Hobe Sound Soccer Club ... all about soccer in Hobe Sound
Our mission is to foster the physical, mental and emotional growth and development of the children in our community through the sport of soccer
The game for all kids in Hobe Sound! Check out what we have to offer and please feel free to get in touch with us with whatever questions you have. We look forward to having you on our team!
Hobe Sound Soccer Club is tax-exempt under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Our federal identification number is 65-0143123. Contributions to the club are tax-deductible.
The HSSC is excited to announce the Spring TOPSoccer Season will begin in March 6-May 8 at William G. “Doc” Myers Park in Hobe Sound. TOPSoccer (The Outreach Program for Soccer) is a community-based soccer program that is designed to meet the needs of children with physical and/or mental disabilities. Player participation and development are key elements of the program and players are placed on teams according to physical and cognitive ability and NOT necessarily by age. TOPSoccer is designed to improve the overall fitness, self-esteem and social skills of the participating athletes.
GIve back to the community by volunteering with TOPSoccer. Make an impact on these special players!!!
All-Star Academy – 12 Week Recreational Soccer Program for Players ages 8u– 17u years old (2012 - 2001) Participants in the All-Star Academy play in the Treasure Coast Soccer League’s Development Pathway League (DPL). DPL is designed to continue the development of a young Player’s technical skills, soccer knowledge and confidence on the field. Generally, All-Star Academy players have already been identified by HSSC Staff members as high-potential up-and-coming stars.
Registration Fee - $185.00 Includes an All-Star Jersey and a Soccer Ball. Payment Plan (up to 2)may be available depending on the date of Registration. Full payment is required before the first All- Star Games begins.
Program Details – Jan 13th – April 20th, Practices are scheduled for Mondays & Wednesdays from 6:00pm – 7:30PM, William G. “Doc” Myers Park,
Training - One training session a week will be given by a USSF/ European licensed Coach, and one session a week will be coached by the parent volunteer. Volunteer Parent Coaches from the previous HSSC Fall Recreational Season may coach for the Spring Season, and new parent volunteers can register as a Volunteer during the registration process. All-star Academy participants train twice each week, and also play either a bi-monthly Treasure Coast Soccer League (TCSL) Jamboree for U9’s, or a Development Pathway League (DPL) game every weekend, for ages U10 & Up.
We try to train all players with other players’ equivalent to their own level, so their may be COED teams and/or some players may need to play up in age group to facilitate their play.
Micro Academy – This is an 8 week Recreational Soccer Program for children ages 4 to 8 years old. Ideal for both new and experienced players. HSSC coaches will build on skills learned during the Fall season and continue to give each player the opportunity to develop their talents using the “play, practice, play” model of training, cultivating the love of “the beautiful game” of soccer. “Play, practice, play” means more game play (which kids love), and fewer drills. Groups are based on age and ability, with a ratio of no more than 1 coach to 12 players. Players can expect lots of touches on the ball which is great for overall personal development in a safe fun environment.
Registration Fee - $89.00 Includes a Micro Academy Jersey or T-Shirt and a Soccer Ball. Payment Plan (up to 2) may be available depending on the date of Registration. Full payment is required before the first practice begins.
Program Details – Feb. 26th – April 20th, Practice on Wednesday Evenings 5:45pm – 6:45pm, Games on Saturday mornings 9:30am – 10:30am. William G “Doc” Myers Park.
Interested in supporting soccer kids here in your community? Become a sponsor and make a difference.
Looking to renew your yearly certification visit http://flsrc.org/register/annual-recertification/ must be done by 7/1/2019 so you can ref in 2019/20 season.
New refs can also get started at: http://flsrc.org/register/become-a-referee/
FYSA is sponsoring a program where new refs under 18 get a starter kit free of charge once they pass the course. This would be good information to send out to the club, especially the U13-U18 ages.
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