In recognition of Charles Bello, the Spurs 50+ team organized a mini-soccer tournament on Saturday, December 28th to support Charles as he goes through the challenging rehabilitation process after his horrific accident this past summer.
The Burlington Bayhawks OPDL U17 girls team consisting of players born 2003, 2004, and one 2005, traveled for their first international showcase at the 2020 Disney Showcase in Florida. After a strong showing at the FC Durham Showcase before Christmas, they record the highest possession stats across all competing teams.
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The Boys U15 team and Girls U13 team are looking for players. Any interested players should contact the team’s Head Coach for more information.
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In Partnership with Make A Great Pass, the BSC supports the initiatives to help provide impoverished communities with used soccer equipment including soccer balls, jerseys, cleats, and more. Help us give gift of soccer by donating your used gear.
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Charles Bello, a long-time dedicated coach and volunteer of the BSC was involved in a serious cycling accident in August. Charles’ road to recovery will be long and difficult. While Charles will be more than up for the challenge, his friends, family, players and referees gathered on Sat, Oct. 5th for a Soccer Game to keep his spirit and enthusiasm for soccer strong to help aid in his recovery!
Congratulations to our Bayhawks players that were invited to the 2019 Provincial Screening Competition. The provincial program focuses on player screening, talent identification and bench-marking of players through competition.
Ken Bradwell, a lifelong football player, was well known in the soccer community. With his unfortunate passing, his friends and family host the Ken Bradwell Annual Soccer Tournament in his memory to support and raise money for the local Hospitals. This year, the Tournament raised 50% more than last year for a total of $16,167.84.