PORTSMOUTH, NH – Seacoast United took Grassroots on the road this week and paid a visit to local preschool, Treehouse, who is based in downtown Portsmouth. Several Seacoast United coaches were on hand early Wednesday morning at Prescott Park where they ran classes for students ranging between the ages of 2 – 5 years of age.

"Our students had an amazing lesson with Seacoast United!” said Treehouse Director Jaime Combatti. “The coaches were kind, humorous, and flexible. We were especially impressed with how well the coaches worked with each age group and how they were able to get each child involved (even the timid ones).” ‘Ms. Jaime’, as she is affectionally known, went on to say, “Each lesson was tailored to be age appropriate and engaging. The kids left having learned some new skills and most importantly, very proud of themselves! We can't wait for our next lesson!"

Seacoast United’s Grassroots Program is a unique opportunity for young children to get involved in the game of soccer. In each class, the main objective is to teach while having fun. The overall theme is for children to relate having fun with playing soccer and to develop the necessary skills to be a competitive player in the future.

If you are interested in learning more about Grassroots, or wish to register your child, please email Rob Hadfield at

About Treehouse School
The Treehouse School is based out of Portsmouth, NH and Charlestown, MA. They provide preschool education for children aged 2.9-5 years old, offering early morning and extended day programs for your convenience! Founded by Kristin Fichera, a private school educator from New York City, The Treehouse School prides itself on its progressive teaching methods.  Unlike any other school in the area, they believe that there isn't just ONE approach to learning.  That's why they have adopted a hybrid philosophy. To learn more about the school, please visit