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  1. League 1 BC was at least acknowledged in BC Soccer's "Year In Review" document. "As part of the 2016 Strategic Plan, League 1 British Columbia was a concept designed to fill the development pathway space between BCSPL and the new Canadian Premier League. Often referred to as "Tier 3 Regional League", the League One brand was adopted to align with similar concepts across Canada, with the aim of one day connecting the leagues under on umbrella. In the 2019-2020 year, League 1 BC advanced from a conceptual phase, to an application phase process for an inaugural season schedule for May 2
  2. PCSL hasn't had American teams in years
  3. Don't think there is a stadium in West Van, also Whitecaps could put there U-23 team in this league
  4. No way you could have Highlanders, Foothills, Pacific reserves, and Cavalry reserves all in D2. It could work with an Alberta/BC D3 league, but not with Winnipeg and Thunder Bay
  5. Probably only have one of Highlanders or PFC reserves, but you would think they could get 3 more teams with ease
  6. https://www.ic.gc.ca/app/opic-cipo/trdmrks/srch/home
  7. https://www.whitecapsfc.com/youth/post/2017/08/10/whitecaps-london-awarded-opdl-license Whitecaps London awarded OPDL license
  8. Atiba, I heard at one point they had the rights to Simeon Jackson
  9. I hope they aren't planning to launch with a team in Langley. Labels the league as a bush league for people in the Lower Mainland from the start.
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