East Ridge Futbol Club Announces 2014 Fall Recreation Soccer Signups

Wednesday, July 2, 2014

Signups have begun for the 2014 Fall Recreation Season for the East Ridge Futbol Club’s Recreation Soccer League.

Registration will be held at the East Ridge Community Center at 1515 Tombras Ave. next to East Ridge City Hall on July 12, 19 and 26th from 10 a.m.–3 p.m.

Parents can save $9 by registering online at www.eastridgeparksandrec.com by following the link to team sports – soccer – recreation soccer – 2014 fall recreation soccer.

The online discount prices are:

                              U4: $80 per player

                              U6-U19: $90 per player

Families can save on multiple child registrations:

                              Discount for 3rd child: $20

                              Discount for 4th child: $30

                              Family Maximum Price: $310

Fees include uniform, a minimum of 8 regular season games and an end of the season play date/tournament as well as weekly foot skills training for U6-U10 players.

Officials said, "Hurry and sign up your kids today because registration closes on Aug. 24."

For more information, please visit www.eastridgeparksandrec.com or call (423)991-9333.


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