Hill House United
BAYS Travel Soccer (Grade 3 to 6)
A competitive offering with top coaches to develop each and every player in the program. United will be entering Futsal Leagues this winter.
***New this spring: United Soccer Academy for 2nd Graders!***
The United Soccer Academy is a weekly soccer clinic for all 2nd graders aspiring to try out for the entry level 3rd grade team in the upcoming fall. These sessions will build upon the fundamentals they have learned through their Hill House U6 and U8 teams in the past and begin to develop more advanced, travel-level skills to prepare them for their new level of play. Professional coaching will be provided and work to formulate chemistry between prospective teammates and give them a head start on the competition.
Register now!: Mondays at 4:15
Hill House United Overview
Hill House United is a travel soccer program for more advanced soccer players looking to learn, commit, compete and develop their skills at a higher level. Teams will play against local towns' travel teams in the Boston Area Youth Soccer league (BAYS) in both the fall AND spring. Participation requires a significant commitment due to the travel involved. All travel is limited to the Greater Boston area.
Fall 2017 United Schedule and Standings
|Team||Grade 3 Boys||Grade 4 Boys||Grade 5 Boys||Grade 6 Boys||Grade 3 Girls||Grade 4 Girls||Grade 5 Girls||Grade 6 Girls|
|Coach||Coach Vinnie||Coach Alistair||Coach Larry||Coach Billy||Coach Shep||Coach Des||Coach Pat||Coach Mike and Meg|
|Schedule & Standings||2/C|| 2/C
Hill House United 2017-2018
Hill House has teams at Grade 3, 4, 5 and 6 for both boys and girls.
Grade 3 (formerly U9)
Players must be in third grade AND born in 2008 or later.
Grade 4 (formerly U10):
Players must be in third or fourth grade AND born in 2007 or later.
Grade 5 (formerly U11):
Players must be in the fifth grade or below AND born in 2006 or later.
Grade 6 (formerly U12):
Players must be in the sixth grade or below AND born in 2005 or later.
Hill House United has had it's annual tryouts. If you missed these tryouts and interested in joining the travel program, please contact Sam Renshaw, email@example.com .
Hill House United offers:
- A professional or club level head coach for each team
- Weekly team practice in the fall and spring
- Entry into Boston Area Youth Soccer League
- A full uniform for every player
- Weekly foot skills clinic in the fall and spring
Weekly "Foot Skills" clinic
Held on Mondays in the fall and spring seasons, these clinics are open to all Hill House United players and will be focused on ball manipulation and increasing technical skills. Every player will have a soccer ball and the emphasis will be on getting as many touches on the ball as possible while building up the complexity of skill each week. Each clinic will finish with small sided games where new skills will be encouraged to be used in a game situation. These clinics will be directed by the Hill House United Director of Coaching, Sam Renshaw.
Director of Coaching - Sam Renshaw
- NSCAA Director of Coaching Diploma
NSCAA National Diploma
- NSCAA Goalkeeping Level 1
- USC Futsal Level 1 Diploma
- FA Youth Award Module 1 & 2
- FA Level 1
- BS Business Studies and Sports Sciences
- Over ten years of youth soccer coaching in Europe, Africa and USA
- Coaching Director at English FA Elite Regional Academy
- Football Development Officer at English FA
- Head of Elite Performance (Soccer) - Isle of Man
- "Proformance Academy"coach (alongside Shalrie Joseph)
- Head coach at numerous MA club teams
- Regional manager at Play Soccer
- Academy manager at John Smith Sports Academy
Abbey Villa Soccer Club
Hill House United Coach Supplier
Abbey Villa S.C. ("AVSC") emphasizes a player-centered development approach based on the Dutch principle of play. This philosophy emphasizes developing complete players, technically and tactically, so they can perform in any situation on the field. AVSC's player development model focuses on building each player's technical ability within a controlled "pass and move" style of soccer with the objective to maintain possession of the ball. It believes that players at a young age (U8 to U18) taught to play this way will develop superior first touch and when older can easily adjust to a more direct ("kick and rush") game if and when the tactics demand.