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The Voice of the Black Community
2015 Post Best Banquet
Youth Soccer
Non-Profit
Date: March 6 - May 4, 2013
Time: 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Location: Show map
Sports Junction
4245 Main Street
Harrisburg, NC 28075

Contact: Liam Shannon
Phone: 704-597-5150
Email: liam@fccasoccer.com

FC Carolina Alliance (FCCA) will again offer elite soccer training for children aged 4 – 10 in the Harrisburg and Salisbury areas through their Munchkin and Pre Academy soccer programs. Each program starts at the end of February and runs for 8 weeks through the beginning of May. The registration deadline is February 15th. The cost of the Munchkin program, for 4 – 6 year olds, is $85, and the cost of the Pre-Academy, for 7 – 10 year olds, is $125.

The Munchkin program is an entry-level program for children aged between 4 and 6 years old. The Pre Academy program is for children aged 7 -10 and accommodates beginners through intermediate level players. Each program is supervised by a professional, experienced soccer coach and run out of safe and convenient locations. The Munchkin and Pre Academy programs are the most elite soccer training available for children of this age.  Enrollment in either program provides immediate savings on soccer equipment through Dick's Sporting Goods.  In addition, FCCA has a unique partnership with the Autism Awareness charity to help raise awareness of autism.




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