FREE ADULT OUTDOOR CO-ED DROP IN SOCCER THIS SUMMER FROM APRIL TO AUGUST
DROP IN FEES:FREE (Feel Free to support us by contributing anything voluntarily here)
WHEN: Weather permitting, every Saturday and/or Sunday from April to August, 2018
HOW TO PARTICIPATE: For First Timers, Register online here and read and accept the waiver and liability here. THE GAME IS FREE, but you must bring a white and red/black shirt to play with, help with field setup before and after the game.
HOW TO RSVP:RSVP to the game at the bottom left of this page. (Must be logged in to RSVP)
AGE LIMIT: The minimum age to play is 16 years old.
DRESSING CODE: Outdoor Soccer shoes, socks and shin pads are strongly recommended for your safety. Bring a white and or Red/Black shirt to play with
INJURIES/WAIVER: ShowUpAndPlaySports is not responsible for your injuries. Read the waiver here before attending any game.
CODE OF CONDUCT: We are classy ladies and gentlemen and fair play is very important. If you fight or insult anyone, you are dismissed forever. The game organizer's decision is always final.
DETAILS and RULES:Here
PROS AND CONS OF CO-ED GAMES(Read this to have a sense of co-ed games)
WATCH ONE OF OUR OUTDOOR CO-ED SOCCER GAME VIDEO IN CALGARY HERE.
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