2022 Fall Football Registration
Registration for the Fall Season will be announced on June 1.
- Cheer 2009 – 2015
- Mini Tyke Flag – 2017/2018
- Tyke Flag – 2015/2016
- Atom Flag – 2013/2014
- PeeWee Tackle – 2011/2012
- Junior Bantam – 2009/2010
CLUB FEE – PROGRAM REGISTRATION FEE
Spring Flag Football (2022) –
Maximum 12 Players Per Team – Boys & Girls
- U8 born in 2015/2016
Club Fee: $145 + $43
- U10 born in 2013/2014
Club Fee: $145 + $43
- U12 born in 2011/2012
Club Fee: $145 + $43
- U14 born in 2009/2010
Club Fee: $145 + $43
- U16 born in 2007/2008
Currently waitlist is only available at this time.
WE NEED COACHES and MANAGERS FOR ALL DIVISIONS please indicate on registration if interested or alternatively, email email@example.com
Please note that the VMFL will NOT be participating in the Spring Provincial BCCFA Kelowna Tournament. All associations with the VMFL now fall under the BCPFA umbrella. The Spring Flag Provincial tournament hosted by the BCPFA will take place at the South Surrey Athletic Park, White Rock. The BCPFA Spring Provincial tournament location will change yearly – moving around the Province.
Other Spring Programs
Spring Break Camp: $125
Fall Programs (2022)
All children born in 2009 to 2015 $ 165.00
- Tyke Flag – born in 2015 to 2016 $ 80.00
- Atom Flag- born in 2013/2014 $ 225.00
- Peewee – born in 2011/2012 $ 260.00
- Junior Bantam – born in 2009/2010 $ 280.00
Forms & Regulations
REFUND POLICY APPLIES TO CLUB FEES ONLY AND DOES NOT APPLY TO REFUNDS ON BCCFA MEMBERSHIP FEES.
Cancellation notice must be provided in writing by letter or email to: firstname.lastname@example.org and copy email@example.com with the immediate return of any equipment, lottery tickets, and fund raising money.
Refund amounts are based on the date equipment and uniforms are returned to the club (not the date of notification).
A $10 administration fee is deducted from all refunds.
A full refund of club fees, less the admin fee, will be provided if you cancel your child’s registration prior to the first practice.
A fifty percent refund of Club Fees, less the admin fee, will be provided if you cancel your child’s registration prior to the 1st season game.
No refunds given after the 1st season game.
A CareCard number and a photocopy of a document to verify each participant’s birthdate is required to complete the registration process. The original document must be shown to our registrar when the photocopy is provided. A registration is not complete until these documents have been received: Late registrations may be placed on a waiting list. Uniforms and equipment cannot be issued until all documentation is provided.
Valid proof of age documents include: birth certificate; passport; citizenship papers; official court orders; certification of birth certificates (with file number); baptismal certificates, or; BC Care Card that shows birth date.
Medical Report All participants must have a medical report submitted each season prior to the start of practices. These reports help our training and coaching staff to be prepared in the event of any illnesses or injuries.
Financial difficulties will never prevent any child from participating in our football or cheerleading programs. Please contact us in confidence at firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss the financial assistance options available to ensure that every child gets an opportunity to participate. Financial assistance is available to qualified applicants from KidSport New West, Jumpstart and A4K.
Registration fees include:
- Use of all uniforms and necessary equipment. The only thing you need to provide is footwear.
- Flag football players get to keep their jersey after the season.
- Tackle football players receive a free 5-pad girdle for thigh, hip and tail pads.
- Season-end wrap-up party, awards and coach/manager gifts.
- Team and Player Photo
- League Fees for Team Registration and Referees
- Field/Facility Rentals
- Team Training & Team Medical Supplies
- Seasons pass to NWSS Football home games
Our football club relies completely on parent/guardian and family participation in order to realize a fun and successful season. It is an expectation of registration that each players parent/guardian(s) and/or family will assist in some capacity during the season by volunteering for duties at games or community events. There are many areas where volunteers are needed: throughout the football season there is a need for coaches, team managers, equipment managers, first-aiders (aka. “trainers”), and then during the games there is a need for people to help with sideline duties, concessions, videography, field setup and other operational tasks. Previous experience in any of these areas is not necessary. More involvement by the entire Hyacks Football family leads to a high quality, fun experience for all involved – especially for the kids.
All necessary protective equipment is supplied by the club. The only equipment that you must provide is cleats, which cannot have any metal cleats. An equipment deposit is required before any equipment can be issued to a participant ($400 for Peewee and Junior Bantam; $100 for Atom; $150 for Cheerleading, no deposit for Tyke or Mini-Tyke), and is given to us when equipment is issued. This will be by way of POST-DATED CHEQUE (for November 1) and will not be cashed unless the equipment is not returned at the conclusion of the season. The cheque should be made out to “RCHFC” or “Royal City Hyacks Football Club”.
RCHFC feels it can provide the best play time and development for your kids by basing the number of teams we will support on the coaching staff we have available. This is especially true at the Atom, Peewee and JB level. All players who have provided required paperwork & registration fees (paid in full) will be issued equipment and can come out to practice. Players on the wait-list will be notified by the first practice. Should there not be sufficient coaches (or players) to support additional teams. Player participation is decided on a first come first serve basis based on registration and payment date.
Where: Mercer at the lockers.
Ages: ALL levels (Cheer, Mini-tyke & Tyke, Atom, PeeWee, Jr. Bantam)
In order to be sized and receive your equipment. Your forms must be in and registration paid.
If you have seen the locker, it’s quite full, so unlike in years past. We will not be sizing you if you have not have fully completed registration requirements.
What you need to get your equipment
- Signed Parent/Spectator Contract
- Completed Medical Form
- Completed Football BC Concussion Consent Form
- Copy of Proof-of-Age Document
- Equipment Deposit Cheque (Tackle-only) $400 Post-dated Nov. 1
- Registration fees paid
Membership is notified when registration is open. There isn’t any priority to the programs. All registrations are handled on a first-come/first-serve basis. Registrations are deemed complete only once the registration payment has been received. Should team rosters fill up, additional registrants will be placed on a waiting list.
Participants from all Lower Mainland communities are welcome to register with our club. There are no league restrictions that deny families from registering their children in a club outside their city or municipality. If the number of registrants exceeds the roster limits of our club’s teams, priority will be given to New Westminster residents, and then by order of when the registrations have been received. As such, you may be asked to provide some proof of residency if you live in New Westminster.