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Wolfpack already getting set for 2019 season

With the 2018 season barely weeks behind them, and the weather just starting to turn, the Woolwich Youth Soccer Club (WYSC) lost no time...

Weather finally cooperating, soccer season gets underway

The fields are dry and the Woolwich Youth Soccer season is kicking off. Officially in full swing last week, rep and house league players are...

Woolwich U14 boys win gold at Ancaster tournament

The Woolwich Youth Soccer Club has posted another tournament win – this time coming from the U14 boys’ Western Region Soccer League team. The team...

Woolwich soccer players pitch in with helping hand for fundraising events

Playing on a Woolwich Youth Soccer team isn’t just about passing the ball and scoring goals. For 13 members of the local soccer club, it...

Woolwich Youth Soccer offers up winter training camp

There is snow on the ground and the temperature is dipping below zero, but Woolwich Youth Soccer players are still hitting the pitch. Starting this...

Three former players join board of directors of Woolwich Youth Soccer

There are some new, young faces now sitting on the board of Woolwich Youth Soccer, and they are ready to give back to the...

Pitches still snow-covered, but local soccer registration is in full swing

With snow and ice still on the ground it’s hard to think about throwing on shorts to lob around the soccer ball outside, but...

With spring’s arrival comes the return of the fever pitch

As the last of the snow melts away, players and coaches are going to be thinking about getting out on the soccer fields –...
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