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CCV STARS To Start Soccer League at New Multi-Sports Complex Next to CCV Surprise Campus
More Than 160 Boys & Girls to Kick Off CCV STARS Soccer League Next Week at New 10-Acre Multi-Sports Complex Adjacent to CCV Surprise Campus
Boys and girls ages 4-12 will compete in four separate soccer divisions; preschool, kindergarten/
“We are extremely excited with the response we received for children wanting to participate in CCV STARS’ inaugural spring season at our new multi-sports complex in Surprise,” said Harry Demos, CCV STARS Director. “We will continue to add more leagues throughout the year as we grow our CCV STARS outreach at the Surprise Campus.”
Following the completion of its spring soccer season, CCV STARS will host its first spring flag football league at the Surprise Campus for children in first through sixth grade from April 1-May 17. Registrations for the flag football league are still available at ccvstars.com/
CCV created its Striving To Achieve Real Significance (STARS) youth sports program at its 103-acre Peoria Campus in 2004. With a mission to utilize sports to help teach character, integrity and faith as necessary components for one to lead a truly significant and purpose-filled life, on and off the field, CCV STARS annually has more than 6,000 participants sign up for its youth basketball, football and soccer leagues.
CCV’s multi-site strategy, which currently includes campuses in Peoria, Scottsdale and Surprise, allows the church to continue to grow its Neighborhood Group concept by connecting with neighbors and serving local communities. With more than 18,000 people currently attending 12 services at its three campuses each weekend, CCV is the largest non-denominational church in Arizona and one of the largest churches in the United States. CCV, which recently launched its newest campus in Scottsdale on Oct. 14, 2012, has plans to reach more than 100,000 people at 10 campuses throughout the Valley by 2020. Find out more about CCV at ccvonline.com.