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TOURNOIS MINEURS S.O.C hockey sur glace – Année 2016

Dates of tournaments

The Chambéry ice hockey club, organise 5 minors tournaments during the month of April and May 2015

U11 tournament the 9th and 10th of April 2016

(From Saturday at 10h to Sunday at 17h) (6 to 8 teams) (Players birthday 2005, 2006) (Maximum 17 players including 2 goalkeepers)

U15 tournament the 16th and 17th of April 2016

(From Saturday at 10h to Sunday at 17h) (6 to 8 teams) (Players birthday 2001, 2002) (Maximum 17 players including 2 goalkeepers)

U13 tournament the 23rd and 24th of April 2016

(From Saturday at 10h to Sunday at 17h) (6 to 8 teams) (Players birthday 2003, 2004) (Maximum 17 players including 2 goalkeepers)

U7 tournament the 30th of April 2016

(Saturday at 10h to 18h) (10 à 14 teams) (Players birthday 2009, 2010) (Maximum 14 players including 2 goalkeepers) (1 / 3 of ice on 4 on 4)

U9 tournament the 14th of May 2016

(Saturday at 10h to 18h) (10 à 14 teams) (Players birthday 2007, 2008) (Maximum 14 players including 2 goalkeepers) (1 / 3 of ice on 4 on 4)

S.O.CHAMBERY HOCKEY SUR GLACE – Patinoire d’agglomération Chambéry Métropole – 2, rue Sainte Rose – 73000 Chambéry 1

TOURNOIS MINEURS S.O.C hockey sur glace – Année 2016

Contacts :
RémyEnselme:06.83.74.32.15 remyenselme@yahoo.fr

Hélène Bardon : 07.81.15.19.92 helene.bardon73@free.fr

Price :
Fees per team : 190 euros U11, U13 or U15 tournaments

Fees per team : 90 euros U9 or U7 tournaments
or
150 euros for 2 teams of the same club ( 2 teams U7, or 2 teams U9, or 1 team U7 and 1 team U9)

Meals price only :

U11, U13 and U15 tournaments

36 euros per person (players, 3 officials).
Saturday and Sunday, the lunches and dinners will be held in the ice rink bar – mandatory.(3 meals)

U7 et U9 tournaments

10 euros per person (players, 3 officials). Saturday, the lunch will be held in the ice rink bar – mandatory.

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