Provincial Champions will be crowned this Sunday at Langley's McLeod Athletic Park when the BCCFA holds their 46th annual 12-man provincial championships.
Tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for seniors and students. Kids under 12 are free. Tickets are available at the gate and are CASH ONLY.
All four championship games can be seen live online at SportsCanada.TV.
Pee Wee Final: North Delta Longhorns vs Mission 9ers – 9:30 am
The Longhorns look to cap off a perfect season this Sunday in the provincial final when they battle the 9ers.
The Longhorns not only posted a perfect 10-0 record during the regular season along with the VMFL title, but they've made a habit of routinely blowing out their opponents.
The 9ers, meanwhile, are also perfect this season having dominated their opponents all season long in the Valley Community Football League going 8-0 during the regular season en route to winning the VCFL championship.
One of these teams will suffer their first loss of the season and the worst time. Which will it be?
Junior Bantam Final: South Delta Rams vs Abbotsford Falcons – 11:30 am
The Junior Bantam championship game will also feature two teams that have yet to lose a game this season.
The Rams were a perfect 9-0 in regular season play before capturing the VMFL title and then knocking off the Victoria Renegades to set earn a berth in the provincial final.
The Falcons went 10-0 during their regular season, captured the VCFL league championship before defeating the Kelowna-Mission Lions in the provincial semi-final to earn a spot in Sunday's provincial tilt.
Bantam Final: Langley Mustangs vs North Delta Longhorns – 2 pm
The provincial bantam final also happens to the VMFL title game and, appropriately, this game will feature the two top teams in the division going head-to-head.
The Mustangs were undefeated during the regular season posting a 10-0 record while the Longhorns were near-perfect in their campaign going 9-1.
North Delta’s lone loss came in their season finale to, no surprise, the Mustangs who earned a 38-15 road victory to close out their campaign. The Longhorns will be seeking some revenge and there's no better time than in the championship final to do so.
Midget Final: Nanaimo Redmen vs North Surrey Bears – 4:30 pm
Upsets seem to happen each year in the Midget Division and 2013 is certainly not prone to that.
This year's championship final will feature two teams in the Redmen and Bears who finished the regular season in third and fourth place, respectively. Both teams finished 7-2-1 and were considered underdogs heading into the semi-final.
The Redmen, however, stunned the 9-1 Cowichan Bulldogs while the Bears did the same to the 9-1 Langley Stampeders setting the stage for this Sunday's finale.
And if you're looking for a past result to give you an idea on who might have the upper hand in the championship game then you better think again. These two teams played to a 14-14 tie in their lone regular season meeting back on October 20.