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WINTER U5 PROGRAM

LUSA is pleased to announce the 2015 Under 5 program is now open for registration. The program will again run on Sundays starting at 5pm and run to 5:45pm. This Active Start program is for players as an introduction to sports and soccer activity.

The program is coached and run by LUSA Staff Coaches with the assistance from some of our Youth players giving back to the game they've learned to love. Parental activity and involvement is encouraged but not mandatory. The requirement that parents partake in some of the activities, which would include keeping the ball within the playing area, motivating the players by cheering and encouraging etc.

The program will start on 11 January 2015 and run until 1 March 2015 with NO session on 8 February 2015.

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Dear LUSA members,

This past Monday evening, October 27, Arnout Stams, our 1st Vice President, and Mark Parker LUSA Technical Director, presented to Langley Township Council an overview of our current field usage within the Township. 

The goal was to ask Council to enhance and update the Field Allocation Policy (FAP) within the Township so that it better reflects the needs of local resident user groups such as Langley United, which has hundreds of kids each week that are forced to practice on the all-weather gravel fields in our community.  Our board is concerned by recent soccer developments within BC Soccer that have the objective to take valuable artificial turf field time at Willoughby, MAP and Aldergrove and provide this to an outside user group in Langley, under the guise of being Langley teams.  It is important that LUSA stand up to this initiative and make sure that Langley boys and girls are taken care of first and foremost. This presentation was the first step in that process.

It is important that Langley United parents be aware of developments in fields in Langley. As Langley grows, the pressure on both artificial turf and grass fields will only increase, from both inside and outside Langley. Developing more fields now is one answer. But enhancing and updating the Field Allocation Policy is another important step.

Please see the link below to Mark’s power point presentation and supporting documents provided to Township Council. If you have any questions or comments, don’t hesitate to contact the board.

PowerPoint Presentation (in PDF format): CLICK HERE TO VIEW
Township of Langley Brief (in PDF format): CLICK HERE TO VIEW

PS - UPDATE Nov 4th 2014 - TOL Council has now directed Staff to revisit the F.A.P. 

Sincerely,

Board of Directors
Langley United Soccer Association

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