High School & Middle School Teams
Harambee Sports Club is now accepting player registrations for the 2021-2022 MN Futsal League season.
Complete our Harambee Futsal Team Registration form to be considered for a team for the 2021-2022 league season. Completing this form does not guarantee placement on a team; you will receive confirmation via a separate communication.
Likely Harambee Sports Club competitive futsal teams for 2020-21:
Harambee Hawks (U16B/2006/HS team)
Harambee Tigers (HS Girls/2003 and younger)
Harambee FC International (HS Boys/2003 and younger)
Harambee Minneapolis (HS Boys/2003 and younger)
Contact us if your team is interested in being part of the Harambee Sports Club.
Harambee Sports Club players will be registered in the MN Futsal League (US Youth Futsal sanctioned league) and participate in team/club trainings and free-play opportunities in the Twin Cities. Teams may participate in USYF Regional, National or other tournaments. Training and competitive play will be from November 2021 through March 2022.
As part of our commitment to equity, Harambee Sports Club seeks to provide this competitive experience at a low cost to players and their families. Thanks to grants and individual donations, Harambee Sports Club fully funded 4 futsal teams during the 2020-21 season--there was almost no cost to families!
For 2021-22 season expenses not covered by grants or donations, we expect that players and families will need to make a financial payment based on their means, or a sliding fee scale.
Estimated Team Fees and Requirements:
Registration/intent to participate with Harambee
MN Futsal League fees (currently $1550/team; $150-200 per player)
US Youth Futsal Association ($13.50/yr)
Additional training fees, TBD
Purchase of Harambee uniform and training gear (approximately $50)
Additional local or national futsal tournaments
Regular futsal training over the course of the season is required because the commitment, training and team bonding will lead to a better competitive experience in League play.
Players and families not interested in committing to an entire season/winter of futsal should consider Harambee Free play and options that may be offered through the Futsal Society (http://www.futsalsociety.org) or Joy of the People (https://www.joyofthepeople.org).
For questions about Harambee Futsal teams and league play contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or contact Pete Munene, 612.396.9511