Updated August1, 2022:
Our registration for FALL 2022 is Open!
If you’re new and would like to come meet us in person, or you have a friend who’d like to meet us, you can come to one of our “Registration Events”.
First Practice will be September 7, at our home field at Jack D. Hughes Memorial Park. Last game is expected to be around November 7, depending on how the team does in the MARS End of Season Tournament. We will take a one week break for “Fall Break”.
Practices for our players, ages 12 to 14 will be on Mondays AND Wendensdays, from 6:50pm to 8:00pm.
Games will start on Saturdays or Sundays between 8am and 5pm depending on the schedule of our league, MARS.
MARS usually releases the schedule ONE WEEK BEFORE the start of the season. As soon as they do, we will immediately post the schedule on our site here
To get an idea of what practice and games look like, we have some pictures here.
The Head Coach for this group is Coach Graham. He is assisted by Coach Nick. Other assistant coaches may vary as well.
NEW: – “Specialty Practice” – Our founder Nick played soccer in college. Because of that, we have some friends at Johnson and Wales University who have generously agreed to have their Head Coach and players run a “Specialty Practice” for all of our Hope teams. The location of this “Specialty Practice” will be announced later this season. A second “Specialty Practice” will likely be done with the Head Coach and Team from Queens University of Charlotte this Spring as well.
NEW: – “Parent Orientation” – We will hold several “Parent Orientation” events this season. We will show new parents where you child will practice, tell you who their coach will be, show you how to get the schedule from our site, etc. We encourage everyone to come, especially if you are new to Hope. Times and dates will be announced soon!
If you would rather speak to someone in Spanish, please text us at 704 907 9346 and we’ll have Coach Greison call you.
Covid Measures: We haven’t worn masks in a while. Last season seemed like very much back to normal and we loved it. We still ask that if you have symptoms, you take time off. Our organization and the park follow CDC guidelines. If anything changes, we’ll change with it. In our experience, all soccer organizations end up doing the same thing in regards to masks and safety measures.