Give your budding soccer star a chance to take their game to the next level and get scouted this summer in the Cariboo.
Whitecaps FC Cariboo Prospects Camp Series is composed of 2 day camps in 100 Mile House, Quesnel and Williams Lake, led by Ross Holtom – Northern Academy Centre Head Coach. These camps are specially designed to evaluate and train players for opportunities with Whitecaps FC Northern Academy and beyond.
For motivated and advanced girls and boys, U8 to U16.
100 Mile House – July 27/28 at OMHSA Fields
Quesnel – July 29/30 at QYSA Fields
Williams Lake – August 11/12 at Esler Fields
** Players have the opportunity to be selected for a session to be held in Williams Lake on August 13, led by Bart Choufour – Whitecaps FC Director and Head Coach of Academy Centres.
Click on the link for more information or to register Whitecaps FC Northern Camps
WLYSA follows the Canadian Soccer Association Lightning Safety Policy, which can be found under Documents – Policies
Esler Fields Diagram
Directions to Esler Fields – Google Maps
when coming from the North … at the junction of Hwy 97 and Hwy 20… continue through the lights on Hwy 20 …. Approximately 6 to 7 miles along hwy 20 turn right on Hodgson Road to the Esler Recreational complex …. Follow Hodgson Road approximately 2 miles … turn right on Wilkie Road (this road shows as unnamed road on google maps) and the fields are located there.
The Williams Lake Youth Soccer Association requires two-deep adult supervision at all times in order to protect the interests of both the youth and the volunteers. This means that all WLYSA volunteers, whether they are a coach, an assistant coach, a team parent, a phoning parent, or a team manager, must always have another adult with them when they are with one or more WLYSA players. The second person can be another WLYSA volunteer or a parent/guardian, but must be a person over the age of 19.
Parents/guardians should never leave their child alone with a single adult. The parents/guardians of a child in the Mini Division must remain with their child at all times. It is recommended that parents/guardians of youth players in the Senior Division and parents/guardians of players on rep teams remain with their child at all times.