British Columbia Football Association Annual General Meetings
B.C. Soccer Commission
On January 12, 1927, the DCFA appointed a "Commission" to run soccer in B.C. as the result of a dispute between the Lower Mainland Football Association and the Pacific Coast Association Football League. The resulting appointed provincial soccer body was called the British Columbia Football Association Commission. However, this didn't work out, and the British Columbia Football Association regained control until September of 1933, when a second commission was appointed.
1927 Jan. 12 Bob Samson, Bill Ellis, Dave Leith. Stan Smith (Secretary)Disbanded September 1927 ............................................ 1933 Mar. 21 Charlie Jones, Dave Leith, John Russell. John Richardson (Secretary)
1934 Charlie Jones, John Russell, John Richardson
1935 Charlie Jones, John Russell, Albert Whittaker, John Richardson (Secretary).
1936 Charlie Jones, John Russell, John Richardson
1937 Charlie Jones, John Russell, John Richardson
1938 Charlie Jones, John Russell, John Richardson
The BCFAC continued as an "appointed" association until May 8, 1970, when the provincial association again became an elected body. On May 17, 1971, the British Columbia Football Association name was changed to the British Columbia Soccer Association under the "Societies Act."