Burnaby FC Announces 2023 – 2024 Adult Programming

Burnaby Football Club (BFC) today announced its plans for its inaugural adult teams for the 2023-2024 season.

Burnaby FC will field six (6) teams in the Metro Women’s Soccer League (MWSL) this upcoming season with teams competing at Women’s Premier, Selects-B (Under-21), Division 2, 3 (two teams) and Masters 3.

On the men’s side, Burnaby FC is forming a U21 (2003-born and younger) team which will compete in the Vancouver Metro Soccer League (VMSL) along with a Division 4 and either a Division 3 or Division 2 team. Burnaby FC will provide all its adult teams with administrative, equipment, fields, registration, and league liaison support.

The adult teams are joining Burnaby FC as part of the amalgamation between Mountain United FC, Cliff Avenue United FC, Wesburn Soccer Club and Burnaby Girls Soccer Club. Existing players from these teams will receive a registration link from their current coaches. Burnaby FC welcomes new adult players and asks any interested players to submit a BFC evaluation form.

Joseph Nakhla will be the Head Coach of the Men’s Under-21 VMSL team. Nakhla brings years of coaching at both youth and adults’ programs in BC including the VMSL, BCSPL, Metro, and PCSL. BFC invites those born in 2003, 2004, 2005 to an ID camp which will run for three consecutive Fridays. All players interested in attending must submit a BFC evaluation form.


Burnaby North High School Turf. 751 Hammarskjold Drive, Burnaby, BC


Session 1: Friday May 26th, 7:15 pm to be registered, 7:30 ready on the pitch

Session 2: Friday June 2nd, 7:15 – 9:15

Session 3: Friday June 9th, 7:15 – 9:15

The Women’s Under-21 team will play in the MWSL Selects-B Division and will be coached by BFC Senior Staff Coach Kat Tomic. Evaluations for this team will be held in June and July with more details to follow. All interested players are also asked to submit a BFC evaluation form.

“I cannot over emphasize the importance of having a continuous pathway and a clear transition from youth to adult football, it provides youth a guide of what is next in the club’s system,” said BFC Technical Director – HP Lee Tregonning. “The progression from youth play to the adult side gives players an additional opportunity to continue enjoying the game for life.”

If you are interested in learning more about Burnaby Football Club, you can visit us on our website.