Tag: New Team

Meet Stu’s Roos. A New Force in the Sunday Night Coed League.

The Sunday Night Coed League at Akron Indoor soccer has a new team to watch out for: Stu’s Roos. The team, led by captain and manager Stu, is composed of a mix of experienced and novice players who share a passion for the beautiful game.

Stu’s Roos make their debut in the league next week.

Stu, who named the team after his Akron heritage, said he was proud of his players and their performance. “We came here to have fun, make friends, and play soccer. We did all that and more. We proved that we can compete with the best teams in the league, and we’re not afraid of anyone. We’re here to stay, and we’re here to win.”

Stu’s Roos will face their next challenge this Sunday, Stu said he was confident that his team will continue to improve and surprise everyone. “We have a lot of potential, and we’re working hard to get better every week. We have a great chemistry, and we enjoy playing together. We’re not just a team, we’re a family. And we’re ready for anything.”

Stu’s Roos are certainly a team to watch out for in the Sunday Night Coed League. With their enthusiasm, skill, and determination, they are sure to make an impact and have a lot of fun along the way.

SELHUBM: A New Team with a Mysterious Name

A new team has joined the Men’s Tuesday Night League at Akron Indoor soccer. They call themselves SELHUBM, and they are not revealing the meaning of their name.

The team consists of 10 players, who have been playing together for a few years in different leagues and tournaments. They have a solid chemistry, a balanced style, and a competitive spirit.

“We are here to challenge ourselves and have fun. We are not afraid of any team, we respect them all, but we also want to beat them all,” said the team captain, who also declined to share his name. “We have a secret weapon, and that is our name. It gives us an edge, because it makes other teams curious and confused.”

The team’s name, SELHUBM, is an acronym, but the team is not disclosing what it stands for. They say it is a private joke, a motivational slogan, or a random combination of letters. They enjoy keeping other teams guessing, and they have fun with the different interpretations and pronunciations of their name.

“Some people say it sounds like ‘sell hum’, others say it sounds like ‘self-harm’, and others say it sounds like ‘seal bum’,” said another player, who also wished to remain anonymous. “We don’t mind, we think it’s funny. We have our own way of saying it, and we chant it before every game. It gives us energy and confidence.”

The team’s motto is “SELHUBM: You don’t know what it means, but you will remember it.”

The team makes their debut Tuesday, playing against Summit FC, a strong team that has been in the league for a long time.

SELHUBM is not only a new team, but also a new mystery in the Men’s Tuesday Night League. They are bringing a fresh and intriguing element to the game, and they are sparking curiosity and interest among other players and teams.

“We are not here to reveal our name, we are here to enjoy the game. We hope that other teams will see us as a challenge, and that they will also have fun and be creative with our name,” said the team captain. “We are all here for the same reason: to play soccer and have a good time.”

Black or White: A New Team on Tuesday Night

A new team has joined the Men’s Tuesday Night League at Akron Indoor soccer. They call themselves Black or White, and they are not here to compete, but to have a good time.

They have different backgrounds, professions, and skills, but they share a common passion for soccer and friendship.

“We are not here to win trophies or medals. We are here to enjoy the game, have fun, and make new friends,” said the team captain, who preferred to remain anonymous. “We don’t care about the score, we just want to play and have a laugh.”

The team’s name, Black or White, reflects their inclusive and diverse spirit. The players wear black and white jerseys, but they also mix and match with other colors and accessories. They don’t stick to any fixed positions or formations, but rather rotate and improvise on the field.

“We don’t take ourselves too seriously. We like to joke around, tease each other, and celebrate every goal, no matter who scores it,” said another player, who also wished to keep his name private. “We are not afraid to make mistakes, we learn from them and move on.”

The team will make their debut Tuesday, playing against the Orange Crush, a veteran team that has been in the league for several years. The game result is not important for Black or White. They are more interested in having fun, exchanging compliments, and making plans for the next game.

Black or White is not only a new team, but also a new phenomenon in the Men’s Tuesday Night League. They are bringing a fresh and positive attitude to the game, and they are inspiring other players and teams to join them in their fun spirit.

“We are not here to change the league, we are here to enjoy it. We hope that other teams will see us as an example, and that they will also have fun and make friends,” said the team captain. “We are all here for the same reason: to play soccer and have a good time.”

Mom’s Night Out: The New Team in Women’s Wednesday Soccer League.

There is a new team in the Women’s Wednesday soccer league at Akron Indoor Soccer, and they are not your typical soccer moms. They are Mom’s Night Out, a group of mothers who are looking for some fun and exercise away from their kids. They are coached by Alisa, a former high school defender who once saved 13 kittens from a burning litter box and then scored the game-winning goal against Saint Vincent Saint Mary.

Mom’s Night Out was formed by Alisa and her friends, who just wanted 1 hour of alone time. They decided to recruit other moms from their neighborhood, school, and work, and soon they had a full roster of 12 players. They range in age from 25 to 45, and have different levels of soccer experience, from beginners to veterans. Some of them played in high school, and some of them have never played before.

The team’s motto is “Finally Alone”. They do not care about winning or losing, as long as no one is asking for a juice box. They enjoy the camaraderie and the challenge of playing against other teams, and they also like to socialize after the games. They often go out for dinner, drinks, or ice cream, and share stories and jokes about their kids.

The team’s name, Mom’s Night Out, reflects their attitude and their goal. They want to have a night out every week, where they can forget about their responsibilities and stress, and just have fun playing soccer. They also want to show that they are more than just moms, and that they have their own hobbies and interests. They are proud of being mothers, but they also want to have their own identity and independence.

Mom’s Night Out is one of the newest and most unique teams in the women’s Wednesday soccer league. They are not afraid to try new things, and they are always ready to have a good time. They are not looking for trophies or medals, but for friendship and fun. They are Mom’s Night Out, and they are here to play.

Meet My Adidas- Team in Black, the Newcomers of the Men’s 50 Tuesday League

The Men’s 50 Tuesday League has a new team this season: My Adidas- Team in Black. The team is owned by Patrick Downing, a former soccer player and coach who decided to join the league for fun and fitness. Downing recruited some of his friends and former teammates to form the team, which consists of 12 players, all over 50 years old.

The team’s name is inspired by Downing’s favorite song, “My Adidas” by Run-DMC, and their uniform is black with white stripes. Downing says the name reflects the team’s attitude and style: “We’re not here to be flashy or fancy, we’re here to play hard and have fun. We respect our opponents, but we also want to win. We’re old school, but we’re not outdated.”

The team plays in the Tuesday Night Men’s over 50 league, which features eight teams of men over 50 who play every Tuesday night at the Akron Indoor Soccer facility. The league is sponsored by Vito, the owner of the facility and a local beer distributor. The winning team of the league will receive kegs of beer from Vito.

My Adidas- Team in Black’s first game is against Kitec Red, one of the returning teams from last season. Kitec Red finished third in the league last year, and they are known for their fast and aggressive play. Downing says he is looking forward to the challenge: “They’re a tough team, but we’re not afraid of them. We have some good players on our team, too. We have experience, skill, and passion. We’re ready to show what we can do.”

The game will take place on Tuesday, November 7th, at 7:30 pm. The game is open to the public, and admission is free. Come and support My Adidas- Team in Black, or just enjoy some quality soccer action. For more information about the league, visit www.akronindoorsoccer.com

Y-Town 45: The Women’s Soccer Team That Defies Age and Gravity.

They may be over 45, but they are not over the game. Y-Town 45 is a women’s soccer team that plays in the Monday night women’s league at Akron Indoor Soccer. The team is composed of women from different backgrounds, professions, and skill levels, but they share a common passion for soccer and camaraderie.

The team was founded by Agni Cvercko, a former professional soccer player from Slovenia who moved to Ohio in 2010. Cvercko, who is the manager and captain of the team, said she wanted to create a space for women who love soccer and want to stay fit and have fun.

“I played soccer all my life, and I didn’t want to stop just because I got older,” Cvercko said. “I also wanted to meet other women who share the same interest and make new friends. Soccer is not only a sport, it’s a lifestyle.”

Cvercko said she recruited her teammates through word of mouth, social media, and flyers. She said she was surprised by the response and the diversity of the players.

“We have women from different countries, cultures, and backgrounds. We have teachers, nurses, lawyers, engineers, artists, and more. We have beginners, intermediates, and advanced players. We have mothers, grandmothers, sisters, and daughters. We are a very diverse and inclusive team,” Cvercko said.