GI Heartland Soccer: Welcome

Sunday, February 16
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Spring 2014 Soccer Season

Just a reminder that the Spring Season is coming up fast.   Registration for the Spring Season closes on March 2, 2014. Only those players who who did not register for both the Fall and Spring seasons need to register. Games will commence on April 5 and run through Championship Weekend on May 16th and 17th. Games will continue to be played on Saturdays in the morning and early afternoon with one exception.  Due to a conflict, games will be played on Sunday afternoon on April 13th instead of April 12th.  There will be no games on Easter weekend.

Skills Nights

Due to the commitment of our high school coaches and players, there will be no Skills Nights during the Spring season.  Coaches are encouraged to check out the Nebraska State Soccer Association's site for age-appropriate articles and training sessions.  You can find this site at http://www.nebraskastatesoccer.org/education/coachhome.aspx

We encourage all players and families to support our area high school men's and women's soccer teams. 

 A Great Soccer Value

With the manual registration fee players receive a full uniform they can keep, two seasons of soccer (Fall and Spring). Soccer games will be played at the new Veterans Soccer Complex in Grand Island. GI Heartland Soccer will be a local youth league, not a travel program. The Heartland FC (Heartland Futbol) will continue to have competitve travel teams.

Quality Coaching

Heartland FC's Club Coach, James Panowicz, and high school soccer players will be heavily involved in coaching development, player instruction, etc. 

Referees 

The Club is looking for individuals who would be interested in becoming a certified referee.  Anyone interested must be at least 13-years old at the time of the certification course. Please contact any of the board members if you are interested. 

Volunteers Welcome!

Make plans now to be a part of this fantastic venture. Please contact us if you would like to be involved in planning, organizing, volunteering, etc.. We can use the help of good motivated people to make this a well organized and educational experience for all the kids.  The Club is organizing a Parental Advisory Committee.  If you are interested in helping the Club, please contact Jeremy Jensen.

Home of the Grand Island, Nebraska youth recreational soccer club. Teams organized by grade (K-8).



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