Please visit the registration tab to register your child for the 2017 Spring and Fall Seasons! We are offering teams for birth years of 2002 thru 2014.
Established In 1977, Hatboro-Horsham Soccer Club (HHSC) aims to provide a safe, fun environment for children and parents to enjoy the game of soccer. Players welcome from all communities... there are no geographic restrictions in soccer! We are proud members of the Eastern Pennsylvania Youth Soccer Association (EPYSA) and Inter-County Soccer League.
CO-ED YOUTH INTRAMURAL PROGRAM
For children under 10 years of age, HHSC offers a co-ed intramural program that is divided into three divisions based on the child's age as of September 1st:
Under-6 (3, 4 and 5 year-olds)
Under-8 (6 and 7 year-olds)
Under-10 (8 and 9 year-olds)
All games in this program are played on the fields at the Keith Valley Middle School. For U10 some games will be played at away fields.
TEEN INTRAMURAL PROGRAM
For children/teens 10 years of age and older, HHSC forms in-house Intramural teams during the spring season. In the fall, we participate in the Joint Intramural League (JIL), a less competitive alternative to Travel Soccer. Teams in the JIL play against Intramural teams from local communities (Horsham, Warrington, Buckingham, New Hope, etc.). JIL teams are divided into three age groups: 5th - 6th grade players, 7th - 9th grade players and 10th - 12th grade players.
SPRING SOCCER PROGRAM: YOUTH & TEEN INTRAMURAL PLAYERS
In addition to our Fall soccer program, HHSC offers a Spring Intramural soccer program for all ages. Games are played Sunday afternoons at the Keith Valley Middle School and there are no weekday practices. Children can play soccer Sundays and still participate in other spring sports like baseball or softball, which are typically played weeknights and Saturdays.
TRAVEL SOCCER PROGRAM
For children 10 years of age and older, we offer a competitive travel soccer program and participate in EPYSA's Intercounty Soccer League (ICSL). New Boys and Girls travel teams are generally formed each year for players in the Under-11 age group (10-year-olds). In addition, try-outs are usually held to fill vacancies on established travel teams. Many travel teams also play spring soccer in the Rock League and will participate in local tournaments throughout the year.