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2018 spring practices in April…

We are ready to start our 2018 spring football practices very soon. Mark your calendars that the practices will be held between Monday April 2nd through Friday April 27th on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays from 6pm-8pm.  Athletes need to fill out all of of registration forms on our website, make sure that we have a valid physical within the last 12 months.  All participants should wear t-shirts, shorts & cleats to all practices.  All spring practices will be non-contact & will be held at Faith Lutheran School in Plano, TX.

  The cost for the spring is $100 which will be credited off of each athlete’s fall fees.  Alternatively, you can sell raffle tickets to cover the cost of the spring practice fee.

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Payment Options for TACA Football 2017
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HOW TO PAY FOR FOOTBALL
Option #1: Pay $699 with no fundraising
Option #2: Pay $199 and fundraise for 12 Hours
Option #3: Fundraise for 16 hours and pay nothing
✭Options #2 and #3 can be completed from July 31
through the end of the season.
✭Raffle Tickets are available now for sale
✭NO EQUIPMENT TO BUY!

Payment can be by cash, check or PayPal option on our website.(Just be sure to include the player's name, so proper credit can be applied)

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