Six-a-side soccer

Six-a-side soccer is coming up fast and with registration already open, the popular summer drop-in league is sure to fill up quickly.

Six-a-side soccer is coming up fast and with registration already open, the popular summer drop-in league is sure to fill up quickly.

Running from July 2 to August 20, six-aside is open to anyone 16 years old and up.

One of the largest adult programs running in the Parksville Qualicum Beach area, six-aside soccer has been fully booked for the last 10 years and is once again going to be a great time for all involved.

“It’s nice to see the turnout each year,” organizer Rod Morrison said. “We’re always getting tons of players, of all ages, coming out for six-aside.”

“You get to have people of all ages and skill levels enjoying the game of soccer with others that love it just as much and it’s just a fun time for everyone involved.”

Anyone looking to sign up for six-a-side can do so on-line at rdn.bc.ca through the Spring/Summer 2015 Active Living Guide.

You can also register at Oceanside Place or Ravensong Aquatic Centre, all before June 24. The substitution list will open for registration on June 25.

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