Solana Beach Soccer Club releases registration dates

The Solana Beach Soccer Club (SBSC) offers a youth recreational program for children, kindergarten through 12th grade. The club serves 400 players, with support from its sponsors, volunteer coaches and board members. Practices are weekdays, starting late August or early September. Games are played on Saturdays Sept. 10 – Nov. 19.

Beginning April 1, players may register through the website:

Walk-in registration will be held April 9 at Skyline Elementary School between 9 a.m. and 1 p.m.

Registration forms will be available for pick up at Big 5 Sporting Goods as of April 1.

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