“We are excited to bring our recreational soccer program under the Surf name,” said Montana Surf Technical Director, Joel Harris. “In order to serve our players and families better, we have decided to unite all of our programs under the same name, allowing us to better articulate the depth and value of our programming. Montana Surf is the largest youth sports organization in the Gallatin Valley and the only soccer program that offers a pathway to every level of soccer for young athletes,” Harris continued.
Our commitment to our athletes and families remains our highest priority and we will update you as these branding changes take place. We will continue to provide the same, high-quality recreational soccer program, with the benefit of simplified messaging under one clearly articulated brand. Montana Surf is a 501(c)3 non-profit corporation.
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Montana Surf teams were featured in the Bozeman Chronicle after winning 4 State Champion Titles Click here to read the article Four Bozeman-based teams won state titles this past weekend at the Montana Youth Soccer Association’s Montana State Cup. Forty-four total teams participated in 13U-19U leagues, with winners qualifying for the US Youth Soccer Far […]
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