ANNUAL EVENTS

Events are free to public to view and cheer on our local athletes. Additional non-annual events are commonly hosted, such as BC Provincial and Regional Chanmpionship events as well as varsity high schools tournaments in mutliple sports.  "Like" our Facebook page to get updates on these types of events.

MARCH

POCO EURO-RITE FC MINI-JAMBOREE

Annually over 1,200 players from across the region compete; ages 5-12.  Event day includes carnival atmosphere across Gates Park with rides, games, food vendors, and more. 

DUCKS VOLLEYBALL TOURNAMENT

For ages U13-U15, hosted at Riverside Secondary.  Top clubs teams from across British Columbia

PCRM RINGETTE JAMBOREE

Multiple teams compete at the Port Coquitlam Rec. Complex.

APRIL

DUCKS VOLLEYBALL TOURNAMENT

For ages U16-U18, hosted at Riverside Secondary.  Top clubs teams from across British Columbia

MAY

SAINTS LACROSSE MAY-DAY TOURNAMENT

Box Lacrosse competition with top clubs from across the lower mainland.

POCO SPORT AWARDS & HALL OF FAME INDUCTIONS

Annual awards recognizing excellence in our community

JUNE

MINOR SOFTBALL HOSTS SPECIAL OLYMPICS PROVINCIALS

In partnership with BC Special O-Coqutilam, Minor Softball annually hosts over 200 Special Olympic Athletes at McLean Park

POCO MARLINS INVITATIONAL

Teams from across BC gather for this weekend event, ages 5-18 years in competition at Centennial Pool at Aggie Park

MINOR BASEBALL WALTER BIRD INVITATIONAL

Youth teams from across BC compete in multiple ages compete at Thompson Park

SAINTS LACROSSE POP STYLES

Hosted at Rec Complex in competition with other top lacrosse clubs in multiple age groups

UNITED RUGBY MIDNIGHT SEVENS

7-Aside tournament at Gates Park for both men's and women's teams with teams from across BC

JULY

POCO GRAND PRIX

Professional Bike Race with international riders as part of BC Super Week.  Race runs through downtown corridors alongside festivities for kids and adults

DECEMBER

PIRATES HOCKEY CHRISTMAS TOURNAMENT

Multiple teams from across lower mainland competing the PoCo Rec Complex

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