A new approach
For the 2019-2020 season, instead of fielding a U21 team, Field Art will compete in the highest division available in a full season competition in Vancouver, the Metro Soccer League's Premier Division.
“While our goal is to field a team in BC's new League One... and ultimately play in the Canadian Premier League, this is a significant step in the history of our club”
'Field Art Football Club is dedicated to developing players to compete at the highest levels of international soccer. In Europe, top players in their mid-to-late teens make the step up to compete in men's leagues to prove themselves. While our goal is to field a team in BC's new League One next Spring and to ultimately play in the Canadian Premier League, this is a significant step in the history of our club,' said club founder and Technical Director, Coach Othmane Kabbadj.
Exciting Season Ahead
A core of players from last fall and recent summer league return to compete. We have also signed a couple of new players who have international experience and should make a big impact this season. In coming posts, we will profile first team players. If you are keen to follow all of the team's action this season, become a member to get regular news, live streaming and match highlights.