Vancouver Trojans
Trojan's Spring Camp
April 13th, 2024  11:00 am – 2:00 pm  Renfrew Community Park

Join us for an exciting opportunity to enhance your skills as an athlete this spring, whether you're a receiver, defensive back, or quarterback. Our camp features top-notch coaching tailored to your position, leading qb by Jay Pepchuk Emmanuel Arceneaux for the receivers, Jordan Liberman for defense. With over three decades of experience each, Jay and Jordan bring a wealth of expertise, while Manny boasts over a decade of playing experience in the CFL, NFL, and arena football. Hosted by the Vancouver Trojans organization, this camp offers a unique chance to elevate your game.

Jay Prepchuk has been a prominent figure in the football community in British Columbia, coaching numerous talented athletes throughout his three decades of coaching experience. Jordan Libberman brings an impressive 34 years of experience coaching defensive backs. Those two coaches have coached from the little tykes all the way through to the pros!, We are so glad to have the one and only, Emmanuel Arceneaux, with 13 years of professional play in both the CFL and NFL, adds invaluable expertise at the receiver position. We are immensely proud to provide our community with this exceptional opportunity. This camp will help elevate you or your athlete weeks prior to the spring flag football season.

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  Your president Abdrew Brougham

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Manny Arceneaux holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Psychology from Alcorn State University in Lorman, MS.

Following graduation, Manny joined the Canadian Football League as a member of the British Columbia Lions.

In 2011, after two outstanding seasons as a rookie standout in the CFL, he returned to the states and signed with the NFL as a member of the Minnesota Vikings.

Manny Arceneaux

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Jay Prepchuk played at UBC 1991-1994. He is a NCCP Level III Certified Defensive Coordinator and has been coaching for 34 years, as Defensive Back Coach at University of Alberta (2023 to present), Defensive Back Coach at SFU (2007 to 2009 and 2018) , Defensive Back Coach at UBC (2015-2016),  Defensive Coordinator and Defensive Backs Coach Team BC (2013 to 2016 and 2019 to 2023) and the Defensive Coordinator and Defensive Back Coach at Notre Dame HS (2019 to 2023)

Jay Prepchuk

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Jordon Liberman former UBC Head Football Coach and standout quarterback for Simon Fraser University, boasts a decorated career including AA Provincial Championships and accolades such as the Orange Helmet Scholastic Coach of the Year award. With extensive experience coaching elite teams and as an academic counselor, Jordon offers invaluable guidance to student athletes, helping them navigate the path to success in football and academics, including securing athletic scholarships.

Jordon Liberman

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We are thrilled to announce the inaugural Inter-mural Flag Football League hosted by the Vancouver Trojans football organization.

Our league activities will be exclusively held within the Vancouver proper area. In preparation, we will conduct skills camps in local schools on the Vancouver east side throughout February and March.

The official league kickoff is scheduled for April 2nd. Initial practices will be held during the first month, followed by the commencement of the intramural league in May and June. The season will extend over three months.

For any inquiries, please don't hesitate to reach out to us via the contact information provided on our website.

Letter from your president

For over 75 years, the Vancouver Trojans have been an integral part of our community, dedicated to the sport Introducing the 2023 Vancouver Trojans!of football. As the landscape of football evolves, we too are embracing change, particularly with the recent inclusion of flag football in the Olympic games—an exciting development that has inspired us all.

Several years ago, I made the decision to transition our club from tackle to flag football, anticipating the growth and opportunities this sport would offer. However, this transition has not been without its challenges, particularly in coordinating with neighboring clubs and other football organizations. To address these challenges and better serve our community, I have spearheaded a new executive team and devised a comprehensive plan focused on providing quality flag football experiences for athletes in the Vancouver area.

I am thrilled to announce the launch of the first-ever Vancouver-only Flag Football League. This league will provide local athletes with the opportunity to compete and excel in flag football, with the chance to advance to the provincial flag football championships held in early July. Our dedicated executive team and volunteers will oversee the operation of two formats: 5-on-5 flag football for younger players in grades three through seven, and 7-on-7 for older players.

As we embark on this new chapter, I extend my heartfelt gratitude to the elders who have nurtured the tradition of football in Vancouver over the years. I also want to express my appreciation to the parents and community members whose unwavering support has kept the spirit of community football alive.

With enthusiasm and determination, let us usher in a new era of flag football excellence. Go Trojans!

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Our experienced coaches teach skills, instill positive values, and foster a love for the game, while prioritizing player safety and well-being. They not only teach the necessary skills and tactics, but they also instill positive values and attitudes.

Our coaches help players build confidence and self-esteem, keeping them interested and motivated, while encouraging them to take responsibility for their own development. This ensures that playerss are physically and emotionally healthy both on and off the field.

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Registering your children for football training promotes physical health by developing strength, endurance, and agility. It also teaches social interaction, communication, leadership, and teamwork. Additionally, football training teaches important life skills like discipline, perseverance, and sportsmanship. By participating in regular training sessions, your child will develop skills that can be used both on and off the field.

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