NSMF will be available at Bear Creek Park for registration Tuesday and Thursday evenings from 6:00 pm to 7:30 pm and Saturday mornings from 10:00 am to noon starting this Tuesday, June 12th.
Saturday, May 26th, 2018
10:00 AM – 2:00 PM
Terry Fox Field at Simon Fraser University
Special Guests: New Orleans Saints
Saturday, June 30th, 2018
9:00 AM – 12:00 PM
McLeod Athletic Park (58 Ave. & 214 St.)
Special Guests: Defensive end Christian Covington, linebackers Brennan Scarlett and Whitney Mercilus from the Houston Texans, tackle Jake Matthews of the Atlanta Falcons, and center Mike Matthews of the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Get Moving, Canada! NFL PLAY 60 Flies North for Year Three
The NFL PLAY 60 Rising Star Combine is returning north of the border to encourage more Canadian youth to get active!
This meeting hosted by the VMFL has been cancelled for now.
NSMF will set up an information session for any of our NSMF Atom aged parents later this month. Continue reading
Due to unforseen circumstances, the VMFL will not be able to hold Starbowl this year.
Starbowl is an event that features the best players of the Valley Community Football League (VCFL) and the Vancouver Mainland Football League (VMFL) in both the Midget, Bantam and JB divisions.
The 2018 spring flag registration is now open for players who have been asked to play by a coach. If you haven’t been asked, join the Player Pool List.
For those interested in playing, let a coach know you’re available by putting your name into the player pool. Coaches that are still looking for players can draw from the pool to fill their roster. Click here to go to the player pool page.
Anyone wanting to coach a spring flag team at NS must reach out to Adam Jenkins, our new Spring Flag Coordinator at email@example.com.
The NSMF Clubhouse sustained major damage in the early hours of Nov 19th due to suspected arson. Luckily, insurance is covering the majority of the expenses and repairs. However, their have been and will continue to be out of pocket expenses, not to mention the frustration of being displaced from the clubhouse for our day to day business.
In all of this however, there has been a shining light in the amazing support our NSMF Families and Football Community have shown us. On behalf of North Surrey Minor Football, I would like to express thanks to
- Our North Surrey Minor Footbal Families
- Shar Jaggard
- Zeenath Faiyaz
- Suki Sidhu
- All the Go Fund Me donators
- Nathan Horkoff & friends – donation
- CFL./NFL Canada – donation
- Guests of our one20 Pub Fundraiser ~ $3000 raised
- Derek Henneberry – insurance needs
- The VMFL
- The North Delta Longhorns
- Coquitlam Minor Football
- Cloverdale Minor Football
- White Rock Minor Football
- Scott Styles
- BC Lions
- Deepak Sharma
We are hoping that repairs will begin soon and we can be back in the Clubhouse in the Spring. In the mean time, watch our website for updates and Registration information for the 2018 Spring and Fall Seasons.
PLAYOFF Information for Dec. 3rd
BCCFA 12 Man Provincial Championship
Chilliwack 40 – NS Tigers 7
North Langley 13 – NS Bears 7
As you have probably found out by now if you’ve been to Bear Creek Park recently, there was a fire at North Surrey’s Clubhouse in the early hours on Sunday, Nov. 19th. This fire was the second fire in 6 weeks and caused a considerable amount of damage.
While insurance will cover most of the repairs, there are many extra expenses that come with being relocated temporarily (packing, moving, storage, rentals etc.). We are looking to cover these cost with your help to avoid using our football funds normally reserved for gear, uniforms etc.
Our NS Flag Tigers journeyed to Ottawa this past weekend to compete in the CFL/NFL Flag Nationals. They played great all day and went 3-1 in round robin play, losing only their last game to the undefeated Montreal representatives. That performance placed them in 4th going into the finals round.
VIDEO: North Surrey Tigers feed tent city in Whalley
The boys football team spent the evening feeding over 250 people
TREVOR BEGGS, Nov. 12, 2017 11:05 a.m.
Sometimes it’s easy for us to take our basic comforts for granted. Most of us are lucky enough to have food, shelter, and warmth during the winter months.
However, the North Surrey Tigers football team gets a first-hand look at what it’s like to lack those basic amenities.