Promo Days!

Are you looking for a new sport for your daughter? New to town, and trying to find a sports league to join? Whatever your reason, we understand that when you’re looking for new activities, it’s nice to have the option to try them out, especially for FREE! That’s what Koa promo days are for! Come out and meet the Koa coaches, get a feel for our program, and get a taste of Koa Field Hockey!

At our promo days, players will learn the fundamentals and get to play in a few fun drills and games! Most importantly, they will come away with a basic grasp of field hockey and a new found love for a new sport!

Promo Day:

Who: K – 8th Grade

Where: Churchill HS (11300 Gainsborough Rd. Potomac, MD 20854

When: Sunday March 17th

Time: 1:00pm – 2:00pm

Cost: FREE!!

Goalie Promo Day!!!

Have you seen a goalie play before and you wanted to try it? Haven’t found your perfect position on the field and you want to try goalie? Maybe you are looking to just try something new?! No matter the reason, Koa is hosting a free Goalie Promo Day! Players can come and try playing goalie and learn all the basics about how to defend the goal.

This is a Free Promo Day for players who want to try Goalie! Players will learn the fundamentals and get to play in a few fun drills! Most importantly, they will come away with a basic grasp of Goal Keeping and a new found love for a great position in field hockey.

Goalie Promo Day!

Who: 2nd – 11th Grade

Where: Stone Ridge (9101 Rockville Pike, Bethesda, MD 20814)

When: Tuesday, February 19th

Time: 6:30pm – 7:30pm

Cost: FREE!!

Who is Koa Field Hockey?

We’re girls with lots of potential who finally found the right sport. We’re girls who like playing on a team, but don’t want to make the game our entire life. We’re girls who have played for years and want to step up our game. We’re girls who play hard, play competitively, and play to win!

Join us and come try a new sport that we all love so much!

Contact Program Director, Kelly Given: kellyg@koasports.org

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