Challenge Brossard: Youth First! We are pleased to invite you to participate in the 35th edition of the international soccer tournament Challenge Brossard from July 31st to August 2nd 2020, in Brossard, Quebec, Canada. Become a Volunteer! Challenge Brossard 2020 is always looking for motivated and energetic volunteers to assist the committee in its many tasks during the weekend of July 31st to August 2nd!
Tournament. Welcome to the 35th edition of the International Junior Soccer Tournament Challenge Brossard to be held July 31st to August 2nd, 2020 . Our tournament is competitive for all categories and open to boys and girls teams. The level of competition varies for each category.
SOCCER BROSSARD. The Brossard Soccer Association has been developing Soccer in our municipality for over 40 years. The club has built a great reputation in the development of women's and men's soccer player. Our educators and staff are dedicated on getting the best out of our players. Association de Soccer de Brossard.
The Challenge Brossard was founded in 1986 by Mr. Jean Bernier, one of the greatest visionaries of soccer in Quebec and today a member of the Quebec Soccer Hall of Fame. Year after year, the tournament has grown, from about twenty teams to over 200 teams today. The Challenge also quickly took international allure welcoming teams from France, Mexico, Brazil and several US states, in addition to numerous teams from Quebec, Ontario and the rest of Canada.
In the past, teams from France, Mexico, Brazil, the United States and Canada have participated in this highly competitive tournament. The city of Brossard is located in the suburbs of Montréal.
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Fields. Use our interactive Challenge Brossard Google Maps! Enlarge map. Challenge Brossard Map - Google My Maps. Open full screen to view more. This map was created by a user. Learn how to create your own. Tournament soccer fields (with numbers, size and grass/turf) Meeting place for the Team Registration Day on Friday.
FC Brossard U10M clinched first place for the U11A category at the Trait-Carré Charlesbourg tournament. 12 teams (mostly U11) from all corners of the provin...
It is also the Brossard Challenge, AS Brossard’s flagship annual summer tournament with more than 200 participating teams from across Canada and the United States and 10,000 visitors. Not to mention parents, coaches and volunteers dedicated to getting kids moving.