Past president of the Golden Minor Soccer Association Joyce deBoer breaks out a red card for new president Jason Brennan.

Golden Minor Soccer prepares to kick start new season

Final preparations have begun for the start of the soccer season. The plan is to have games starting by April 15.

Final preparations have begun for the start of the soccer season in Golden.

The plan is to have games starting by April 15, depending on the condition of the fields.

“All the snow is off the fields right now, and it should dry up nicely over the next couple of weeks,” said Jason Brennan who is the new president of the Golden Minor Soccer Association.

“Registration went well. The night was well attended and people were well prepared for it,” he said.

Brennan  added that there is still time to register your children for the upcoming season and he is expecting some late signups this year.

Presently, the board of directors are preparing the schedules for the whole season, which will run for eight weeks barring any issues with the field

“There is a really good opportunity for some to join the board  for a wonderful experience with great people then this is a good time to get involved,” said former president Joyce deBoer.

To learn more about the association, get information or to sign up a child go to emailgmsareg@gmail.com.

 

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