Bears registration open

North Langley football accepting registration for 2016 season

Registration is now open for all divisions for the upcoming North Langley Football Association season.

Rosters will be capped at 35 players for the flag, atom, peewee, junior bantam and bantam Bears teams with a wait list established for a second team once the initial roster is full. There is no cap for players at the midget level.

Practices will start at the beginning of June and run every Monday, Wednesday and Friday nights at McLeod Athletic Park. The regular season begins Labour Day weekend and — with playoffs — runs until the end of November.

For parents registering more than one child, they pay full price for the eldest, receive $50 off for the next child and $75 off for the third child.

Players are required to provide their own cleats, mouthguard, football girdle and black game socks.

To register, visit www.northlangleyfootball.com.

 

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