HFC United's co-ed recreational Indoor Soccer League is one of the most popular, and anticipated, programs each March and April. The indoor soccer league has its roots starting over 25 years ago when Hastings Youth Athletic Association (HYAA) ran soccer programing in Hastings.
In mid-March, when hockey season winds down, the City of Hastings installs flat, turf-like placement over one of the hockey rinks surface. Games are fast-paced, usually high scoring, and is a good warm-up for competitive travel soccer players as the Minnesota spring season is as unpredicable as its winter season.
HFC United uses modified indoor soccer rules, and features 7v7 co-ed teams. Two 25-minute halves are played using a running clock. Click below to review the rules of the league.
HFC United's Indoor Soccer League is open for 5th to 12th graders, boys and girls.
The League is divided into three divisions for competitive balance-
The Indoor League runs from around mid-to-late March through the end of April.
Games are usually every weekend (Friday nights, Saturdays, and Sundays), with each team playing two games each weekend, with league playoffs to conclude the season.