Indoor soccer registration

The mixed indoor soccer season is ready for another year.

As summer wraps up and the weather becomes less than hospitable for outdoor sports, the indoor soccer season is ramping up.

The league offers three different registration choices: the first half of the season, which costs $65 and runs from Oct. 16 to Dec. 13; the second half of the season, which runs from Jan. 8 to March 7 and likewise costs $65; and the full season registration, which costs $120 and runs from Oct. 16 to March 7.

The play off season will extend beyond March 7, wrapping up on the 14 of the same month. The schedule is, however, susceptible to changes in case of cancelled and rescheduled games, which registries should keep in mind. Play will be six on six, including the goalie, with a mandatory two women on the field at all times.

This season the time and day of the games have changed, with games being held Tuesday and Thursday, starting at 8 p.m. and continuing through to 9:30 p.m.

Team placement will be decided at random, unlike the self organized teams of the summer.

Age is restricted to 19 and above, though some leeway is given to 18 year-olds who are too old to play with the youth league. Shin guards and socks are required.

Registration for the league has started and wraps up at the beginning of next month, Oct. 3. So any one who wants to play is encouraged to register as soon as possible.

All members can register at the Soccer Facility, 980 Anderson Drive. If there are any questions towards registration you can call the facility at 250-992-2223, or email Shaylene at shaylene.penner@gmail.com.

This year the league is offering a link to not only a family member or spouse, but to a friend.

The league is also looking for refs. Anyone interested in reffing is encouraged to contact Shaylene Penner at the above email address.

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