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Sirens of Soccer

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Sirens of Soccer
Full nameThe Hollywood Sirens of Soccer
GroundSanta Monica Airport Field
ChairmanPoland Beate AntaresUnited States Erin Raftery
ManagerUnited States Joy Novick
LeagueSanta Monica Adult Soccer League
2008League Champions 2008
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Away colors

Sirens of Soccer (S.O.S) is a charity driven American female association football team, formerly known as Hollywood United Girls Soccer (H.U.G.S.). Based in Hollywood, California, the girls of S.O.S. host exhibition matches to support global causes and initiatives.

Club history[edit]


Hollywood United Girls Soccer (H.U.G.S.) was founded in 2006 in affiliation with the popular American men's soccer team Hollywood United Football Club as the women's arm of their club.

In 2009 it sought a new transformation to become a charity driven exhibition team and with that a name change to become Sirens of Soccer (S.O.S.). Founding members of the women's team are Beate Antares and Joy Novick.

S.O.S squad[edit]

Sirens of Soccer have been competing in the Santa Monica Adult Soccer League since 2008, and prior to that in the Southbay Sports League playing at Crossroads High School in Santa Monica, California.


Sirens of Soccer play with Hollywood United 7-a-side[1] co-ed at the Santa Monica Adult Soccer League, alongside some of HUFC featured players which have included Steve Jones, Frank Leboeuf, Jimmy Jean-Louis and Olivier Biaggi.

Coaching staff[edit]

  • Founder: Beate Antares
  • Charity Director: Erin Raftery
  • Head Coach: John Andrade
  • Assistant Coach: Jasmine Henderson
  • Assistant Coach: Whitney DuVall
  • Videographer: Javier Prato

2015 S.O.S Roster[edit]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 United States GK Ashley Thompson
2 United States FW Erin Raftery
3 Italy FW Diana Germano
4 Poland DF Beate Antares
5 United States FW Viva Ann Guerrero
5 United States FW Fallon Roberts
6 United States MF Sareena Kanji
7 United States MF Laura Grier
8 United States MF Nicole Scheid
9 United States MF Brianna Russo
10 United States DF Julene Pena
11 United States MF Lindsay Milone
12 United States FW Lucrecia Lopez
13 United States FW Hilliary Barbour
14 United States DF Whitney Duvall
15 United States MF Jazmine Henderson
16 United States MF Annie Colvin
18 United States DF Wendy Renteria
19 United States DF Priscilla Ramos
20 United States FW Bridgitte Bedi
21 United States GK Katherine Vanhenely
22 United States DF Dehlia Feliz
23 United States MF Natalie Taracena


S.O.S is currently collaborating with Balls Without Borders (Ballswithoutborders.com) and Global Futbol Initiative,[2] two non-profit charitable organizations that supply soccer balls to underprivileged communities throughout the world. GFI's mission is to provide enjoyment and activity to underprivileged areas throughout the world by providing futbol equipment.

S.O.S has several charitable initiatives to give back to the global community. Their most recent charity driven exhibition match was played against Vinnie Jones[3]' Hollywood All-Star Futbol Club. It was a battle of the sexes that united everyone for a cause. The proceeds from these events enable the Sirens to directly give back to underprivileged children and spread their passion for soccer.


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  1. Hollywood United 7-a-side
  2. Global Futbol Initiative
  3. Vinnie Jones

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