My name is Kelly-Anne Soutter (Director General), some of you may not know this; but since my early childhood; playing soccer for Lakeshore (formerly known as BASA) was not only a big part of my life, but was something I lived for.
In the early 2000’s I was honored to be asked if I would accept the position as the first Club Manager for the Club. I immediately accepted the offer and have spent every day since then striving to ameliorate an already great Club.
It has been an incredibly fulfilling journey; working alongside so many passionate people. The Club has worked tirelessly at developing/managing a variety of programs to offer our 4000 members; from Micro and Recreational, to Competitive and Elite. And in 2017, the Club will proudly offer for the 10th year; the Super Sonics program; a soccer program designed for children with intellectual deficiencies.
As the Club’s Director General, I’d like to extend my genuine thanks to the hundreds of volunteers who give so generously of their time to make Lakeshore Soccer the success it is.
Thank you for being a part of OUR HISTORY!


Jeanette Boucher (Competitive Boys) has been a member of Lakeshore Soccer since 2002 - beginning with Team Manager for both of her sons teams - a role she continues - and loves! She has been a part of Lakeshore Soccer Club's admin team since January 2012 as coordinator - Competitive Boys - along with a host of other administrative duties.

Trish Mac Lean (Competitive Girls) has been involved with Lakeshore soccer since 1993 first with houseleague and later with both houseleague and the intercity program. Her husband Alex has been coaching with Lakeshore for over 23 years and her daughter still plays competitive soccer at the Metro level so when Lakeshore Soccer was looking for help in the office 10 years ago she stepped in to fill the role first as receptionist and later as competitive coordinator for the girls intercity program along with a host of other duties.


Diane Rennie (Administrative Assistant) Diane is the mother of 4 grown children and grandmother to 4 grandsons, thus no stranger to sports-life and community physical activities. Diane has been a part of Lakeshore Soccer on and off over the last six years and full time helping in the office for the last two + years. Diane has always worked in the public service domain, and as such; when coupled with the variety of tasks she also takes care of for the club – she is considered to be a valuable asset to the smooth running of all things administrative and customer service for Lakeshore.


Friedrich Dehem-Lemelin (Director of Officiating) has been refereeing with Lakeshore Soccer Club since 2012 and is now in charge of referee development. In 2013, Friedrich began refereeing in the ARS Lac Saint-Louis youth leagues. The following year, he was promoted to the FSQ's provincial list and was integrated into the FSQ's programme excellence provinciale in 2016. Since then, Friedrich has officiated in numerous high level tournaments as well as senior AAA and PLSQ reserve games.


Technical Staff

John Limniatis (Technical Director) who is in charge of player and coaching development has been involved is soccer for nearly 40 years thus one of the most experienced soccer people in Canada. First as a youth amateur player, then a 14 year professional career in Canada, Europe and the US. Most notably with the Montreal Impact. He also played for the Canadian National Youth teams as well as participating in the 1990, 1994 and 1998 World Cup Qualifiers with the senior team. A member of both the Quebec and Canadian Soccer Hall of Fame. In 2012, John was also inducted in the Quebec Sports Hall of Fame (Pantheon des sports du Quebec) as the first ever and only soccer athlete so far. One of a few 'A' license certified coaches in our country. He has previously held the Technical Director position with other clubs and as Entraîneur Cadre of the Lac-St-Louie Region. John has coached youth teams (LSEQ), Quebec Provincial teams, Canada Games team and at the National Training Center. He has also coached in the professional level as the head coach of the Montreal Impact. A course director and an evaluator for the DEP, 'B' Provincial and National coaching licenses with the FSQ and CSA.
  Tony Zacchia (Technical Coordinator) has been involved with LSL soccer for 20 years as player and coach. At the age of 17, he took his first coaching opportunity and since then, coached women’s and men’s A, AA, and AAA teams. He’s gained experience by coaching all levels starting from micro, to U-8, to senior teams. He’s currently an assistant on the John Abbott College women’s team. As a young coach, he brings a high level of enthusiasm and passion for the sport and is always looking for the best opportunities to further knowledge and growth of the sport.