Solana Beach Soccer Club registration now open

The Solana Beach Soccer Club has begun its registration for the upcoming fall season of 2012.  The club is holding online registration at www.solanabeachsoccerclub.com now through June 15.  The club caters to players U6 through U18 boys and girls.  Parents can contact the registrar at 858-922-8379 for more information.

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  1. Solana Beach Soccer Club releases registration dates
  2. Solana Beach Little League opens registration for 2011 season
  3. Solana Beach Cats Basketball Club to hold tryouts
  4. Registration opens for 2011 spring Del Mar Little League baseball season
  5. Voter registration deadline is May 24

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