Learn More About Our Organization
As a member of both the BC and Canadian Soccer Associations, Pinnacles FC is an organization committed to promoting soccer and overall healthy activities to children and youth throughout the South Okanagan.
Pinnacles FC also known as SOYSA (South Okanagan Youth Soccer Association) has been training young athletes in the fundamentals of the game since 1954. Our programs are designed to match each player's unique abilities and level of play. Our goal is to develop strength, flexibility and coordination. To create an atmosphere where any player can achieve their highest level of accomplishments.
We believe that a great soccer player equals a great student, equaling into a great citizen.
Pinnacles FC has programs in: Summerland, Penticton, Oliver, Osoyoos and Keremeos.
Sponsorship and Advertising Opportunities with Pinnacles FC
Sponsorship and Advertising of Pinnacles FC’s community-based programs
provide a platform to promote a business or service to the heart of a large
consumer base throughout the South Okanagan.
As a non-profit organization, Pinnacles FC always puts the players first. We
constantly strive for development and ensure that every player of every level has
a place to play. We take pride in including all members of the community into our
There are many different levels of sponsorship that can meet any budget and will
be sure to offer substantial benefit to you and your company.
Reminder on steps to reduce risk and exposure COVID-19:
As a reminder, BC Soccer would like to share the BC Centre for Disease Control recommendations
For reducing the risk of exposure to novel coronavirus:
Wash your hands frequently (it is the single most effective way of reducing infection spread)
Practice other good hygiene habits: do not touch your face/eyes/mouth with your hands and cover your mouth and nose when you sneeze or cough.
Ideally use a disposable tissue or the crease of your elbow when sneezing or coughing
Clean and disinfect frequently touched work-space surfaces
Maintain good general health (eat a balance diet, get enough sleep, exercise in moderation)
Stay home if you are sick
Contact 8-1-1 (HealthLink BC) or your health care provider for questions about your personal health situation
Further information about novel coronavirus is available on the BC Centre for Disease Control Website.
BC Soccer releases Return to Play Phase 2 (government’s phase 3) documents which includes allowance for game play
Posted on August 24th, 2020 by BC Soccer BC Soccer’s Board of Directors approved the Via Sport and Canada Soccer endorsed plan which allows members and clubs to prepare for modified competition in both youth and adult soccer August 24, 2020 – Vancouver BC Although in some cases it won’t exactly resemble what we are accustomed to, “BC Soccer’s Return…
VANCOUVER, BC – Vancouver Whitecaps FC announced on Monday that the club has signed goalkeeper Isaac Boehmer from the Whitecaps FC Academy to an MLS Homegrown contract through 2020 with options to extend the contract for future seasons. “Isaac was with our first team in preseason and has worked hard to improve while developing in our…
We did it!! YOU did it! Thank you SO much to everyone that voted for us!! We are so proud to be nominated, and extremely proud to receive an award! We know this is due to our wonderful players, parents, staff and coaches and we are sending huge THANK YOU’s from the bottom of our…
BC Soccer releases Return to Play Phase 1 documents in preparation for a return of soccer Posted on June 3rd, 2020 by BC Soccer Association recommendations provide a controlled, phased-in approach. June 3, 2020 – Vancouver BC By the time our member organizations and affiliated clubs start returning to the field, it will have been almost exactly 3…
BC Soccer provides Return to Play update Posted on May 29th, 2020 by BC Soccer Canada Soccer approves BC’s Phase 1 recommendations and guidelines May 29, 2020 – Vancouver BC BC Soccer has informed its Full/Associate Members and Affiliated Soccer Clubs, that Canada Soccer has approved the province’s Return to Play Phase 1 recommendations and guidelines. The plan…
BC Soccer provides update on Return to Play Phase 1 plan, a change in approval process and impact on risk/insurance
BC Soccer provides update on Return to Play Phase 1 plan, a change in approval process and impact on risk/insurance Posted on May 13th, 2020 by BC Soccer Canada Soccer providing support, while suspension of sanctioned soccer activity will continue short-term pending reviews May 13th, 2020 – Vancouver BC As BC’s Health Authority began exploring the process of…
Posted on April 9th, 2020 by BC Soccer Increase in personal at-home training inspired a catalogue of simple, touch-based exercises. One of the positive outcomes of supporting our Health Authorities has been the well-publicized increase in at-home skills development across all ages on social media. Whether it’s solo work and juggling, or passing between siblings, and parent-player…
The health and safety of the community is of the utmost importance. By working together as a collective community and following the direction from the appropriate health authorities, including the Public Health Agency of Canada and BC’s Ministry of Health, we can all help.
UPDATE : An update from Pinnacles FC Hello parents, players and coaches of Pinnacles FC. We are sending an update as we are certain that there are lots of questions arising from BC Soccer’s mandate, and the City’s closure of fields. Although we don’t know yet what the full impact will be, at this time…
This is video by Sussex County FA explains what it feels like for kids to play on a full sized pitch by putting adults on a comparative sized field.