Tryout time for Pacific Coast Soccer League squads

Chilliwack FC will look to stock the rosters of its PCSL men's and women's reserve teams during early-April tryouts.

Chilliwack FC will hold tryouts for its 2014 Pacific Coast Soccer League squads April 5 at Townsend Park.

CFC fields men’s and women’s teams in the very competitive PCSL circuit.

The women’s tryouts run from 3 to 4:30 p.m. with the men following from 4:30 to 6 p.m.

The minimum age is 16.

Chilliwack’s men went 6-3-5 in 14 games last year, finishing third in the eight-team circuit.

CFC products Connor McMillan and Jason Staiger were standouts, finishing fourth and seventh respectively in league goal scoring.

Chilliwack’s women had a much tougher time, failing to win a game.

They went 0-12-4, placing last in the nine-team league.

For more info, contact CFC technical director Glenn Wilson by email at cfcheadcoach@gmail.com

Get general CFC info at chilliwackfc.com

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