2017 Coastal Cup Championship Finals Kicks Off This Weekend

Posted on May 4th, 2017 by BC Soccer

Aldergrove Athletic Park will host 23 games on Saturday and Sunday

Vancouver BC, May 4, 2017 –Aldergrove Youth Soccer Club will host the 2017 BC Coastal Cup Championship Finals this Saturday and Sunday at Aldergrove Athletic Park.  46 boys and girls teams will compete in six age categories as 23 teams will be crowned Coastal Cup Champions.

“We are very excited to watch so many top youth soccer teams put it all on the line on Saturday and Sunday at Aldergrove Athletic Park,” said Don Dancey, Youth Competition’s Chair and BC Soccer board of directors. “Aldergrove Youth Soccer Association has done a wonderful job in the past hosting the finals of the Coastal Cup and we want to thank them for all their hard work and for hosting this incredible competition once again.”

The 23 boys and girls teams from U13-U18 come from across the lower mainland and Vancouver Island. All of the teams have been competing in the Coastal Cup for the last month with the hope of being crowned Coastal Cup Champion at this weekend’s finals. The championship matches begin at 9:00 A.M. and will run right through until the last kick off at 5:00 P.M. on Saturday and 1:00 P.M. on Sunday.

The crowned champions of the Coastal Cup Finals will go on to represent their region within their age group at the Provincial Championships which are to be held in early July.

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