Wesburn Youth Soccer Club has ties to our neighborhood that extend back more than a half-century.
In 1949 the Wesburn Community Association was formed by a group of local citizens who wanted to establish a neighborhood park in our community. Once the park was established, the Association began to sponsor children’s softball, soccer and square dancing events, as well as adult soccer games. Over the years the soccer and square dancing sides of the Association grew until it became necessary to administer it both as separate organizations.
Today, there have been four generations of Burnaby residents that have benefited from Wesburn’s soccer programs. Parents of current soccer players and club volunteers and coaches who were once Wesburn players in their youth now cheer and encourage the next generation of youth to give it their best both on the field as well as in our community, homes and schools.
Wesburn Youth Soccer Association is a registered non-profit society governed by the Societies act of B.C.
About Wesburn Community Association
Burnaby's Wesburn Football Club (Wesburn Community Association)
Wesburn Football Club is one of four soccer clubs serving the city of Burnaby, British Columbia. The clubhouse is the Wesburn Community Centre at Wesburn Park. The Central turf field complex is the club's divisional home field, Harwood Park and Wesburn Park are the club's House League fields.
The club accepts registration from all players in the Burnaby soccer district. Want to become a player? Contact us!
Club News and Events
Volunteers are the Heart and Soul of Wesburn FC. Our soccer program is regarded as one of the most successful community programs within the city of Burnaby and is offered to all who love the game. Volunteers are the Heart and Soul of Wesburn FC. Our soccer program is regarded as one of the most successful community programs within the city of Burnaby and is offered to all who love the game. Wesburn FC is led by community volunteers & takes a tremendous amount of time and effort to run a high caliber program. Because of this, support from the families with children playing in our program is necessary to maintain the program's affordability & current standard level.
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