Club Resources

Health and Wellness (Coming soon)

  • Concussion Awareness
  • Nutrition


Prospect Lake Soccer Club offers referee clinics or partners with other clubs, those opportunities will be posted on our website when we are able to safely do so.

The coronavirus pandemic has affected many activities, including soccer. In many regions soccer activity has considerably curtailed, however as in-person/classroom referee clinic activity is now extremely limited, BC Soccer is embracing alternative ways to support and provide referee certification and training in BC. It is important to provide solutions that allow referees to develop and train as safely and effectively as possible during these times.

If you’re interested in preparing for soccer to return and check-out BC Soccer’s website for their offerings.

Small Sided Referee Clinics

The Small Sided Referee Clinic is the basics of refereeing and is offered to individuals who are no less than 12 years of age. Once an individual is successful in passing this clinic, they are classified as a Small Sided Referee and may officiate in matches with players between U-6 and U-12.

The updated Small Sided Referee clinic will focus on the latest Small Sided Rules teaching materials, and delivery of the clinic has been revised to consist of (two) 2-hour Zoom sessions, (one) 2-hour on-field session; followed by an online exam.

Pre-requisite: Minimum 12 Years old

Clinic Length: 6 hours

Clinic Fee is $40.00 (plus $4.46 user fee / system processing fee)

Entry Level Referee Clinics

The Entry Level Referee Clinic is the entry point into 11 a-side soccer. Once an individual is successful in passing this clinic they will be classified as a Youth Referee (if they are 14 or 15 years old) or a District Referee (if they are 16 years old or older). The goal of this clinic is to ensure that individuals who pass are capable to be either a Referee or an Assistant Referee in 11 a-side soccer.

The updated delivery of the current Entry Level Clinic has been revised to consist of 17 online self-guided Law-based modules and questions via RefCentre (approx. 10 hours), one 2.5-hour theoretical Zoom session, one 3.5 hour on-field session, followed by an online exam. Students will be given a minimum of 7-days to complete the online training.

Pre-requisite: Minimum 14 Years old by or on the day of the clinic

Clinic Length: 17 hours

Clinic Fee: $131.25 plus a $4.46 user fee / system processing fee (includes GST)

Volunteering at Prospect Lake Soccer Club

Prospect Lake Soccer Club is a non-profit association run by volunteers. With volunteers participating in Executive positions, regular team activities & club functions, our Club is able to be successful. We could not manage without our members actively assisting in club activities during the season.

Here are some of the ways that you can earn your volunteer hours.


Board Members

Get involved with your club and assist in setting the direction. All Board Members are automically exempted from the volunteer policy. No need to wait for an AGM, reach out the Board Member today if you’re interested.


Coaches, Asst coaches, Managers

Again, these position are exempt from the volunteer policy. It doesn’t happen often but if you coach a team that you don’t have a child on, your adult registration is free.

Team Managers coordinate the team uniforms and are the communicators of the team, advising families of games and any changes in the schedule.


Team Volunteer Coordinators

Team Volunteer Coordinators communicate parent volunteer hours to the Volunteer Coordinator every month.


Layritz Turf Clean-up

Everyone tries to keep it clean but the Turf does need some upkeep on a regular basis. Hours are calculated on an hour by hour basis, several volunteers per season are required and generally involves:
  • Bringing gloves and a garbage bag
  • Check the turf field, dug-outs, benches areas for garbage and miscellaneous items
  • Check the concrete path area, bleachers for any garbage/miscellaneous items

the Concession

Concession hours during games will be coordinated by your team manager or volunteer coordinator but there are other chances to assist too, either during special events or programs and a tournament hosted by Prospect Lake in February or March each year. This is done on an hour by hour basis.


Lining Games

In order to qualify for hours lining games, you must take the lining course offered at the beginning of September and line a minimum of 4 games.


Event Coordinator

Want to organize an event for fundraising purposes or the soccer community? We’re open to ideas, reach out to a Board Member with details and support. Ideas of events in the past include Bingo Nights, Dances with silent auctions, club bottle drive, and of course there is the year-end banquet. As an event organizer, you’ll get your 5-hours and with the assistance of our volunteer coordinator, other volunteers will get their hours on an hour by hour worked basis. 

The Store

The store opens a few times through out the year, we’ll communicate this as soon as details become available. This is done on an hour by hour basis.


Game Set-up/Clean-up

This is done on an as-needed basis, your team manager will advise when this is required. It would involve setting up or moving nets before and likely after the game. Done on an hour by hour basis.