The U6-U10 club program will participate in one training session and one game day from September to March.  All teams will practice once per week with their volunteer team coach.  

All teams at the minI level will follow a club curriculum. Coaches will receive professional instruction on coaching philosophy, organization, and session structure through the clubs' coach development program provided by our Technical Staff.

The curriculum of the Mini Development Program is designed to meet the learning objectives of Learning to Train (Stage 3) of the CSA’s Long Term Player Development Pathway. By allowing the professional staff to support every player/coach in these ages, it ensures that everyone receives a consistent coach and player development seasonal plan.



Our U11-U18 club program will participate in one training session and one game day per week.  The season runs from September to February/March.  The club’s goal is to provide resources to all players, and help players and teams reach short and long term goals of development, through our extensive partnerships, training, academies (if registered), and player development. During the season, players are expected to attend practices once a week and play one game per week (boys play games on Saturday and girls play on Sunday) with a volunteer team coach.  

As the need for technical proficiency continues, players of these age groups and levels will participate in a Technical Development program for technical/tactical practice sessions, “possession with a purpose”. This methodology ensures the developmental priorities of the player's technical and tactical needs are being met. The training for this program includes dribbling, turning, passing & receiving, and shooting.



  • U6-U18 one training session a week, one game per week with a volunteer coach

  • one game a week (boys play Saturday, girls play Sunday). 

  • program is overlooked by our Technical Director and staff coaches.

  • training on grass and/or turf fields

  • games on grass and/or on turf fields

  • games will be scheduled by South Fraser District Association for U11 + (subject to changes).  Game day travel is required.

  • games will be interlocked with neighboring clubs for U8-U10 (subject to changes).  Game day travel may be required.

  • games will be in-club play for U6-U7 (subject to changes). 

Please note, NDFC Programs will be following the Public Health Authorities Guidelines & BC Soccer.  If we are in Phase 1 soccer, parent participation is required for U6/7 age groups.


Fall/Winter 2021.2022 Age Groups

  • U6 - 2016 born

  • U7 - 2015 born

  • U8 - 2014 born

  • U9 - 2013 born

  • U10 - 2012 born

  • U11 - 2011 born

  • U12- 2010 born

  • U13 - 2009 born

  • U14 - 2008 born

  • U15 - 2007 born

  • U16 - 2006 born

  • U17 - 2005 born

  • U18 - 2004 born

For 2017 born - click HERE for our U5 Kickers Program

For 2018 Born - click HERE for our Intro to Soccer Program





  • Week of September 6, 2021 - first week of training for U11-U18 club teams.  No training sessions on Monday, September 6 - Labour Day.

  • Week of September 13, 2021- first week of training for U6-U10 club teams

  • Weekend of September 11/12 - first weekend of games for U11-U18 club teams (Boys play on Saturday and Girls play on Sunday)

  • Weekend of September 18/19 - first weekend of games for U6-10 club teams (Boys play on Saturday and Girls play on Sunday)

  • For more detailed schedules, click HERE.


  • August 23 - September 2, 2021

  • Open to all club/recreational players available to train before the season starts; please note,  players will not be training with their teams for these sessions.  

  • For more detailed schedules, click HERE.

Note:  all schedules are subject to changes.



North Delta FC is a not for profit club that relies on volunteers to coach teams so that we can make our registration fees affordable for our membership.  All of our teams are coached by volunteers.

For the Fall/League Program, the club is in need of parents to volunteer in coaching positions.   Each team needs a minimum of two parent volunteer Coaches.  Knowledge of the game of soccer does not have to be extensive. Our most important requirement for volunteer Coaches to have the ability to have fun, to have a positive attitude with the children,  and to ensure fair play amongst all players.  Our technical staff coaches will be on the field weekly to assist all Team Leaders throughout the season. 


So sign up today when registering your child.


  • Please note, we have a NEW REGISTRATION PROGRAM.  For instructions on how to register, please click HERE
  • Registration Fee includes a Uniform Kit
Click HERE to register.

$50 deposit per family will be collected at the time of registration however your credit card will not be charged until March 2022 if volunteer hours have been completed.  Please click here to view our Volunteer Program.

Please note that all program dates/locations & schedules are subject to changes.

For information on Financial Assistance programs available to our members, please click HERE.
Registration fees will need to be paid online when registering.

To read our Refund & Payment Policy, please click HERE.


  • technical program questions about our programs please email

  • registration questions please email

  • if you would like to volunteer as a coach, manager or age group coordinator please email

  • players U14 and up who are interested in becoming more involved within the club should contact for more information on becoming a junior coach at one of our programs

Please note that all program dates/locations & schedules are subject to changes.