Seacoast United To Host Regional Club Championships

January 9, 2015

​Seacoast United is proud to have been named one of the 11 host sites for the USA Field Hockey Regional Club Championships!  The Club will host the Region 1, Under-19 qualifier from June 4-7, 2015, at the Seacoast United Outdoor Complex in Epping, NH.

The Regional Club Championships, presented by Harrow Sports, will serve as a qualifying mechanism for the prestigious 2015 National Club Championships, spanning over nine days in Lancaster, PA from July 9-17.

Seacoast United is proud to have been named one of the 11 host sites for the USA Field Hockey Regional Club Championships!  The Club will host the Region 1, Under-19 qualifier from June 4-7, 2015, at the Seacoast United Outdoor Complex in Epping, NH.  This is the 2nd time SUFH has been named a host site, the first taking place in 2013.

The Regional Club Championships, presented by Harrow Sports, will serve as a qualifying mechanism for the prestigious 2015 National Club Championships, spanning over nine days in Lancaster, PA from July 9-17.

Registration for the U19 RCC in Epping, NH is now available by clicking here.

Throughout March, April, May and June, more than 100 club teams and 2,000 athletes will compete at a Regional Club Championship for qualification into the prestigious USA Field Hockey National Club Championship. The tournament is the most elite level of play in junior field hockey and has expanded annually since inception in 2011. New for 2015 will be the addition of Regional Club Championships (RCC) in the Under-14 division. Under-16 and Under-19 RCCs have been in place since 2012. Also new in 2015 will be the addition of the National Club Challenge presented by Harrow Sports. The National Club Challenge is designed to complement the National Club Championship in July and will operate during the same timeframe July 9-14, 2015 at the National Training Center, Virginia Beach, VA.

The Regional Club Championships will serve as a dual qualification competition to both the Club Championship and the Club Challenge. The TOP 16 teams in the country will qualify for the National Club Championship, with the NEXT BEST eight finishers across the RCCs qualifying for the National Club Challenge. Teams finishing third and fourth at their Regional Club Championship will qualify to attend the Challenge. The goal of the Regional Club Championships is to enable every club from the eleven regions to have an opportunity to advance to the National Club Championship as well as create a highly competitive atmosphere for athletes and teams to compete. One club team in each division will claim the highly coveted title of National Club Champions and receive the gold Harrow Sports field hockey stick.