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Ball Sizes

In order to help coaches and players determine the proper ball size to use, please refer to the following.

Age Ball Size Circumference (in)
U6-9 3 23-24
U10-12 4 25-26
U13 and up 5 27-28 (FIFA)

For more information on game structure, please click on this link to BC Soccer Grass Roots Development.

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Dennis Elsom Lights and Nets

NET REMINDER – When you are finished with utilizing the nets at Dennis Elsom field, please either return them to their storage locations at the North and South end of the field or discuss with the oncoming coach if he or she will be utilizing them.  If not, they need to be put away.

LIGHTS –  If you are the last coach to leave the field at night and there is no other team with a coach coming on after you, please turn OFF the lights.

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Issued or Approved Alternate Uniforms

Only Club issued or approved uniforms can be worn in league games or tournaments.  Alternate uniforms must be approved by the Executive and must be of design consistent ith other Club uniforms.  Silver and Non-Competitive teams must wear uniforms as issued by the Club.  No alterations such as addition of sponsor’s names or player numbers will be allowed unless authorized by the Executive.  (A sponsor’s name may appear on gym bags or warm-up suits.)  (Rule 2.3 of Surdel Girls Rules & Policy)

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Net Boxes and Light Controls

To gain access to ALL DELTA field & light boxes (except the North Delta Park ball diamonds), there is a key inside a key lock box like the one shown below. The key lock box hangs on the handle of the field box or on the side of the light controls. Contact one of our equipment managers for the access code. See the contacts page for their email or phone number.



Some things to keep in mind:

  • Always put the nets and flags back in the box when finished.
  • Never allow clubs or teams other than SurDel or North Delta Youth Soccer to use the equipment as they don’t have access to the lock box – no matter how much they beg.
  • Please treat it like your own – it costs the club substantial dollars to replace.
  • Always put the key back in the key lock box and lock it.
  • Finally please report any damage, defacing or malfunction of the boxes to the SurDel or North Delta Youth Soccer equipment managers.

Thank you for your cooperation. Our players appreciate it!


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