SPORTS IN BRIEF: Final Highlanders match at Bear Mountain stadium

The Victoria Highlanders men’s squad face Victoria United tonight in its last game at Bear Mountain stadium before moving its home field to Royal Athletic Park.

The Victoria Highlanders men’s squad face Victoria United tonight in its last game at Bear Mountain stadium before moving its home field to Royal Athletic Park.

The match pits the Pacific Coast Soccer League United versus the USL Premier Development League Highlanders in an exhibition match at 7 p.m.

The Highlanders face the North Sound Sea Wolves on July 9, 7:30 p.m. for its first match at Royal Athletic Park in Victoria.

The Highlanders women’s side is still finding its feet in the W-League and remains in last place in the Western Conference. The women have a one tie, nine loss record.

Their next home game at Bear Mountain stadium is July 6, 7 p.m. versus the Santa Clarita Blue Heat.

See www.victoriahighlandersfc.com for full schedules.

 

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