7-aside co-ed soccer tourney set to go

Registration now underway for popular event, which goes June 7-8-9

It’s that time again to dust off the cleats, or reinforce them with some shoe goo, for the 14th annual CVUSC Adult 7-aside Co-Ed Soccer Tournament at Valley View Fields in Courtenay June 7, 8 and 9. Register in one or two of the four divisions: Women’s Open, Men’s Open, Co-Ed Competitive and Co-Ed Wreckreational.

The event is hosted by the CVUSC Revolution women’s team.

In honour of this year’s tourney we cheer on a couple of local “wreck” over 50s teams jetting off to the World Masters Games in Italy in August.

This year’s seven-aside tourney will again host a variety of special events such as a concession by local youth soccer, barbecue by local adult teams, free door prizes, 50/50, Beat the Keeper for the kids and adults, licensed clubhouse, and endless fun times on and off the pitch.

We will again be expecting local and out-of-town teams to register to make this the best turnout since 2000.

Register at www.cvusc.org or contact Jill Nelson at hi-focus@shaw.ca or 250 339-0276.


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