Fuller Hamlets Soccer Club
The Fuller Hamlets have been around since 1968 and are a founding soccer club of the Mass Youth Soccer Association (1973) making it the oldest soccer club in Mass. The Fuller Hamlets are also one of the two founding clubs of the National Challenge Cups League (NCCL) the , forerunner of the Northeast Soccer League (NSL).
Unusual for a soccer club (at least in Mass) they own several lighted practice fields.
The Fuller Hamlets are very active as vice-presidents, commissioners, and board members of the MYSA or NSL.
You name it and they’ve got it at the Fuller Hamlets for clinics:
- Advance Striker
For a full listing and additional information please see their website.
And lots for camps as well:
- Players Camp
- Premier Camp
- Young Players Camp
- High School Camp
- Goalkeeping Camp
For full details on the Hamlets’ camps here.
In 1995 the Fuller Hamlets started the Hamlets Wanderers Developmental Program in order to assist coaches and players to make a more effective transition between the smaller games mandated by MYSA to the full field game – really getting them ready for NSL.
The Little Wanderers program is for U6-7, meeting once a week to focusing on intensive training to prepare them from town soccer programs to more advanced skills development. They are not separated by skill level, just gender.
The Wanderers Training Facility is Fuller Field, located on Fuller Road in Sutton.
- The website for the Fuller Hamlets easy to use and has most information you need.
- Good job of keeping information fresh and current.
- Tough to find tournament information.
- Also, if you’re in either Camps or Clinics it is not very easy to get back out to the home page of the Club