Participating in the Play Better movement rewards players with charitable donations for reaching training goals set by themselves and their coaches. It’s a simple way that passionate sport leaders and coaches can help each child to grow as an athlete and an engaged citizen–changing the reward, changing the game. Together, we can make it so winning is no longer the only goal. Instead, we’re building a better community–one team, one player at a time!
FIRST TOURNAMENT ROUND
November 2nd @ 7:00pm
Mahony and Sons Stamps Landing
601 Stamps Landing, Vancouver, BC V5Z 3Z
Play against Rovers players, a Portmanteau team including the legendary Jay DeMerit, and Swangauardian teams all vying for the grand prize!
- Register your team of two at this link and make a minimum donation of $40.
- Or raise us much as you want to support your community!
- Winning team donates total charitable earnings to their favourite cause
*Teams of two required
Final Prizes Include!
- A Trophy
- 2 TSS FC Rovers season tickets
- 2 Rovers home jerseys
- A Mahony gift card
- 2 Canucks tickets: Including pre game drinks, appies & an Aquabus to the game @ Mahony and Sons Stamps Landing
- Parallel 49 swag pack
- AND MORE!
- Each event crowns a winner (this is the first of two beer pong tourney’s.
- The winners from each event will playoff final during half time of the first TSS FC Rovers home match for the trophy!
- Registration includes a Parallel 49 beer for each player
- 32 teams single knock out. [each event]
- 15min timed matches
- Fussball tables, music, charity betting, and fun at all events!
There will also be a meat draw with all the proceeds going towards flares for swanguardians!
Come down and enjoy some time with TSS FC staff, team and supporters over some fun down at the pub.
That was quick. And long. And relentless. And chaotic. And beautiful.
Year one is in the books as they say. Well actually the books are far from done and as I sit at the coffee shop writing these words the cars are still packed with inventory, the garages are both full of remnants including kit that hasn’t been washed, and what’s left of the towel stock that hasn’t found it’s way into a foreign kit bag by mistake is draped across the laundry room. Ticket stubs lay strewn across my dining room table and countless PDL patches remain on the office desk instead of ironed onto jerseys as planned. Yes, the last on field sessions have been completed and all the matches are now over, but the cheques haven’t all been sent, the wrap up is in full swing but requires many more man hours, and believe it or not, next season looms already. Read More
Five minute read. Surely everyone still has five minutes.
I’ve been around the beautiful game my whole life. From kicking a tennis ball against my bedroom door as a kid, to having the pleasure of putting on our red Canada jersey, to a national title with UVIC. It’s been a real ride – ups & inevitable downs – it’s shaped me as a human. Read More
by Michael McColl
AFTN is delighted to announce today that we will be an official supporter driven media partner of TSS FC Rovers for the club’s upcoming inaugural USL PDL season, working closely with the club on a number of initiatives to bring fans the best coverage around of the newest team in the lower mainland. Read More
Pro soccer will return to Swangard Stadium this spring, as TSS FC Rovers will begin play in the Premier Development League (PDL) for the 2017 season.
The male professional team will feature an all-Canadian lineup with most players under 23 years of age News 1130 reports. They’ll play in the Northwest Division against teams like Seattle Sounders U23, Lane United of Oregon, Calgary Foothills, and Victoria Highlanders. Read More
Score one for nostalgia. There’ll be soccer played at Swangard Stadium this summer.
The TSS FC Rovers, a club founded by the Richmond-based TSS Academy, will compete in the USL Premier Development League, a move that brings the beautiful game back to one of the most beautiful grass pitches in Canada. Read More