The Ocean City Nor'easters soccer team is looking for host families for the 2014 squad, which they call a "large squad," according to the team's website.
"We are striving to create a new Host Family Community," the team posted on its website, adding they are offering a rewards program for families who volunteer to be part of the program.
The team posted the following on its site:
"Host families provide an integral role for all of our players assimilation
into the Nor'easters culture and enables us to bring some of the best
talent to the Shore this summer, May to August, as we prepare to defend
our Eastern Conference Championship.
"Hosting a high level college player with the determination and ability to one day turn pro can be a fun and rewarding experience for the whole family. Even if you have no
kids directly involved in the Nor'easters program, you can still enjoy
hosting and donate your summer camp place to a young player of your
"We are only looking for homes within Ocean City, NJ who are able to house
players from May through to August, as we want our players to really
enjoy the summer at the shore as well as being close by for practice,
games and other logistical issues.
"To find out more about the Ocean City Nor'easters Host Family Community please contact Associate Head Coach Kevin Nuss on email@example.com."
The team begins defense of its conference title
May 18 at Long Island. The Nor'easters' home opener at Carey Stadium is June 7.