The regular football season is a few months away for the Manitoba Bisons, but the team will be executing drills and other exercises for junior players during an upcoming camp.
The Junior Bison Football Identification and Development Football Camps will run March 26-28, and help high school players improve their skills with the instruction of Bison players, coaches and staff.
The two camps will be aimed at players aged 12-19 and also be an opportunity for the Bisons to work on their own skills for the upcoming season.
Both camps will be held at the Winnipeg Soccer Federation (WSF) Indoor Soccer Complex at the University of Manitoba campus. The cost is $100 for players aged 14-19, and $50 for players aged 12-14.
For more information and to register, visit GoBisons.ca.
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