The Impact in Terrebonne

The summer soccer celebration continues tonight

Public Practice Maxime Crépeau

Photo Credit: 
Cimon Parent / impactmontreal.com

All details in press release below:

MONTREAL – The Montreal Impact unveiled Tuesday the schedule for its new event “Celebrate Soccer”. Presented by BMO, in collaboration with adidas, Oasis, Tim Hortons, Allerject and Allstate, these events mark the presentation of the Impact’s traditional public practices, which has been growing in popularity since 2002, under a new format.

This summer, a group of 11 Impact players will visit four different parks in the greater Montreal area in order to play mini-games with the local kids and to meet supporters during an autograph session. Admission is free.

Inflatable games and an Impact mini-boutique will be on site, while the Impact soccer schools will be presenting workshops throughout the event.

Organized in collaboration with the Richelieu-Yamaska soccer association, the Impact will kick things off on the new synthetic field at Parc Germain Désourdy on Tuesday, July 8, in Bromont, to commemorate the official inauguration of the field during the city’s 50th anniversary celebrations.

The bleu-blanc-noir will then take the pitch at Parc Horizon, in Repentigny, on Tuesday, July 15, at Parc Angora, in Terrebonne, on Tuesday, August 12, and then finally at Parc Rosanne-Laflamme, in Saint-Hubert, on Tuesday, September 2.

Please note that due to our CONCACAF Champions League game on August 5, the event scheduled at Parc Pierre-Laporte, in Saint-Hubert on that day has been moved to Parc Rosanne-Laflamme and postponed to Tuesday, September 2.

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