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December 27, 2012

Soccer Tournament

HAMPSTEAD — Seacoast United Storm will host their first annual Winter Indoor Tournament to celebrate the close of its first year in operation. The tournament will take place at the Phanzone in Hampstead on Thurs., December 27 for U8 Coed, U9 and U10 Boys and on Fri., Dec. 28 for U12 Boys and U11/U12 Girls.

“Seacoast United Storm aims to create relationships with local communities and to help them in any way possible can to enhance their soccer programs” said Ian Burgess, Seacoast United’s Chief Operating Officer. “What better way to end the year then to see young soccer players showcasing their skill and having fun at a local an indoor tournament.”

Seacoast United Storm formed as a result of Seacoast United and the NH Phantoms joining forces in order to create better opportunities for players and families within the Salem/Hampstead. The company’s primary objective is to raise the level of quality coaching and available programs as well as parental and player satisfaction leading to increased player participation and retention within the sport of soccer.

Entry fees are $250.00 per team and registration is available online at www.seacoastunitedstorm.com.

“The tournament will begin at 9 a.m. each day and will incorporate food, music and awards for a festive atmosphere,” said Seacoast United Storm Director Drew Warwick. “We hope this develops into a great tradition.”

For more information on the Winter Indoor Tournament and Seacoast United Storm Soccer Club teams and programs, please visit www.seacoastunitedstorm.com.

 

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