The KLM TEAM UP PROGRAM is an initiative created by KLM to assist families who are new to Canada. The program supports families by providing assistance to those who experience difficulties in obtaining funding for their child to participate due to lack of information and documentation required by governing bodies. KLM Team Up will utilize the donations to conduct outreach to new players and guide the families through the process of registering for a KLM team or program. In cases where families are not able to qualify for traditional financial assistance programs such as Kidsport and Jumpstart, KLM will provide a “no questions asked” funding process to cover the cost of KLM registration and all external fees (VYSA & BC Soccer) associated with registering a child for BC Soccer sanctioned programs or leagues.

This initiative allows members to donate any amount from $10-$1000.

Thank you for your support.  #KLMTEAMUP


KLM FC is a youth soccer club operating under the umbrella of the Vancouver Youth Soccer Association (VYSA), which oversees youth soccer in the city of Vancouver. KLM offers soccer programs for girls and boys from 4-17 and operates in the central Vancouver area. KLM is a non-profit society, organized, administrated and operated mainly by volunteers. The club strives to keep fees reasonable and include all, irrespective of ability to pay.
KLM History
KLM Football Club has been in existence for over 30 years but youth soccer participation in this community goes back to the 1960’s with organizations like Riley Park Soccer, South Slope Soccer, Army and Navy Soccer Club and Bobolink Soccer Club.
Kensington Soccer Association was formed in 1967, Canada’s Centennial year with club color of yellow and black. Little Mountain was formed in 1980 with club colors of red and white. When the amalgamation of the two clubs took place in 1987, the club colors were a combination of these: black, red and white and the name reflected both parent organizations.