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New Burnaby FC website includes open registration for select tiers

Organization recently revealed its inaugural jerseys.
Burnaby Football Club (Burnaby FC) has unveiled its new logo.

Burnaby FC is one step closer to taking the pitch across multiple divisions of B.C. soccer for the very first time.

The organization has launched its new up-to-date website, and it includes open player registration forms for the 2023-24 fall and winter seasons.

This includes interested athletes for U5 to U18 (excluding BCSPL) squads, as well as adults. 

Burnaby FC management is encouraging all current Cliff Avenue United FC, Burnaby Girls CS and Wesburn FC members, as well as new players, to register for the black and gold. 

Those that played Division 2 and Division 3 U11 to U17 in 2022-23 are also able to register now. 

Division 1 players born in 2006, 2007 and 2008 can also register. 

Those that are waiting for placement to a Division 1 (U11 to U15) or Metro (U16 to U18) team will be receiving emails in early April on which team they should register for. 

Burnaby FC also recently revealed its inaugural jerseys.

The BCSPL/metro and division one jerseys for U16 to U18 feature a black home kit with the club logo over the heart and gold Adidas striping on the shoulder.

The same design on a body of white is set to be used for away matches. 

The house/divisional and adult away jerseys are the same colours on both kits, but without Adidas' three-stripe signature on the shoulders. 

The club has described its circle-shaped logo as a symbol of the unity that embodies the community of Burnaby, while the "B" is a direct reference to the city.

The eagle is a nod to the City of Burnaby's flag, while its wings represent each of the five clubs that merged together.

That includes Mountain United FC, Cliff Avenue United FC, Wesburn Football Club, Burnaby Girls Soccer and Burnaby District Metro Teams.

"Selecting a logo which best reflects what we wanted to express as a club was something we took very seriously and we took the time and made the effort needed to get it right," executive director Morgan Quarry said in an earlier statement. 

"Thanks to collaboration among the original clubs, we feel we have landed on a logo which our Members and the Burnaby soccer community can get behind and wear with a sense of pride."

For more information on Burnaby FC, you can visit the organization's website.