BSP Soccer Sevens registration

Following yet another successful BSP Soccer Sevens Tournament over the first half of the year, the Bank of the South Pacific and Amical FC are proud to announce the opening of registrations for the next tournament which will run from the 2nd September — 21st of October.

Registration dates are on the 12, 19 and 26th of August at Amical Field from 8-10am. Participating Children are asked to come with a fee of Vt1,000 with a Parent of Guardian to Register. We encourage current participating teams and children to also register quickly, as we will be taking a first come first serve approach.

We will continue with our existing 4 Age categories: 5-7, 8-10, 11-13, 14-16. We can allow for only 8 teams of 10 players per Category. Each Registered player will get an ID Card that they will need to present every Saturday in order to participate. This will ensure equal participation for all registered Players.

If you would like to Register a team, the fee is 20,000vt or if you would just like to register 1 player the fee is 1000vt/ Child.

For more information please like our BSP Soccer Sevens Facebook Page or Contact us on 5562111 / 7742211 or email play@amical fc.com

BSPs values of Community involvement, Respect and Integrity mirror Amical’s Vision to ensure that this tournament provides the opportunity for Kids and Parents to not only enjoy and participate in an safe physical exercise but to also learn life skills that will assist them in making the right choices in Life.

Raymond Nasse

Sports Editor

raymond@dailypost.vu

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