Play Summer Soccer at The Greenery Cebu

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The end of the school year brings forth the challenge for parents to find the best summer activity for their kiddos.

With this in mind, The Greenery Cebu offers a great way for the young ones to spend summer as it opens the Green Zone for Kids Soccer Camp from April 23 to May 18, 2018.

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“We would like to provide kids an alternative yet fun way to experience outdoor summer, hence we chose to offer soccer camp,” said Emily Arenas-Vergara of The Greenery Cebu.

“Active sports such as soccer is a good way to stay healthy not only for adults but kids too,” she added.

The Greenery Cebu is a commercial center in Kasambagan and home to dining outlets, beauty and wellness clinics, unique shops, creative offices and etc.

It features The Green Zone, a 600-square meter open space fit for outdoor events.

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The Greenery’s Kids Soccer Camp will be handled by Ares Duarte, a varsity of USPF Football Men and an assistant coach of Phoenix Workshocks FC, and Pia Angelique King, a varsity of USC Futsal Women’s and assistant coach of San Roque Football Club Girls Team.

Registration fee for the Kids Soccer Camp is at Php 2,500 per child with free soccer jersey.

Deadline for registration is on April 18, 2018.

Interested campers may register online at Kids Soccer Camp Online Registration. Alternatively, they may call The Greenery Cebu at +63 32 2340795 or visit its Facebook page at

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