Youth soccer registration open in Agassiz

Soccer programs available for children as young as 18 months

  • Mar. 20, 2013 11:00 a.m.

Soccer season is almost here, and registration is now open for programs.

Agassiz Youth Soccer is slated to begin on Apr. 13, depending on weather. It’s open to children ages 5 to 17. Registration is $40 for first two children in a family, with free registration for others in the family.

Registration is through the Fitness Activity, and is $40 for the season, which runs Saturdays until June 22. For more information or to volunteer, phone Shaun Delcourt at 604-796-0430.

For those too young for that league, the District of Kent is partnering with Little Kickers Fraser Valley to offer two programs. Junior Kickers is open to children ages 18 months to three years old, and Mighty Kickers is open to children ages three to six.

They run from May 4 to June 22 on Saturdays. Because it’s an eight week program, Little Kickers is eligible for the Children’s Tax Credit. Cost is $72. For more information, phone 604-796-8891.

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