Alton, NH- Revolution United is proud to announce their new partnership with Panther Elite. Panther Elite is not just another team, they are a special group in which all play for their teammates and to have fun. Coached by Patrick Bernard, he is known for being heavily involved with helping his players in all situations of their life on and off the field.
Just over a month ago, Coach Bernard met Revolution United Program Director, Lucas Therrien at Fieldhouse Sports while playing a U12 boys matchup. During the game, while the players from both teams were competing on the field, members from each club were talking off the field about future development of their players and the opportunities that may be presented to them. Coach Bernard expressed his desire for his players to be able to compete in the spring season of competitive soccer with the New Hampshire Soccer League.
“I am excited about this new partnership with Panther Elite, and bringing Revolution United into Concord,” said Cory Halvorsen, Executive Director and Founder of Revolution United. “It has been a long time since other competition was available in the Concord area and surrounding towns all while keeping the cost affordable so the sport that is enjoyed all around the world by anyone that wants to play, can also be enjoyed locally with no obstacles.”
Coach Bernard has many ambitions for his players and their enthusiasm for the game. Over 17 players will take the field this spring to compete in their division with the support of everyone around them.
“What Coach Bernard and Lucas have been able to do in such a short period of time, will leave a lasting memory for each of these players who are a part of something special and a movement within soccer in New Hampshire,” said Halvorsen.
Panther Elite and Revolution United have already enjoyed training sessions together at Elite Sports Academy, the official training facility for Revolution United, with many more opportunities to come.
“I am thrilled to see where this new partnership will go with Coach Bernard at the helm,” said Therrien. “After talking with Coach, there was a definite need for this team to be playing spring soccer, and a need within the city to open up competitive soccer opportunities to families of all ages, genders and financial situations,” Therrien continued, “We have been in talks with future programs and events that we would collaborate on to expend the helping hand mentality that Coach has. It is rare to find someone so willing to help out the community in the way he does.”
For more information about the Panther Elite team, check out articles on New Hamshire Chronicle here.
Stay connected with Coach Bernard’s team this season as they participate in the NHSL as Revolution United 2008 Boys Panthers!
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