Premier International Cup September 2 - 4 | Surrey & Richmond, BC

2023 Premier International Cup

We have tried to answer any question you may have about the weekend. Keep this info package handy if you have any questions over the weekend. Please view the information package before contacting us, the most frequently asked questions are answered here.

Viewing the Schedule

There are a number of ways to view the schedule.


All games MUST start exactly on time to maintain the tournament schedule. Failure to start the game on time may require the game length to be reduced accordingly.

Park Highlights & Information

There are 6 parks, you will find all the information on them below.

Each venue is a bit different so we have put highlights from each one together for you. Please check out each of your parks before you leave for your first game finding your field and what will be available at the park.

Tournament Venues

See below for a list of all the tournament venues and some pointers about getting there, what you will find there and parking once you are there.

Tents & Benches

All full sized fields will have shelters and benches. Small sided (U9 - U13) fields will not have benches/tents


Newton Athletic Park

  • Headquarters
  • First Aid/Athletic Therapist
  • Mr Tube Steak
  • Booster Juice
  • TNT Wraps
  • 11 small sided fields (1, 2, 4, 5, 6 & mini #1)
  • 4 full sided fields (7, 8, 9 & 10)
Use the link above to go to the website to download park maps.

Parking can be very tight at NAP, do not park on yellow curbs or block entrances, there is overflow parking across the street at FD Sinclair Elementary School.


  • Headquarters
  • First Aid/Athletic Therapist
  • Mr Tube Steak & Primos Street Eats
  • 9 full size fields
  • Field 1, 2, 5, 6 & 7 are grass
  • Fields 3, 8, 9 & 10 are turf

Parking for fields 1, 2 & 3 can be found off of 148th street just past 20th Ave at the Semiahmoo High School parking lot.

Use the link above to go to the website to download park maps.


  • Headquarters
  • First Aid/Athletic Therapist
  • Primos Street Eats
  • 2 full sized grass fields (4 & 5)
  • 2 small sided turf fields (3)
  • 2 full sized turf fields (1 & 2)
Use the link above to go to the website to download park maps.

The parking lot off of 168th Street is bigger and has more places to park.

Hugh Boyd Community Park

  • Headquarters
  • First Aid/Athletic Therapist
  • 2 full sized turf fields
  • 2 full sized grass fields
Use the link above to go to the website to download park maps.

Minoru Park

  • 2 full sized turf fields
Use the link above to go to the website to download park maps.

Tournament Headquarters

All main parks have a Headquarters tent - if you need anything during the event the quickest way to get in touch with us is through the tent. Staff will be available all weekend at each tent.


You do not need to check in at the park when you arrive. Your team is pre-checked in by uploading all your information to your dashboard.

Player ID Cards

Teams do not need to show Player ID cards at each game. Please have proof of age available for all players in case you are asked by a tournament official at any of your games.


Teams do not need to print game sheets or report scores. Please be patient for scores to be uploaded to the website, depending on the number of games ending at a given time it may not happen right away but they all will be uploaded as soon as possible.

If you believe the score was entered incorrectly please text (604) 795-6970‬‬ with the park, age group, game time and team names/score. We will confirm the score and update it, if it has been entered incorrectly.


Field Marshalls can be found through-out the parks. If you can't find a Field Marshall go to the park headquarters.


If your referee is not at your field 5 minutes before your game is supposed to start find the closest Field Marshall or go to the Headquarters tent.

If you are at a park without a Headquarters tent text (604) 795-6970‬ if you are missing a ref


Plan ahead and find a group meeting place. The parks are busy and it isn't always easy to find your group.


There are no assigned warm up spaces, they are first come first served. There will be limited time to warm up on your field before your game.

First Aid

First Aid/Athletic Therapists will be on site for minor injuries and taping (where time permits). Players must either supply their own tape or pay a nominal fee to the Athletic Therapist.


Can the player walk? Bring them to the First Aid tent to be assessed. First Aid will not give out ice without seeing the player first.

If the player can not walk, get the attention of the nearest Field Marshall or the headquarters tent and the First Aid person will come to your field.


Game Day Video will record your games with their AI Automated Pixellot Cameras.

Food & Drink


Mr Tube Steak

TNT Wraps

Booster Juice


Mr Tube Steak

Primos Street Eats

Cloverdale Athletic Park

Primos Street Eats

Minoru & Hugh Boyd

Do not have food trucks but there are restaurants across from Hugh Boyd and a Food Fair right beside Minoru in the mall.

Champions for Charity

As leaders in sport and tournament management we are consistently looking at ways to innovate, improve, and create more meaningful/purposeful experiences.

During the pandemic we had a chance to review our events and look at areas where we could connect soccer and competition with a more sustainable and charitable approach. One of the areas that we focussed on was medals that 1st/2nd place teams receive.

While we know that players love to receive a medal for their accomplishments, we feel that this joy is quite short lived for photos and then that item ends up in a drawer or landfill.

So we decided to re-imagine our award system with the following objectives:

  • Continue to recognize our teams who finish in the top 2 spots
  • Reduce waste and items going into the landfill
  • Donate to charitable and worthy causes
  • Align winning mentality with the spirit of giving back to others

So for 2023 we will be donating $100 per team on behalf of all of our U14-U18 teams who finish 1st or 2nd in their division of the tournament.

Each Champion & Finalist team will also receive a Premier Cup

We have identified three (3) organizations to direct donations towards. It was important to recognize causes that had a connection to one or more of the following:

Sport | Children | The communities that we operate in

We hope that all of our teams will support this change and will use this as an opportunity to educate your players and build more awareness around charitable impact and the role we all can play.

Please take the time to review our selected charities and to understand what they are working towards.


Important Information

Please keep in mind that the spirit of this event, for all levels, is to have fun and compete against other teams of similar ability. We understand that everyone likes to win; however, in the process, we expect that all teams respect their opponents and the match officials.


The Premier Spring Cup has a zero-tolerance policy for verbal and/or physical abuse of any referee by players, team officials, parents or spectators and will take any infraction seriously (potential suspension for entire event or team expulsion from the tournament)

Players, coaches, and spectators are expected to conduct themselves within the Laws of the Game and generally accepted good sportsmanship. Displays of temper or dissent are cause for ejection from the game and surrounding field area. Repeated violations may result in the suspension/expulsion of the team in question.

It is the responsibility of the Club/Team staff to control the conduct of its parents and other spectators. Failure to do so may result in a warning to the coach or person acting on the coach’s behalf.

If unacceptable behaviour persists, the referee may terminate the match.

All participants should be aware that Field Marshals have the authority and right to remove any unruly or uncivil spectators from the game field perimeter and/or the field complex area.

Absolutely no alcoholic beverages are permitted in the park.


Any player receiving a red card in a match is subject to discipline as follows:

  • An automatic suspension of his/her next game
  • Potential further review/suspension by the discipline committee

The referee’s decision in matters concerning the Laws of the Game is considered final. The Tournament Officials will not overrule a referee's decision.


Only protests regarding non-referee decisions will be permitted.

All protests will only be entertained if received, in writing, within one hour after the completion of the game in question. A $250.00 fee, payable in cash, must accompany all protests. Protests and fees can be delivered to the tournament headquarters. The protest fee will be fully refunded if the protest in question is deemed valid.


The following process has been implemented to address any complaints or issues that arise throughout the event.

  • Grievances must only be reported by Team Managers by email to the Tournament Officials sxcup@e11evenmanagement.com
  • Any reports from anyone other than a team official will be deleted upon receipt.
  • Provide a clear written account of the incident including – game number, time & location - name/names of persons involved

A Tournament Official will respond to the grievance -

  • All reports will be addressed in order of severity.
  • All reports will be taken seriously; but not all will warrant further investigation.
  • Some reports may not be addressed until after the event if they do not affect the outcome/running of the event.

Game Formats

U9 - U10

  • play 2 X 25 minutes (50 minute game)
  • 7 v 7 (6+ goalkeeper)

U11 - U12

  • play 2 X 30 minutes (60 minute game)
  • 8 v 8 (7+ goalkeeper)


  • play 2 x 30 minutes (60 minute game)
  • 9 v 9 (8+ goalkeeper)

U14 - U15

  • play 2 X 30 minutes (60 minute game)
  • 11 v 11 (10+ goalkeeper)

U16 – U19

  • play 2 X 35 minutes (70 minute game)
  • 11 V 11 (10+ Goalkeeper)

In the case of mixed age groups, groups always play by the format of the oldest group.

In case of teams having similar jersey colour - home team changes.

Jersey colours can be found here

If you did not enter your jersey colour during registration and would like to have it added to the list email tmcculloch@premiersoccerseries.com

Our Partners

E11even Management is pleased to partner with the following companies

Click the name of our partners below to learn more about them

About E11even Management

Since 2012 E11even Management Inc. has been an industry leader in club, event, league, and player management. We are a boutique soccer advisory firm with well known, and experienced soccer professionals at all levels (professional, national, college/university, community) of the game.


Formerly the SX Cup Series, the Premier Soccer Series is Canada's largest tournament series.

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The Premier Sport Leagues are the Cascadia Spring League, the largest Spring youth soccer league in Greater Vancouver and The Thompson Okanagan Youth Soccer League, which is the youth Spring soccer league in the Okanagan.


We are a team of event and sport management professionals. For more than a decade we have refined our skills, developed our business, and connected with sport and event professionals to provide excellence in event management.


We provide top quality game recording equipment and services for multilple sports, for a single game up to large tournaments and events. Using the newest equipment on the market, Game Day Video elevates your game recording experience.


We provide end to end service for your event. From logo and art work preparation, to sales and marketing support, through the production and distribution of your completed items, We do it all. Risk and hassle free!


E11even Management Staff

During the event the best method of contacting us is by visiting a HQ tent in the park you are playing at.

registration, permits or any general event inquiries

Contact Tanya McCulloch | tmcculloch@e11evenmanagement.com

schedule and scoring/standings

Contact Nour Fathy | nfathy@e11evenmanagement.com


Contact Carly Halliday | challiday@premiersoccerseries.com


Contact Andrea Laycock | referees@premiersoccerseries.com

Event Director

Chris Murphy | cmurphy@e11evenmanagement.com

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