11 Impact Players to Celebrate Soccer in Terrebonne this Friday, September 6
MONTREAL - The Montreal Impact will join the Terrebonne community on Friday, September 6, as of 6pm, as part of its BMO Soccer Celebration summer tour, at Parc Corbeil (795 John-F. Kennedy St.).
Presented by BMO, in collaboration with adidas, Allstate, Evangelista Sports, Husqvarna, Nutrilait, Oasis, Pepsi, Tim Hortons, and Videotron, this tour has, for the last five years, provided an improved format of the club's traditional public training sessions, a success since 2002.
During the Soccer Celebrations, a group of 11 Montreal Impact players will participate in mini-games with young players from local soccer clubs. The players will also meet supporters for autograph sessions at the partners' tents.
Entrance is free of charge for everyone starting at 6pm in order to take part in the numerous contests and activities organized by our partners. At the Impact's tent, it will be possible to purchase tickets for a game at Stade Saputo in 2019 at an exclusive rate. You'll also find a giant inflatable BMO foosball game, Oasis soccer darts, an Allstate soccer skills game, an Evangelista Sports mini-boutique, the Nutrilait and Pepsi gang, who will be there distributing several drinks and other promotional items, as well as the Montreal Impact Soccer Schools.
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