HQPerformance - Team and individual performance training. Always in concert with futsal, soccer, lacrosse or other sports training. All ages, specializing in youth through professional.
HQCamp - Sports Camp for track-out and traditional seasons, focused on performance, character building and skill-development. Ages 5 to 14.
Camp -- We will be open the week of March 23rd.
Summer Futsal - Program details are now out and can be found under the Futsal tab.
Spring Futsal is underway -- running Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday nights. Check out detail on our website under futsal! Drop-ins are encouraged!
Sunday Youth Pickup: U9/U10 play at 1:30, U11/U12 play at 3pm and U13/U14/U14+ play at 4:30. Everyone is welcome -- cost to participate is $7 or pre-purchase a punch card for $30 that is good for six visits. Check out details on our website under futsal.
Competitive Pickup: Competitive pickup is going strong on both Monday and Thursday night at 9pm. Come on out and test yourself against area top players. We are proud of the large number of HS players that are enjoying these two nights. Cost is $5 when you arrive.
Field Rental. We have added an online booking capability to our website under field rental. You can now book and pay for a field 24 hours a day! Check out under the Field Rental Tab. Hint: To check on availability, click on Week or Agenda to make things more readable!
We are pleased to announce that Geoff Christman has been promoted to General Manager of SportHQ. In this capacity he will oversee all dimensions of HQ including Performance, Futsal and Camp. He will also continue to lead HQPerformance. Please congratulate Geoff next time you see him.
SportHQ continues to be the futsal training home for the Capital Area RailHawks U14, U16 and U18 Academy teams.
SportHQ is pleased to communicate that we were selected for the third year to be the official performance training partner of the Carolina RailHawks.
Hope everyone enjoyed the article written by Luke DeCock on SportHQ and our FC Barcelona futsal program. Here is a link to the article: