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Free soccer camps in Langley over spring break

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The Langley United Youth Soccer Association is holding a free spring break soccer camp for boys and girls in the U7 to U13 age groups.

The camp will be held at the Willoughby turf west field from March13-15. Pre-registration is required.

The U7 to U10 age group will take the field from 9 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. and the U11 to U13 groups follow from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

There is also a free spring break camp for the U5 and U6 age groups. It will run from 9 to 10 a.m. March 20 to 22.

“Our technical experts have focused on providing girls and boys with important soccer-related skill development programs while also making sure they have fun learning the beautiful game,” said Langley United president Betty Boucas.

Activities for each session will be built around soccer specific skills and soccer-related activities, including four-on-four games, speed and agility training and more.

All are designed to help develop the complete player.

All of the coaches are certified LUYSA staff coaches.

To register, visit www.luysa.com.

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Online registration has also begun for the upcoming  Langley United Youth Soccer Association season.

Players of both genders between the ages of four (birth year 2008) and 17 (birth year 1995) and of all skill levels can register.

Parents interested in soccer for girls and boys age three (2009) should contact the club for more information. There are also spring programs (April to June) and summer (July and August) for all ages. Info and register online at www.luysa.com.

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