Soccer: choose a name for the future unified club Sherbrooke

soccer-jusquau-25-avrilThe Vortex, the Fuzion, the Mistral de Sherbrooke, the Intrepid or the Cyclone?

The popular appeal is made, and the people of Sherbrooke has until April 25 to make a choice as to the name of the future unified club Sherbrooke, which will become the biggest soccer club in Quebec, in 2017.

“We have appealed to all our members, we wanted to have as many suggestions as possible names. The total number was quite large and, with the other members of the transition committee, we filtered the results to arrive at a final selection of five names. We know that this short list will not be unanimous, but it is very representative, “said Danny Champagne, communications manager for the transition committee.

Obviously, the name Mistral consonance well known in the world of soccer in Sherbrooke; this name was used in the past in the name of the teams Estrie elites.

“When the name will be formalized, we will ask people to submit their logos suggestions for the new club, which would represent the most philosophy and values ​​of the new entity. Through this whole process, we wanted people to take ownership of the club, “continued Mr. Champagne.

The entry process is simple: interested parties need only visit the website where all regulations, and the prizes awarded to the winners are announced.

The name choice is made until April 25, while the logos of suggestions will be accepted from 1st to 27th.

The club will show the five finalists logos from 1 to June 25

“All the soccer clubs in Quebec have an eye on the development of the situation in Sherbrooke.”

Recall that it was after a request from the City of Sherbrooke that Quebec Soccer Federation has sanctioned the merger of three soccer clubs Sherbrooke, the Sprint, the Dynamyk and the Greens. A merger which resulted last December in the wake of a lake to the shoulder involving all stakeholders from the world of soccer Sherbrooke.

The all-new 4500 club players, who will become the largest in Quebec in terms of members, will be operational in time for the 2017 season.

“We know that all the other soccer clubs in Quebec have an eye on the development of the situation in Sherbrooke. Increasing recreational base of the club will undoubtedly develop and improve our elite teams. In the same vein, the semi-pro file is still in the pipeline. ”

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