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The Canadian Premier League’s #GotGame Open Trials are fast approaching, and coaches from across the country are gearing up to watch and analyze young, talented soccer players from coast to coast.

But one prospective trialist isn’t going to wait until the tryouts kick off to show he’s got game.

Check this out:

As the trials get set to start — first, in Halifax on Sept. 20-21, then heading westward through Montreal (Sept. 27-28), Hamilton (October 1-2), Toronto (Oct. 11-12), Winnipeg (Oct. 18-19), Calgary (Oct. 25-26), and Vancouver Island (November 5-6) – fans, footballers and followers of the league have been Tweeting their anticipation for the nationwide tryout.

Here are a few more social media reactions to the #GotGame Open Trials announcement, starting with some clubs, coaches and owners offering their words of encouragement for prospective trialists:

Other youth soccer clubs, athletes and sports organizations like analytics company Kinduct weighed in on the value of trials:

Some young hopefuls shared their eager anticipation for the coast-to-coast tryout:

Fans and supporters groups were also excited for the prospect of new talent being unearthed in Canada:


To register for trials, check out the links, below:

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