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Bonivital Golden Boy Champions

Five Bonivital teams won gold at  this year's edition of the WYSA Golden Boy Tournament. Congratulations to the players and coaching staff of the BVSC teams: 

  • U9 DL Girls Dreger
  • U9 DL Boys Pansini
  • U11 DL Boys Holfeld
  • U14 PR2 Girls Kern
  • U14 PR1 Boys Douglas
U9 Girls Dreger
Two wins a tie in the round robin earned the team a spot in the final against undefeated Yorkton FC team from Saskatchewan. With just five minutes left the BVSC girls were down 2-0 but didn't give up, scoring two quick goals before time expired. After a scoreless extra time, the Flames won in a thrilling shootout 5-4! 
"I am very proud of this team. They found themselves down on the scoreboard three of the four games and each time they came back to win. Their positive attitude and great team work was the reason they finished the tournament as champions," said coach Steve Dreger.
U9 Boys Pansini
Congratulations to the U9 boys Pansini team for finishing in 1st place at the 2017 Golden Boy Tournament.  The team played a hard fought weekend of soccer against some great competition. A great effort by both players and coaches!
U11 Boys Holfeld
It was an all-Bonivital final with the BVSC U11 Boys Holfeld winning in PKs after a high quality match against BVSC U11 Boys Aiello. Congratulations to both teams!
U14 PR2 Girls Kern
The Bonvital U14G PR2 won Gold with a score of 1-0 against Lakehead Express U15G in a tightly-contested final. Congrats to the players and coaches!
U14 PR1 Boys Douglas
The U14 Premier Boys went undefeated through round robin play, and triumphed in the final withj a 3-1 victory over QC United from Regina. Congratulations to team and staff. 

2016 Club Nationals - An Extraordinary Year

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.


Club Nationals Silver Medalists

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!


BVSC and FC Northwest Announce Pre-University Travel Program

Bonivital Soccer Club and FC Northwest are proud to announce a Pre-University Travel Program that combines the two Club's resources and talent. For full information please click this link to download the press release. 


Preferred Training Model

Bonivital Soccer Club is proud to be one of the first in the nation to adopt the new Preferred Training Model. The new Preferred Training Model is designed to completely revamp the way we train our players in the golden years of learning at the learn to Train stage between 8 and 12. The model incorporates all facets of the game and is designed to affect the four corners of development with soccer movement and physical coordination at its core, with elements of technical development in the technique and skills station and tactical development in the small sided games area.

Please watch our video to see the Preferred Training Model in action:

Complaint Protocol & Incident Reporting

This is a reminder of our Club's official complaint protocol should you have an issue about a player, coach or other problems. Please follow these steps in order for us to better address your concerns.

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 October 2017 
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