Chilliwack FC looking for logos

As Chilliwack FC looks ahead to next year's provincial girls soccer tourney, they're looking for artistic aid.

Chilliwack FC is holding a logo-design contest in the lead-up to next summer’s Youth Girls’ Provincial B Cup soccer tournament.

The tourney will be held in early July, with eight teams competing in each of the U-13 to U-18 age groups.

Every player will receive a t-shirt with the tournament logo.

Chilliwack FC wants that logo to be designed by a local player.

The rules of the contest are simple.

Logos must contain the following words: Girls Provincial B Cup, Provincial Championships, 2014 and Chilliwack BC.

It must also include the BC Soccer Logo, which is in this article and can be downloaded from All designs must be submitted by Jan. 7.

Designs can be mailed to the CFC office at Box 3, Chilliwack, BC, V2P 7H3.

They can also be emailed to

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