U7/U8-4v4–Basic Fundamentals:

The Basic Fundamental stage is about learning the introduction fundamentals of soccer with a strong emphasis on fun.  We at BC Fire want to promote the importance of having fun within the game of Soccer. Focus for this age is on ball mastery and technical proficiency in passing, receiving, dribbling and shooting the ball.

U9/U10-7v7– Intermediate Fundamentals:

The Intermediate Fundamental stage is about learning the fundamentals of soccer with a strong emphasis on fun.  We at BC Fire want to promote the importance of having fun within the game of Soccer. Focus for this age is on ball mastery and technical proficiency in passing, receiving, dribbling, shooting the ball, 1v1 attacking and 1v1 defending. Basic tactical information is introduced to players. 

U11/U12-9v9–Advanced Fundamentals:

The Advanced fundamentals stage continues to focus on the fun of learning fundamentals while introducing advanced concepts of the game.  All the while, we never lose sight of the importance of providing a fun environment to learn in. Players continue to work on fundamentals, and there is increased focus on tactical aspects of the game and ensuring players understand their role individually and collectively.

U13/U15-11v11–High School Prep:

The High School Prep stage focuses on getting our players ready for the next level – which is high school soccer. Players will continue to work on improving the technical side of their game. Aspects such as strength training, agility, flexibility, are introduced to provide members a proper path to improving their physical abilities. Players will begin playing 11v11 and gain a greater knowledge of tactical aspects of the game.

U15-U18–College Prep Stage:

The College Prep stage focuses on getting our members ready for the next level – which is college soccer. Players will be continued to be pushed to develop their technical/tactical/physical game. BC Fire will begin to educate the players interested in playing college soccer about the college process as well as given them the platform to be seen by college coaches.