Adult soccer tryouts for 2019-20 season coming in August

Adult soccer tryouts for 2019-20 season coming in August

Six teams on track to represent Cowichan Valley

It’s time again to start preparations for the upcoming adult soccer season.

The Cowichan Valley Soccer Association plans to field six adult teams again for 2019-20, and tryouts are scheduled to start next month.

• Over 35A men start on Aug. 6, Tuesdays at the Sherman Road turf from 8-9:30 p.m. under coach Kevin James (

• Div. 1 men start Aug. 7, Mondays and Wednesdays at the Sherman Road turf from 8-9:30 p.m. under coach Glen Martin (

• Over 35B men start on Aug. 7, Wednesdays at the Sherman Road turf from 8-9:30 p.m. under coach Bill Keserich (

• Div. 3 women start Aug. 8, Mondays at the Sherman Road turf and Thursdays at Rotary Park from 8-9:30 p.m. under coach Adam Paulson (

• Div. 3 men start Aug. 8, Tuesdays at Rotary Park and Thursdays at the Sherman Road turf from 8-9:30 p.m. under coach Will Chaster (

Over 30A women start Aug. 15, Thursdays at the Sherman Road turf from 8-9:30 p.m. under coach Darian Achurch (

Please contact individual coaches or Neall Rowlings at or 250-510-6747 for further information or if you will be away but are still interested in playing.

All dues will be $300 per player this season once you have been assigned to a team.

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