Thursday, March 12, 2020

Annual Pub Night Event - CANCELLED

Unfortunately, the upcoming Lake Side Buoys Annual Pub Night Event that was scheduled for Friday, March 13th has been cancelled due to the COVID-19 virus, in an effort to protect both players and fans. We'll try this event again hopefully in April should conditions improve. We apologize for the inconvenience. 

Monday, March 9, 2020

Annual Pub Night Event!

Come to the Yates Street Taphouse Bar&Grill this Friday between 4pm and 7pm for the Lake Side Buoys PUB NIGHT! Sign up to be a supporter of Pacific FC, have a few pints with fellow soccer fans, rub elbows with players and compete in our FIFA tournament!
Bring a friend!

Friday, February 28, 2020

Pacific FC Home Kit Reveal 2020

Check out Pacific FC's launch of their new home kit!

It looks like our editor got a little bored while putting this one together and started interjecting all kinds of stuff into it. Should make it more interesting.

Friday, February 14, 2020

Men's National Team Comes to Westhills Stadium

Are you ready for a massive party at Westhills Stadium? We sure are! Watch our latest video to find out why.

Saturday, February 8, 2020

Pre-Season Rumour Roundup!

In this episode of LSBTV, Ted Godwin and Drew Shaw discuss Pacific FC signings, the new addition to the Canadian Premier League, the possibility of a player union, beer, and more!

Wednesday, January 15, 2020

New PFC Coach, New VHFC League!

Join Ted and Ryan as they discuss all the latest soccer news on Vancouver Island, including a brand new coach for Pacific FC and new league moves for the Victoria Highlanders.

Tuesday, January 14, 2020

Pacific FC announces new head coach Pa-Modou Kah

Victoria, BC (January 14, 2020) - Pacific FC is pleased to announce the appointment of Pa-Modou Kah as Head Coach, with the former Norwegian international earning his first role at the helm of a club.

Kah, who last worked as the Assistant Coach at MLS side FC Cincinnati and also played alongside Pacific FC player Marcel de Jong at Dutch club Roda JC. He joins the club in his first role as a Head Coach, having previously worked as an Assistant Coach with Whitecaps FC 2.  

"This Island has a proud soccer history, a place where you can create a great environment, and play a part in developing soccer in Canada,” said Kah. “It’s exciting to be part of a league that is giving kids a chance to play in their homeland and build toward the World Cup.” 

A former ten-time Norway national team member, Kah also featured at the club level with over 400 professional appearances playing throughout the top leagues of Norway, Sweden, Holland, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, USA and Canada, most recently with the Vancouver Whitecaps FC - all qualifications that made him a first-choice candidate. 
“Pa is a leader with an impressive background on and off the field,” said Rob Friend, CEO, Pacific FC. “We are extremely fortunate to have secured someone of this profile, who understands the North American market, has international connections, and ultimately is very familiar with a majority of our players.” 

Joining Kah on Pacific’s technical staff will be James Merriman, who assumes the role of Associate Head Coach and Technical Director for the Trident Development Program. Joining Kah and Merriman will be Riley O’Neill as an Assistant Coach and Youth Staff Coach, while Neil Sedgwick will take over as the Manager of Youth Development.  

O'Neill, a product of Campbell River, represented Canada in the 2005 FIFA Under-20 World Cup, the University of Kentucky Wildcats in the NCAA, German sides SV Wilhelmshaven and Eintracht Braunschweig before joining Finish outfit Myllykosken Pallo -47. O’Neill has been coaching locally in the VISL for Vic West FC and now joins the Pacific FC’s coaching team. 

“With the new coaching roster we have put together, we have some of the best player development coaches in the province, if not the country,” said Josh Simpson, President, Pacific FC.  “We are investing heavily in youth and we’re proud to be able to provide this level of professional coaching to aspiring players on the island.” 

Kah will continue to work with his team to build the club’s roster in the coming weeks and months ahead of the league’s kick-off in April.