Homeschool United Soccer Club is a faith based homeschool soccer program for youths in southeastern Michigan, primarily in the Novi/Plymouth/Canton/Northville area, however players from further away are welcome. At the younger levels, the program is designed as an entry to soccer for boys and girls who may not have played before, have no desire to compete on higher level "Select" or "Premier" level teams, or who are not eligible to play on their local school teams. The younger age teams play both a Spring and Fall season, whereas the varsity soccer program plays in the Fall.
Unlike the recreational program for the younger players which accepts all players, the varsity program is try-out based. The Homeschool United Soccer Club high school varsity team is a competitive boys soccer team that competes against other homeschool varsity soccer teams in southeast and mid-Michigan each Fall. The team also typically attends two tournaments during the season, one of which is the Michigan Homeschool State Soccer Tournament. One unique feature of the varsity team is that it awards varsity letters like a traditional high school varsity sport. In addition, the team has an end of season awards banquet, team bonding events, and an annual Alumni game where a lot of the former players come back to play against the current varsity team.
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