A turf at Spectrum will see a partnership with the Songhees 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.
In partnering with KidSport Greater Victoria, we hope to provide a home for programming that benefits ALL, including some of Victoria's most vulnerable families.
A turf at Spectrum would allow for low cost / cost recovery programming, which would particularly benefit local kids and youth from families in financial need.
Canada’s Para Soccer National Team competes in annual international competitions, most notably the IFCPF World Cup. It is made up of soccer players
from all across Canada that fit the criteria of CP-ISRA regulations.
A turf at Spectrum will provide support to our Para Canada Men's Team.
This project won't only boost facilities for soccer, but for other sports and activities. Lacrosse, baseball, softball, rugby, football, field hockey and ultimate frisbee will all benefit from this project.
A turf development a Spectrum Community School benefits students all over Vancouver Island. Especially so for the three school districts in the lower Vancouver Island area and it's surrounding private schools.
Given the high number of game and practice field cancellations during the fall, winter and spring months, a turf development at Spectrum boosts all-weather facilities and opportunities for soccer players at all ages and levels on Vancouver Island.