The Soccer Club of St-Hubert
The Soccer Club of St-Hubert wants to promote soccer in setting up the whole structure and support necessary to develop sport and youth soccer players, including our obligation to make them better human beings for the future!
Friday, August 10, 2018
End of season and medals for House League
Monday, August 06, 2018
NEWS FROM OUR AAA AND SEMI-PRO TEAMS
François Bourgeais : « Être frustré en perdant à Blainville, c’est bon signe! »
This Saturday at 17:00 our semi-pro team is in action at Rosanne-Laflamme. Head-coach François Bourgeais and his team will host the FC Lanaudière. This will be the first encounter of the season between the two teams.
This week our AAA teams will be in action at Pierre-Laporte.
the U15 boys of Nasson Theosmy will go against Blainville.
the U21 boys under head-coach Philippe Davis meet Rouyn-Noranda
at 13:00 the U15 boys are back in action against Pierrefonds
at 17:00 André Sylvain's U17 girls meet Brossard
See you at the park
Sunday, July 29, 2018
BRAVO À CHLOÉ RENAUD DE NOTRE ÉQUIPE U15 F AAA
Chloé a été choisie sur l'équipe national des U15F
Cinq Québécoises en équipe nationale U15
27 juillet 2018 Source justesoccer.com
La sélectionneuse Rhian Wilkinson a retenu cinq Québécoises pour le Championnat U15 Concacaf qui se déroulera du 6 au 13 août prochain en Floride. Ann Stéphanie Fortin (CS Longueuil),
Amélie Beaudet-Gaudette (CS Repentigny), Chloé Renaud (CS Saint-Hubert), Audrey Chelsie François (CS Monteuil Laval) et Alexie Bellerose (FC Challenger Mirabel) affronteront
le Costa Rica, la République dominicaine et le Panama.
Tuesday, July 17, 2018
Mathieu Choinière signs an MLS contract with the Montreal Impact
MONTREAL – The Montreal Impact announced on Tuesday that midfielder Mathieu Choinière signed a professional contract with the first team as an MLS Homegrown Player for the rest of the 2018 season, the 2019 season and three option years.
“Mathieu is a talented young player who progressed a lot during his time in our Academy as well as in training with the first team during the last six months,” said Montreal Impact technical director Adam Braz. “He has strong technical abilities as well as a good understanding of the game, which are two important characteristics for his position on the field. He has also shown that he has the right mentality and desire that are both necessary at the next level. We look forward to providing him with the proper environment and support to help him reach his potential.”
Choinière joined the Academy in 2011 after playing with club Spatial Saint-Hubert. This season, with the Impact U19, he scored 13 goals in 24 games. He also featured in the Toulon tournament with the Canadian U21 team, but earned his first international selection in November of 2013, at 14 years old.
“Signing my first professional contract in my city, with the Montreal Impact, means so much to me,” said Mathieu Choinière. “I’d like to thank my parents for their sacrifices and advice in order to help me develop. They have been the foundation of my career until now. I’d also like to thank the personnel at the Academy and everyone who helped me grow not only as a player, but also as a person.”
Choinière took part in the first team’s preseason camp and regularly participates in first team training sessions. He is the brother of David Choinière, who signed his first pro contract in 2016.
Transaction: The Montreal Impact signs Mathieu Choinière to a homegrown contract on July 17.
Place of residence: Saint-Alexandre
Previous team: Impact U19
Friday, July 13, 2018
We are presently open on Thursday nights between 7 pm and 9 pm.
Sunday, July 08, 2018
Our raffle was held this Sunday, July 8 at Rosanne-Laflamme. Here is The list of the winners.
Congratulations to our winners and thank you all for your participation.
This year the St-Hubert soccer club is organising a fundraiser to help finance the various club projects.
Among the projects, there is the purchase of uniforms, purchase of soccer balls & the hiring of staff for the recreatif and competitive divisions.The fundraiser will be in the form of a draw.
Each juvenile player will receive a booklet of 10 tickets. Tickets will be sold at $5 each and for selling a complete booklet the player will receive a $5 commission.
Each senior player will receive a booklet of 5 tickets however senior players will not receive any commission.
A total of 12 prizes will be drawn - Prizes will include:
- Cash prizes of $200, $300 and $500
- 2 getaway packages
- An Apple Watch
- An Xbox
- An Ipad
- A MacBook Pro computer
- 3 travel vouchers worth $2500 each plus $500 in spending money.
Distribution of tickets will commence in mid-April. The draw will take place on the 8th of July at noon at Rosanne-Laflamme arena during our summer tournament.
We need your help to make this event a success.