Roster announcements for the 2018/19 season 2005 Boys (u14) Emmet Canterbury Dallas Nelson Mathew Dooling ...
VIPL Riptide fees – What they provide The Riptide is a not-for-profit program organized and operated by the Upper Island Soccer Association, and supported by a Steering Committee and Member Clubs (CRYSA, CVUSC, PHYSA and PRYSA ). The Riptide provides a positive character-building sporting experience through a high caliber soccer program. As a member of […]
Three Marine Harvest Riptide teams have clinched first place in their respective league play: U18 boys, U18 girls and U16 girls. There are also a couple of teams with 1-2 games remaining in league play that also have their eyes set on ending league play at the top of the table: U15 girls and U14 […]
NOTICE: April 8 2018: 2018 Riptide Spring Soccer Academy Field Location – Mark Isfeld Secondary School Tuesdays and Thursdays: 5:00 – 6:30 pm 2005, 2006, 2007 boys and girls 2004 girls Tuesdays and Thursdays: 7:00 – 8:30 pm 2002 girls 2003 boys and girls 2004 boys Saturdays: 9:30 – 11:30 all ages March 26th: […]
We are pleased to welcome Erin McNulty and Stuart Neely on Saturday, October 14th, 2017 who will be presenting to the Riptide Players and Parents on the Scholarship Planning Process. Erin is a former Canadian Women’s National Team Player who grew up in Winnipeg, Manitoba and earned her Bachelor’s Degree and Master’s Degree on Full […]
The Marine Harvest Riptide are seeking a volunteer to serve as an Equipment Manager. We have a total of eight teams ages U14-U18 both male and female and require a limited amount of time from a reliable and responsible individual to assist with the equipment. Tasks would include taking an inventory of the current equipment […]
The Marine Harvest Riptide are seeking the services of an individual to coordinate the weekly video taping of games. The chosen person will need to be available on Saturdays & Sundays between 11:00 am and 5:00 pm. Traditionally, we have the potential for two home games to be played each day on the weekend at […]
We are hosting an information meeting for all players born 1997-2001 males who are interested in playing for the Riptide next fall. 1. We are currently exploring the idea of adding a U21 Team to compete in the VISL U21 Division in the fall. The team would be a combination of players from the North […]
We are please to announce the 2018-2019 Marine Harvest VIPL Riptide Coaching Applications are now being accepted here! If you are interested in being a part of the Riptide Program and helping coach the 2005 Boys or Girls Teams in the fall be sure to fill-in the application. The Marine Harvest Riptide pride themselves on […]
Who does it better? Corson or Caleb? Highlights of two Riptide Player’s showing off some skills. Vote in the comments section on YouTube by clicking here.
We are pleased to announce the VIPL Riptide Youtube Channel where you will find a selection of video highlights. Please take a moment to enjoy some of the video clips: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCyWlZfX2YcAOWJh0_bedxrg/feed
How you train is how you play. For the Marine Harvest Riptide U15 girls, that attitude earned them their first win with the start of a new A-Cup soccer season on Saturday. Nervous energy mixed with excitement resulted in a slow start for Riptide in their first game of the season while they found their […]
Riptide Upper Island Riptide would like to communicate directly to our players and families quarterly by newsletters and periodically by email with program information and highlights. By Canadian law users must show their acceptance to receive direct email by opting-in. You can do so by selecting the link below and completing the form hosted on our […]
Upper Island Riptide Soccer is proud to award scholarships every year to support students as they pursue post-secondary education. The Scholarships are presented at the Riptide Gala to players who exhibit our values over their Riptide career of hard work and dedication to the sport of soccer through team contribution, leadership, community involvement and educational efforts. […]