Revelstoke FC competes in last year's Big Bear soccer tournament. The team will kick off the tournament this year against CWSC from Calgary on Friday

Big Bear soccer tournament returns to Revelstoke this weekend

The Revelstoke Men’s Soccer Team is hosting the Big Bear adult soccer tournament this weekend, June 15–16.

The Revelstoke Men’s Soccer Team will kick off the annual Big Bear tournament against CWSC from Calgary this Friday, June 14, at a6:30 p.m. in Queen Elizabeth Park.

The 22nd annual edition will feature 14 men’s and six women’s teams from throughout B.C. and Alberta from June 14–16.

Games will take place at Queen Elizabeth Park, Centennial Park and the two new soccer fields behind Revelstoke Secondary School. There will be a beer garden  in QE Park, where TV’s will show NHL playoffs and professional soccer action.

Revelstoke’s women’s team plays on Saturday at 2:30 p.m. and against at 7:30 p.m. in Queen Elizabeth Park. The men’s team also plays Saturday at 4 p.m. in Queen Elizabeth Park.

Williams Lake is returning for an attempt to win their fifth tournament in a row.

The finals are set for Sunday at noon.

Visit www.revelstokemenssoccer.com for more information and the complete schedule.

 

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