Invite extended to mature footballers

An invitation is extended to all older soccer players who still have skills and a reasonable level of fitness.

An invitation is extended to all older soccer players who still have skills and a reasonable level of fitness.

We are the Comox Valley Masters. We proudly sponsor three teams: over 35s, over 48s and for the first time over 60.

If you have been a soccer player and would like to get back into it, especially when you see the ages shown, you may want to contact one of the following people:

Scott Stanfield, over 35, 250-552-8193 or sstanfield64@gmail.com; Alan Fletcher, over 48, 250-703-3873 or alan@afcconstruction.com; Frank Wouterlood, over 60, (250) 337-1850 or ftball@telus.net.

We play in leagues with surrounding communities; we practise during the weeks we are not playing; we attend the odd tournament; we are competitive but have lots of fun.

If staying fit playing soccer is to your liking, take that step to find out what we are all about.

Scrimmages are held every Wednesday at 6:15/6:30 p.m. at Brooklyn Elementary, 1290 Guthrie Rd. in Comox.

We divide scrimmages into two games — an older and younger group — if enough players show up.

– Comox Valley Masters Soccer

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