Looking Back at the Hotspurs Memories

Fans of the Nepean Hotspurs don’t just focus all their attention on what is happening at the moment when it comes to what this excellent soccer club has to offer. Many have become fans because of some event that took place in the past. It does well for fans to take a walk down memory lane once in a while as it helps to reinforce why they have chosen the Hotspurs as one of their favourite soccer clubs.

Going Back to 1977

This is taking some of the younger fans back to days when they may have been too young to have an interest in soccer. But, for the Nepean Hotspurs club, this was a significant year. It was the year when the club formed their first Hotspurs Girls team. It was just as exciting for the young ladies who had a great desire to participate in this sport as it did for the team itself.

Soccer and the Little Ones

The Nepean Hotspurs soccer club has always been a club that is sensitive to all age groups when it comes to their passion for the game of soccer. It recognised that many young people were developing a love for the game at an early age. To accommodate them and perhaps groom them for the future as soccer players the club formed the Hotspurs Chickadees in 1989.

Going Back to the Roots

If one really wants to turn back the clock to look at past memories as an avid fan of today, then it would mean going back more than forty-five years to review the birth of this impressive soccer club. It would be a time of reflection as to just how far this club has come. Their focus has been equally divided on both recreational and competitive gameplay. They have been the club who produced impressive players such as Lyndon and Charmaine Hooper and Kristina Kiss.