WEST COAST AUTO GROUP FOOTBALL CLUB
Facilitating Community Growth
Focused on a passion for driving soccer forward, the West Coast Auto Group (WCAG) Football Club provides soccer opportunities for a variety of levels including house teams, select teams and adult teams. Providing local players with a chance to become a part of a unified soccer development program, the WCAG Football Club helps individuals to reach their potential.
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"Tell your kids you love watching them play."
Located in Pitt Meadows & Maple Ridge, the WCAG Football Club is able to offer a variety of programs to help develop and maintain player skills and personal goals. Starting in the 2012 - 2013 season, the WCAG Football Club's motto is to "offer opportunity at all levels and ages from youth house leagues and select teams to adult teams", bringing everyone together with a united purpose for community sports. One of these programs is the Long-Term Player Development (LTPD) program of the Canadian Soccer Association. This program focuses on soccer development, training, competition and recovery for individuals based on biological age rather than chronological to provide coach-driven and supported opportunities.
The WCAG Football Club is supported by the Founder's Cup Foundation, a group that works with people groups to provide support for a variety of community organizations. Bringing a unique excitement to the game is the Annual WCAG football Club raffle, featuring great prizes, including a grand prize of a new vehicle, sponsored by the West Coast Auto Group. Other benefits include "Fleet" pricing for all WCAG Football Club registered soccer club member and their families with 10% off parts, service and detailing. The WCAG Football Club also awards up to 9 - $750 scholarships to the players, referees or coaches of the WCAG Football Club, given certain criteria.
Experience the unlimited benefits of being a part of a community sport today as you join the WCAG Football Club is an inspired endeavor to better the community as a whole through group participation.