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Welcome to the FC Hurtin' Hounds

FC Hurtin Hounds 2016 Champions!!

April 29, 2016 Hounds 3 - Saints 1

Visit the Game Summary under Game day to see the Pre-Game speech, game summary and the game itself.


We are a group that enjoy the game of soccer and have come together to play against some very diverse and skilled teams in the Soccer City Men's league. Many of the guys on the team have never played soccer before, at least not until the Hounds started playing back in the fall of 2010. On the other hand there are a few that have played high school and college ball.  But together we have fought and played hard for over two years and look forward to many more years to come. Over the past couple years we have seen a few of our teammates depart, but for the most part the majority have stayed on. The team is made up of neighbors and friends that come from as far as 40 minutes away and as close as walking next door to your neighbors. Today we are a team of about 20 with a few dedicated supporters.

Just like any other team, the Hurtin' Hounds FC have a unique culture. We work hard, play hard, we never quit and play with a respectful vigilance. We have not won many games, just a few to date, but we have never stopped and will never stop working hard. What we believe to be true is that we have gained the respect of our competitors and will continue to do so, each and every time we enter onto the field as we will put up the best fight we can to earn that ever glorious WIN!!! 

We hope you enjoy our site and have the chance to read the summaries from each game - they are engaging and enjoyable. If you are not into reading, enjoy the pictures or some of the activities we share.

We would love to hear from you - any thoughts, opinions and or questions. Let us know you visited and let us know what you think. If you happen to be in the area on a Friday evening, we invite you to stop by and cheer us on.

All the best,

The Hurtin' Hounds



Arlington Heights, IL

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