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AOY Indoor Soccer Comp registrations open!

AOY Indoor Soccer Competition 
The Archdiocesan Office for Youth is pleased to announce that the indoor soccer competition is back bigger and better for 2016. So wipe the mud from your boots and register your teams!

When? Competition will be held 19 June 2016

Where? Westgate Leisure Centre, Corner Grieve Parade and Doherty's Road, Altona North

Who can register? Open to all youth in the Melbourne Archdiocese (12-30 years). Registrations online via Google forms here

Full teams will be able to register online with a minimum five players up to ten players. Five players are required on court, including two players of each gender, at a time. Larger youth groups or movements may register a maximum of 2 teams. Two competitions will run – a junior competition for school years 7-10* and the senior/open format for 16-30years. (* pending suitable number of registrations for this age group).

Single players or smaller groups also welcome to register and will be placed into teams according to availability. Contact Llewy Berchy to register as an individual or small team with fewer than five people. Close of team registrations will be strictly enforced – no further teams will be accepted after 6 June 2016

Rules and Code of Conduct: Good sportsmanship and friendly competition on the day are essential! For full indoor soccer rules and the player code of conduct click here.

Contact: Llewy Berchy: / (03) 9287 5565 /


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