Football/Soccer in Taichung

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Football/Soccer in Taichung

Postby thenotee » 04 May 2012, 17:56

Hi everyone, first post.

Moving to live in Taichung in August and just wondering what the football (soccer) scene is like in Taiwan in general.

I play at a fairly good level and was wondering if there are leagues available for non-professionals to join or local teams etc.

Do these exist over there?

Thanks ! :)
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Re: Football/Soccer in Taiwan

Postby Compass1 » 10 May 2012, 09:31

There are currently 3 foreign football (soccer) teams in Taichung. The longest-running (and, in my opinion, the best!) side is Compass Taichung FC. You can check out our website at www.taichungcompassfc.com and get in touch with them at doug@taiwanfun.com. We have matches most weekends and regularly play other foreign and local sides, as well as tournaments.

There are open Wednesday-night kick-arounds 8-10 p.m. each week (weather permitting) for foreigners who are serious about football and this is also a good way to get acquainted with everyone and, hopefullly, link up with a team.
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Re: Football/Soccer in Taiwan

Postby taichungfootballer » 20 Jun 2012, 12:35

Take a look at our website. We are a soccer team in Taichung always looking for new players.
www.taichungsoccer.com
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