Born 2021

Our Sidekicks Program is so named because each of our young first-time players have a “sidekick” who participates in the program directly with them. This is a parent or an older family member. This program is designed to introduce the young players to enjoyable activities with a soccer ball, so that they relate soccer with fun! This program runs for 10 weeks, and the young players and their sidekick will participate once per week in 45 minute sessions with a qualified Activity Leader.

Please note this program is held INDOOR @Vedder Elementary.



  • Mondays – 5:00-5:45pm
  • Sep 9, Sep 16, Sep 23, Sept 30, Oct 7, Oct 21, Oct 28, Nov 4, Nov 11, Nov 18
*Fee includes Tzeachten FC practice shirt and hoody.

Happy Feet



Born 2019, 2020

We love our little Happy Feeters! This twice weekly program is designed to introduce young players to the game in a fun and engaging environment. At our weeknight practices our young players will participate in small groups in fun soccer related games and activities. On Saturdays we will gather our young players again where they will participate in multiple mini games. This program will run for 10 weeks and the young players will participate in 45 minute practice sessions with qualified club staff aided by volunteer parent coaches. On Saturdays, their multiple mini games will run for 1 hour.

Schedule (BOYS):

  • Mondays – U5 (2020) - 5:00-5:45pm / U6 (2019) - 5:45-6:30pm
  • Sep 9, Sep 16, Sep 23, Sept 30, Oct 7, Oct 21, Oct 28, Nov 4, Nov 11, Nov 18

Schedule (GIRLS):

  • Tuesdays – U5 (2020) and U6 (2019) - 5:00-5:45pm
  • Sep 14, Sep 21, Sep 28, Oct 5, Oct 19, Oct 26, Nov 2, Nov 9, Nov 16, Nov 23
*Fee includes full Tzeachten FC kit (jersey, shorts, sock).




Born 2018

Our twice weekly FUNdamentals program is geared towards our 6/7 yr olds who are at an age where they can begin to learn the basic fundamentals of the game (dribbling, turning, passing, shooting etc) in a FUN and friendly environment. The program will run for 11 weeks and our young players will participate in 1 hours sessions. At our weeknight practices our players get to participate with their friends in fun and engaging activities and games that encourage competency on the ball. On Saturday mornings we gather our players again and they participate in matches. All practice sessions and matches are overseen by our qualified staff. Our ethos is described in our FRIENDS acronym...
  • Fun
  • Rewarding
  • Inclusive
  • Engaging
  • Nurturing
  • Developing
  • Skills

Boys & Girls participate separately.



  • Wednesdays – Boys & Girls 5:00-6:00pm
  • Sep 11, Sep 18, Sep 25, Oct 2, Oct 9, Oct 16, Oct 23, Oct 30, Nov 6, Nov 13, Nov 20
  • Saturdays – GIRLS - 9:00-10:00am / BOYS - 10:00-11:00am
  • Sep 14, Sep 21, Sep 28, Oct 5, Oct 19, Oct 26, Nov 2, Nov 9, Nov 16, Nov 23
*Fee includes full Tzeachten FC kit (jersey, shorts, socks).

Skill Centre

$395 (Skills 1), $550 (Skills 2)


Born 2015-2017

Every boy or girls involved in soccer in Canada deserves an enjoyable experience within the game. For our young players, an enjoyable experience means that they have access to high-quality programs where they can have fun with their friends, learn new skills and play the game in an enjoyable and appropriate format. To achieve this, Canada Soccer has created the Skill Centre format for U8-U10 (2017/2016/2015 born) age groups, to guide clubs towards best principles in player development by taking a nationally coordinated approach to developing young soccer players. As a CSA designated Quality Soccer Provider, we are thrilled to introduce this type of programming for our boys and girls.
  • Skill Centre 1 – Players train once weekly on a weeknight and play in house matches on Saturday mornings.
  • Skill Centre 2 – For players seeking more frequency in their training, this option provides for 2 training sessions per week in addition to the Saturday morning games.

Training days and times to be announced soon. All matches are Saturday mornings.


The Skill Centre program runs from September to end of February.

*Fee incudes full Adidas Tzeachten FC kit (jersey, shorts, socks).

Community Kicks



Born 2009-2017

To develop a life long love for the game, it is important that all participating boys & girls play in an environment where they are most comfortable and where they have the opportunity to play with their friends. Our Community Kicks program is geared towards young boys and girls who simply want to play the game at a recreational level and purely for the fun of the sport.

Through the fall we offer a once per week practice night where players can attend and learn new skills within fun and engaging activities to encourage ball familiarity. Then on Saturdays we gather the players again for in house matches. All practices and games are conducted under the supervision of our qualified TZFC staff.


The fall program runs for 13 weeks beginning the week starting Monday September 9th and ending Saturday December 7th.


Players will be grouped based on age. Girls and boys will practice and play separately.


Weeknight practice days and times to be announced soon.

*Fee incudes full Tzeachten FC kit (jersey, shorts, socks).


Considered the “golden age of learning,” this is an age when players continue to embrace the “team concept” and the rewards it can bring. They are at an age where they are more able to reflect on their actions and learn from mistakes. Players will continue to develop the technical side of the game, but with the addition of more emphasis on competency with and without the ball as a team and as individuals. Players are selected to the Development level via an evaluation process in the spring. Our U11/12 Development teams will train twice weekly through the fall & winter season with weekend games from early September through to early March. Focus continues to be player centered as they progress through these key learning years in a challenging and competitive environment. All coaches at this level of play are BCSA Certified.


This past spring our club partnered with Seabird Island Band Community School to launch a soccer program that tied into their elementary school curriculum and also an after school program that provided access to soccer specific training for older indigenous children up to the age of 15. The overall goal was to provide easy access to more structured soccer programming for indigenous children without having to leave their community. Our staff coaches adopt a culturally sensitive approach to the weekly practices in the indigenous communities with the goal of building a long term love for the game within the youth. Their ability to connect with and engage the children throughout the program has established strong ties between our club and the Seabird Island community and we look forward to continuing to nurture our partnership going forward. We are excited to progress with our first fall program within the community starting in September.