Learn More About Our Organization
As a member of both the BC and Canadian Soccer Associations, Pinnacles FC is an organization committed to promoting soccer and overall healthy activities to children and youth throughout the South Okanagan.
Pinnacles FC also known as SOYSA (South Okanagan Youth Soccer Association) has been training young athletes in the fundamentals of the game since 1954. Our programs are designed to match each player's unique abilities and level of play. Our goal is to develop strength, flexibility and coordination. To create an atmosphere where any player can achieve their highest level of accomplishments.
We believe that a great soccer player equals a great student, equaling into a great citizen.
Pinnacles FC has programs in: Summerland, Penticton, Oliver, Osoyoos and Keremeos.
Sponsorship and Advertising Opportunities with Pinnacles FC
Sponsorship and Advertising of Pinnacles FC’s community-based programs
provide a platform to promote a business or service to the heart of a large
consumer base throughout the South Okanagan.
As a non-profit organization, Pinnacles FC always puts the players first. We
constantly strive for development and ensure that every player of every level has a place to play. We take pride in including all members of the community into our programming.
There are many different levels of sponsorship that can meet any budget and will be sure to offer substantial benefit to you and your company.
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