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Hartselle Enquirer

Hartselle United announces 2024 fall soccer tryouts 

By Staff Reports  

Hartselle United is inviting young soccer enthusiasts to take their game to the next level with their fall 2024 tryouts. Known for offering competitive club soccer at reasonable prices, Hartselle United features experienced state-certified coaches and strong competition across North Alabama. 

Prospective players and their families can find comprehensive information about the club’s costs, seasonal games and tournaments, team culture and the HUFC lifestyle online at www.hartselleunitedsoccer.com  

This year, HUFC is introducing a new tryout format. Interested players can visit the “HUFC Tryouts” section on the website’s homepage and complete the “Hartselle United Tryout Form.” This quick, two-minute form will be available June 2. After submission, applicants will receive a confirmation email and a follow-up from a HUFC representative between June 3-7 to schedule player evaluations, available in both individual and team formats to accommodate busy summer schedules.  

Hartselle United is looking for boys and girls from third to ninth grades for the 2024 school year. Current HUFC players do not need to reapply but should notify their coach by June 8 if they are not returning for the fall season.  

The club is also seeking passionate and motivated individuals to join as coaches, assistant coaches, volunteers or team managers. Interested candidates can apply through the “Coach Application” form under the “HUFC Coaches” section on the website. A club representative will respond within three days to discuss available positions.  

Additionally, HUFC offers financial assistance for team fees and uniforms, thanks to generous sponsors listed on the website. Families needing support should not hesitate to apply.  

For further questions, contact Hartselle United at HUCSoccer@outlook.com.
 

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