Feb 1-May 15
Chaplin Park, Barker Field
Monday-Saturday, 4:30 - 8:30pm
Ages 9-17 | $550
Storm SA provides an elite training program for players on Hilton Head/Bluffton and the surrounding areas. We provide top level training, local teams, camps, and look to create the most competitive teams. Training takes place Monday thru Friday and games are on weekends.
Don't forget to bring Water!
If you are interested in participating in the Storm Soccer Academy, please contact Miguel Lopez 843-304-3622 or Miguellopez@StormSoccerAcademy.com
Storm Soccer Academy is proud to announce that Isabella Gutierrez and Ava VanMarter have been invited to the 2016 International Soccer trip, taking place in Costa Rica. They will be representing the best players of U.S Youth Soccer's Region III from the 2000 age group (birth year), which is made up of the thirteen southeastern states. While in Costa Rica they will train with some of the best players in the U.S. and compete against international teams and other region teams from the U.S.
Isabella, from Statesboro, Georgia, and Ava, from Hilton Head Island, South Carolina, are members of Storm’s ‘99 Girls Black. Isabella has played with Storm for five years, while Ava has played with Storm since its inception in 2010 and has trained with Storm Director Jeremy Aven since she was 8 years old. Both have been an integral part of the team’s and club’s success during their time with Storm.
Ava, 15, attends Heritage Academy. Ava has previously been invited to U.S Soccer National Training Centers and other USYSA Region III events. TopDrawerSoccer.com ranks her as one of the top 150 recruits overall and one of the top 50 midfield recruits in the Class of 2019. Additionally, Ava boasts a 3.9/4.0 GPA.
Storm Soccer Academy is proud to announce that Jesus Morales, Dominic Claudio, and Juan Zuniga have been invited to the 2016 International Soccer tournament, taking place in Costa Rica in February and March. They will be representing the best of U.S. Soccer’s Region III from the 2001 and 2000 age groups (birth years), which is made up of the Southeastern quarter of the United States. Jesus and Dominic, from Hilton Head Island, South Carolina, and Juan, from Bluffton, South Carolina, are members of Storm’s ‘01 Boys Black Team. Jesus, Dominic, and Juan have played with Storm since its inception in 2010. Jesus, 15, and Dominic, 14, attend Hilton Head Middle School. Both have previously been invited to National Training Centers and other Region III events. Juan, 13, attends River Ridge Academy. Juan was invited to two US U15 Boys National Team camps in 2015. Additionally, Juan trains in the summer with Deportivo Cali, a professional soccer team in Cali, Colombia, South America.
Storm Soccer Academy is proud to announce that James Brighton and Ethan Smith represented the Georgia Olympic Development Program at the 2016 US Youth Soccer ODP Championships, taking place in Phoenix, Arizona, this past weekend. The participating teams qualified by winning their respective age group at the US Youth Soccer ODP Regional Championships. Players try out for the high-level US Youth Soccer ODP through a series of trials at their US Youth Soccer State Association. Those selected are exposed to some of the nation's best coaches, trainers, and facilities.
James, from Hilton Head Island, South Carolina, and Ethan, from Evans, Georgia, are members of Storm’s ‘99 Boys Black team. This is Ethan’s first year with Storm, while James has played with Storm since its inception in 2010. Both have been an integral part of the team’s and club’s success during their time with Storm.
James, 15, attends Heritage Academy. James has been a member of the Region III team since 2013. He has been invited to several Region III events including multiple trips to Mexico, Costa Rica, and regional events throughout the U.S. that are used to identify players at the national team level. In addition to his trip to Phoenix, he will be traveling to Argentina in April with the Region III team. James has also received multiple invites to the U.S. Soccer National Training Centers, which are used to scout for U.S. National Team inclusion. In 2014, James was selected to train with FC Utrecht in Utrecht, Holland, through Storm’s partnership with the club. James has verbally committed to attend Clemson University.