Ocean City Nor'easters To Host 2013 Soccer Summer Camps
The Ocean City Nor’easters will be hosting summer camps in Ocean City, NJ. The Nor’easters have prepared the curriculum and are ready to host the best soccer camps south Jersey has seen. For camps outside Ocean City, hosted by Jersey Premier Soccer Click Here
To register online for any of the Ocean City Nor’easters summer camps Click Here
To register offline then please print off, fill out and return the completed form to "Nor’easters Camp, 200 6th Street, Ocean City, NJ, 08226" along with the check made payable to "Ocean City Nor’easters" - Click Here
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Ocean City Nor'easters Help The City With Rec Camp
Soccer pros show their stuff at OC Middle School
The Ocean City Nor’easters club captain Terry Gibbs along with the Ocean City coaches headed to the OC Middle School today to lend a hand with one of the City’s Summer Camps. It was soccer week at the camp and the Nor’easters came to share their knowledge and experience.
Nor'easters Help Mayor Open The Beach For Business
Bobby and players take the plunge
The Ocean City Nor’easters joined in the old Ocean City, NJ tradition and took the plunge as we helped Mayor Gillian and other dignitaries open the City for the summer.
Nor'easters Visit Local Schools To Spread The Word
Promoting soccer in Ocean City, NJ and South Jersey
The Ocean City Nor’easters coaches and players were out and about in the local Ocean City, NJ schools over the last few weeks. The Nor’easters were promoting the "School Day" game on Friday June 8th against Reading United, Carey Stadium at 7pm.
Ocean City Nor'easters Coaches Take Over Gym Class For OC Intermediate School
Ocean City Nor'easters took over gym class for the whole day as part of the promotion for the Betsy Young Scholarship Fund charity soccer game on Sunday.
OC’s school kids were surprised to see the Ocean City Nor'easters coaches as they were not told before hand that the professional coaches would be there. The kids took part in a soccer specific gym class, coaches Dan Ash and Steve Thurlby took them through a ball skills warm up, a fun soccer game and ended with a scrimmage. Coach Steve Thurlby said "We had a lot of fun with the kids, there are a lot of different personalities that we don’t see when we coach travel soccer so it was nice to give these kids some soccer fun." Coach Dan Ash agreed "Some of these kids rarely kick a ball and I enjoyed the challenge to make soccer fun and interesting to those guys."
Ocean City Nor'easters Coaches Take Over Gym Class For Galloway Township Middle School
Galloway Township Middle School pupils were surprised to see the Ocean City Nor'easters coaches (some of whom are coached by them for their local club team) as they were not told before hand that the professional coaches would be there. The kids took part in a soccer specific gym class, coaches Dan Ash and Steve Thurlby took them through a quick skills session as they were hampered by the weather and forced to take the lesson into the gym. Coach Steve Thurlby said "We had a lot of fun with the kids, there are a lot of different personalities that we don’t see when we coach travel soccer so it was nice to give these kids some soccer fun." Coach Dan Ash agreed "Some of these kids rarely kick a ball and I enjoyed the challenge to make soccer fun and interesting to those guys."
Ocean City Nor'easters Donate Equipment and Expertise To Schools
Slaybaugh Primary in Egg Harbor Township welcomes Ocean City Nor'easters coaches
The Ocean City Nor’easters coaches went and took over Mrs Ruff’s gym class at Slaybaugh Primary School in Egg Harbor Township. Coaches Steve Thurlby and Dan Ash, under the guidance of Director of Coaching Leon Brown, spent 2 fun days with the 1st grade pupils giving them an enjoyable soccer based gym class. Leon Brown has helped develop connections with schools throughout south Jersey in an aim to increase the awareness of a healthy lifestyle to the youngsters.
Ocean City Nor'easters - As Seen On The Food Network
Crazy Susan's Cookies Team Up With The Best Soccer Club In South Jersey
Ocean City Nor'easters Help Raise $1,089 Towards Betsy Young Sholarship Fund
Fun Was Had As Nor'easters Old Boys Get Back Together
The Ocean City Nor’easters bought back some of their best players to be a part of the action for the Betsy Young Scholarship Fund Game at Tennessee Avenue on Sunday 18th September. Young was a long-time music teacher at Ocean City Intermediate School who died on August 29th after battling brain cancer. The scholarship will help musicians from Ocean City High School fund college studies.
Ocean City Nor'easters coaches visit South Main Elementary School
Ocean City Nor'easters donate balls and bags to local elementary school in Pleasantville
Director of Coaching Leon Brown and Director of Club Development Dan Ash visited South Main Elementary School in Pleasantville. Both coaches accompanied by a few boxes of balls and gym sacks met with staff and a few children from the school.
We aim to work closely with schools and youth organizations in and around the shore community. By donating these balls to South Main Elementary School we hope the children will enjoy the chance to play a great sport and we look forward to seeing some potential soccer stars in the next few years.
Ocean City FC players, coaches work with Italian giants Inter Milan in Philadelphia
During their tour of the U.S., Inter stopped in Philly for a training camp
|From left to right: Ocean City FC director of PDL operations, Stephen Thurlby poses with Inter Milan and Brazilian National Team star Maicon; Inter Milan players in training; Ocean City FC PDL team captain John Fletcher poses for a photo with new Inter Milan manager Rafa Benitez.
It was soccer madness this summer in the United States with not only the 2010 FIFA World Cup, but several high-profile preseason exhibition matches that were played from coast to coast. Teams like Manchester United, Real Madrid and AC Milan all came to the U.S. to prepare for the upcoming 2010/11 club season in their respective countries.
Ocean City FC was able to be involved with one of those mega-clubs, as they continue to develop a relationship with Italian giant Inter Milan. The defending European and Italian champions came to the U.S. for three full exhibition games in Los Angeles, Dallas and Baltimore and some smaller training matches against other clubs.