Waltham, MA, 5th April, 2016; Global Premier Soccer are pleased to announce the development of two new regions, Northern Mass and Metro South to begin programming for the 2016/17 season.  In addition the club will segment the GPS South region into South Shore (Braintree area) and South Coast (Taunton area) for the new soccer year at the younger age groups. The addition of the new locations sees the GPS Regional Structure extend to eleven.

The Northern Mass region will be coordinated by Dragomir Kazakov and Amber Dempster and will use Tyngsboro has a home base whilst Metro South (led by Ryan German) will be located out of Wrentham. Northern Mass will serve the communities of Dunstable, Groton, Tyngsboro, Westford, Lowell, Chelmsford, Dracut, Pepperel. Metro South will encompass Foxboro, Norwood, Wrentham, Plainville, Franklin, Bellingham, Milford, Hopedale, Mendon, Blackstone, Medway, Norfolk, Walpole.

“Our regional structure and pathway is designed to provide convenient access to high level coaching for families across the State, especially at the younger ages” said Premier Director Matt Hardiman. “On looking at our membership we identified communities underserved by GPS and other soccer options and look forward to hosting tryouts in the summer,” said Hardiman.

As part of the expansion, Northern Mass and Metro South will be running free technical training sessions for players aged U8 to U12 during the month of May. For more information regarding our technical training sessions and to register please click see below:
Northern Mass
Metro South

The GPS model sees players train within a local setting (region) from U6 to U11.  At U12 tryouts are held in a central MA location whereby players are selected to from teams which compete in the National Premier Leagues (NPL) and US Soccer Development Academy (USSSDA), with Regional teams continuing to participate in the New England Premiership.

If you would like more information regarding Northern Mass region or Metro South region or to find out how you can join GPS, please contact Matt Hardiman at mhardiman@globalpremiersoccer.com.

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