The 2020 sports season didn't go as planned for anyone, but JJ Soccer in Moose Jaw is gearing up for the 2021 season.

Just two weeks after opening registration for the spring soccer season, JJ Soccer is already over 50% capacity for their programs. The season for recreational play is set to begin May 3rd and run through June 24th, with the DTC program running the same dates with an added pre-season camp in April.

Jason Jones, owner of JJ Soccer, said "For this outdoor season we are cautiously optimistic that hopefully some of the restrictions will be lifted, we're in a holding pattern waiting to see what the SHA is going to do in regards to those restrictions."

As things progress over the coming weeks Jones said they will come up with a plan of what this outdoor season will look like, but they are optimistic that this season will look better than last year.

If you're interested in getting your kids registered for JJ Soccer, you can visit their website at

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