Allah'u'abha, everyone! We are delighted to start BIFA. We started in Ottawa, Canada in the Summer of 2006. Currently, we only have two Clubs in the Association, but we are thinking of spreading BIFA all through CANADA and bringing it farther around the world. The two Clubs are the Ottawa Nine Stars F.C. and the Twin Arrows F.C. (British Columbia) A few other cities are also trying to start their own Clubs. If you would like to start a Club in your area or already have a team and want to join our Association, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Make Sure you contact us before June.
Wednesday, January 23, 2008
Sunday, January 6, 2008
This year Ottawa had there first Fire and Snow Junior Youth Camp. It was so much fun 2 of the Ottawa Nine Stars Players went, the 2 were Kion and Aaron. The 2 taught deferent people in the community who Baha'u'llah was and his life. Here is a clip of them dancing and druming at the camp.
Wednesday, January 2, 2008
Devotional soccer is a great way to invite your friends to a devotional, supper, and play soccer at the same time. We are currently underway in starting this program with the junior youth classes of Ottawa. Each Class will have a team of 6 players. On the field during a game there will be 2 forwards and 1 goalie from each team. If you are interrested in starting a program in your region, please contact us at email@example.com.
Tuesday, January 1, 2008
Two years ago the Baha'i community of Ottawa, Canada decided to start an International Baha'i soccer league to boost up the youth and junior youth activities in the world.Come join us to make this dream possible.BIFA President.Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
It's not often the players on opposite sides of a soccer team huddle together for prayers before a game. But neither is it common for outsiders to play in a soccer league that is otherwise composed entirely of Native Canadians. The Twin Arrows soccer team, made up of young Baha'is from the cities of Victoria, Nanaimo, and Vancouver in British Columbia on Canada's West Coast recently wrapped up its fifth season playing in a regional soccer league here, which is otherwise made up entirely of First Nations peoples -- one of the indigenous communities here.The Baha'is were invited to join the league in 2002 and since then have managed to fit in well into a league that is as much about community fellowship as it is about high-energy soccer. ( BWNS)