Comox Valley United Soccer Club hosts its third annual Summer Soccer Camp for kids, July 22-26. File photo

Summer Soccer Camp for kids

The Comox Valley United Soccer Club is hosting its third annual Summer Soccer Camp for kids, July 22-26 at the field at 19 Wing.

The camp will focus on player development, tactical skills, and skill-building challenges and games. It will include fun, non-soccer activities such as water games, relays and swimming.

There will be a session for U7-U15 boys and girls from 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. The cost is $260 per player. This session is already 60 per cent filled.

There will be a second session for U5 and U6 boys and girls from 10 a.m. to noon. The cost is $100 per player. This session is half filled to date.

Organizers are offering a 10 per cent rebate for one or more additional siblings.

Registration ends July 15.

Register at https://www.cvusc.org/academies-and-camps

FMI: robcaya@hotmail.com or soccercoach12@shaw.ca

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