United hosting Cup quarterfinal

This Saturday, on their home pitch, Langley United premier men’s soccer team will look to take the next step in Provincial A Cup play.

United hosts Surrey United April 26 at 6 p.m. at Willoughby Turf, in a Provincial A Cup elite eight quarter-final contest.

Following that match, also at Willoughby Turf, Langley United’s Div. 2 Sparta is facing the Richmond Athletics in the Provincial B Cup quarter-final.

That game kicks off at 830 p.m.

The winners will advance to the provincial semifinals May 3 or 4.

If Langley’s premier men win, they will be on the road for the semifinal.

Meanwhile, if the Sparta win, they will play host to the semifinal game.

On Saturday, May 10, the Provincial Cup championship games in all categories (men, women, U21, masters) will be held at Burnaby Lake West.

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