Aldergrove's Peter Stappler and Gordie Clarke (at left) in over 40s men's summer soccer action versus Surrey Predators at Aldergrove Athletic Park.

Old Timers Summer Soccer Wraps Up

Aldergrove's Peter Stappler and Gordie Clarke in over 40s men's summer soccer action versus Surrey Predators at Aldergrove Athletic Park.

Aldergrove’s Peter Stappler and Gordie Clarke (at left) in over 40s men’s summer soccer action versus Surrey Predators at Aldergrove Athletic Park.

Their summer season wraps up this week with their final home game on August 3 versus Ararat FC and away on August 10 versus Peace Arch.

The B.C. Old Timers Soccer League’s main focus is “for fun and fitness” and does not keep track of points or standings, just plain old fun and sportsmanship.

The league has been around for more than 30 years, starting with just two teams which has grown to over 96 teams with more than 1,800 members, running both summer and winter seasons.

They have Over-40, Over-50, Over-55 and Over-60 divisions and invite new players to sign up at http://www.bcots.org/home.htm

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