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June 19-23 at Red Barn Batavia
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June 19-23 at Red Barn Batavia
KINGS HAMMER HOLIDAY FOOD DRIVE

Calling All Families! Each year Kings Hammer partners with various local charities to provide items of need around the holiday season for those less fortunate. This year, we would like to call on all Kings Hammer families to participate in a food drive to benefit Be Concerned, one of the largest “Free” food pantries in Northern, KY. 

Beginning Friday November 11 through December 1st, Kings Hammer will collect non-perishable food items to donate to Be Concerned. Items can be collected by teams or individual families and can simply be dropped off to the King Hammer Office at Town and Country. We want to encourage all teams in the club to participate and make this a competition between ALL teams in the club! Who doesn’t like a little competition for a good cause? Teams can collect food items from their families and include in a box or storage bin with their team name and age group on it. Who knows, the team with the most items donated might just receive a prize! We would love for all teams to participate and see if we can pack the office with donations! If you have any questions, please feel free to email Dave McIver at dave@kingshammer.com

About Be Concerned 

Be Concerned has operated one of the largest free food pantries in Northern Kentucky since 1987. We help low-income residents of Boone, Campbell, and Kenton counties each month. We are a 501 (c) (3) non-profit agency and all donations are tax deductible. 

Since 1968 when it began at the Christmas Store, Be Concerned has helped low-income families celebrate Christmas and maintain economic stability throughout the year. 

Until 1988, Be Concerned was an all-volunteer organization. Even today, volunteers provide most of the day to day service. As a result, Be Concerned operates on one third of the budget it would need with a fully paid staff. Be Concerned programs are supplemental and ongoing in nature so customers can minimize the need for emergency assistance. 

Those who qualify for Be Concerned programs personally choose what they receive.

Supplemental Tryouts

Kings Hammer Soccer Club is designed to develop players to their fullest potential by providing the highest level of 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 coaching staff includes several State, Regional, and National Coach of the Year award winners from US Youth Soccer and NSCAA. Player Development is our #1 priority.
  • 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 with questions and to attend:

U7-U9 Boys & Girls: Shawn Parker - shawn@kingshammer.com
U10-U12 Girls: Collin Brueggeman - collin@kingshammer.com
U10-U14 Boys: Ryan Handbury - ryan@kingshammer.com
U13-U18 Central Girls: Chris Black - chris@kingshammer.com
U13-U18 East Girls: Clay Revis - clay@kingshammer.com
U15-U18 Boys: Sam Miller - sam@kingshammer.com
U11-U18 Academy Girls: Tiffany Roberts - tiffany@kingshammer.com
U11-U18 Academy Boys: Kevin McCloskey - kevin@kingshammer.com
October Between the Lines
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Congratulations to the 3 KHA girls teams accepted into the US Youth Soccer National League for 2016-2017!

The KHA 01 Red- 16 girls, KHA 99 Red- 18 girls, KHA 98 Red- 19 girls teams have all been accepted into the US Youth Soccer National League for 2016-2017! Big congratulations to the teams and coaches for this great accomplishment! See the full story below. 


Field of 256 teams announced for expanded 2016-17 US Youth Soccer National League

 

 

See the list of 256 teams

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40 teams to earn direct path to 2016 US Youth Soccer National Championships
33 of 55 US Youth Soccer State Associations represented


FRISCO, Texas (Aug. 3, 2016) — US Youth Soccer is proud to announce the 256 teams that have earned their place for the 2016-17 US Youth Soccer National League season. The league, entering its 10th season, is home to the nation’s top Under-15 through Under-19 Boys and Girls soccer teams, with each team having an individual proven track record of continued success in US Youth Soccer programs.

The National League’s alumni have gone on to prove themselves at the collegiate and professional levels, with former players competing in NCAA Division I, II and III, Major League Soccer, National Women’s Soccer League, English Premier League, the UEFA Champions League and the FIFA Women’s World Cup. The top pick in the 2016 MLS SuperDraft (Jack Harrison) and the 2016 NWSL Draft (Emily Sonnett) are both former National League players.

2016-17 US Youth Soccer National League teams [Link]

National League competition will be held for the Under-15 (2002), Under-16 (2001), Under-17 (2000), Under-18 (1999) and Under-19 (1998-plus) Boys and Girls age groups. An expanded field for the 2016-17 season will see 16 teams earn their place in the National League in the Under-15 and Under-19 age groups, while 32 teams will qualify to compete in the Under-16 through Under-18 age groups.

The top two finishers from each Under-15 and Under-19 division, as well as the division winners in the Under-16 through Under-18 age groups, will earn an automatic berth to the 2017 US Youth Soccer National Championships, the oldest and most prestigious youth soccer national championship competition — to be held July 25-30, 2017 in Frisco, Texas. The four National League representatives will join the four Regional Champions for a total of eight qualifiers per age group at the National Championships in the Under-15 through Under-19 divisions.

The 2016-17 National League field includes 64 of the 72 Under-13 through Under-17 teams that qualified for the 2016 National Championships, 16 of the 20 finalists and nine of 10 champions. 

As is the case with the US Youth Soccer National Championship Series events and the US Youth Soccer Olympic Development Program, the National League creates another significant opportunity for the nation's collegiate, professional and national team staffs to see players in an environment of meaningful play. 

Last season, several National League players were invited into youth National Team camps, and many of the U-17 and U-18 players have committed to play collegiate soccer at some of the top programs in the country.

"The US Youth Soccer National League is expanding this season to continue to provide the top competition in the country for boys and girls, as each team must prove itself to gain entry into the league," said Paul Luchowski, National League commissioner. "National League teams have claimed 27 of 38 possible National Championships in the past four years, which speaks to the quality of the teams in the league and the value of the competition. Hundreds of collegiate, professional and national team scouts attend each National League date for just that reason."

The National League is an extension of the highly successful US Youth Soccer Regional Leagues (Eastern Regional League, Midwest Regional League, Southern Regional Premier League and Far West Regional League). The National League provides an avenue for teams to play in meaningful matches against top competition from across the country for continued development. In addition to recruiting opportunities, National League teams compete for the National League title and one of four slots from each gender age group to the annual US Youth Soccer National Championships.

The 2016-17 National League will consist of teams from 33 of the 55 US Youth Soccer State Associations. From Region I (East): Delaware, Eastern New York, Eastern Pennsylvania, Maryland, New Jersey, New York West, Pennsylvania West and Virginia; from Region II (Midwest): Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, Ohio North, Ohio South and Wisconsin; from Region III (South): Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, North Texas and South Texas; from Region IV (West): Arizona, California North, California South,  Nevada, Oregon, Utah and Washington.

Cal South has 29 teams in the league, while nine other State Associations have at least 10 teams competing in the National League in the upcoming season. Region II and Region III have the most teams in the league with 67 apiece, followed by Region I and Region IV with 61 each.

The seven-game season will begin with the National League Fall Showcase, as all 256 teams compete in Wilson, N.C. The girls will play their first Fall Showcase Dec. 1-4, and the boys will play Dec. 8-11. Half of the teams will participate in one of two other events, the first being in Orlando, Fla., alongside the Disney Soccer Showcase, Dec. 27-29 for the boys and Dec. 31-Jan. 2 for the girls. The final play date will be held in Las Vegas, alongside the Player’s College Showcase, March 10-12 for the boys and March 17-19 for the girls. The complete 2016-17 National League schedule will be announced in the fall.

Since its inception, National League teams have captured a combined 47 of 68 possible National Championships. In 2008, seven of the eight championship finals slots in the Under-15 and 16 age groups were won by National League teams, which resulted in the League's first four national championships. Since that inaugural year for the league, National League teams have continued to excel each year at the National Championships. Most recently in Frisco, National League teams took 32 of 40 possible semifinalist spots, represented 17 of 20 finalists and won eight of 10 possible National Championships.

For a list of past National League champions and history, click here.

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About US Youth Soccer National League - Formed in 2007, the US Youth Soccer National League was developed as a path of advancement for the top teams from the US Youth Soccer Regional Leagues. In addition to meaningful matches, development and identification, the league created a direct path to the annual US Youth Soccer National Championships.  League play features the Under-14 through Under-18 age groups for boys and girls who are seeking to advance their college, professional and U.S. National Team aspirations.  Learn more at USYouthSoccer.org/National_League/.

About the United States Youth Soccer Association (US Youth Soccer) – US Youth Soccer - "The Game for ALL Kids!®" is the largest youth sports organization in the country and largest member of the United States Soccer Federation, the governing body of soccer in the United States. US Youth Soccer registers more than 3 million players annually, ages 5 to 19, and over 900,000 administrators, coaches and volunteers in 55 member State Associations. US Youth Soccer programs provide a fun, safe and healthy environment for players at every level of the game. For more information, visitwww.USYouthSoccer.org.

Media Request: When referring to the United States Youth Soccer Association, the largest youth sports organization in the United States, please refer to the association only as US Youth Soccer, and never as USYS or USYSA. We appreciate your cooperation.

 
Kings Hammer Welcomes Jason Balach as Boy's GK Director

Kings Hammer is pleased to welcome Jason Balach to our boy's program as Goalkeeper Director. Jason comes to Kings Hammer from Indy Premier where he was a Head GK Coach and staff coach as well as the GK Coach for Ball State University. Jason's responsibilities will include overseeing GK training for our Academy, East, and Central boy's GK's and curriculum development. We are excited to have him bring a new level of GK training and development to Kings Hammer.

 

Coach Balach is excited to get started stating, " The opportunity to apply my soccer experience and knowledge gained from years of playing, training and coaching soccer to the Kings Hammer organization is equally humbling and exciting. Working together with the club staff, I look forward to developing and building a top shelf goalkeeping program; that prepares our youth to realize their full potential, and be successful with the Kings Hammer Soccer Club and beyond."

 

We are exited to have Jason joining our staff!

 

Jason Balach Resume Includes:

  • 4 year GK for NCAA Division I Wright State University
  • Played for Cincinnati Kings USL team
  • Indy Premier Staff Coach/ Head GK Coach- Present
  • Ball State Women's Asst Coach. Head GK Coach- Present
  • Indiana ODP Program- GK Coach- 2014-Present
  • IUPUI Men's Soccer Asst Coach/ GK Coach- Aug 2014-July 2015
  • Noblesville United Boys/Girls Staff/ GK Coach- Aug 2010-June 2014
  • Indianapolis Premier SC Boys Staff/ GK Coach- Nov 2009-June 2014
  • Started Indianapolis GK Union- Year around GK training program Sept 2013-Present
National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) and KHSC are continuing their Member Club partnership!

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

Kings Hammer Soccer Club coaches will receive an $80.00 rate on individual membership with the NSCAA, a $15.00 discount off the normal price. 

Click here to check out all the member benefits!

*The promo code is code for the entire term of the partnership, and applies to new, renewing, and past members.  Please enter the code on the payment page in the promo code field, and click apply.

Membership Code: HAMMER16

Rate: $80.00

Click here to register now!

Please contact Andrew McGinnis, Club Development Coordinator at 816-471-1941 ext: 1029 or amcginnis@nscaa.com if you have any questions regarding NSCAA individual membership.

21st Annual Special Olympics Spring Soccer Tournament hosted by Kings Hammer Soccer Club in partnership with FC Cincinnati

CINCINNATI (For Immediate Release) – Kings Hammer Soccer Club hosts the 21st annual Special Olympics Spring Soccer Tournament on Saturday, May 21st, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., at Four Seasons Marina, 4609 Kellogg Avenue in Cincinnati.  Over 150 players from Special Olympics Hamilton County and Special Olympics Kentucky will participate as teams attempt to qualify for Special Olympics Kentucky and Special Olympics Ohio State Summer Games. 

Kings Hammer has raised thousands of dollars for Special Olympics over the years at the Tournament and, in partnership with FC Cincinnati, plans for its best one yet.  FC Cincinnati players will be on hand to sign autographs, while Kings Hammer coaches and players will serve as volunteer coaches and run skills stations during the matches. 

If you are interested in sponsoring the event, contact Connor McDermott at 
mcdermottc1@nku.edu or (859)240-4621.

U7-U10: Developing a Better Player
2016-2017 Academy Coaches Announced

Hoist is offering all Kings Hammer Soccer Club teams special pricing on cases of their product for the upcoming fall soccer season. In addition, 25% of all sales will go directly back to Kings Hammer Soccer Club! Hoist is a great way to keep your layers hydrated. To place your order today contact Hoist at orders@drinkhoist or call (513)267-2137. To learn more about their product, flavors and pricing, click here.

          

 
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