About Us

Burnaby FC was born through the amalgamation of five soccer clubs (Cliff Avenue United FC, Mountain United FC, Wesburn FC, Burnaby Girls SC and Burnaby District Metro Soccer) within Burnaby. Together we have a deep history in our communities
with a combined 70 years of soccer experience. With that comes a passion for creating the best experience at all levels of play.

Burnaby FC embraces a vision to improve the youth sports culture in Canada to one that encourages high-quality coaches and environments that support positive youth development and social-emotional learning and well-being.


Mountain United FC (MUFC)

Founded in 2011, MUFC was part of the BCSPL (BC Soccer Premier League), a standards-based development environment, focused on player development for players and youth ages 12-18 in the District of Burnaby and is positioned as the highest level of youth development community soccer within BC. Among BCSPL clubs, MUFC was the largest source of players for post-secondary
scholarships and programs and provides opportunities for Canadian youth national teams and professional clubs.


Cliff Avenue United FC (CAUFC)

Established in 1956, CAUFC was the largest club in Burnaby with over 2,000 youth players of all abilities aged U5-U18. CAUFC prided itself on creating an atmosphere of fun, equality, fairness and fair play for both recreational and competitive players, coaches, referees, and administrators so they may achieve their highest potential based on their own skills and desire.


Wesburn Youth Football Club (WYFC)

Established in 1949, Wesburn was formed by a group of local citizens who wanted to establish a neighbourhood park in the community. Wesburn FC has had four generations join, play soccer, cheer and volunteer to inspire
the next generations to come.


Burnaby Girls Soccer Club (BGSC)

BGSC was formed in 1991/92 as a group of committed and passionate parents and coaches interested in providing girls with the opportunity to play soccer, under the motto; “A place for every girl to play.” In the 30 years, which have followed, the club stood by its motto; continually promoting the idea all girls can play soccer while meeting their ability to compete at their level of


Burnaby District Metro Soccer (BDMS)

Since the 2015-16 fall season, the Burnaby District Youth Soccer Association (BDYSA) affiliated Metro division teams directly through the District, rather than through individual clubs.