And the president of that organization sees no reason to change venues.
“We are hopefully looking to be there for at least another 10 years,” said Joe Gluska, the president of the B.C. Community Football Association.
Currently, they are on a year-to-year contract.
And the venue pretty much sells itself.
“Geographically, it is great for all our members,” he said, pointing out it is centrally located for all of the participating teams, who come from Vancouver Island, the Interior, Fraser Valley and the Lower Mainland.
“It is pretty much central for all our members.
“Plus the venue is outstanding,” he added, saying the upgraded concession is also an advantage.
Booking MAP for the championships brought in $1,800 for the weekend, said David Leavers, the Township’s director of recreation, culture and parks division.