Fall 2018 Coaches - TBA Most team assignments have already been decided, however final announcements will not be made prior to tryouts due to the potential of multiple teams per division.
Hurricanes Parents & Coaches. Scott and I want to thank you for your spirit, support and passion for the children and the game we all enjoy. You should be very proud of all players and teams. We have come quite a long way from the beginning of this season, but also since Hurricanes began in 2008. Now with 16 teams playing, we are proud to have you all representing our club. This is a continuous learning process. With each training session and each tournament; all of us are developing as players, coaches and spectators. Development is amazing; to see the improvement from the beginning of the season to the end. Our coaches are excited to see how they progress into next season and beyond. We are lucky to have such great men and women coaching with us, and truly think of one another as family.
You remembered our club philosophy; that sportsmanship and spirit of competition are utmost importance in how we display and represent ourselves on and off the field. There are many complimentary stories from other clubs about our teams, players and parents. Thank you for that. At the end of the each game and season, this is what is most important; our character. Regardless of a win or lose in points; all the teams we play and all the parents that watch will remember us as a class-act organization. Thank you.
Who are the HURRICANES ? Hurricanes are the top players in the area and the highest level of soccer at PISA. Teams have the opportunity to enter 4 or 5 tournaments per season, and play some of the best teams in NC, SC, GA, VA. With this also comes a higher level of commitment if selected since teams will travel on a few weekends during the season. If selected for the team, the fees are all-inclusive to cover uniforms, coaching & tournaments. Hurricanes FAQ
U.S. Soccer’s birth-year registration mandate
As previously announced in September 2015, US Club Soccer will be implementing the U.S. Soccer Federation’s birth-year registration mandates on Aug. 1, 2016. This means that all youth competitions beginning Aug. 1, 2016 will be based on age group cut-offs of January 1 for each age group. Due to additional interpretative changes by U.S. Soccer since this announcement in how competition age groups are labeled, US Club Soccer and other sanctioning bodies are now clarifying the age group structures for the 2016-2017 season.
Beginning Aug. 1, 2016, all youth soccer sanctioning organizations will form competitions based on birth-year age groups.
The change to birth year age groups and to the “labels” for naming each age group have been made by U.S. Soccer. You may view a matrix here.