SurDel Fall/Winter Academy 2014/15

Beginning this September, SurDel Girls Soccer is excited to offer a girls only Fall/Winter Academy led by our Technical Coaches Don Tupper, Mark Pennington and other accredited coaches. Several of our female Junior Coaches that have worked with the girls in the past will assist Mark and Don during the academy.

Academy Overview 

  • Start date: September 26, 2014
  • End date: February 27, 2015
  • 17 sessions - no sessions on October 10, October 31, December 19, 26, January 2, February 6 (Family Day Tournament weekend)
  • Open to ages U8 - U15
  • Academy sessions will be 4:30 - 5:45PM and 5:45 - 7:00PM
  • Location Mackie turf
  • Open to all SurDel and neighboring female club players
  • Cost: $285 and includes SurDel Academy kit consisting of a shirt, track suit, socks and shorts. 


Registration is now officially open! Click on the NEW REGISTRATIONS button on the upper left side of the menu.

Meet Our New Coaches

Don Tupper

As a successful player with a multi-sport background, Don brings extensive experiences as both a player and coach for over 25 years. Don has coached boys and girls at all levels at the community, high school and post-secondary environments. Along with coaching, Don has acted as a consultant in developing various sports programs and weight room facilities in schools and community throughout the province.

Don brings a wealth of experience to SurDel. As a former technical director with Surrey Breakers Athletic Association (SBAA) and Central City Breakers FC (CCBFC), he has created, facilitated and executed successful technical development programs and development pathways for both players and coaches from U5 through to adult levels of soccer. He was responsible for strategic planning, management and communication liaison with governing bodies BCSA, BCSPL, District, Community and Club. As a coach, Don has reached successful campaigns assisting numerous teams in achieving A, B and District Cup Championships reaching successful campaigns at the youth levels through his tenure with SBAA & CCBFC.

Don is a Strength and Conditioning Coach, has his NSCAA Advanced National Diploma and his Provincial B License. He also holds an NSCA – CSCS and NCSA – CPT. Don has been active in a girls club for many years which will be an asset to SurDel. Don has also served as a Technical Director at the above mentioned clubs and his knowledge will be very valuable to SurDel as we launch new and exciting programs for our players.


Mark Pennington

Mark Pennington is a former youth professional player from Sunderland in England. He currently holds a Canadian Soccer Association National A License and an F.A. Coaching Certificate from England. Mark studied at the University of Northumbria completing a degree in Sports Development and Coaching in 2003 while playing for the University men’s soccer team. Mark also played in the European Student Championships in Paris 2001 and Amsterdam in 2002.

Locally Mark has worked in numerous elite level environments including the Vancouver Whitecaps, TSS, BC Soccer, and as an assistant with the Canada U20 Women’s team. Mark is currently coaching the U18 Girls and U13 Girls Intake team with our Regional Partner Coastal FC in the BC Soccer Premier League. As a Coach Mark has led his teams to 5 Provincial Championship’s, and a National Championship title in 2008. He will be trying for another National Championship with his U18 Girls who have just qualified for the Nationals.
Mark brings a wealth of experience and is a Learning facilitator for BC Soccer, conducting numerous coaching courses in the lower mainland. He is qualified to train Coaches in active start, learn to train, soccer for life and fundamentals.


The early bird deadline is May 31. Register soon to avoid disappointment.

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2014 Fall Registration Fees



Local Girls Make BC Summer Games Team

Two local 2002 born players were given the good news that they made the BC Summer Games Team in their Geographical Area.  Caylah Lemon and Tiana Couper were both delighted to hear they made the BC Summer Games Soccer Teams they tried out for.

Caylah who lives in Surrey made the Zone 3 Team and Tiana who lives in North Delta made the Zone 4 Team.  The girls are both good friends but for this Tournament in Nanaimo they will have to wear different colours and bring back the memories of their Mini Soccer days where they competed against each other from U6 - U9 every week within Surdel Girls Soccer Club.  Congratulations and good luck girls!

SurDel Code of Conduct

SurDel Girls Soccer has recently updated its Code of Conduct for the club. Please familiarize yourself with the document as all players, parents and coaches will be asked to sign a copy at the beginning of each season - fall and spring. More information will be presented to coaches on coaches night in September.

Login Access for Coaches

For coaches, the rosters are accessible through the "coaches login" on the left side of the SurDel website. You will need to log in with the password that you created during registrering as team official.You can access, email and print rosters and team information through this channel. If there are any issues please contact the  registrar.



DELTA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, February 18, 2013 – Surdel Girls Soccer Club, Coastal FC, Ladner FC, Ladner Girls Soccer Club, North Delta Soccer Club and Tsawwassen Soccer Club are pleased to announce the collaborative creation of Delta Coastal Selects.  

The Delta Coastal Selects’ teams will participate in the Metro Select League (“MSL”), which organizes and operates competitive boys’ and girls’ leagues for the second highest level of play for youth soccer in B.C., the EA Sports BC Soccer Premier League (“EABCSPL”) being the top level. Consistent with BC Soccer’s Mission “to continue to be committed to a comprehensive approach to improve player development in B.C.”, the purpose of the Delta Coastal Selects (“DSC”) program is to create a professional environment and framework which players within DSC regional partnership can be afforded a stronger linkage with the EABCSPL.