Bellingham is the perfect city for a new premier level soccer club in the Northwest. With Western Washington University and Whatcom Community College in the region, there will be a solid player pool to draw from. Bellingham United features adult men players from the Whatcom County area as well as highly-skilled players from different parts of the world. Players are scouted and selected by the coaching staff throughout the year, with open tryouts happening each March prior to the start of the regular season.
It’s Time to Sign up for Summer Soccer Camps at the Bellingham Sportsplex - WhatcomTalk
But most successful community building tends to start small, and then expand, encircling a wider and wider net of people. The goal of the Whatcom Sports and Recreation summer soccer program is no less lofty. Whatcom Sports and Recreation holds two different soccer camps each summer at the Bellingham Sportsplex , one geared toward beginner players and the second for those with more experience. For beginner players, Whatcom Sports and Recreation has three opportunities to attend camp, each four days long in June, July and August. The camp is open to kids ages 5 to 12, and is meant to be an encouraging, safe and fun environment where they can make new friends, play outside and learn soccer skills, says Spencer Wolfe, Director of Soccer for Whatcom Sports and Recreation.
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Organizes and facilitates a recreational soccer program for grades Children from grades who attend school or live in the Lynden School District are able to register themselves to play soccer for 8 weeks in the fall. The teams will be made up of players that go to different schools. The practice sessions usually begin 2 weeks before the season starts and every week during the 8-week competition.
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