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    ABOUT US:

    AHFSH welcomes players from 4 years old through 19 years of age who are interested in developing age -appropriate individual and team skills, positive attitudes and goodsportsmanship. The league fields recreational, developmental academy and competitive teams, but our goal is to provide a league where children have fun, regardless of the level of play in which they may choose to participate.

    AHFSH Fire Soccer Fall 2017 Newsletter

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    RECREATIONAL LEAGUE 2017

    SCHEDULES

    FIRE & FIRE JR TRAINING SCHEDULE

    PRACTICE - FALL 2017

    ACADEMY - FIRE JR.

    Developmental Program

    For Players Ages 7-9

    FALL 2017 REGISTRATION OPEN

    CAMPS AND CLINICS

    FIRE PROGRAM

    Select Teams

    10 - 18 year olds

    AHFSH TO COLLEGE

    AHFSH FIELD STATUS

    AHFSH soccer fields are located on Fort Sam Houston.  All adult occupants of the vehicle (drivers and passengers) will need a valid photo ID to enter Fort Sam Houston.  Additionally, all vehicles must have current license and inspection stickers. 

    Please be aware that all vehicles are subject to a random search.

     

    Heat - Hydration Guidelines

    Here are things we look to do and that you can do with the high temperatures and heat index:

    • Encourage your player to drink plenty of water before, during, and after practice. Water makes up to 65 percent of a youth player's body weight, and losing even a small amount of water can cause severe consequences in the body's systems. It doesn't have to be hot and humid for players to become dehydrated, nor is thirst an accurate indicator. Usually by the time players are aware of their thirst they are long overdue for a drink.
    •  We monitor weather conditions and adjust training sessions accordingly.
    • Players exercising in high heat and humidity need to acclimatize. Players can adjust to high heat and humidity in 7-10 days. During the period, players should practices at low to moderate levels of activity and we give the players fluid breaks every 15/20 minutes or when needed
    • Players should switch to light, white-colored clothing. We have grey tops that have been issued by the club
    •  We identify and monitor players who are prone to heat illness. These include players who are overweight, muscular, out of shape, and who work very hard. Those that have experienced previous heat illness are more prone to getting heat illness as well. We keep an eye on these children and give them drink breaks every 10/15 minutes. For very young players, such as the U6 group, we give even more breaks.
    • We make sure players replace fluids lost through sweat. We encourage players to drink 2-3 hours before practices or games and every 15/20 minutes during and after practice. Fluids such as water and sports drinks are preferable during games and practices. For younger athletes, it's better to use water instead of sports drinks.
    • Replenish electrolytes, such as sodium and potassium, which are lost through sweat. The best way to replace these nutrients in addition to others such as carbohydrate and protein is by eating a balanced diet. 

    We Appreciate our Great Sponsors!

    Contact the club office for sponsorship opportunities.

    210-973-6002

    STYSA HEADING POLICY IN EFFECT FOR ALL TEAMS

    As part of the US Soccer Concussion Initiative, STYSA adopted a policy on heading the ball which has been in effect since 08/01/16 and should be strictly adhered to.

     

     


    AHFSH Fire Soccer Club

    Club Office:  2421 Harry Wurzbach, San Antonio, Texas  78209
    Open  Monday - Friday:  10:00 am to 4:00 pm
     (210) 973 -6002

    Game Fields:  1630 Watkins Blvd, San Antonio, Texas  78234