Phanzone Schedule

MAY 2015
SUNDAY     –  MAY 10, 2015 – 5:30PM – HOME vs REAL BOSTON RAMS @ PORTSMOUTH HIGH SCHOOL
SATURDAY – MAY 16, 2015 – 6:00PM – AWAY vs GPS PORTLAND PHOENIX @  DEERING HIGH SCHOOL
SATURDAY – MAY 23, 2015 – 6:00PM – AWAY vs AC CONNECTICUT @ WESTERN CONN STATE UNIVERSITY
SUNDAY     –  MAY 31, 2015 – 4:00PM – HOME vs AC CONNECTICUT @ SOUTHERN NEW HAMPSHIRE UNIVERSITY

JUNE 2015
WEDNESDAY – JUNE 3, 2015    – 6:30PM –  HOME vs GPS PORTLAND PHOENIX @ SOUTHERN NEW HAMPSHIRE UNIVERSITY
SATURDAY    – JUNE 13 , 2015 – 6:00PM –  AWAY vs FA EURO @ BELSON STADUIM -ST.JOHN’S UNIVERSITY
SUNDAY        –  JUNE 14, 2015  – 6:00PM  – AWAY vs AC CONNECTICUT @ WESTERN CONN STATE UNIVERSITY
FRIDAY         –  JUNE 19, 2015  –  7:30PM – AWAY vs WESTERN MASS PIONEERS @ LUSITANO STADIUM
SUNDAY        –  JUNE 28, 2015 –  6:00PM  – AWAY vs GPS PORTLAND PHOENIX @ DEERING HIGH SCHOOL

July 2015
WEDNESDAY  –  JULY 1, 2015  –  7:00PM  –  HOME vs WESTERN MASS PIONEERS @ PORTSMOUTH HIGH SCHOOL
FRIDAY           –  JULY 3,2015   –  6:00PM  –  HOME vs  GPS PORTLAND PHOENIX # PORTSMOUTH HIGH SCHOOL
TUESDAY       –  JULY 7, 2015   – 7:00PM  –  HOME vs REAL BOSTON RAMS @ PORTSMOUTH HIGH SCHOOL
SUNDAY         –  JULY 12, 2015 – 1:00PM  –  HOME vs WESTERN MASS PIONEERS @ PORTSMOUTH HIGH SCHOOL

Phantoms of New Hampshire – Mark Manganello #9

Mark Manganello Mark Manganello #9
12/3/72, 6-2, 180
Duxbury, MA
 

Played for the Rhode Island Stingrays (USISL DIII) from _____ to 1997. Mark played collegiately for Keene State College.

  • Scored 2 goals to beat the Conn. Wolves 2-1 on 5/5/99.
  • 2 goals against Vermont

1999 USL Honors:
USL DIII Team of the Week (7/27)

The Phantoms of New HampshireBest Soccer Moment:
Favorite Team:
Favorite Player:
Career Stats
Games Goals Assists Points
Rhode Island 1997 USISL DIII
Rhode Island 1998 USISL DIII
NH Phantoms 1999 USL DIII 23 8 10 26
Totals 23 8 10 26

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Phantoms 2007 Press Release Archive

FREE YOUTH NIGHT FOR PHANTOMS FINAL GAME VERSUS CINCINNATI

HAMPSTEAD, NH – (August 9, 2007) – The New Hampshire Phantoms will play its final game of the 2007 season at home at Manchester Memorial High School on Saturday, August 11, and it will be FREE YOUTH NIGHT versus the Cincinnati Kings. Kickoff is 7:30 PM. Courtesy of the NH Phantoms Youth Soccer Club, free youth tickets for children ages 3-17 are available at the Phantoms front office (142 State Route 111, Hampstead, NH) or via www.nhphantoms.com . Name, address, and email address must be filled out to be valid and exchanged at the gate. The Kings come to town holding a one point edge (3-10-5, 14 points) over the Phantoms (3-11-5, 13 points). Cincinnati was shut out by Harrisburg last Saturday night, 2-0, while the Phantoms lost a 1-0 decision to Bermuda at Chabot-McDonough Stadium in Manchester. Both teams spent the 2007 season rebuilding for 2008. The two teams have experienced parallel seasons. While each team has played its opponents to five draws, Cincinnati has dropped five games by one goal and NH has lost six by the same margin. Jim DeDeus, General Manager and Head Coach for the Phantoms remains optimistic about his team’s future in the United Second Leagues Second Division. “We have gained invaluable experience,” Dedeus said, “and we have shown vast improvement over the course of the season.” “If we were able to turn our one-goal losses into ties, and our ties into wins, we would be right in the hunt for a playoffs spot,” DeDeus added. The 12-year GM is dead on in his assessment. Had the team added 15 more points by exchanging the ties for wins, and six more points with the losses to ties, it would place them fourth in the standings, and the Phantoms would be entertaining the thought of a playoff game against number one Richmond Kickers. In many ways, it has been a frustrating season for the former USL-2 finalist and proud 12-year franchise. Three of the six losses have come in added time. However, in other regards, the future looks very bright. Rookie James Greenslit (Wheaton College, MA) has been an anchor at the defensive center back position and along with teammate Almir Babosa has played every game in leading the league in games played. Greenslit is tied for first with minutes played with 1710. Barbosa, one of the veterans as a third-year player, ranks 13th in points with 12, is tied for 3rd in shots with 39, and holds the dubious distinction of leading the league in fouls with 44. He also led the team in scoring in 2006 with 10 goals. In addition, six players have been named to USL-2 Teams of the week through the season. DeDeus has helped develop a solid team chemistry whereby his team has never waned through some difficult losses. He believes he will be able to re-sign many of his players from this year’s team to his 2008 roster, and that the tough times this year will make his squad hungrier for next. DeDeus is reaching out to NH in hopes that a group of individuals will come forward to form the Phantoms “Phanatics” – a posse, so to speak, of rabid, passionate soccer fans similar to Sam’s Army (unofficial support club of the United States National Teams) – to participate at all home games. Anyone interested in being a part of the Phanatics can contact the Phantoms home office at 603-329-4422 or write to nhphantoms@gmail.com. BERMUDA BLANKS NH PHANTOMS, 1-0, IS USL-2 ACTION MANCHESTER, NH – (August 4, 2007) – The Bermuda Hogges entered its game versus New Hampshire Phantoms in last place in United Soccer Leagues Second Division, but to those in attendance, Bermuda looked anything but a team at the bottom of the standings. Bermuda played like a team possessed – out-hustling, out-playing, and in the end out-scoring the home team, 1-0. The Hogges played with tremendous energy up and down the field racking up seven corner kicks to NH’s one. It was one of those CK’s that decided the game at the 64-minute mark. Bermuda’s Damon Jason Ming, an exciting flashy forward, served a deadly kick to the four-yard line into a frenzy of players in front of the goal. The ball dropped to the pitch and Ming’s teammate, Omar Shakir, poked home the game-winner. In one of the season’s most entertaining matches in front of 1,075 fans, Bermuda played with joyous passion, celebrating its goal on the far side of the field in front of its many supporters that had made the trip to cheer on their team. Playing in its unique red and green-colored uniforms, the Hogges seemed to have the Phantoms confused from the start shifting frequently from a 4-5-1 system of play with a lone striker to pushing three players and often times four forward in its attacking opportunities. NH’s Michael Murphy (American International College), in his first start of the year, made several

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ATTENTION! ATTENTION!

Due to the current weather forecast for this coming weekend, the New Hampshire Phantoms have decided to postpone the tryout originally scheduled for this Sunday, December 16. The tryout will now be held on Sunday, December 23, 2007 from 8-11am. We apologize for any inconvenience.

Also, we will continue to accept on-line registrations for the tryouts. If you have not registered, please do so by going to www.nhphantoms.com. If you have not already forwarded to us your Player Profile, please send it to nhphantomsusl@gmail.com. We look forward to seeing you then. Should you have any questions, please feel free to contact us at 603-329-4422.


NH Phantoms Men’s Soccer Team Tryouts

HAMPSTEAD, NH – (November 14, 2007) – The New Hampshire Phantoms, the Granite State’s longest active minor league franchise, announces it is moving to the Premier Development League of United Soccer Leagues for the 2008 season. The Phantoms have played in USL’s Second Division for the past five seasons and prior to that in Division 3.

Tryouts for the 2008 team will be held at PhanZone Sports Center, Route 142 State Route 111, in Hampstead, on Sunday, December 16, 2007, from 8-11 AM. Tryouts are open to all amateur status players. Tryout fee is $30 and applicants may register on line at www.nhphantoms.com/pdl. Every participant will receive a NH Phantoms T-shirt. NCAA Division 2 and Division 3 college players are eligible to participate at this tryout. Division 1 players may try out if their school is on official school break for the holidays. Otherwise, those players will have to wait until January when a second tryout date is announced.

The top U23 men’s amateur league in North America lives in the USL Premier Development League (PDL), the development ground for elite players. The 2007 campaign featured a 63-team format within four conferences, consisting of 16 regular season matches, 8 home and 8 away.

By joining the PDL, the Phantoms will be renewing long-standing rivalries in the Northeast Division against Vermont Voltage, Cape Cod Crusaders, Rhode Island Stingrays, Westchester Flames, and Long Island Roughriders, Reading Rage, and Northern Virginia Royals. The schedule is augmented by participation in the Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup, and various exhibitions. Players have the ability to compete in the PDL throughout the summer months in a professionalized setting while maintaining their collegiate eligibility. The league is the proving ground for players that aspire to reach the highest-levels of the game, while providing affordable family entertainment within their city.

The Phantoms finished with a 3-12-5 mark in 2007 and settled for 9 th place in the 10-team USL Second Division. It was the worst finish ever for a once-storied franchise that went all the way to the finals in 1998 before losing the Division 3 championship to Chicago Stingers, 3-2, in overtime. NH has posted .500 or better seasons in 8 of the 12 years since its inception in 1996.

“This was a very difficult decision to have to make,” said General Manager Jim DeDeus. “For the past several years, we have had to travel by air to play most of our opponents. The high costs of transportation as well as other escalating expenses necessary to operate a professional franchise have been detrimental to our program,” the long-time owner stated.

It is our hope that by playing one year in the PDL, it will allow us the opportunity to re-evaluate and restructure our organization, and possibly reunite with USL-2 in 2009 along with maintaining a second team in PDL.

Phantoms move to PDL division of the USL for 2008 season

HAMPSTEAD, NH – (November 14, 2007) – The New Hampshire Phantoms in their 13th year—the longest running minor league franchise in New Hampshire, announce they will move to the Premier Development League of the USL for the 2008 season. The top U23 men’s amateur league in North America lives in the USL Premier Development League (PDL), the development ground for elite players. The 2008 campaign features a 63-team format within four conferences, consisting of 16 regular season matches, 8 home and 8 away. The schedule is augmented by participation in the Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup, and various exhibitions. Players have the ability to compete in the PDL throughout the summer months in a professionalized setting while maintaining their collegiate eligibility. The league is the proving ground for players that aspire to reach the highest-levels of the game, while providing affordable family entertainment. The PDL league allows teams to bolster their rosters with up to eight players above the age of 23, all other roster spots must be held by players under the age of 23.

The PDL offers the NH Phantoms an opportunity to add younger players and build a stronger base for a return to Division II in the upcoming seasons. Moving to the PDL allows the Phantoms to offer a greater range of opportunities for recent college graduates and high school players without the means to play college soccer. The move also allows the NH Phantoms the opportunity to revisit some long-standing rivalries in the Northeast Division, including Cape Cod, Vermont, and Rhode Island.

Tryouts for the NH Phantoms PDL team will be announced 11/20/07.

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NH CLASSICS – NH PHANTOMS SOCCER TRYOUTS

The NH Classics and the NH Phantoms youth soccer programs operating under an alliance agreement will hold open tryouts for all boys and girls teams Under-15 through Under-18 participating in the Winter 2007 – Spring/Summer 2008 season. Tryouts are open to all players from New Hampshire and for all levels including Premier teams and Club teams. Tryouts will be held at both the Back River outdoor fields and the NH Sportsplex (previously Rising Stars) indoor center in Bedford, NH at the following dates and times: Boys U15 and U16 Sun 11/04 12PM-2PM Back River Road Field Mon 11/05 5PM-7PM NH Sportsplex Wed 11/07 5PM-7PM NH Sportsplex Boys U17 Sun 11/04 12PM-2PM Back River Road Field Fri 11/09 5PM-7PM NH Sportsplex Boys U18 Sun 11/04 2PM-4PM Back River Road Field Sat 11/10 10AM-12PM Back River Road Field Girls U15 and U16 Sun 11/04 10AM-12PM Back River Road Field Tue 11/06 5PM-7PM NH Sportsplex Thu 11/08 5PM-7PM NH Sportsplex Girls U17 Sun 11/04 10AM-12PM Back River Road Field Fri 11/09 5PM-7PM NH Sportsplex Girls U18 Sun 11/04 2PM-4PM Back River Road Field Sat 11/10 10AM-12PM Back River Road Field Players must be dressed appropriately to tryout, bring water, and should arrive ½ hour early to check in. Players should download a Registration Membership Form – USYSA from www.nhclassics.org and bring that completed form to check in. Players should attend all tryout sessions. There is no tryout fee. Additional info on the NH Classics – NH Phantoms Alliance, program fees, and tryouts can be found by clicking on Handouts and then Alliance & Tryouts. ANHEUSER-BUSCH FIELD — If Sportsman field in Bedford is closed due to inclement weather, then the AB fields are closed as well. Please log on to www.bedfordreconline.com for field closing info.

NH Classics-NH Phantoms Coaching Staff

NH Classics-NH Phantoms include a mix of college, high school and longtime youth soccer coaches who form a highly professional and experienced coaching staff for successful player development. A brief bio follows in alphabetical order:.

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Dave Anderson – USSF B SNHU Head Men’s Coach Since arriving at SNHU in 1998, Dave has continued the strong soccer tradition at SNHU with numerous NCAA Division II tournament bids including the national championship game in 2002. A past player on national championship teams at Southern Connecticut State University, Dave resides in Manchester and also directs the Nutmeg Soccer Camp..

Mark Barnard – USSF E Mark headed up and grew the successful NH Classics Academy program for a number of years and is a longtime board member and coach with the program. Mark, Sue and family reside in Bedford..

Nihad Biscanin A past player at Central High School and American International College. Nihad resides in Manchester..

Peter Bisson Pembroke HS Boys Head Coach A past goalkeeper for Central High School and American International College, Peter currently heads the Pembroke Boys Varsity program. Peter resides in Manchester..

Fraser Brooks – USSF D Originally from Dumbarton Scotland, Fraser’s family includes three that played professionally in the Premier League of the Scottish Football Association. Fraser, Lori and family reside in Amherst..

Thierry Ciot – USSF E Thierry originally hails from France and is a longtime soccer player and enthusiast. He was involved in the Hollis program prior to working with the NH Classics. Thierry, Brigitte and family reside in Hollis..

Paul Cleary CSC Women’s Head Coach A native of Ireland and a past player for SNHU as well as a player – coach for the NH Phantoms. Paul is currently the Head Women’s Coach and Colby-Sawyer College. Paul, Kara and family reside in Londonderry..

Christine Cochran Currently playing for Saint Anselm College..

Jim Cole – USSF E Jim and family reside in Bedford..

Holly Costa Pelham HS Girls Head Coach A past player with the NH Lady Phantoms, Holly currently coaches at Pelham High School..

Heidi Crockett – USSF D Heidi and family reside in Gilmanton..

Jeff Curran – USSF E Jeff and family reside in Bedford..

Willie Davis – USSF B & YN FPU Men’s Assistant Coach Previously a club coaching director and ODP coach in Louisiana, Willie is currently the assistant men’s coach at perennial NCAA Division II power Franklin Pierce University..

Hermann Defregger Gilford HS Boys Assistant Coach Hermann originally hails from Austria and is a longtime soccer player. Hermann also coaches at the highly successful Class M power Gilford High School. Hermann, Cathy and family reside in Gilford..

John DeMerritt – USSF D JD and family reside in Bedford..

Suley Doemnez – USSF A, NSCAA Advanced National Suley is a past head coach of the NH Phantoms professional team and is also the owner of Suley’s Soccer in Manchester. Suley and family reside in Dublin..

Rick Durand – USSF E Rick currently coordinates the NH Classics Academy program and is also a board member. Rick and family reside in Bedford..

Dave Elliot – USSF B & NY, NSCCA Advanced National Alvirne HS Girls Head Coach A longtime youth and high school coach, Dave manages the Fanzone Indoor center for the NH Phantoms. Dave and family reside in Northwood..

Emeka Ezeugo SNHU Head Men’s Assistant Coach A past player for the Nigerian national team in the Olympics and the 1994 World Cup, Emeka brings significant experience to the club and to SNHU. Emeka resides in Bedford..

Alan Gagnon – USSF D A local Bedford product, Alan played at national Division III power Messiah and has come up as a coach through the Academy program. Alan and family reside in Bedford..

Tim Hickey – USSF D A past coach at Central Catholic in Lawrence MA, Tim led the 93-94 Salem team to the U12 8v8 state cup before joining the NH Classics staff in 2007. Tim and family reside in Salem..

Bill Jean –USSF D Bill has been a longtime coach and board member with NH Classics. Bill, Sandy and family reside in Bedford..

Dave Joseph – USSF D Dave is a past All-New England player at SNHU and is still holds a spot as one of the all-time leading scorers. Dave and family reside in Bedford..

Jay Joseph – USSF D, NSCAA National-NH Classics Co-Founder A past NCAA soccer official and coach with NHODP and Manchester West, Jay led a number of Classics teams through to the regional tournament including one of the first Classics teams, the 83-84 girls, winners of seven state cups (‘97-‘03). Jay, Cheryl and family reside in Bedford.

Tim Joseph – USSF D A past All-New England college player at SNHU, Tim led the 88-89 boys team to the U.S. regional semi-finals in 2001. Tim, Patti and family reside in Merrimack..

Mehdi Katane – USSF D Saint Anselm Men’s Asst. Coach Mehdi is a native of Morocco and is currently an assistant coach with the Saint Anselm College men’s program. Mehdi resides in Bedford..

Dave Kelly – USSF D, NSCAA National Dave Kelly has a long history in youth soccer in Londonderry, founding the Londonderry Labor Day Tournament and leading the development of the West Road soccer complex. Dave, Kathy and family reside in Londonderry..

Dick Kiernan – USSF B A past player at UNH, Dick joined the NH Classics staff in 2007. Dick and family reside in Bedford..

Marco Koolman – USSF A FPU Men’s Head Coach Head men’s coach at perennial NCAA Division II national power Franklin Pierce University, Marco is a native of the Netherlands and a former All-American player at Gannon University. Marco also directs Pro Soccer Motion camps. Marco, Lisa and family reside in Bedford..

Mike Martinez – USSF D Trinity HS Boys Head Coach.

Debby McDonough – USSF C An NHODP staff coach and past player at William and Mary, Debby brings experience and energy to the Academy program. Debby and family reside in Bedford..

Tom McNeil A past player at Franklin Pierce University, McNeil attended trials for Scotland’s U-18 squad. Tom’s father also played in the Scottish Premier League. Tom resides in Manchester.

Joe Mitchell – USSF E Joe was very active in the development of soccer in Manchester until joining the Classics. Joe, Jean and family reside in Manchester..

Jorge Pardo – USSF B, NY and NSCAA Advanced National St. Paul’s Girls Head Coach A past member of the Colombian youth national team, Jorge played at Long Island University/CW Post before earning an advanced degree from Columbia University. Jorge is the Girls Coach at Saint Paul’s School and director of the Carumba skills camp. Jorge, Tonya and family reside in Concord..

Michael Palmer – USSF B Michael has coached numerous college, high school and club teams over the past 15 years. Michael owns and operates several player development camps and Goalkeeper training clinics. Coach Palmer currently coaches soccer and wrestling at Alvirne High School.

Rich Powlowsky– USSF E Rich and family reside in Bedford..

Ashley Pratt – USSF E A past collegiate player, Ashley began coaching in the NH Classics Academy program. Ashley and family reside in Bedford..

Bruce Pratt – USSF E A past player at UNH, Bruce began coaching in the NH Classics Academy program. Bruce and family reside in Bedford..

Luis Reyes – USSF D A past player Plymouth State University, Luis is part of a large family of soccer players and enthusiasts from Manchester..

Steve Sarro – USSF E Steve and family reside in Bedford..

Scott Swist – USSF C, NSCAA National A past coach with NH ODP and at Trinity High School, Scott is a longtime coach for the NH Classics. Scott and family reside in Manchester..

Liz Thornton – USSF C FPU Women’s Assistant Coach A past player at West High School and Keene State, Liz also led coached the NH Classics 85-86 team to seven state cups. Liz is currently an assistant with perennial national NCAA Division II power Franklin Pierce University. Liz resides in Manchester..

John Vaillancourt – USSF D NH Classics Co-Founder John headed up one of the first Classics teams, the Boys 83-84 that won six state cups and was invited to play in Rennes France in 1997. John is also the long-time coach of the Girls 87-88 team that has won six state cups, advancing to the regional final in 2001. John, Terri and family reside in Bedford..

Kevin Walsh – USSF C St. Anselm Women’s Asst. Coach A past NHDOP coach and Boys Varsity coach at Pembroke, Kevin is currently an assistant at Saint Anselm College. Kevin resides in Manchester..

Matt Willey A past player at West High School and Southern NH University, Matt is also an alumnus of the highly successful NH Classics 83-84 team. Matt resides in Manchester.

NH Classics – NH Phantoms are always looking for quality coaches to be part of the club. If you are interested in coaching with the club, contact Jay Joseph at : jayjoseph4@comcast.net

Phantoms – Mens

PHANTOMS MEN

Seacoast United Phantoms Men’s Premier Development League
In connection with USLSoccer League

Home games are played at Portsmouth, NH High School.

The PDL schedule has yet to be announced

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Seacoast United Phantoms PDL Tryouts

The Seacoast United Phantoms  Tryouts TBA soon

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PhanZone Session 2 Begins January 2!!! Register Today!

Super Y League Phantoms Practice Schedule Available
The NH Phantoms SYL Winter Practice times are now available. Practices begin the week of Saturday, January 7. For days and times for all teams continue to SYL home page

First Annual Premier Holiday Soccer Tournament
The NH Phantoms are holding their First Annual Premier Holiday Soccer
Tournament the week of December 26-30 (Mon-Fri). Each age group is $225 and you are guaranteed 3 2x20min games.
The age groups are confined to 4 teams and each team plays each other. For more information contact Paul Cleary 603-952-4249 or office@nhphantoms.com Registration must be complete by Wednesday Dec 21st.

The schedule is as follows;
Monday U13 Boys -Field 2 (5v5+goalie)
U16 Boys -Field 1 (6v6+goalie)

Tuesday U14 Boys-Field 2 (5v5+gk)
U17 Boys-Field 1 (6v6+gk)

Wednesday U14 Girls-Field 2 (5v5+gk)
U17 Girls-Field 1 (6v6+gk)

Thursday U15 Girls- Field 2 (5v5+gk)
U16 Boys- Field 1 (6v6+gk)

Friday U15 Boys-Field 1 (6v6+gk)
U16 Girls-Field 2 (5v5+gk)

The schedule for each tournament is:

1.15 – 2:00pm / Team 1 vs Team 2
2.10 – 2.55pm / Team 3 vs Team 4
3:00- 3.45pm / Team 1 vs 3
3.55- 4.40pm / Team 2 vs 4
4.50 – 5.35pm / Team 4 vs 1
5.45 – 6.30pm / Team 2 vs 3
6.45 – 7.45pm / Final (2 x 25)

Youth Teams National Finals Appearance Gives Program Huge Boost
The strong performances from the U15 Boys and U16 Girls teams at the Super Y League National Finals will give the whole club a huge boost, Phantoms GM Jim DeDeus believes. “This was an opportunity for us to show the progress we have made with our teams in the first three years of our youth program. We had a five year plan and we are ahead of it.”

The U15 boys were one of the top teams at the Finals and won their group with 2 wins over … (More) The U16 Girls were one of the surprises of the tournament having qualified by virtue of a wildcard. They opened the tournament with a 1-0 victory over Spokane Shadow… (More) (Below are photos of both the SYL Phantoms U16 Girls team and U15 Boys team.)

NH PHANTOMS EXECUTIVE AND CLUB INDUCTED INTO USL HALL OF FAME
TAMPA, FL — United Soccer Leagues held the 2005 USL Hall of Fame induction at its Annual General Meeting on Sunday October 30th at the Grand Hyatt, honoring 11 valued members of the USL family as Builders and nine franchises as members of the 10+ Club. NH Phantoms Long-time General Manager Jim DeDeus was inducted along with the NH Phantoms Club to the Hall of Fame which will be on display at the National Hall of Fame in Oneonta, NY.

USL Hall of Fame Class of 2005
Builders
Jim DeDeus
New Hampshire Phantoms, 1996-present
DeDeus is one of the founding owners of the Phantoms, who have been a staple in the USL Second Division since the club’s inception. DeDeus has also served on the league’s Executive Committee. Under his guidance, the team has finished .500 or better eight times in 10 years as well as reaching the National Semi Finals twice(1997 and 2004) and Finals(1998). DeDeus is also a member of the Londonderry HS, Franklin Pierce College and New England Soccer Halls of Fame.

NH PHANTOMS SUPER Y LEAGUE TRYOUTS
NH Phantoms will be holding try-outs for its 2006 Premier Super Y League
teams on Saturday November 12-13, 2005. The Phantoms will have teams competing at all of the Super Y League age groups. The club is looking to build on the 2005 season which saw the U15 boys and U16 girls qualify for the National Finals. More…

NH PHANTOMS HAS 19 PLAYERS SELECTED FOR REGIONAL ODP TEAMS
Hampstead, NH (October 10th) The NH Phantoms have 19 players selected to the Super Y League’s ODP Regional team for the North East Division, it was announced recently. 7 boys and 12 girls were selected to the teams and will be attending the SYL National ODP Camps that will be held at Cocoa Expo in Florida. More…

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From the North (Concord, NH/Canada):
Take I-89 S (300 mi from Canada). In Concord, take I-93 S toward Manchester/Boston. Take the Frederick E Everett Turnpike toward Manchester/Nashua. Take the exit for Route 101 West to Milford/Amherst. Follow Route 101 to the exit for Route 101A Milford/Nashua. Go right off the exit onto 101A East towards Nashua. At the next set of lights, go left on Route 122 and take your immediate right onto Stearns Road. Continue to the end and take a left onto Boston Post Road. The school is ahead on the right and the stadium is behind the school.

From the East (Portsmouth/Maine):
Take NH-101 W to Manchester (~30 mi.). Take the I-293 N/RT-101 W exit towards Manchester/Bedford. Take the exit for Route 101 West to Milford/Amherst. Follow Route 101 to the exit for Route 101A Milford/Nashua. Go right off the exit onto 101A East towards Nashua. At the next set of lights, go left on Route 122 and take your immediate right onto Stearns Road. Continue to the end and take a left onto Boston Post Road. The school is ahead on the right and the stadium is behind the school.

From the West (Keene / 101):
Follow Route 101 East to the exit for Route 101A Milford/Nashua. Go right off the exit onto 101A East towards Nashua. At the next set of lights, go left on Route 122 and take your immediate right onto Stearns Road. Continue to the end and take a left onto Boston Post Road. The school is ahead on the right and the stadium is behind the school.

From the South (Nashua/Lowell):
Take the Everett Turnpike North (Rt 3 N) towards Manchester/Concord. Follow Rt 3 N to Nashua and take Exit 8 Amherst/Milford. At the end of the exit road, take a right onto Route 101A West. Continue through Merrimack on 101A until PC Connection Plaza (on the left). Across from the Cinemas, at the lights, take a right onto Boston Post Road. The school is ahead on the right and the stadium is behind the school.

From the Southwest (Mass Pike):
Take the I-90 E/Mass. Pike East towards Boston. Take the exit 10 towards I-395/Auburn/I-290/Worcester. Keep left at the three forks in the ramp. (20 mi) Take exit 26B / I-495 N on the left towards Lowell. (22 mi) Take exit 33 – Rt-4 towards Chelmsford/N. Chelmsford. Keep left at the fork in the ramp. Turn left onto North Rd. Enter next roundabout and take 1st exit onto US-3 N. Stay straight to go onto Frederick E Everett Turnpike into NH. Follow directions above from Nashua.

From the South (Salem, NH/Boston):
Take I-93 N towards Concord, NH. (46 mi.) Take the I-293/Rt-101 W exit on the left towards Manchester/Bedford. Take the exit for Route 101 West to Milford/Amherst. Follow Route 101 to the exit for Route 101A Milford/Nashua. Go right off the exit onto 101A East towards Nashua. At the next set of lights, go left on Route 122 and take your immediate right onto Stearns Road. Continue to the end and take a left onto Boston Post Road. The school is ahead on the right and the stadium is behind the school.