Stars Youth Academy offers 5 days of camps

  • Wednesday, December 19, 2018 6:43am
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The Major Indoor Soccer League’s Stars are having their annual holiday youth camps, with more options this year.

The Tacoma Stars Youth Academy, presented by CHI Franciscan Health, gives kids a chance to train with professional players and coaches.

Camps are for kids 7-14.

All campers will receive a Stars T-shirt, hat and four ticket vouchers to a future Stars game at the accesso ShoWare Center.

Participants should bring a water bottle and shin guards.

Participants can choose from five days of camps, or register for all five.

The camps run daily 9 a.m. to noon from Wednesday, Dec. 26 through Sunday, Dec. 30 at the Tacoma Soccer Center, 2610 Bay St.

Register online at tacomastars.com.

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