Three years on and still undefeated

Last updated : 12 February 2006 By The Chairman

Surrey Classics FC are one of the longest established football teams in the Lower Mainland and were originally formed as Semiahmoo FC in the 1964-65 season. A reasonably dedicated bunch who want to win every game, the team has progressed from open age to the Southern Section of the over 50's BC Oldtimers Soccer League.

The team are also undefeated founder members of the ill fated Premier League with several members of the current team originating from the original Semiahmoo FC team. Surrey Classics FC is affiliated with the Surrey Youth Soccer Association which is located at Newton Athletic Park in Surrey BC, Canada.

Records of achievement have been kept since the 1990-91 season and are recorded in the famous 'book' which is now at Volume Five. Match reports are a relatively new addition the first one being from January 13th. 2002.

On 27th. February 2005, the Classics clocked up their 50th. game without defeat, beating Premiership Arsenal's amazing run.

On the 5th. February 2006 the Classics went one better as the team beat the Stingers 4-1 and secured a three year unbeaten league run, a remarkable feat at any level of football. The Classics last tasted league defeat on 9th. February 2003 with a 2-5 drubbing at home to Italia.

If only Oldham could achieve such a run!!! The Surrey Classics are managed by a man named .......... wait for it .............. Moore!

Check them out at their website where all their results are available.