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Wednesday, 07 August 2013 13:15

Swain Soccer teams looking for players; Haywood adult soccer league ramping up

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out soccerFall soccer season is approaching and Swain Youth Soccer Association is offering soccer for all skill types.

 

The organization has a recreation soccer league in Swain County from Sept. 12 through Oct. 29. Registration is open until Aug. 30; the league is open for players ages four to 12. This league is the less competitive option for kids.

For a more competitive league, the soccer club is signing up players for the travel team. Players ages 6 to 14 are welcome to sign up. The registration deadline is Aug. 16. The season runs through early November. Saturday games will be played in Asheville starting in September.

Players can register from 5 to 7 p.m. Aug. 15, 22, 27 and 29, at the Swain County Recreation Park building, or by mail. Financial aid is available to help with costs.

Call 828.488.7667 for information about the recreation league or 828.506.0977 for information about the travel team. Information is also available online or by email.

This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or www.swainsoccer.com.

 

Registration is now open for Haywood County’s adult fall soccer league.

Games will be played on Sunday evenings at Allens Creek Park from Sep. 8 through Oct. 20. The registration fee is $365 per team, which includes a jersey and prizes to be awarded at the end-of-the season tournament Oct. 27.

Games will be seven versus seven with each half lasting 25 minutes. Teams can have as many as 13 people and can be co-ed. Registration deadline is Aug. 23, but there is only room for the first 10 teams.

828.452.6789 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or www.haywoodnc.net.

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