The Cost of HFC Challenge

Make a payment for Spring 2014 Challenge Soccer here

 

Player Fees for 2014-2015: 

These fees cover all expenses other than travel expenses incurred by the family. 

  • U11 & U12 Boys & Girls – Total Cost for 2 seasons is $630 plus uniform 

    • Uniform (new players) ordered by family through Lloyds Soccer: $87  (2 jerseys, shorts & socks plus 2 T-shirts for training)
    • Due at acceptance – $105
    • August 15th – $75
    • September 15th – $75
    • October 15th – $75
    • November 15th – $75
    • January 15th – $75
    • February 15th – $75
    • March 15th – $75 
  • U13/U14 Girls – Fall Season Only – Total Cost for Fall Season is $315

    • Uniform ordered by family from Lloyds Soccer: $87 (2 jerseys, shorts & socks plus 2 T-shirts for training)
    • Due at acceptance – $90 
    • August 15th – $75
    • September 15th – $75
    • October 15th – $75 
  • U13/U14 Boys – Spring Season Only – Total Cost for Spring Season = $295 plus uniform = $376

    • Uniform ordered by family from Lloyds Soccer: $87 (2 jerseys, shorts & socks plus 2 T-shirts for training)
    • Due at acceptance – $90
    • January 15th – $75
    • February 15th – $75
    • March 15th – $75

**  There is a minimum FOUR (4) HOUR YEARLY SERVICE REQUIREMENT  PER FAMILY for ABYSA/HFC players for the 2014-2015 Seasonal Year. Each family agrees when they accept their child’s position to either commit to this requirement or to pay a $75 "buy out". 

ABYSA makes every effort to contain the cost of providing such a program through tournament hosting, fundraising, and the use of a growing volunteer base. Players are assessed a fee each season to pay for the remaining costs (coaches, referees, field rental, administration, etc.).

 

It is the philosophy of ABYSA that cost should not be a deterrent for any qualified player to participate in Challenge soccer. With this in mind, ABYSA has established 3 programs to mitigate the costs of playing Challenge soccer: the Ingles Gift cards, Tournament Program Ad Sales, and G.O.A.L.S. Financial Aid programs. For more information, click here to visit the "Fundraising Programs" page.