Oakville – Blue Devils FC announced that they have launched a new youth soccer development house league.
The BDFC Development House League is an exciting new part of the growing Blue Devils organization, adding a grassroots foundation to the Club.
BDFC House League will be running two main programs for boys and girls starting on May 25, 2021. Registration opened on February 20, 2021.
The Lil Devils Parent and Tot program (2-3 years old) is a fun based skill-building class in which parents are encouraged to get actively involved with their child’s earliest introduction to soccer. Parent and Tot sessions are designed as transitional programs that ease children into later playing independently from their parent.
The BDFC Development House League (4-12 years old) is a grassroots recreational soccer program that combines fun soccer games and skills development. Created by the experienced team behind Blue Devils FC, BDFC Development House League was founded to provide a safe, positive, competitive, and family-friendly environment to learn the beautiful game the right way and have fun doing it.
“Launching a house league is a key piece of our overall vision to be the best development club in Canada.” said Blue Devils President Steven Caldwell, “This is where it all begins – at the youngest ages with a ball at your feet and a passion for the game.”
The Blue Devils plan to bring their years of professional development experience to the grassroots game. Led by one of the most talented and experienced Technical Teams in the country, the focus for the BDFC House League will be on having fun and learning new skills.
BDFC House League programs are open to all players from the ages of 2-12 years old.
For more information on BDFC House League programs or to register please click here.
For more information about Blue Devils FC please visit www.bluedevils.ca.
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