The FC Nova soccer club is proud to announce that Alex Para has signed a letter of intent to play soccer at the University of Michigan - Dearborn. Alex is a life long Nova player who has exhibited a fierce competitiveness since we were helping him tie his shoes before a game. From that time on, as he grew into manhood, Alex has developed great foot skills and a knowledge of the game. With his strength, size, skill and competitive spirit, the University of Michigan knew they had an impact player they could count on for years. We wish him nothing but good fortune and hope to be reading about him in the newspapers for years to come.
Premier Sports Center to open by this September!
The new Premier Sports Center, a 60,000 square foot soccer and sport facility, along with 10,000 square feet of retail office space, will open this September on the corner of 23 Mile Road and Hayes. Tucked in between Art and Jakes, and Culvers, the new Premier Sports Center will be a welcomed addition to the hottest corner of retail in Shelby Township.
The attached drawing is a rendering for Phase I of the multi-million dollar project. Plans are already drawn up for additional phases, which include another full field 11x11 pitch, outdoor fields, a lacrosse and football field, a banquet center and a sports training complex.
The bulldozers are out. The dirt is being moved. The steel has been ordered. Once again, the management team at Premier Soccer Group is vigilant in giving the very best to our customers. We are very excited about this project and the many other phases to come afterward. The future of soccer has never been better.
Four Michigan Gators attend 2015 ODP Girls National Training Camp
Players Emma Boutorwick, Justina Gaynor, Darline Radamaker, and Alana Wood were chosen to train at the National Camp in Sanford, Florida from January 22-27. These four outstanding players were part of the Region II team that trained and played in front of the National Staff and Team Coaches who were present to identify players for placement in the
national pool and for national team play.
Darline participated with the ’99 age group while Emma, Justina, and Alana competed in the ’01 age group. The players did a wonderful job showing off their skills while making the Michigan Gators and Premier Soccer Group very proud.
Way to go ladies!
Meet our Haiti Women’s National Team
member Darline Radamaker
(Gators ’99 Orange)
Michigan Gators ’99 Orange player Darline Radamaker is fulfilling her dream of playing for the Haiti National Team. Born in Port-Au-Prince, Haiti, Darline’s training and hardwork is underway as she and her teammates are preparing for the upcoming U20 World Cup (2016) and Women’s World Cup (2019)
The Haitian team recently completed a January team camp in Fort Lauderdale, FL where Darline earned the nickname “the Haitian Marta” by reporters covering the National Team Camp. Described as very quick, clever, and composed under pressure, Darline’s hardwork also drew team assistant coach Christian Castro to make these comments: “Darline ran the 18 year old boys team we played ragged in her third official training session with the team. My jaw literally dropped….it was one of those oh my goodness moments.”
The Haiti team will be playing a series of games in April against various college women’s teams the (Notre Dame, Ball State, Marian University, Indiana-Purdue Fort Wayne) to further develop for their upcoming global competition.
Darline plays for Gator coach Henry Steinwascher and has helped the team capture recent championships at the CASL Girls Showcase in North Carolina and the Disney Girls Soccer Showcase in Orlando, FL. Darline is a member of the Region II ODP team and just participated at the ODP Girls National Camp in Sanford, FL.
We are all very proud of you Darline, keep up the hardwork!
Congratulations to the U16 Gators Now Champions of the prestigious ESPN WIDE WORLD OF SPORTS DISNEY SOCCER SHOWCASE. The U16 Gators qualified and headed down south from 12/31/14 - 1/3/15 to wrestle with some of the toughest teams in the nation. Placed in the Premier Red division they knew they had an extremely difficult schedule ahead of them. The first game started with a very highly ranked New York team with several national pool players.
On the eastside of town, the only club that can offer a level of play for every type of player is the Premier Soccer Group. With two major clubs housed within the organization - the Michigan FC Nova Soccer Club for boys, and the Michigan Gators FC Soccer Club for girls - the PSG has a team for you! Our history proves that we develop players at every age group and every level of play.
Here are the options for interested players:
Meet Haiti Women's National Team member Darline Radamaker