Posts Tagged ‘Central Whidbey Soccer Club’

Sunday or bust!

The Central Whidbey Soccer Club wraps up registration for its fall season at midnight Aug. 14.

The league offers teams ranging from U6 to U15 and is particularly in need of U12 boys (born in 2011-2012) as it tries to fill out rosters.

For more info and to register, pop over to:


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The pitch calls.

The Central Whidbey Soccer Club is looking for volunteer coaches to run U10 boys and U12 girls teams.

No prior coaching experience is required.

If the CWSC is unable to find coaches by the end of the week, it will have to combine its boys and girls U10 and U12 programs, making both co-ed.

If interested in launching, or continuing, your coaching career, contact Bill Sites at vicepresident@centralwhidbeysoccer.com.

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Pitch mania sweeps Wolf Nation.

The Central Whidbey Soccer Club is currently registering players for its fall season, with all plans calling for a return to a normal season.

The rec soccer program is aimed at children who “desire to play soccer in a fun environment, with a level of competitiveness.”

Teams are offered for players from U6 to U15, with teams U10 and up playing games against clubs from North and South Whidbey.

Those contests are generally played on Saturdays in Coupeville, Oak Harbor or Langley.

Practices are in Coupeville, and are usually 2-3 times per week.

Registration closes September 1.

The club, which is run by volunteers, is also interested in adding new coaches.

Want to play? Want to coach? Want to help out in any way?

Pop over to Home (centralwhidbeysoccer.com) for more info.

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Same sport, different look.

The Central Whidbey Soccer Club has opened registration for a spring season, though the ongoing pandemic will give things a slightly different look.

Practices begin April 12, but there won’t be games, at least at first.

The CWSC will operate an “Academy”-style season, with the hope that some “special events may be held on an occasional weekend.”

If that happens, players and parents will be notified well in advance.

Because of the change in format, registration has been reduced to $30 a player, which covers the player fee with the state and a CWSC t-shirt.

Five programs are currently offered — U10 teams for boys and girls, U12 teams for boys and girls, and a U15 coed team.

For more info and to register, pop over to:

Home (centralwhidbeysoccer.com)

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Rain or shine, the Central Whidbey Soccer Club hits the pitch, as shown in the photos which follow. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

Soccer balls as far as the eye (and camera) can see.

Wanderin’ paparazzi John Fisken slid by a rainy, muddy Fort Nugent Saturday and captured the pics seen above, which show the Central Whidbey Soccer Club hard at work.

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