Westhills Stadium on September 27

Some of Vancouver Islands top men’s, women’s and youth soccer teams will take to the pitch over the two day United Football Showcase

The LIWSA has registered with the BC Government Criminal Records Screening Program.  Any LIWSA volunteer can obtain a criminal record check for free.

1.  A reminder that all jewelry is to be removed (ear and nose piercings, earrings, bracelets (all material) etc.)  Also, if a player is wearing hemp or cloth type bracelets, we suggest that they wear sweatbands or tape.  If we can't see it , we can't ask them to remove it.
2.  We suggest that all teams have a first aid kit.