Heart of the City to hold club soccer tryouts

 
Submitted by Leah Perri
Posted4/16/2019 2:04 PM
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  • A Heart of the City athlete dribbles down the pitch at a tournament in February. Heart of the City will hold tryouts for their competitive travel soccer program for boys and girls ages 8-19 May 6-10.

    A Heart of the City athlete dribbles down the pitch at a tournament in February. Heart of the City will hold tryouts for their competitive travel soccer program for boys and girls ages 8-19 May 6-10. Courtesy of Leah Perri

Heart of the City invites boys and girls ages 8-19 to tryout for HOTC Elite, a competitive travel soccer program with year-round training.

Tryouts will be held May 6-7 at the Waukegan SportsPark for girls and boys born in 2006-11 and for high school boys, and May 9-10 for high school girls.

HOTC Elite puts a high emphasis on developing individual players with age appropriate curriculum. HOTC Elite club soccer fees are $500-$750, with flexible payment plans. The club trains and plays in top-notch facilities with professionally certified coaches.

Heart of the City believes that playing competitive sports offers a potential pathway for athletes to play in college and beyond and also teaches children important life lessons, such as discipline, commitment, and how to deal with failure, while providing structure and lifelong friends and mentors.

Register for tryouts for free by April 26. A $10 fee will be charged after the deadline and for walk-ins. For more information and to register, visit www.heartofthecitysports.org or call (847) 672-9732.

Founded in 2014 by community members, Heart of the City provides an opportunity for youth in Lake County to participate in recreational and competitive soccer activities.

They believe that all youth should have access to high-quality sports programs and to academic learning opportunities, and they endeavor to teach players to be competitive on the field, successful in their school and productive in their community.

To learn more, email info@heartofthecitysports.org or visit www.heartofthecitysports.org.

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