To our valued members:

We are all aware of the current situation surrounding us all and its growing severity. Not just here in the Lower Mainland but, around the globe. As a community, a football family and as responsible human beings, we all need to do our part to make sure our loved ones and the most vulnerable people around us are safe and remain healthy. On Monday March 16th, the provincial government lowered the threshold of the number of people allowed in a group or gathering from 250 to 50. We had hoped to be able to push through and remain on course for the remainder of our spring season but unfortunately, that hope has come to an end.

At this time, we will be suspending our spring coed season until April 5th. Our newest hope is that following a two week pause, we’ll be able to continue to play the game we all love and finish this season strong and on time. Our plan is to eliminate one week of our 8-week regular season with a few small schedule adjustments. A new schedule has been drafted, is ready to go and we will be too, as soon as we’ve been given the green light.

We know that this is uncharted territory for us all and we know we’ll get through it. We sincerely wish it hadn’t come to this but, we believe this is in everyone’s best interest.

We appreciate your continued support and we wish you all to be safe and hope everyone remains healthy and out of harms way.

Greatest regards,

The admin team at SFFL

Derek Slavin / Filo Dunn / Katie Spoorenberg

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