Refereeing soccer can be any or all of the following:
- A part time job with excellent money making opportunities.
- A rewarding way of putting back into the game.
- A way to keep yourself in shape.
- A way for students to earn credits in high school.
- An opportunity to be awarded bursaries from local leagues.
- An opportunity to learn important life skills such as
– organization, time management, people skills.
- Potential to advance as a referee to National levels or beyond.
- A way to be directly involved in some great soccer!
For courses go to https://bcsoccer.net/referee-clinics
Kelowna United is excited to offer our annual Spring Break Soccer Camps! These Camps are a great way for players of all abilities to build on existing skills and learn new ones. Be sure to sign up early to secure your spot! Click HERE to register.
To print a Registration fee receipt for KU or JH:
Enter your username and password – if you have a Family account – log in to that here otherwise log in on the Individual account
You will see Currently Enrolled Programs
Under the Program – 2017-2018 KU Registration or 2017-2018 JH Registration
Click on Details
On the right side of screen you will see Invoices and Payments
Under Payments you will see Printable Receipts (2017) and (2018)
Click on them and print your receipts
Then log out
The Kelowna United U16 Boys would like to invite you to the kick-off party celebrating their journey to the 2018 Gothia World Youth Cup in Sweden, representing Canada. The Dinner/Silent Auction is being held at Rusty’s Sports Lounge on January 19th from 5:00 pm to midnight. For more information, check our Rusty’s Pub Night Flyer or contact Andrea Mistal at firstname.lastname@example.org and/or Otto Lohn at email@example.com
Congratulations to Kelowna United U18 Girls player Michaela Jacobsen, who has signed to play for the University of Lethbridge Pronghorns next year!
Michaela recently participated in the KU/UBCO Jr Heat U17/18 Girls “Showcase Project.” As part of this team, girls in Grade 11 and 12 trained from mid-August through November, finishing up the project with the Astroturf Collegiate Showcase tournament in Seattle Washington. In the lead up to the tournament, many of the players were contacting college and university coaches as part of their preparations for this showcase tournament, which helps connect university and college soccer programs with potential future players. After talking with the University of Lethbridge coaches at the tournament and committing to the Pronghorn Women’s Soccer Program, Michaela is excited about the opportunity in front of her. “I’ve been playing soccer for as long as I can remember; it’s always been a big part of my life. Being able to continue playing in university is amazing, and makes all those times I’ve had to say, “I can’t – I have soccer,” seem worth it now! I am thankful for all of the coaches I’ve had over the years, for everything the game of soccer has given me and I would also like to thank the University of Lethbridge for giving me this chance!” Currently a Grade 12 student at Mt. Boucherie Senior Secondary School, Michaela will pursue a BSc in Kinesiology as she starts her varsity soccer career in Lethbridge for the 2018/19 season. The U of L Pronghorns Women’s Soccer team competes in the Canada West conference of U-Sport, which is the highest level of University Sport in the country.