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Loonie #$85 plus sales
Odd/Even$820 plus sales in 18#'s or less
Lucky Star$0 plus sales
Bonanza$1,268 plus sales in 53#’s or less
Lucky 7$5,857 plus sales in 24#s or less
Full House$750 in 56#s or less
Knights Bonanza$5,000 in 56#'s or less
Loonie # $85 plus sales
Odd/Even $820 plus sales in 18#'s or less
Lucky Star $0 plus sales
Bonanza $1,268 plus sales in 53#’s or less
Lucky 7 $5,857 plus sales in 24#s or less
Full House $750 in 56#s or less
Knights Bonanza $5,000 in 56#'s or less
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Last Updated: 22-Feb-22 11:45

Is your son or daughter interested in playing recreational soccer?  Recreational soccer is focused on fun; simply devoted to the enjoyment of the game, this league provides an opportunity for children to learn the sport and develop a lifelong love of the game, without the emphasis on high-level competition.

All youth soccer players aged 9-18, who reside in the Bonivital catchment (including Dakota, Greendell, Norberry-Glenlee, Winakwa, Windsor, Champlain, Norwood, Southdale, Archwood and Notre Dame CC's) are now registered centrally through Bonivital Soccer Club.

  • Athletes aged 9-12 play in the Club in-house league
  • Athletes aged 13-18 play in the city wide WYSA league
  • Friend and Coach requests can be made and are entertained as best as possible
  • Teams are formed by birth years(s), and are organized with your area of St. Vital / St. Boniface in mind
  • Expect 1-3 practices/games per week
  • Registration fee includes a new kit (jersey, shorts, socks)
  • Games are traditionally played in the months of May/June, in and around the city of Winnipeg

For more information on the outdoor and indoor seasons, and registration details please visit BVSC www.bonivitalsoccer.com

Questions can be forwarded to admin@bonivitalsoccer.com

WYSA information www.winnipegyouthsoccer.com

NGCC's Board of Directors supports positive experiences for children, their parents and adults in sport.  For more information go to http://www.sirc.ca/newsletters/october09/Index.html