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July 9, 2022, 9:00am-6:00pm

Coquitlam Town Centre, 1290 Pipeline Rd

Michael Cuccione Foundation Kick For A Cure

Join us July 9, 2022 for the 15th Annual Kick For A Cure!

One of the most happening days in the Tri-Cities is back! With expanded beer garden, music, vendors, family game zone and of course soccer fun for adults, youth and kids! Get involved today!

What is Kick For A Cure?

Making a Difference in the Fight Against Childhood Cancer

Kick for a Cure is an awesome all day community event in Coquitlam, BC. Soccer tournaments, kids' soccer clinics, Canadian Tire Family Fun Zone, prizes, beer garden, food vendors, sports celebrities, and all day entertainment. Proceeds from the Kick For A Cure benefit the Michael Cuccione Childhood Cancer Research Program at BC Children's Hospital.

Kick for a Cure Soccer Tournament
Kick for a Cure Soccer Tournament
Kick for a Cure Soccer Tournament
Kick for a Cure Soccer Tournament
Kick for a Cure Soccer Tournament
Kick for a Cure Soccer Tournament

5 Ways to Participate


1. Join the Adult Soccer Tournament!

6 vs 6 co-ed soccer tournament (minimum of 10 players per team). You only need to raise a minimum of $500 per team. Learn More

2. Join the Domenic Mobilio Youth Tournament!

3 vs 3 soccer matches for those aged 9 to 17. You only need to raise a minimum of $100 per team (4 to 6 players per team) Learn More

3. Join the Kids Clinic!

Soccer clinic for kids aged 4 to 11 years old. Only $25 per child! Clinic ran by Coquitlam Metro Ford Soccer Club Academy coaches along with members of the Vancouver Whitecaps FC! Learn More

4. Join us for a beer, food and entertainment!

Take out your phone, mark "Kick For A Cure" in your calendar for July 9, 2022 and just show up! You don't need to play soccer to enjoy this day it's a fun-filled community event!

5. Donate!

Simply donate online and help kick cancer where it hurts! You can make a general donation or support a registered player/team!

Where exactly do funds raised go?

Listen to Childhood Cancer Scientist Dr Gregor Reid explain:

Note: The regulatory hurdles Dr Reid discusses in the video have since been overcome and the treatment has saved children that would have otherwise had little to no hope. Please consider donating and fundraising as your donations do make a difference.

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