Ohio Elite Renews Facility Usage Agreement with Seven Hills School

September 28, 2022

Ohio Elite Soccer Academy will call Seven Hills School its winter home for another five years.

Ohio Elite and Seven Hills reached the agreement to extend their partnership last week. The agreement provides Ohio Elite with exclusive access to the outdoor turf facilities from November through March each year.

“We are excited to renew our partnership with Ohio Elite at Seven Hills. Our college level facilities will without question benefit Ohio Elite and their fans and hopefully attract new student-athletes to attend our amazing institution,” Scott Willard, Seven Hills Athletics Director.

The Seven Hills School is a PreK–12 private school in Cincinnati, Ohio, United States. It was established in 1974 with roots dating back to 1906 and operates on two campuses; Hillsdale (PreK–12) and Doherty (PreK–5). The Seven Hills Stingers are a member of the Miami Valley Conference, which is part of the Ohio High School Athletic Association. Seven Hills has a combined total of ninety-seven teams playing soccer, basketball, baseball, softball, track and field, volleyball, tennis, cross country, golf, gymnastics, cheerleading, lacrosse, swimming, and diving.

The school which has been the winter home base for Ohio Elite for the last eight years, features two full-size lighted turf fields as well as at 9v9 lighted turf field. It is the headquarters of the annual Ohio Elite College and Junior Showcase and hosts ECNL home matches.

“Seven Hills has been an invaluable partner in the advancement of the Ohio Elite program. It is a vital part of our training and competition November through March. We are proud to call the facility home and proud to partner with the school,” said Doug Bracken, ECNL Girls Director of Coaching.

“Seven Hills has offered our program the use of top class facilities in the winter months. Our players benefit from a consistent and quality training and competition site. It has allowed our programs to remain integrated in a way that can be very difficult at the youth level,” said Scott Sievering, ECNL Boys Director of Coaching.

The new five year partnership runs through the 2026 seasonal year.

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