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Yankton Soccer Registration
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Saturday, February 1st 2014 - All Day

Registration for the Spring 2014 Soccer season will begin on February 1, 2014, with early bird registration ending on February 28, 2014. Regular registration will begin on March 1 and run through March 31, 2014. THIS REGISTRATION IS FOR THE FOLLOWING:

1. Players who played in the Fall but only signed up to play one season and want to play again in the spring.

2. Players who did not play in the fall but who wish to play this spring

3. Anyone who played on the high school teams that wish to play this spring (High School registration only covers the High School Season you must register to play in the spring.

If you have questions or can’t remember if your child is signed up for Spring Soccer contact the registrar at bettybray@me.com or 661-3362

 

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