Bonivital Soccer Club (BVSC) is seeking a qualified individual for the position of a full-time Assistant Technical Director.
Working with the club Technical Director, and reporting to the General Manager, the Assistant Technical Director is responsible for providing both technical and administrative support for the club’s technical programming, including coach development and education, player evaluations and try-outs, team training, and academies, clinics and camps.
For complete information on this opportunity, including the application process and closing deadline, please click on this link to download the full job posting.
For complete tryout information, including how to register, fees, and the tryout schedules, please click HERE.
The tryout schedule attached to the tryout notice emails of December 20th contained errors in the U14 boys and U14 girls tryout dates. The correct dates are as follows:
U14 Boys Tryout Dates:
February 7, Tuesday, 7 - 8 PM, University of Winnipeg RecPlex, 350 Spence St.
February 14, Tuesday, 7 - 8 PM, University of Winnipeg RecPlex, 350 Spence St.
U14 Girls Tryout Dates:
February 2, Thursday, 7 - 8 PM, University of Winnipeg RecPlex, 350 Spence St.
February 9, Thursday, 7 - 8 PM, University of Winnipeg RecPlex, 350 Spence St.
In October Bonivital Soccer Club fielded an unprecedented five teams in the 2016 Club Nationals tournaments held across Canada All five of our teams performed well in their respective locations.
U14 Boys and U14 Girls
The U14 Boys earned a bronze medal, defeating Alberta 1-0 in the final game. The U14 Girls were unfortunate to only get 5th. In our big game against Ontario we lead for most of the match. A late equalizer by Ontraio knocked us out of the Bronze medal game on goal difference.
The U16 Boys were the class of their group and made it all the way to the gold medal game after a thrilling 1-0 win over Ontario. Playing the rescheduled final in Saskatoon, we hit the bar twice and had a goal disallowed and unfortunately lost 1-0. The U15 Girls would have played for 5th but got snowed out.
The U18 boys made it to the bronze medal game and were unfortunate to lose to BC in a very close game.
These results are outstanding with all five teams finishing no lower than 5th and three teams playing for medals. No other club in the country managed this. Congratulations to all coaches, players and managers involved with these teams for the class, effort and and belief they showed.
The Bonivital Soccer U16 PR1 Boys team, led by coach Tony Mazza, faced Edmonton Juventus in Saskatoon on Saturday, October 22, 2016 in the Gold Medal match for the Sportchek Club Nationals Championship. On this frigid day, David Doe of Edmonton as well as the U17 National team, chipped in a goal at the 20 minute mark. The rest of the match featured many chances on both sides, including a goal by Bonivital that was called off by the referee. Unfortunately the game ended with a score of 1 - 0 for Edmonton, but a solid performance for the Bonivital team. Congratulations!