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Scholarship Fund – Popcorn Fundraiser

By Marikaye DeTemple | Nov 3, 2022 |

In our efforts to provide greater opportunities to play the beautiful game, we’re ramping up our efforts to build up our scholarship fund! This scholarship fund helps many families across all sites every year. For winter 2022, we’re running a Popcorn Fundraiser with Popcorn Envy! All proceeds go directly to the scholarship fund! $7/bag (3-6 cups…

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Protected: 2023 First Team Raffle

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Scholarship Fund – Fall Mum Fundraiser

By Marikaye DeTemple | Aug 29, 2022 |

In our efforts to provide greater opportunities to play the beautiful game, we’re ramping up our efforts to build up our scholarship fund! This scholarship fund helps many families across all sites every year. For fall 2022, we’re running a Mum Fundraiser with Bartsch Gardens (Hotspurs family!)! All proceeds go directly to the scholarship fund! 9″…

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New Site Beginning Fall 2022 – Hotspurs East

By Marikaye DeTemple | May 10, 2022 |

May 10th, 2022 – As we continue on our mission to move the game forward, we’re pleased to announce the Hotspurs family expanding to an East site beginning in the fall 2022 season.  In its inaugural season, Hotspurs East will focus development on U8-U12 players (Foundation Phase). The East site will be led by Dan…

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ELITE 64 WELCOMES ADDITIONAL 2 BOYS CLUBS AND 8 GIRLS CLUBS

By Marikaye DeTemple | Apr 20, 2022 |

FRISCO, Texas (April 20, 2022) — The US Youth Soccer National League is excited to announce the next two boys clubs and eight girls clubs that will compete as inaugural members of Elite 64. Boys Capital City SC (TX) South Texas Surf Select (TX) Girls Atlanta Fire United (GA) Dallas Cosmos Soccer Club (TX) Fort Wayne…

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Pittsburgh Hotspurs join United Women’s Soccer

By Marikaye DeTemple | Dec 16, 2021 |

This release originally appeared on UWS Soccer. Dec 16th, 2021 (Metuchen, NJ) – United Women’s Soccer is excited to announce the addition of Pittsburgh Hotspurs, set to begin play in 2022. The club will field a first team in the UWS national pro-am league and a second team in UWS League Two (UWS2) next season.…

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Hotspurs 2021 High School Achievements

By Marikaye DeTemple | Nov 30, 2021 |

Congratulations to the following College Prep Phase Hotspurs players on their achievements in their 2021 high school soccer season:   Butler Eagle Boys Soccer Honor Roll Connor Wallace Gabe Singh Landon Mohney Cody Lubinsky Hunter Berry PIAA Region 2 All-Stars Connor Wallace David Magliocca Kaleb Kuhn Jimmy Irani Trent Davey Hunter Berry Big 56 Anna…

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Providing a Path: Partnership with Emek Hefer (Israeli Premier Soccer League) Helps Dixon Veltri Go Pro

By Marikaye DeTemple | Nov 5, 2021 |

It’s a simple goal – provide players a path to get to the next step.  From a young kid looking to get onto the First Team when they ‘grow up,’ a high school player moving into a college program, or serving as a stepping stone to help a college athlete get to the highest level…

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NPSL ALUM MAX FLICK SHINES FOR NORTH CAROLINA FC

By Marikaye DeTemple | Oct 25, 2021 |

This is a repost of an article By Aaron Tomich/NPSL.com.  — Hard work, humility, and the ability to adjust and adapt are key elements to the story of success for center back Max Flick. Flick, a 27-year-old who hails from Pittsburgh, PA, has emulated consistency this past season playing for North Carolina Football Club, a…

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Summer 2021 Recap: First Year with the Men’s (NPSL) and Women’s (WPSL) Teams

By Marikaye DeTemple | Aug 8, 2021 |

The first official year of having both a Men’s and Women’s team under the Pittsburgh Hotspurs badge is in the books. In 2020 we were ecstatic to give players somewhere to continue to train. Although we braced ourselves for a challenging 2021 season, we can finally let that sigh of relief and relish in the…

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