A turf at Spectrum will see a partnership with the Songhees & Esquimalt Nation, the Native Indian Football Association (NIFA), and the T-Bird Soccer Group. Through these partnerships, we hope to address the Truth & Reconciliation Commission's Call to Actions while forging long-term positive relationships with our Indigenous neighbours.
McElhanney is an employee-owned company that provides engineering, surveying, GIS & remote sensing, community planning, landscape architecture, and environmental services. McElhanney is proud to support the Spectrum Turf Project with in-kind technical leadership and support.
A turf field for the Victoria Spartans guarantees access to a home and eliminates the annual struggle of finding field time. It also allows the association to minimize long term costs.
A turf field for the GVMFA guarantees access to a home and eliminates the annual struggle of finding field time. It also allows the association to minimize long term costs.
As hosts, Spectrum Community School and SD61 will provide the land for the multi-stakeholder turf field.
As a Lower Island Soccer Association member club, Westcastle are the new kids on the block of the Victoria soccer scene. Looking for a home, Westcastle see the Spectrum turf project as an ideal location to lay down roots.