Los Angeles, CA- The LA Misioneros FC and the Hesperia Panthers Soccer Club are excited to have formed a dynamic new partnership. This exciting and innovative relationship will enable and provide the local soccer sports club organization and community the professional renovation needed to excel.
“The Hesperia Panthers are very excited to partner with LA Misioneros FC for our upcoming season along with our growing number of players, currently over 150 youth players,” said Jose Vazquez, President and CEO of Hesperia Panthers Soccer Club. “One of the most important factors to all of the staff and coaches within Hesperia Panthers is that LA Misioneros FC serves the same region we are involved in and everyone we have met shares a collective passion for wanting to make a difference within our communities.” The concept for the new relationship evolved from a long time friendship between club Presidents, Gerardo Camacho and Jose Vazquez.
“Together with Jose we recognized the depth of resources within the sport and its active affiliates could help to make a real difference to the coaches, players and their families by taking the relationship to another level,” explained Gerardo Camacho, President of the LA Misioneros FC.
Hesperia Panthers have year round soccer activities taking place in Hesperia, CA including youth soccer leagues, both boys and girl divisions.
This Sunday January 20, 2013 the Hesperia Panthers will officially debut as new partners of the LA Misioneros FC organization. On Jan 20th the LA Misioneros FC U23 Reserve team will participate in an exhibition match against a powerful contender from Hesperia, CA. The LA Misioneros FC Academy U16 team will also be participating in a match with one of the local club teams of Hesperia, CA.
"We expect a large crowd this upcoming January 20th as we will be having 6 matches throughout the day" says Panthers Treasure Randy Hernandez.
The Hesperia Panthers help youth development and improvement of the physical condition, strength, speed, flexibility, endurance and the perfect balance between all to help get the optimum point for games of maximum importance.The Hesperia Panthers soccer team of recent creation has players of different ages. The club started in 2011 bringing the female team with a squad of 20 players, now they have teams of U-11 thru U-19. The club is participating in local soccer tournament in these categories but their goal is to integrate teams in all categories and participate in statewide tournaments.