Entry-level soccer referee clinic in December

The BC Soccer entry-level referee clinic for ages 14 and up is returning to Courtenay. The course prepares officials to referee full-sided, age-appropriate games and also to run line.

 

 

 

The BC Soccer entry-level referee clinic for ages 14 and up is returning to Courtenay. The course prepares officials to referee full-sided, age-appropriate games and also to run line.

“I’m calling on both teens and adults, who love the game, whether or not you are still playing, to consider registering for this BC Soccer entry-level clinic,” said Comox Valley United Soccer Club head referee and B.C. instructor Stu Power.

“It would be terrific to see some of our adults with a passion for the game learning alongside some of our enthusiastic youth participants, what enjoyment can be gained from knowing the game on a whole new level. Please consider contributing to the game in this most vital of roles,” Power said.

The clinic dates are Dec. 1-3. It will be held at the CVUSC clubhouse on Lerwick (between Valley View and Isfeld schools).

The $125 fee includes first-yeara registration with BCSA and successful local youth participants will be refunded $50 by the  CVUSC on completion of a minimum number of match assignments.

For more information, contact Power at visranorth@shaw.ca or 250-339-6256.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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