The eleventh member for the men's division of the inaugural 2020 OVPL season is Hoosier FC. Located in Noblesville, Indiana, Hoosier FC are the third Indiana club to join the League in its first season. A 501(c)(3) that services around 500 travel soccer players from Indianapolis and surrounding areas, HFC strives to provide great service through controlled and intentional growth that ensures continuity of its close-knit community. The addition of a HFC into the OVPL provides youth players a pathway to continue their careers past the youth levels.
"HFC is excited to provide quality, competitive opportunities to its graduated players by becoming a member of the Ohio Valley Premier League," stated Tom Keenan, HFC Executive Director of Coaching. For more information the Hoosier FC, you can follow them on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, or visit their website.
Members of the OVPL men's division for 2020 include: Cincinnati Dutch Lions FC, Indy Saints FC, Lexington Landsharks, FC Pride, Cincy SC, Valhalla FC, Cincinnati Swerve, Ohio Premier Soccer Club, Croatia Juniors, Ohio Galaxies FC, and Hoosier FC. Stay connected with the OVPL on Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, and Instagram.
About Hoosier FC
Founded in 2003, Hoosier FC is a professional development soccer club located in Noblesville, Indiana. HFC offers a variety of program options for players from 4 years old through high school. HFC's philosophy focuses on strong technical training at the younger ages and the early development of confidence with the ball and in 1v1 situations.
About the OVPL
The Ohio Valley Premier League (OVPL) was created to operate a competitive soccer circuit offering the only adult amateur competition throughout the tri-state (Ohio, Indiana, Kentucky) region. Player development is a central focus of the League, as the League strives to promote the region at a national level.
The OVPL seeks to grow the game of soccer in the region by providing a highly-competitive soccer league for men, women, boys, and girls of all ages. The League is sanctioned through US Club Soccer and provides access to competing in the Lamar Hunt US Open Cup, the nation’s longest running tournament.
About US Club Soccer
US Club Soccer will foster the growth and development of soccer clubs throughout the United States to create the best possible development environment for players of all ages in every club.