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Youth Soccer (8-12)

Friday, September 9, 2016 @ 6:00 PM (EDT) - Friday, October 21, 2016 @ 6:45 PM (EDT)
Holton Recreation Center 303 N. Eureka Ave ColumbusOH  43204
Friday, September 9, 2016 @ 6:00 PM (EDT) - Friday, October 21, 2016 @ 6:45 PM (EDT)
Holton Recreation Center 303 N. Eureka Ave ColumbusOH  43204

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Are you interested in learning soccer?

Come out and try the Holton's Youth Soccer program. We will be entering into the Columbus Recreation Soccer League this season. Senior age group begins to teach participants about fitness aspects of Soccer, basic technique for dribbling, shooting, passing, and tactics of the game. All positions are introduced.

The cost of this program is $40 for early registration (August 1-August 28). Late registration $50 (Sept. 1-Sept. 12th), which will provide your child with a jersey top and socks. This is a 2 part league, Fall and Spring, for a one time fee. Cleats are strongly encouraged for this age group to help preventing in slipping and hurting oneself. You must purchase your own shin guards which are required for play. Please register in person at the front desk. Payment is due at the time of registration. CASH ONLY!

Games Begin Sept. 17th and are on Saturday's at Rhodes Park-1900 W. Broad.

If you have any additional questions please contact Maggie Davis at the Center 614-645-3208 or via email MMDavis@columbus.gov


PRACTICE BEGINS SEPTEMBER 9th.

There will be games for 6 weeks

Activity Age Category

School Age

Location

Holton Outdoor Fields at Holton Recreation Center

Instructor

Maggie Davis

Organizer Info

  • Columbus Recreation and Parks Department

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Holton Recreation Center 303 N. Eureka Ave ColumbusOH  43204
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