All of the youngsters

Soccer Glory for Aldergrove Youth Teams

Aldergrove's Boston Pizza overflowing with young soccer players participating in Aldergrove Youth Soccer’s wind-up festivities

This past Saturday saw Aldergrove’s Boston Pizza overflowing with young soccer players participating in Aldergrove Youth Soccer’s wind-up festivities.

All of the youngsters, from U5 to U10, were treated to pizza and received a commemorative trophy and medal for their efforts on the soccer pitch.

The second half of the season proved a bit challenging with the winter weather often cancelling games, although the very youngest played in local school gyms.

The winter season runs from September to March.

There is a spring season that starts in April and goes to mid-June every Monday evening.

More information and registration can be found at www.aldergrovesoccer.com

ART BANDENIEKS PHOTOS

U9/10 girls waiting for their turn during a sunny Saturday on the Aldergrove soccer pitch.

U9/10 soccer action Aldergrove vs Langley FC.

Aldergrove Youth Soccer U13 girls ended their season undefeated in their division this year.

Aldergrove Youth Soccer U16 boys won their last game of the season against Chilliwack on Saturday to claim first place in their division.

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