Surrey FC’s arrival in BC Premier League brings high-performance soccer to Newton The 12-member BCSPL also includes Surrey United, based at Cloverdale Athletic Park TOM ZILLICH Oct. 1, 2020 10:12 a.m. Surrey FC will join the BC Soccer Premier League (BCSPL) starting in September 2021, bringing high-level games and training to the club’s home turf at Newton Athletic Park. The 37-year-old club is the lone B.C. recipient of five new National Youth Club licences announced by Canada Soccer on Wednesday (Sept. 30), paving the way for entry into the BCSPL. In the fall of 2021, Surrey FC will field two B.C. Premier League teams involving 2009-born boys and girls, at the U13 level. The club’s technical staff, board of directors and membership “have worked tirelessly to be able to host the highest youth level of play in the heart of Surrey-Newton,” according to a news release posted to the club’s website (surreyfc.com). “BCSPL provides (Surrey FC) with another step for athletes and coaches with high-performance play and training.” Club president Sim Sumra said the move will allow its players to be showcased in B.C.’s most competitive youth soccer league. “Surrey FC is committed to creating the infrastructure and culture necessary to provide the best healthy, fun, and safe environment for all players,” Sumra said. ... Click on link below to read the rest of the story: Surrey FC’s arrival in BC Premier League brings high-performance soccer to Newton - Surrey Now-Leader Surrey FC’s new logo, posted to facebook.com/SurreyFootballClub.