WHO WE ARE
A legacy of the 1995 Western Canada Summer Games, PacificSport Fraser Valley is a not-for-profit regional sport hub created to lead athlete, coach, and community sport services in British Columbia’s Fraser Valley.
Our organization provides dedicated support to more than 150 registered athletes and coaches, in addition to hosting community sport programs and event for youth to adults. Through partnerships with recreation departments, school districts, health authorities and local sport organizations, PacificSport Fraser Valley delivers programming for the Canadian Sport for Life movement, improving the quality of sport and physical activity in Canada.
PacificSport Fraser Valley is funded by investments from the Province of BC, viaSport, and is a member of the viaSport Regional Alliance— a network of six PacificSport centres and five regional multi-sport leaders across the province.
Find a centre near you or learn more at viasport.ca/regional-alliance
PacificSport Fraser Valley offers a variety of programs and services to support sport initiatives at all stages of the Canadian Sport for Life (CS4L) continuum in our region.
|Sport Participation||Sport Performance||Education||Resources|
|Grassroots programs and events that support physical literacy, fundamental movement skills, and introduce youth and adults to the skills and opportunity to live an active, healthy lifestyle.||
High performance programs that provide athletes and coaches access to training facilities, innovative sport science techniques, equipment, and support services to further their overall athletic development.
|Opportunities for sport education at all levels of the CS4L pathway including interactive seminars, workshops and conferences for athletes, coaches and community members.||
Expertise, coaching, grants, and more to support your pathway through the Canadian Sport for Life Model in British Columbia.
Healthy communities inspired and enabled to participate, play and perform.
PacificSport Fraser Valley leads and facilitates education and opportunities for active living and sport at all levels, embracing the Canadian Sport for Life principles to build healthy communities.