HPUSC Spring 2022 Season startup - Registration open!
Published by HPUSC Registrar
Jan 31, 2022
HPUSC Spring 2022 Season startup
HPUSC is proud to announce the opening of registration for Spring 2022 REC Soccer.
At this time, HPUSC is planning on a continuation of the Fall REC season rules - practices and games between HPUSC club and cross-town teams, with spectators continuing to adhere to our social distancing policies. We were able to return to inter-league play with other towns and most age groups last fall and hope to continue doing so this season, based on guidelines from our governing bodies.
For any questions related to the registration system or the upcoming season please e-mail the club registrar at email@example.com.
Here’s a quick recap of the Fall 2021 Season's guidelines which as of now are still in place:
-The Spring 2022 season will have both in-town and cross-town league play, depending on the age division and intent by our surrounding towns
-Registration will be closed on Friday April 1st
-There will beNO EXCEPTIONSfor late registrations! Please be aware of the deadlines and plan accordingly - we’re sorry but we will not be able to enroll you past the registration close deadline
-Payment is expected at time of registration. However, if you need assistance or have special circumstances you may e-mail the Club Registrar for options. All payments MUST be completed by Friday, April 8th.
-Any payments not received by Friday 4/8 will result in your child being de-registered automatically. Re-enrollment is possible, however a late fee will be assessed.
-There will be NO REFUNDS once the season has started
-All participants (including family as spectators) will be required to follow general COVID-19 safety protocols as outlined by current local and state ordinances. Practices and games will be stopped as necessary and return to play only when all guidelines are being followed.
As always, we appreciate your continued support of our organization. It is our mission to continue to foster the love of the game and its positive effects on our community. Thank you.