Aldergrove United men advance in Cup playoffs

Aldergrove United Premier men defeated Langley United, 4-0, April 22 at Willoughby Park Field in the run-up to the Male Open A championship.

Aldergrove United Premier men defeated Langley United, 4-0, April 22 at Willoughby Park Field in the run-up to the Male Open A championship.

Aldergrove next plays Pacific United in the semi-finals.

“This is one of the most exciting times for adult soccer in the province and there are going to be some very exciting matches leading up to the Adult Provincial Cup finals on May 14 and 15,” said Kjeld Brodsgaard, BC Soccer First Vice President.

BC Soccer’s Adult Provincial Championships will host more than 90 teams that will play down until seven final (four men’s and three women’s) matches are set.

The Women’s Finals will take place on May 15 at Westhills Stadium & Goudy Turf, Langford (Victoria), with the Men’s Finals taking place on Friday, May 14 also at Westhills Stadium & Goudy Turf, Langford.

 

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