6th Annual DSC Clifton Carter Memorial Golf Tournament

DSC will be hosting the 6th annual Discoveries Soccer Club Clifton Carter Memorial Golf Tournament, in memory of Clifton Carter at the Tega Cay Golf Club on October 27th 2016.

This event took on special meaning for the club when in September 2011 with the tragic passing of Clifton, a member of our 95 Green team. With this, the members of the board at DSC felt it appropriate to dedicate the proceeds of our annual event to the DSC Scholarship Fund, and to memorialize Clifton by naming the tournament after him.

This event is one of the biggest and most significant on the DSC calendar. Through donations, sponsorships and participants, we have raised over $18,000 through this event in recent years, with every penny of this money being dedicated to the DSC Scholarship Fund. Not only is this event a great way to contribute back to the club, but it is also a great Club Day, where members and parents have the opportunity to mingle and socialize in a friendly environment at a beautiful location.

We wholeheartedly appreciate our members considering this event as a very worthy cause as we continue to work towards ensuring kids in our area can have a place to play and participate in the game.

Team Entry Fee:$400
Team Sponsor:$500 (4 person team, logo on website, social media, logo on banner)
Hole Sponsor:$100 (with participating team)
Cart Sponsor:$200 (logo on 5 carts, logo on banner)

To enter you can complete the attached application below and mail with payment to the DSC office, 1974 Carolina Place, Suite 120, Fort Mill, SC 29708 or log onto our website for information and register your team at www.discoveriessoccerclub.org.

If you have any questions about sponsorship or your team, contact Mark Seren at mark.seren305@gmail.com

All proceeds from this event will be deposited in the Clifton Carter Memorial Fund at Discoveries Soccer Club. Discoveries Soccer Club is a 501(c)(3) cor- poration; a tax exempt, nonpro t organization to foster local, regional, na- tional and international amateur soccer competition.

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Clifton Robert Carter, born November 4, 1995, the son of Mark and Mandy Carter of Fort Mill, passed away Tuesday, September 13, 2011. Clifton, a sophomore at Fort Mill High School, touched the lives of many. His infectious smile and playful spirit brought joy to his fellow students, friends, teachers, and teammates.

A talented athlete, Clifton, at the time of his passing, played soccer on the Fort Mill High School junior varsity team and on the Discoveries 95 Green Premier team. Despite his gentle nature on the field, Clifton was a fierce competitor on the pitch. His presence during the games ignited a spark that will continue to live in the hearts of all who knew him.

 

DSC Winter Training Announced

The Winter Training Program is designed to offer all players of the club (2010 (U7) – 2000 (U17) Boys & Girls) the opportunity to practice together as a team during the off season, but also give the opportunity to the player who wishes to further develop their technical ability and all round game. It will be a fantastic way to stay in shape throughout the summer months so you are physically ready for the 2017 spring season. The program will work on all aspects of the game focusing on the physical, technical/ tactical, psychological and social components.

Dates and Times

                                Monday                      Wednesday                          Thursday

Week 1               November 28th            November 130th                      December 1st

Week 2               December 5th                   December 7th                        December 8th

Week 3               December 12th                 December 14th                      December 15th

Week 4                January 2nd                      January 4th                             January 5th

Internal Scrimmages included December 8th and January 5th.

The practices are 75 minutes in duration and there will be two time slots that certain age groups will be assigned to on each day.

These are: 5:15pm – 6:30pm OR 6:30pm – 7:45pm

Venue: Manchester Meadows

Jersey INCLUDED

DSC and Tega Cay Parks and Rec Announce Partnership

For Immediate Release;

Discoveries Soccer Club and Tega Cay Parks and Recreation are delighted to announce a new partnership moving into the 2016/2017 season. Commencing this summer, DSC will begin supporting the Tega Cay soccer program through summer camps, player clinics, coach/parent education programs, while also helping promote activities through social media and other program specific marketing campaigns. Through this agreement, DSC will provide Tega Cay with consistent staff support through the season, assisting in certain administrative roles such as evaluations, scheduling, and on-site program assistance.

Also, through our successful Youth Development Model, DSC will look to offer a structured and professional player pathway for the more advanced Tega Cay player looking to expand their soccer experience. The Tega Cay arm of our YDP program will work in conjunction with Tega Cay Parks and Rec, offering a clear route to advance each Tega Cay player to his or her own ability and potential.

Executive Director Dave Carton;

“This is a great opportunity for all involved. Both DSC and Tega Cay Parks and Rec are committed to providing the highest level of service to each of our members, and through this expanded relationship we are in a position to extend our programming to an area that is seeing so much development and growth. Thanks to Charlie Funderburk and Joey Blethen for putting their faith in our organization. We are excited to get started with everyone at Tega Cay as soon as possible.”

Parks & Recreation Director Joey Blethen;

“We are excited to be partnering up with one of the top club soccer providers in the state. This will provide benefits to all of our soccer participants regardless of age or skill level. This partnership will take our recreation program to the next level with increased coaches’ training and curriculums, player clinics and the assistance of Dave and his experienced staff. This agreement also creates a natural progression for the players that are ready to take their game to the next level. It is a great day for DSC and Tega Cay Parks and Rec.”

Discoveries staff will begin collaborating with Tega Cay staff and officials early in the summer 2016 to begin promoting and developing all programming on offer through Tega Cay recreations soccer department. For more information please visit;

www.discoveriessoccerclub.org

 

Discoveries Soccer, Comporium Reach Title Sponsor Agreement

For Immediate Release

Discoveries Soccer, Comporium Reach Title Sponsor Agreement

ROCK HILL, S.C. – (Apr. 18, 2016) – Discoveries Soccer Club (DSC) are delighted to renew our agreement with Comporium to be its 2016-17 title sponsor.  According to DSC officials, the partnership for the upcoming season will provide additional advertising and growth opportunities for the youth soccer program in this area.

“Comporium has delivered unmatched service and excellence to our neighbors,” said Dave Carton, who serves as the executive director of the Discoveries Soccer Club. “As a community partner, this local company has been a Discoveries sponsor for years, funding various programs and events. We are excited to continue this partnership, and we are looking forward to a fantastic year!”

“With soccer being the fastest growing sport in the U.S.; plus, the fact that thousands of area youth and coaches participate in the programs and camps in this area, we consider this to be a wonderful way to enhance quality of life in our communities,” said Comporium’s Matt Dosch, executive vice president of customer operations and external affairs.

Tryouts for the 2016-17 season have been scheduled during early to mid-May and will be held at Manchester Meadows in Rock Hill.  According to the DSC, the deadline to register for the tryouts is 24 hours prior to the players’ tryout date determined by the individual’s birth year.  The DSC website notes that the US Soccer Federation age groups have changed.  Also, all returning players must try out, and every player is expected to attend both tryout sessions.  For full information regarding registration for the upcoming season, visit www.discoveriessoccerclub.org.

About Discoveries Soccer Club

Discoveries Soccer Club, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, is located in Rock Hill, S.C. It is affiliated with the South Carolina Youth Soccer Association (SCYSA), United States Youth Soccer Association, and US Club Soccer. The club fields boys and girls teams in U8 through U18 divisions, competing in various regional and statewide leagues in the Southeast, including the Region III Premier League, the South Carolina State Challenge League (SCSCL), the President’s Medal Soccer League (PMSL) and Sandlapper League.

 About Comporium

Comporium, Inc., headquartered in Rock Hill, S.C., is a diversified privately held communications company providing voice, video, data, wireless, smart home systems and advertising services. Comporium’s ventures include companies providing fiber transport and business solutions, data storage and managed services, smart devices and connected home/car services, and digital signage. For more information, please visit www.comporium.com.

Contact: Matthew Dosch Dave Carton
  Comporium Discoveries Soccer Club
  Phone: 803-326-7287 Phone:  803-372-3442
  matt.dosch@comporium.com info@discoveriessoccerclub.org

 

BARCELONA SUMMER CAMP 2016

DSC is pleased to announce the return of the Barcelona Summer Camp 2016 brought to you through our exclusive collaboration with UE Cornella.  Coaches and Players will be arriving in the US for this special camp.  The Barcelona Soccer Camp (BSC) is organized by ISL Futbol and UE Cornella of Barcelona. UE Cornella is one of the top 10 soccer academies in Spain. The club is known by the large number of professional players that have come through their Academy. In the last 5 years, more than 90 players have been transferred from UE Cornella to professional clubs such as Arsenal, FC Barcelona, Lazio, Real Madrid.

FC Barcelona is the most popular futbol club in the world, and the recent teams are arguably some of the best to ever play the game. Very few youth players have the opportunity to make it into the FCB Academy, however, due to the exclusive relationship between UE Cornella and FC Barcelona, players selected by UE Cornella have the best chance to be tracked and considered by FC Barcelona.

UE Cornella is the soccer academy that currently transfers the most players to FC Barcelona every year.

Who can attend: The camp is open to boys and girls ages 7-18. Availability is limited so REGISTER NOW! All players must register online.

Cost: $325. no refunds after June 1st.

When: July 18-22

Times: 9:00 am – 3:00 pm each day

What to Bring: a ball, healthy bagged lunch, sunscreen, hat, and personal water bottle (we will provide a healthy fruit snack and have coolers to refill).

What to Wear: shin guards, cleats, hat and sunscreen.  Players will be provided a uniform.

Camp Includes:

  • Five days of elite training with UEFA Certified Spanish coaches. The sessions will be conducted directly by the UE Cornella coaches, and the players will learn the principles of the Barcelona/Spanish training methodologies.
  • Each participant will receive one full training kit that includes a Barcelona Soccer Camp Jersey and one pair of Shorts.
  • BSC will serve fruit and water during the breaks which occur between sessions to ensure the campers stay hydrated and healthy.
  • Finally, the campers will receive a certified diploma for the completion of the camp. Several prizes and awards will be given to a number of players at the end of the camp.
  • A few players will be chosen to attend a Barcelona Camp in Nov. – more details to come.

COACHES FROM BARCELONA
Each with UEFA Pro License

The coaches of the Barcelona Soccer Camp are one of the program’s keys. Unlike many other soccer camps, all our coaches are certified by UEFA. Each of the Spanish coaches hold the UEFA Pro License, which is the highest coaching level in the world. They have coached the best players in Europe such as Jordi Alba (FC Barcelona), Ignasi Miquel (Arsenal FC), Mario Rodriguez (Real Madrid), and Keita Baldé (Lazio).

We also have the opportunity to bring coaches and players from the best NCAA soccer programs in United States. They will help our Spanish coaches to conduct the training sessions and will be scouting for young talented players.

We bring an extraordinary goalkeeper coaches from Spain. He has trained many goalkeepers that are playing professionally in Spain, England, Italy, Germany, and Portugal.


UE Cornellà is the third most successful youth development club in Catalonia behind FC Barcelona and RCD Espanyol. They are also a feeder club and grass roots partner with FC Barcelona, RCD Espanyol and England’s Blackburn Rovers.

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Discoveries Soccer Club 2016-17 Junior Academy and Select Tryouts

Discoveries Soccer Club, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, is located in Rock Hill, SC. It is affiliated with the South Carolina Youth Soccer Association (SCYSA), United States Youth Soccer Association, and US Club Soccer. The club fields boys and girls teams in U8 through U18 divisions, competing in various regional and statewide leagues in the Southeast, include: the Region III Premier League, the South Carolina State Challenge League (SCSCL), the President’s Medal Soccer League (PMSL) and Sandlapper League.

Our program philosophy focuses on providing every player a positive learning environment that encourages self-confidence, leadership and, through quality coaching, the opportunity to attain the soccer skills necessary to reach their full potential regardless of their level of play. We provide a safe atmosphere where we stress age appropriate training and methodology, and place development above winning.

US Soccer Federation age groups are changing to calendar birth years beginning with 2016 Tryouts. This affects all players. Please check your age group carefully when reviewing the tryout ages and dates. All players planning to try out for an older age group listed must first have approval from their DOC prior to registering. The chart below is for both boys and girls.

BIRTH YEAR2016-2017 BOYSTRYOUT DATESTIMESLOCATION
2003U14May 14 – 153:00pm – 4:30pmManchester
2002U15May 14 – 153:00pm – 4:30pmManchester
2004U13May 14 – 156:00pm – 7:30pmManchester
2000U17May 16 – 175:00pm – 6:30pmManchester
2001U16May 16 – 177:00pm – 8:30pmManchester
1997/98*U19/20May 18 – 195:00pm – 6:30pmManchester
1999U18May 18 – 197:00pm – 8:30pmManchester
BIRTH YEAR2016-2017 GIRLSTRYOUT DATESTIMESLOCATION
1997/98*U19/20May 14 – 159:00am – 10:30amManchester
1999U18May 14 – 159:00am – 10:30amManchester
2000U17May 14 – 159:00am – 10:30amManchester
2001U16May 14 – 1511:00am – 12:30pmManchester
2002U15May 14 – 1511:00am – 12:30pmManchester
2003U14May 14 – 151:00pm – 2:30pmManchester
2004U13May 14 – 151:00pm – 2:30pmManchester
BIRTH YEAR2016-2017 JUNIOR ACADEMYTRYOUT DATESTIMESLOCATION
2005U12May 4 – 55:30pm – 7:00pmManchester
2006U11May 4 – 55:30pm – 7:00pmManchester
2007U10May 2 – 35:30pm – 7:00pmManchester
2008U9May 2 – 35:30pm – 7:00pmManchester
2009U8May 2 – 35:30pm – 7:00pmManchester

*U19/20 Eligible players born from 8/1/97 – 12/31/98.

Registration: All returning players must tryout and pay the tryout fee- no exceptions.
• Your player must register in his/her true age group based on birth date as of per the new USSF calendar birth year age group schedule listed above.
• Our registration programs will list both the age group as well as birth year to help clarify your selection. Ex. U14/03.
• If you previously created a user name and password to register for a program, you have an existing account and would return to that account as a registered user to register for 2016-17.
• If you have never registered for a DSC program, you are a new member, and would start by creating a username and password, and follow the prompts.

Tryout Fees:  $30 per player (includes tryout t-shirt). You may pay online by credit/debit card or at the field with check or cash with the ‘pay by mail option’. Print your registration receipt and bring to the field. Deadline to register is 24 hours prior to your tryout date. If registering at the field the cost will be $35.

Arrival Time: Players must check-in at the tents in front of the turf field for your field assignment and to receive your tryout shirt. Please arrive no later than 30 minutes prior to tryout start time.

General Information:
• All players are expected to attend both tryout sessions.
• T-shirts will be given with a tryout number which will be used for both sessions – please have your player wear it to each session- we will not be able to issue an additional shirt the second session.
• Bring a ball, and plenty of water.
• Wear shin guards and cleats.
• Every new player must register and tryout in their true age group according to their birth year the 1st (first) night. (See age group chart above). Trying out for a team up an age group is determined by the coaching staff. If allowed, your player may tryout with an older age group on the 2nd (second) day of tryouts unless prior approval was granted at the time of registration.

Team Placement and Acceptance:
• Players are evaluated and placed on teams with players of similar ability to promote growth and development of each player.
• Players will be notified within 48-72 hours of tryouts/evaluations.
• To accept your roster slot, please pay the $200 non-refundable commitment fee online at your account within 24 hours of notification. If you are unable to pay with debit/credit card, please call Beth Balint at 803.372.3442 to arrange a payment option.
• If you have a balance from the 2015-16 seasons or did not pay tryout fees, your player will not be placed on a roster until fees are up to date.
• You will receive an email with commitment night information and the registration packet.

Club Financial Overview 

Age Group/Level Season Program Details   Yearly Fees
U8-10 Academy Fall/Spring Min. 3 sessions per week, 1 x 2hr Speed session per season, Preseason camp          1,000.00
U11-12 Academy Fall/Spring Min. 3 sessions per week, 1 x 2hr Speed session per season, Preseason camp, SCYSA League Play          1,080.00
U12-14 Classic 1 & U12-15 Open Fall/Spring Min. 2 sessions per week, one 2hr Speed session per season, Preseason camp, SCYSA League Play          1,130.00
U12-15 Challenge Fall/Spring Min. 3 sessions per week, one 2hr Speed session per season, Preseason camp, Fitfor90 account, SCYSA League Play          1,300.00
U14 Premier*** Fall/Spring Min. 3 sessions per week, one 2hr Speed session per season, Preseason camp, Fitfor90 account, R3PL League Play          1,500.00
U15-19  Classic 1 & Open Fall Min. 2 sessions per week, one 2hr Speed session per season, Preseason camp, SCYSA League Play          1,000.00
U16-19 Challenge Fall Min. 3 sessions per week, one 2hr Speed session per season, Preseason camp, Fitfor90 account, SCYSA League Play          1,125.00
U15-19 Premier  Fall Min. 3 sessions per week, one 2hr Speed session per season, Preseason camp, Fitfor90 account, R3PL League Play          1,350.00

***U14 Region 3 Premier level fees will be adjusted pending qualification.

 

Junior Academy and Select Program Fees Include:

4 day Preseason camp, 2-3  training sessions/week, one 2 hour block of speed and agility training with Asaad Davis per active season,  goal keeper training, team equipment, player registration and insurance, league fees, referee fees, practice and game field rental and administrative costs.

Not included:

**Premium Adidas uniform kit. (fall 2016 is the 2nd year in the  2 year cycle.) State Cup entry fee and related expenses; coach travel expenses; team tournament expenses – all paid directly to the team- these range from $100-$200 per season depending on the team and the number of tournaments.

If you are in need of financial assistance you can Click Here to download the financial assistance application.  Bring completed forms and appropriate documentation to the commitment night meeting.  To receive financial aid players will be asked to also make a smaller commitment fee upon acceptance of the roster slot. Financial aid assistance forms without documentation and payment will not be processed. Financial Aid is available – deadline is May 25.   Mail application to Discoveries Soccer Club, 1974 Carolina Place, Suite 120, Fort Mill, SC 29708.

Commitment Meetings dates, times and locations will be posted soon.

Inclement Weather: Call the DSC weather line at 803.980.1678, check facebook- discoveries sc
Program Questions: Dave Carton, 803.372.3441, doc@discoveriessoccerclub.org
Registration Questions: Beth Balint at 803.372.3442 or registrar@discoveriessoccerclub.org

 

Ben Whitesell (03 Gold) Selected for US National Training Center

Congratulations to Ben Whitesell (03 Gold) on being selected to attend the US National Training Center this month in Greensboro. Ben will join Junior Trucillo and William Jenkins who were also recently selected to attend.

Director Dave Carton;

“Congrats to Ben on his selection. Ben works very hard and has been extremely committed to his own development through the years. Ben is a very tidy little footballer, and the fact he’s left sided marks him out as well. We have no doubts that Ben, or either of the other selections will represent us well at this event. We’re excited for the players, and look forward to committing many more young DSC players to these events in the future.”

US Training Centers are conducted in conjunction with local clubs and state associations to identify players with Youth National Team potential. Training Centers are conducted by a member of the U.S. Soccer National Team staff. TCs are a new platform designed to improve player identification, player development and coach development. Each TC will be administered by the Academy conference’s Technical Advisor, assisted by Academy coaches and National Team coaches. Most TCs will be aligned with the Youth National Team calendar to evaluate players before trips and camps. Top players from each Academy club at both age groups will be invited to attend the training sessions. Non-host coaches are encouraged to attend. After piloting the program during the 2008-09 season in large markets such as Chicago, New York and Los Angeles, positive feedback was given by both Academy players and coaches and has led to an increased number of TCs that continue to improve the everyday environment.

William Jenkins (03 Gold) and Junior Trucillo (02 Gold) Selected to attend the US National Training Center

Congratulations to William Jenkins (03 Gold) and Junior Trucillo (02 Gold) on being selected to attend the US National Training Center this week in Greensboro NC.

DSC Director Dave Carton on both players selection;

“We’re delighted for the two boys and we are confident they will have a good showing. While both are very talented, they also work very hard on their game and I’m sure they will take a lot from the experience. We work very hard with our players and we have a lot of players in our club that we feel can make an impression at this level. We are rapidly transforming into a platform for players of extreme quality to develop and compete, so we look forward to seeing many more represent us at the US Training Centers in the future.”

US Training Centers are conducted in conjunction with local clubs and state associations to identify players with Youth National Team potential. Training Centers are conducted by a member of the U.S. Soccer National Team staff. TCs are a new platform designed to improve player identification, player development and coach development. Each TC will be administered by the Academy conference’s Technical Advisor, assisted by Academy coaches and National Team coaches. Most TCs will be aligned with the Youth National Team calendar to evaluate players before trips and camps. Top players from each Academy club at both age groups will be invited to attend the training sessions. Non-host coaches are encouraged to attend. After piloting the program during the 2008-09 season in large markets such as Chicago, New York and Los Angeles, positive feedback was given by both Academy players and coaches and has led to an increased number of TCs that continue to improve the everyday environment.

DSC Hire New Winthrop Men’s Soccer Assistant Coach Phil Hindson

Discoveries Soccer Club has taken another big step in securing the strongest staff around by announcing the appointment of new Winthrop Men’s Soccer Assistant Phil Hindson.

Hindson returns to our soccer community after spending the last six seasons as head coach of the UNC Pembroke men’s soccer program.

Dave Carton on the hiring of Hindson;

We are over the moon to have Phil join our staff! A tremendously talented coach, Phil has proven himself at the highest level of college soccer, through some difficult and challenging circumstances. Phil has a genuine commitment to improving players of all levels, and his experience at the collegiate level will help us to enhance the college recruitment process for our players. Having Phil join our team hopefully demonstrates our commitment to excellence and our ambition to have the strongest and most talented staff possible“.

During his six seasons with the Braves, he won 47 games while leading them to the program’s third best finish (NCAA Div. II era) with 12 wins and a berth into the NCAA Tournament. That season the Braves advance to the second round of the tournament with a 3-2 win over Mars Hill before being eliminated on penalties against Flagler, 4-2. It was the first time in 10 years the program had advanced in the NCAA Tournament The 2012 team finished 5th in the Peach Belt Conference, which is arguably one of the top NCAA Div. II leagues. In 2012 and 2013 the Braves were nationally ranked.

Under Hindson’s guidance the program had two CoSIDA Academic All-Americans, a PBC Freshman of the Year, a Golden Ball Winner, PBC Player of the Year, two Daktronics All-Region and NSCAA All-Region players, 10 NCCSIA All-State players, six All-PBC players, six PBC All-Tournament players, two PBC All-Preseason players, 10 PBC Players of the Week, 15 PBC All-Academic Team players and the team garnered a sportsmanship award in 2011.

Hindson left Winthrop for an assistant coaching job at Clemson for the 2004 season. He spent five years as an assistant and was the interim head coach of the Tigers in 2009 before leaving for UNC Pembroke following the season. In 2009 he led the Tigers to a road win at 8th-ranked and eventual national champion Virginia on Sept. 26, 2009. During his six seasons, including the one as interim coach, Clemson posted 56 wins, advanced to the Final Four in 2005 and the Sweet 16 in 2006. In 2005 the Tigers had a final ranking of 3rd in the nation.

In 2000 Hindson joined former Winthrop head coach Rich Posipanko’s staff as an assistant coach and helped the program to a record of 47-28-5 during that time. He was part of the program’s first ever Big South Conference Championship when the Eagles defeated 13th-ranked Coastal Carolina in the final, 1-0 in overtime. That season the Eagles reached a school record for wins (15) since its move to the NCAA Div. I level.

Hindson enjoyed a successful career at William Carey as a player as he holds several records after a career of 54 goals and 22 assists for 130 points in his three seasons. He was a three-time all-conference selection as well as being named all-region and earned all-america honors in 1995. He graduated from William Carey in 1999 with a bachelor’s degree in physical education and earned his master’s in physical education from Winthrop in 2005. In 2011 he was a member of the Inaugural Hall of Fame Induction Class at William Carey.

Hindson and his wife Liz along with their daughter Sophia and son Connor will reside in Rock Hill.

DSC In The Pros – Enzo, Alex and Henry sign new contracts with the Charlotte Independence for 2016 season

Exciting news for all involved at Discoveries as Enzo Martinez (07 Boys and 04 Boys), Alex Martinez (05 Boys) and Henry Kalungi (99 Boys, 03 and 02 Boys) all sign renewed contracts with the Charlotte Independence for the 2016 season.

Dave Carton commenting on all three signings;

“We’re delighted for all three of the guys, and to have them ply their trade in such close proximity to their community is fantastic also. I’ve been very fortunate to have seen the Martinez boys grow into what they are today. Loyal, hard working men of sporting integrity, they are both a coach’s dream. There’s not much left to be said about Enzo, and in Alex, the Independence have got themselves an uncut diamond that’s becoming more and more polished each year. For me Henry is a modern marvel. Never have I seen such commitment from a player. He’s a credit to his craft and you’ll have travel far and wide to find a professional as dedicated as him.
Everyone at DSC wishes the guys the very best this season, our players are very lucky to have the opportunity to work with players and people of the caliber of these three”

Please click the link below for the full 2016 Charlotte Independence schedule;

http://www.charlotteindependence.com/schedule/