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Travel League Soccer

Indiana Area Soccer Boosters Hawk Travel Teams are our competitive soccer program that plays against teams from surrounding towns and communities.  It provides younger soccer players with a comprehensive training and playing experience in order to prepare them for the more competitive programs in Junior and Senior High School, as well as Cup Team Soccer. We strive to create an environment where players are allowed to flourish in a competitive arena in which skill development (not winning) is the determinant of success, where quality and long-term benefits are more important than short-term gains.

Education of players and parents in club values and age-appropriate player development. Flexibility in program rules so that teaching takes precedence over game administration. Outcomes are learning and fun - not scores and standings.  Travel soccer is designed for players and parents who are willing to make a higher level of commitment in time, effort, training and competition. Players who have shown an interest and ability greater than most recreational players can benefit from moving to travel soccer.
Games are played on Sundays at "home" and "away" at the fields of the clubs, normally with a rate of no more than 1.5 hours.  Transporting to away games would be the responsibility of the parents.

Indiana belongs to District 1, which is the East District.  This district also includes teams from:

  • Connellsville
  • East Allegheny
  • Greensburg
  • Hempfield 
  • Indiana
  • Jeannette
  • Kiski   
  • Ligonier
  • Loyalhanna
  • Monroeville 
  • Mt. Pleasant
  • Murrysville
  •  Norwin  
  • Penn Hills
  • Penn Trafford
  • Pgh. Dynamo
  • Plum
  • Scottdale
  • Somerset Area 
  • Woodland Hills  
  • Yough

In keeping with our naming theme, all boy team are related to colors (i.e.: Red Hawks, Black Hawks, White Hawks), and our girl teams are related to weather (i.e.: Storm Hawks, Lightning Hawks, Thunder Hawks).

The leagues are organized by age group and gender, and within age groups, there are different divisions, dictated by interest and competitiveness.

All practices and home games will be played on the Georgie Lenz soccer fields at the White Township Recreation Complex located at 495 East Pike Road, Indiana, PA.  Occasionally some games will be held at the Indiana Area High School.

For more information about the District 1-East Youth Division, Team Standings, and Results, please follow the link below.
Pa-West District 1
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