Co-ed 7-aside soccer returns

Registration goes April 3 and April 10 at CVUSC clubhouse




Spring has sprung, the grass is riz … no need to wonder where a fun soccer league is.

The annual Friday Night Adult Co-ed 7-aside Soccer League is gearing up for another season.

Registration goes April 3 and April 10 from 7 to 8 p.m. both nights at the Comox Valley United Soccer Club clubhouse on Lerwick Road in Courtenay (by Valley View school).

The season starts April 19 and runs to the end of June, with games played Friday nights. For more information, contact Mike or Tammy at 250-336-8011.


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