What goes up – must come down! A big thank you to all of the volunteers who came out yesterday to take the dome down at the Valley First Soccer Field. 56 volunteers from across the club made short work of the task to deflate, flatten, and fold up the dome for storage over the summer. They had the task done in 3 hours – a new record! Thanks for all your work – we can now play under the sun and blue sky until it comes time to cover up again for the winter!
Kelowna United is excited to offer our annual Summer Soccer Camps! These Camps are a great way for players of all abilities to build on existing skills and learn new ones. Be sure to sign up early to secure your spot! Register here.
Please check here for information regarding a Special General Meeting on May 17, 2017.
Kelowna United Junior Heat U13 Boys are preparing for their trip in August to Southampton, UK to compete in the Southampton Cup!!
Included in their fundraising endeavors is a Pub Night Silent Auction at Rusty’s Steakhouse on April 29, 5:30 – 9:00 pm. Food, pool, games and a fun night for starters!
Tickets are still available for $20.00 for anyone interested in helping support our team.
Contact Penny at 250-575-1491 for tickets and more information.
Kelowna United’s annual Spring Flower Fundraiser is back! Order some flowers for Mom in time for Mother’s Day and support your club at the same time! Online ordering is available through www.kelownaunited.growingsmilesfundraising.com
Orders and payment due Friday, April 21st, 2017. Cheques are payable to Kelowna United FC. Delivery will be Friday, May 5th, 2017 at the Valley First Soccer Center between 2 and 6pm.
It takes a village to raise a club! Today the Kelowna United board along with several coaches, players and parents visited the Rutland Senior Secondary School playing fields to receive a grant from the Provincial Government to go towards the building of a soccer field/facility.
The Kelowna United Spring Soccer camps continue today with their second week of professional instruction provided by Technical Director, Dante Zanatta, Assistant Technical Directors, Tom Flanagan and Yann Calmets. The camps are open to kids ages 6-13 and are designed to improve skills and help generate a better understanding of the game in a fun and educational environment.
The Kelowna United-Jr Heat U14 Boys are going to Southampton UK in August to participate in the Southampton Cup! On February 25th, you can help them realize their fundraising goals, and have a fun night out at the same time. Click here for details on the fundraiser and the Southampton trip. Good luck boys!
Two of Kelowna United’s U12 Girls teams -Tristan Smith and Michelle Foster, went to Vancouver where they first played an exhibition game in North Vancouver before attending the Canadian Women’s game vs Mexico and watched our National Team win. They had a great time!