Soccer Quest tryouts coming up in Nelson

With the success of the past year’s 2010/11 Girls Regional Soccer Program — and several girls being approached by various colleges from Canada and the U.S. — our tryout dates for the upcoming year have been selected for July 20 and 21 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at Lakeside fields in Nelson.

With the success of the past year’s 2010/11 Girls Regional Soccer Program — and  several girls being approached by various colleges from Canada and the U.S. — our tryout dates for the upcoming year have been selected for July 20 and 21 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at Lakeside fields in Nelson.

If the weather does not co-operate, the tryouts will be moved into the Soccer Quest Indoor Facility in Nelson.

Cost for tryouts are $100 per player and players must register prior to July 18 at the Soccer Quest office either in person or by phone 250-352-4625. Online registration is also available at www.soccerquest.ca.  For players who make the squad, the $100 tryout fee will be deducted from the annual program fees.

All program information including training and tournament information can be obtained at www.soccerquest.ca.

The program is for players between the ages of 14 to 18 based on 2010 date of birth.

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Soccer Quest

 

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