Whitecaps considering the north

Whitecaps officials were in Terrace, B.C. last weekend as they consider starting a Whitecaps soccer academy for northwestern B.C.

Whitecaps officials ran a session with Terrace soccer players here in Terrace on Saturday

Whitecaps officials were in Terrace last weekend as they consider starting a Whitecaps soccer academy for northwestern B.C.

The meetings followed a request from a Terrace soccer coach that an academy be started here in Terrace for soccer players in Smithers, Kitimat, Terrace, and Prince Rupert.

No decision has yet been reached, but officials met with several northern B.C. coaches and ran a session with local soccer players last weekend as they discussed the possibility.

Keep posted for more information, or pick up a copy of The Terrace Standard in print.

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