Spring soccer signup time

Chilliwack FC's popular spring soccer program is back in 2013, with registration open from now until the end of February.

Chilliwack FC has opened registration for the 2013 spring season.

Register online, paying with Visa or Mastercard, at chilliwackfc.com

Do it over the phone by calling 604-792-0090 or pay in person (with cash, debit or credit) at the CFC office at 45130 Wolfe Road.

Get CFC office hours at the CFC website.

Registration is open until the end of February, with the league running from early April to the end of June.

Spring soccer is available to boys and girls born between 1997 and 2008.

The league is less structured and competitive than CFC’s fall soccer offering, giving youths the chance to play purely for the fun of it.

The program is meant to develop a love for the game,  emphasizing fun and team play rather than skills and drills.

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