The High Country Soccer Association is proud to announce that Booneshine Brewing Company is the new title sponsor of the Adult Soccer League. Booneshine replaces Appalachian Mountain Brewery, which has sponsored the league for the past 10 years.
“We are excited about our new partnership with Booneshine,” said HCSA Executive Director Rick Suyao. “AMB have been a fantastic partner over the past 10 years, and we appreciate everything they have brought to the adult league, but Booneshine, being right next to the Ted Mackorell Soccer Complex, is just a natural fit. There are so many partnership opportunities we can collaborate on.
This spring, there are four adult league levels: Gold, Silver, Bronze and 35+. Booneshine Adult League player skill levels range from recreational players and women of all ages (Bronze and 35+) to highly competitive players and college alumni (Gold Division). HCSA currently serves over 300 adult football players (in addition to providing youth training) in the NC High Country. The Boone-based football club is always looking for new ways to continue to grow the local football community to include all players and skill levels.
“At Booneshine Brewing, our mission is to make the High Country a better place,” says Tim Herdklotz, co-owner and president. “Supporting the High Country Soccer Association fits the mission perfectly. We look forward to the partnership.
The Booneshine Adult League is a 7v7 league played on half a regulation football pitch. Each team consists of 7 to 10 players. If you don’t have a team, visit the HCSA website at www.hcsoccer.com and register as a free agent to be placed on an existing team at the level of play you have requested.
The entry deadline for the Booneshine Adult League is March 8 and the season runs from March 15 through early May. Each team will play a minimum of eight league games, with each league having a playoff format based on the number of teams in the league. Team Captains are responsible for registering their team on www.hcsoccer.com, as well as submitting the registration fee and team roster to the Booneshine Adult League Social prior to the start of the season. . The price is $65 per player, and each player must pay before being allowed to play. There is a strict late registration fee of $75 per player.
For more information on HCSA Adult Soccer options, visit www.hcsoccer.com/adult or see the @HC Soccer Adult League Facebook page.
Booneshine Adult Football League
Online registration: Now through March 8 at www.hcsoccer.com/adult
Registration: March 8 at Booneshine Brewing Company, 465 Industrial Park, Boone
Team fees: $65 per player (9-12 recommended players per team), $75 late fee
Booneshine Spring Adult League Season: March 15 – early May
The fields: Ted Mackorell Football Complex, Boone
Other upcoming High Country Soccer programs:
The U10 Academy starts on March 7
U8 Academy starts on March 8
U6 Academy starts March 8
The U10-U15 (Rec) challenge starts on March 10
The U11-U19 travel team’s spring season has begun. If you are still interested in joining a team, contact [email protected]. Travel team trials for 2022/23 begin the week of May 23.
Visit www.hcsoccer.com for more information and to register for all soccer programs.