Chilliwack FC hosting summer soccer camp

Chilliwack FC will run a week of soccer instruction in late July for players in the U-5 through U-14 age groups.

Chilliwack FC is hosting a summer soccer camp for recreational house players.

The camp will run July 21-25 on the artificial turf pitch at Townsend Park, open to players born between the years 2000-2009.

The U-5 and U-6 groups (2008-09) will practice from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. daily at a cost of $60 per player.

The U-7 to U-9 groups (2005-07) will practice from 10 a.m. to noon daily at a cost of $80 per player.

The U-10 to U-14 groups (2000-04) will practice from 9 a.m. to noon daily at a cost of $100 per player.

The fee includes all training sessions and a Chilliwack FC summer camp t-shirt, and registration is open until July 11.

Registration can be done online using a Sportslogic account at It can be done in person at CFC’s Townsend Park office or over the phone by calling 604-792-0090.

Email for more details.

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