Chilliwack FC hosts MWSL and FVSL adult league tryouts

Chilliwack’s teams will begin training in August with seasons starting in early September.

Chilliwack FC will be holding try outs for it’s Metro Women’s Soccer League and Fraser Valley Senior League teams over the next two weeks.

The women’s tryout is Monday (June 12), from 8 to 9:30 a.m. at Exhibition Stadium. Players will be evaluated by the head coach of the MWSL Select A team (Glenn Wilson), the head coach of the division-one team (Richard Tagle) and the head coach of the division-two team (TBA).

The men’s tryout is June 22 from 8 to 9:30 p.m. at Exhibition Stadium.

Players will be evaluated by FVSL Premier team head coach Graeme Slee and the head coach of the division-three team (TBA).

Players must pre-register for the tryouts online at

Email for more info.

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