Jag Gill Bio

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 Jag Gill Bio;

Early Years;

He played the majority of his youth soccer at the highest level for Surrey Pegasus Football Club. While playing there he was able to win his first Provincial championship at the age of 14. Throughout his youth he was also fortunate enough to play in the BC Summer Games and BC High School Championships. In both competitions he guided his team to runner-up finishes.


After graduating, Jag received a full scholarship to Douglas College. He had an incredible playing career while he was there toping it off with a National Championship, the first and only in the history of the College for Men’s Soccer. He was also able to lead them to 3 Provincial titles and was named Captain for 3 years. Some of his Individual awards included being recognized as a CCAA “All – Canadian” 3 times, CCAA Athlete of the Month, BCCAA Player of the Year.


In his quest to become a professional player it took him to India, where he signed his first contract. He played 2 years in India, where he learned to adapt and change his style of play. After an Injury stopped his progress, he decided to come back to Canada and work on becoming a coach and mentor to future soccer players.


Upon his return from India, He started playing for a Men’s amateur team, ICST Pegasus, of the Vancouver Metro Soccer League. Leading his team to the Provincial Finals, He scored the game winning goal that sent them to play for the National Challenge Trophy in Montreal, Quebec.


Jag first started coaching at the age of 16. He volunteered coaching youth camps mentoring and training kids of all different ages. He worked closely with all of his coaches games plans and a winning strategy. the leadership he showed on the field reflects back towards his coaching attitude and strives to progress the future success of soccer players in Canada.



  • Provincial title
  • Coastal cup title
  • BC Summer Games finalist
  • BC High School Provincial finalist


  • Douglas College Captain (3 years)
  • 3 provincial titles
  • National Championship title
  • 3 time All Canadian
  • 2 time National first team all star
  • 3 time league first team all star
  • BC Player of the Year award
  • Canadian Player of the Month award


  • BC Provincial title
  • VMSL league champions
  • National Challenge Trophy Finalist
  • Pacific Coast Soccer League Champions
  • Challenge Cup Title
  • Kennedy Cup Finalist


  • JCT – I-League (India)
  • Mohammedan Sporting Club – I League (India)