Sign up for British Soccer Camp at the YMCA

The Wardle Family YMCA and Challenger Sports have teamed up again offering an exciting soccer experience for all age groups.  Challenger Sports is the leader in youth soccer coaching in both the USA and Canada, and their partnership with the Y reflects a commitment to focusing on the development of its players.
Challenger Sports — British Soccer Camps has become the most popular soccer camp in North America. The company has done this by providing a unique soccer experience that combines high quality instruction, games and competitive play along with engaging camp activities that share the passion, tradition and culture of the country that invented the sport.
YMCA players will get their first chance to meet the Challenger coaches at this summer’s camp starting the week of July 9. The camp will run Monday – Friday and there will be different sessions throughout the day for players between the ages of 3-16 years.  The camp will conclude on July 13.
Charles Ridlehuber, Health & Wellness Director of Wardle Family YMCA, says, “We look forward to seeing our players on the field this summer.  This partnership with Challenger Sports is part of a larger push to advance our program and our players, and we urge everyone in the Beaufort community to be involved and continue their support of our young players’ love for the game.”
For more information and to register your child today, visit Challenger Sports — British Soccer Camps’ website at www.challengersports.com. Register 45 days in advance, and your child will receive a FREE soccer jersey.
The YMCA is a charitable organization open to people of all abilities, ages, beliefs, cultures, faiths and incomes. Financial assistance is available based on need. For more information, visit www.ymcabeaufortcounty.com or call 843-522-9622.

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