Category: AYSC News

AYSC Return to Train Summer Soccer Clinics Aug 4-7 & Aug 10-13

We’re excited to announce that AYSC is offering ‘Return to Train’ Summer soccer clinics August 4-7 and August 10-13, 2020! The program will focus on individual ball skills, fitness, and technical skills (non-competitive / non-contact play). Dates: August 4-7, 2020 & August 10-13, 2020 Times: one hour block(s) between 2:00 pm and 5:00 pm (exact […]

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Soccer City Announced as AYSC’s New Supply Partner

We’re pleased to announce that Soccer City, a Fraser Valley based company, is Aldergrove Youth Soccer Club’s new supply partner. This relationship will provide AYSC with better support for our seasonal kit and greater value to our Club. Over the last few months Soccer City has been preparing a new website, with a much wider […]

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AYSC Fall Soccer – July 24 Deadline for U11-U18 Registration

AYSC continues to prepare for a return to play in September. Registration for Aldergrove Youth Soccer Club’s Fall program is open at https://www.aldergrovesoccer.com/register/. Please note that for Divisional Soccer (U11-U18), the deadline to register is next Friday, July 24 – based on player registrations, AYSC will determine our team numbers and Divisional assignments shortly after […]

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Register for Fall Soccer – $50 Deposit

Registration for Aldergrove Youth Soccer Club’s Fall program is open at https://www.aldergrovesoccer.com/register/. We realize this may be an extremely difficult time financially for some families. To that end, we are holding Fall 2020 registration fees to 2019 rates, despite several cost increases to the Club (BC Soccer fees, District fees, equipment costs, Township of Langley […]

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AYSC Fall Registration & Return to Play

Preparing for Soccer’s “New Normal” AYSC continues to monitor updates from health authorities, Canada Soccer, viaSport (BC provincial sports umbrella organization), BC Soccer, and the BC Coastal Soccer League (BCCSL). We are doing everything possible to be ready for various scenarios as the province moves through its phased re-opening to whatever the “new normal” might […]

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