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Congratulations to Sarah Wampler for being invited to the ODP Girls National Training Camp!

Congratulations to Sarah Wampler for being invited to the ODP Girls National Training Camp in Florida on Jan 22-27. More than 200 top athletes have been selected across 3 age groups.

Training will be led by U.S. Soccer Staff Coach and Marantha Baptist University Coach, Jeff Pill, who has over 40 years of experience in the sport and has worked with the Women’s National Teams at both the youth and senior levels. Numerous college coaches are set to attend the National Training Camp throughout the week, as well as U.S. Soccer scouts including U.S. Soccer Technical Director April Heinrichs.

The Girls National Training Camp focuses on highlighting players’ individual talents as well as providing them with new tools and ideas through challenging daytime training and small-sided games. Players will have the opportunity to work alongside some of the nation’s top coaches to enhance their problem solving skills within the game, and further their technical and tactical abilities.

US Youth Soccer ODP has continued its tradition of elite competition and player development for more than 35 years, and is the only development program that can claim members of Major League Soccer, the National Women’s Soccer League, and a majority of current and past national and youth national team members as alumni. US Youth Soccer ODP is the nation's original player identification program, and with programs in all 55 US Youth Soccer State Associations, is available to any player, regardless of hometown or club affiliation. To learn more, visit  http://www.usyouthsoccer.org/programs/OlympicDevelopmentProgram/.

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Congratulations to Sarah Wampler for being invited to the ODP Girls National Training Camp!

Congratulations to Sarah Wampler for being invited to the ODP Girls National Training Camp in Florida on Jan 22-27. More than 200 top athletes have been selected across 3 age groups.

Training will be led by U.S. Soccer Staff Coach and Marantha Baptist University Coach, Jeff Pill, who has over 40 years of experience in the sport and has worked with the Women’s National Teams at both the youth and senior levels. Numerous college coaches are set to attend the National Training Camp throughout the week, as well as U.S. Soccer scouts including U.S. Soccer Technical Director April Heinrichs.

The Girls National Training Camp focuses on highlighting players’ individual talents as well as providing them with new tools and ideas through challenging daytime training and small-sided games. Players will have the opportunity to work alongside some of the nation’s top coaches to enhance their problem solving skills within the game, and further their technical and tactical abilities.

US Youth Soccer ODP has continued its tradition of elite competition and player development for more than 35 years, and is the only development program that can claim members of Major League Soccer, the National Women’s Soccer League, and a majority of current and past national and youth national team members as alumni. US Youth Soccer ODP is the nation's original player identification program, and with programs in all 55 US Youth Soccer State Associations, is available to any player, regardless of hometown or club affiliation. To learn more, visit  http://www.usyouthsoccer.org/programs/OlympicDevelopmentProgram/.

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USL Super-Y 2015

Winter Training

Kings Hammer Soccer Club is designed to develop players to their fullest potential by providing the highest level of training and programming in Greater Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky.

  • Kings Hammer SC has a long history of success including winning a National Championship, several Regional Championships and many State Championships.
  • Hundreds of Kings Hammer SC players have gone on to play NCAA Division I, II, III and NAIA soccer.
  • Kings Hammer SC also has a long history of coaches and players being chosen to participate in the Olympic Development Program. 

Contact the appropriate Director below for more details:
U7-U9 Girls: Tiffany Roberts- tiffany@kingshammer.com
U7-U9 Boys: Dave McIver- dave@kingshammer.com
U10-U12 Girls: Collin Brueggeman- collin@kingshammer.com
U10-U12 Boys: Ryan Hanbury- ryan@kingshammer.com
U13-U18 Girls Central: Chris Black- chris@kingshammer.com
U13-U18 Girls East: Clay Revis- clay@kingshammer.com
U13-U18 Boys: Kevin McCloskey- kevin@kingshammer.com
U11-U18 Academy Girls: Tiffany Roberts- tiffany@kingshammer.com
U11-U18 Academy Boys: Dave McIver- dave@kingshammer.com

Kings Hammer U17 Red Capture Disney Soccer Showcase

The Kings Hammer Academy U17 Boy's Red team travelled to Orlando Fl to compete in the Disney Soccer Showcase December 27-30. The team finished with 3 wins and a draw to capture their second consecutive Disney Showcase Championship defeating Indiana Fire JR's 2-1 in the final. The team gave up 1 goal in 360 minutes of play and has now only given up 1 goal in the last two trips to Disney. Congrats on a solid performance.

Kings Hammer U12 East Player Tyler Bolte Travels to Barcelona

Kings Hammer East U12 Player Tyler Bolte recently attended a trip to Barcelona, Spain with ISL Club Barcelona. Tyler attended a camp over the summer in Louisville, KY where he was one of 70 players selected from the 1100 kids that attended the (5) camps in 5 states to attend this 10 day program in Spain. During this once in a lifetime trip,Tyler trained, played, and watched professional matches throughout the week while also learning more about the Spanish culture.  We asked Tyler to recount his journey and summarize the trip in his own words.  You can read Tyler’s thoughts below.  Congratulations Tyler and we are so glad you enjoyed the experience! Thank you for sharing with all of us at Kings Hammer!

"My ISL Club Barcelona trip was awesome.  I met so many new people and the coaches were so great.  They could do anything with a soccer ball - their skills were sick!  They trained us with the same drills that their pro team uses.  Some were tough and some were really tough!  We trained at the professional stadium Europolis  5 days in a row and they worked us really hard with very few breaks.  I can see why they are so good because they trained us the same way they train. We even got to train on the Beach one day.  A little windy but different and super hard to run and move the ball.  We played sand soccer and worked on team drills - totally cool.

While we were in Barcelona, we got to see Barcelona FC play Sevilla.  Messi scored a hat trick and broke the all-time Spanish La Liga scoring record.  Watching Messi, Neymar, and Suarez play in person was so much cooler than on TV because we got to sit so close to the field.  Row 1 - 10 directly behind the goal.  They are so fast and their moves are awesome.  Sevilla did not have a chance.  Barca won 4-1.

Our visit to the Barcelona FC Academy to watch the U-15 team play against a U-16 team was impressive.  The Barca team won 7-1 and made it look easy.  They moved the ball just like the pro team.  The field that they played on was better than any golf course that I had ever seen.  Everything was the best of the best.  And while we were there, Messi, Neymar and the rest of team 1 were practicing.  They were getting ready for their UEFA game against Valencia and although they would not let us see them or get close to them we knew they were there.  

Our director, Marco Segarra, was able to set up a meet and greet with Marc Bartra, the future center back once Pique is gone, and Rafinha, the 21 year old Brazilian who will soon be a superstar.  Later, we were surprised with an autographed soccer ball from Bartra.  That was too cool.

I am so glad that my mom and dad took me to the ISL camp in Louisville because I met so many new friends and great coaches.  It was such a great experience for me, once in a life time.  I learned so much and saw so many different things.  When the ISL camp comes to the Cincinnati area next year I am going to go and I hope that I can make the list to go to Barcelona again."  

 
Kings Hammer and NSCAA Partner!

We are pleased to announce that the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) and Kings Hammer Soccer Club are entering into a Member Club partnership to offer the club's coaches a variety of benefits provided by the NSCAA!

 

"Kings Hammer Soccer Club is excited to partner with the NSCAA through the Member Club Program," said Dave McIver, Men's Executive Director. "This will provide our coaches and staff additional access to educational opportunities as well as other benefits that will positively impact the club. We are looking forward to working with the NSCAA and the Member Club Program."

Kings Hammer coaches will receive a $15.00 discount on individual membership with the NSCAA.  Individual membership benefits include:

  • Subscription to the Soccer Journal, the official publication of the NSCAA which includes session plans, articles, and interviews

It is easy to renew or sign up for individual membership; all you have to do is click here and use the promo code HAMMER2014 to receive your discount!
 

Kings Hammer coaches will also receive a 10% discount on any NSCAA event registration.  This includes the 2014 Summer Symposium and the 2015 NSCAA Convention in Philadelphia, PA.  

Summer Symposium Promo Code: MCSS2014

Promo Code: HAMMER2014

Join or Renew Now!

Kings Hammer coaches will also have access to a club session template provided by Academy Soccer Coach.  This template allows you to create drills for your practices and coaching activities.  To utilize this template, please contact your Member Club representative Dave McIver for the login information.

 

If you have any questions regarding the NSCAA or NSCAA individual membership please contact Andrew McGinnis at (913) 362-1747 Ext: 1029 or amcginnis@nscaa.com

Tiffany Roberts named the 2014 OSYSA Girls Competitive Coach of the Year

Congratulations to the 2014 Ohio South Youth Soccer Award winners!!
Ohio South Youth Soccer would like to thank the award winners for all the time, effort and hard work these individuals have dedicated to youth soccer.

Congratulations to Josh Koch for being named the 2014 OSYSA Boys Competitive Coach of the Year
Josh is extremely involved in the soccer local community.  He has been head coach and assistant coach for several years of the Delaware Knights MOSSL Teams.  Josh teaches his players that sportsmanship is the most important part of the game.  His players are always striving for perfection.  They are always looking for ways to improve the game, whether it is watching  other teams games, going to Columbus Crew games, or just by putting in extra practice time. Josh believes and instills in his players that you have to put your best foot forward at all times on and off the field. 

Congratulations to Tiffany Roberts for being named the 2014 OSYSA Girls Competitive Coach of the Year
Tiffany has a joy and love for the game that can't be matched.  She played throughout youth, high school and college.  Coach Roberts plays an active role in coaching, training, mentoring and guiding hundreds of youth as part of her roles as Executive Director of Coaching for the Kings Hammer Academy Girls.  One can witness during practices or games the joy she has teaching the game she loves so much.  She spends most of her energy and effort instructively teaching the game,  encouraging the kids in trying new and creative approaches and supporting them regardless of the result of the given game. 

Congratulations to Kelly Mock for being named the 2014 OSYSA Administrator of the Year
Kelly was an intern of Crew Juniors for 2 years and helped in every area possible until she finally took the West Administration role.  She has been the West Administrator  for just over a year and has done a tremendous job keeping everything organized, working with team administrators making sure they stay on top of their teams, and being personable with many parents.  Kelly has many responsibilities and is pulled any many different directions, but she is still able to manage all three jobs very well and still keep a smile on her face. 

Congratulations to Michael Kosky for being named the 2014 OSYSA Volunteer of the Year
Michael became active in youth soccer over 35 years ago.  He started out as a parent coach and referee.  Seeing soccer organizations trying to grow and improve, he got involved and made a difference.  Mike has touched the lives of over 200,000 children that wished to play the great sport of soccer in Ohio, Indiana and Kentucky.  He used his expertise in creating leagues to build some of the strongest leagues within Ohio South Youth Soccer.

Congratulations to Morgan Shiveley for being named the 2014 OSYSA TOPSoccer Buddy of the Year
Morgan joined Cincinnati TOPSoccer as a freshman in high school.  She was part of the group of elite soccer players who came as a team to help with a TOPSoccer summer camp.  She quickly fell in love with the program and with the kids involved.  She was eager to continue working with the kids after the camp and volunteered  for next 4 years.  Morgan is an amazing, selfless volunteer  and one of the best on-field buddies.  The bond she has developed with the players is lasting and true both on and off the field. 

Congratulations to Luke Thomas for being named the 2014 OSYSA Male Young Referee of the Year
Luke started playing soccer at a very young age and currently still playing.  Organized youth soccer programs that Luke has been associated with helped shape his character by teaching life skills and having an overall drive to want to be the best at everything he does in life.  He  was accepted to participate at the two- day Entry Level Academy.  He was an excellent student and expanded his soccer knowledge during the two- day event.  Luke promotes the game of soccer by playing as much as possible. 

Congratulations to Lina Spada for being named the 2014 OSYSA Female Young Referee of the Year
Lina became involved with soccer when she was 11 years old.  Her love of the game has progressed to playing year round select, indoor, high school levels. Additionally, she referees recreational, select and indoor soccer.  Soccer made her a better-rounded young lady who is open and friendly with everyone she comes in contact with. She is always asking questions and gaining knowledge from more experienced referees and has post game conversations about different observations of the game played.  She is working toward upgrading her USSF grade and will continue to advance in her referee career.

It is always nice to hear good feedback from our opponents especially respected clubs within the area:
 
"I am a parent of one of the girls on a Kolping team, and I just wanted to tell you that I have never seen better coached group of girls of that age ever. I was very impressed with your team, and I think sometimes people should be congratulated on a job well done. My daughter was so lost during the game she didn’t know which way to look. She is usually the scorer of the team and she was flat out intimidated."
 
"I want to let you know how impressed I was with your team’s passing today. Your girls passed the ball all over the field and did an excellent job finding open space without the ball. I have never seen a team at this age level pass the ball back to the defense on a kick off and I was very impressed. I preach passing and moving without the ball to my girls and they saw first hand today how passing can really make a difference. Those girls have a bright future if they continue their superb passing."
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