Youth soccer registration open

Registration for the 2014 Williams Lake Youth Soccer Association season is now open.

Registration for the 2014 Williams Lake Youth Soccer Association season is now open.

Rob Tazelar, administrator with the WLYSA, said anyone who registers before March 8, 2014, will receive the fee discount for early registration.

Additionally, any player interested in playing rep or rep development this season must be registered by Jan. 15, 2014.

“This early registration deadline is necessary as WLYSA needs to know the number of potential rep and rep development players in order to determine if combining of age groups is or is not necessary,” he said.

Coach applications for rep development teams will also be accepted until Jan. 15.

Registration forms are available online and can be downloaded at

You can also register the WLYSA Soccerfest, being held Feb. 22 at Lake City Secondary School’s Columneetza Campus.

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