New Hampshire has so many soccer clubs and associations. In this article, we give you slight details about some of them.
FC Stars NH
This club is dedicated to the development, well-being, and success of soccer players. Its teams have produced state cup winners, regional semi-finalists, national tournament participants, regional champions, and scores of collegiate athletes.
This is a non-profit soccer club that offers programs, camps, and clinics for boys and girls ages 5 and above to support growth and love for the sport of soccer.
Seacoast United Soccer Club
This club has branches throughout New Hampshire, Massachusetts, and Maine. The club’s teams operate a “pool system” that allows for player movement throughout the year. Players are challenged in a fast-paced environment, providing the opportunity to express themselves both in training and on game day.
Rochester Youth Soccer Association
This association provides spring, summer, and fall recreational soccer and spring and fall travel soccer programs for kids from ages 3 to 18 years old.
Hudson United Soccer Club, Hudson NH
Based in Hudson, New Hampshire, this club provides a quality soccer experience for youths by developing their skills and understanding of the game while promoting good sportsmanship.
Amherst Soccer Club/Hampshire United Soccer Club
This club’s program is in two phases. Amherst Soccer Club is a developmental program for players between 3 to 9 years old and it is in the Hillsborough County area. Then players between the ages of 9 to18 play for Hampshire United SC. This provides players with the opportunity to learn, train, and compete with similar-skilled peers under the tutelage of highly qualified coaches.
Bow Soccer Club
This club competes in the New Hampshire Soccer League and is primarily comprised of coaches that have proper licensing and training for kids of diverse age levels. Players are evaluated and selected to teams that are commensurate with their ages and abilities.
Nashua World Cup Soccer Club
This club provides young soccer players with the opportunity to play competitive soccer at the highest level permitted by the United States Youth Soccer Association. The club competes for league, state, regional, and national championships in the applicable age divisions.
There are so many soccer clubs in New Hampshire, but we have been able to present you with some of the well-known ones. For further suggestions contact us.