Club Info

Meet Our Head Coach

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.

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.



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 (“DCS”) program is to create a professional environment and framework which players within DCS regional partnership can be afforded a stronger linkage with the EABCSPL. 

SurDel Becomes Regional Partner With South Fraser FC


SURREY, BRITISH COLUMBIA, March 1, 2012 – South Fraser Football Club announces that SurDel Girls Soccer Club (“SGSC”) has become a regional partner, joining Ladner FC, Ladner Girls SC, North Delta Youth Soccer Club, Peace Arch SC, Semiahmoo SC and Tsawwassen SC in the Club’s regional partner family.

“SurDel Girls Soccer Club has a great history of developing female soccer players in the north/central community areas of Delta and Surrey within the professional and fair-play environment they have established. We are very pleased to have SGSC join us as a regional partner and know that they will be a key contributor to our Delta-Surrey regional player development programming”, commented Darryl Jones, President of South Fraser FC.

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About Us

Purpose(s) of the Society is (are):

  • to promote, develop and govern the game of soccer among female youth players located in the City of Surrey and the Municipality of Delta;
  • to organize amateur soccer clubs, teams and tournaments;
  • to encourage the instruction, practice, enjoyment and advancement of soccer within a competitive framework;
  • to encourage sportsmanship and good citizenship;
  • to teach respect for the laws of the game, the officials of the game, other plays and the laws of Canada

Mission Statement

SurDel Girls Soccer Club organizes amateur soccer clubs, teams and tournaments for female youth in the City of Surrey and muncipality of Delta.

SurDel Girls Soccer Club encourages the instruction, practice, enjoyment and advancement of soccer within a competitive framework, encourages sportsmanship, good citizenship and teaches respect for the laws of the game, the officials of the game, other players and the laws of Canada.