SHOCKERS SOCCER CLUB

The Shockers "Ohana" endeavors to remain a family oriented club that uses soccer as a vehicle to develop our children into valued members of our community

The Shockers Soccer Club was established in 1998 by our current CEO, Mr. Dave Barker, with the formation of our first boys team, the "Shockers". In 1998 our current Director of Coaching, Geoff Maeda formed our first girls team "Shockers Too" and joined the club. Over the next few years the club quickly added three additional girls teams, the "Shockers 3", "Shockers Hoku'ala", "Shock Tarts" and a n

Operating as usual

01/20/2021

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01/20/2021

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01/01/2021

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12/20/2020

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11/10/2020

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[10/31/20]   Soccer Ohana, our new website will be open by the end of November for the general public. Thank all of you who have helped in the build.

10/31/2020

SHOCKERS SOCCER CLUB

10/31/2020

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07/15/2020

Maybe next year!

07/15/2020

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05/20/2020

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cdc.gov 03/11/2020

Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)

Soccer Ohana COVID-19 Update from Oahu League
Aloha All Coaches, Players, Referees, and Parents of Oahu League of Hawaii Youth Soccer,

As you can imagine we have been receiving numerous calls, emails regarding the league and if there are any COVID-19 related precautions or cancellations. As the League of Choice for players here in Oahu, it is important that we attempt to ensure the safety of our stakeholders on a weekly basis. We are monitoring the latest information from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the World Health Organization (WHO). We will provide updated information as it becomes available.

While this is a rapidly evolving situation, the Oahu League of Hawaii Youth Soccer is asking that we all follow some simple guidelines listed below promote the health of our soccer community:
• Ensure all players have their own water bottle at training and games. Do not share with anyone.
• There will be no pre/post-game hand shaking between Coaches, Players, Referees until further notice. Alternative signs of sportsmanship such as 'elbow bumps' or verbal communications are encouraged.
• The League will continue to put soap in the bathrooms in the Stadium and next to Field 11 (also hand sanitizer when available).
• Parents and other Spectators who are at risk (elderly, immunocompromised, etc.) are recommended to selfisolate themselves and not attend matches.
• Stakeholders (players, referees, coaches, parents, spectators) who are showing symptoms of illness are required to self-isolate themselves at home.
• When Travelling to sporting events (tournaments on other islands or mainland) we recommend that you check for up-to-date travel advisories from the CDC https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/travelers/index.html

Please continue to remind your players to practice appropriate preventive measures, including staying home when sick, covering your mouth with your sleeve when coughing or sneezing, avoiding touching your face (particularly your eyes and mouth), and washing your hands with soap and water frequently for at least 20 seconds. We will continue to provide updates as necessary via email and on our website.

Please be sure to share this important message with your players, parents, referees, and coaches as soon as possible. Thank you for your patience and cooperation as we work to ensure the health and well-being of our community.

Mahalo,

Chris
Oahu League CEO

Links for more information:
WHO website: https://www.who.int/emergencies/diseases/novel-coronavirus-2019/
CDC Website: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html

Oahu League Website for League Updates: https://oahuleague.com/

US Youth Soccer Travel and Health Update https://www.usyouthsoccer.org/usys-health-and-travel-update/

Mahalo,

Sayoko Yamaguchi
Oahuleague Executive Secretary
[email protected]

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cdc.gov Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) is a virus (more specifically, a coronavirus) identified as the cause of an outbreak of respiratory illness first detected in Wuhan, China.

09/19/2019

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06/25/2019

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06/03/2019

2008 AYSO National Champions

05/23/2019

End of Competitive Season POTLUCK.....NutZ crazy as ever!

04/26/2019

shockers sparks

04/16/2019

SHOCKERS 3's AMY TANAKA WITH HIKILELE'S KENYA AND JOEN

04/16/2019

Please support Kylie Pascuals fund raising efforts in support of the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society

01/06/2019

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Hokupa'a 07/31/2018

Hokupa'a

07/29/2018

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05/31/2018

Congratulations to our 09B for placing 2nd in their Competitive Select Season

05/31/2018

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05/30/2018

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05/10/2018

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04/20/2018

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[04/13/18]   Best of luck to Coach Stacy and her 04G in the US Youth Soccer Hawaii State Cup Tournament (Regional qualifier)

02/27/2018

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02/13/2018

Former Shocker keeps on achieving....Go 2nd Lieutenant Graham

01/23/2018

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12/23/2017

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12/18/2017

Shockers 05G and Make a Wish!

12/17/2017

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Our Mission

The mission of the Shockers Soccer Club is to develop well-balanced, successful individuals who desire and are capable of making a real contribution in a team environment and throughout their lives, regardless of gender, physical abilities or background, through the development of character, self confidence, discipline, dedication and respect of team mates and opponents through quality instruction of the technical, tactical, physical and psychological aspects of soccer.

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