Wanderers and Little Wanderers

Experience the coaching that has won 56 Massachusetts state cup and league (MAPLE) championships.

The Hamlets Wanderers Developmental Program began in the Fall of 1995 to help coaches and players to make a more effective transition between the small-sided game mandated by MYSA for all U10 league teams in Massachusetts and the full-field game of the U12 teams attempting to qualify for the elite statewide league: MAPLE (Massachusetts Premier League).

Little Wanderers is for U6-7 and meet once a week. Focus: The program continues as the vehicle to provide intensive training to prepare 6-7 year-olds make the transition from town play to an emphasis on skills development. The format will include small groups with players. Division is by gender only. Focus is on skills development, small-group tactics and introduction to mid-field play. Training session consist of one meeting a week in the fall (Sept-Oct), one meeting indoor in the winter (Jan-March) and Spring (April-May). Presently, training on Friday evenings. Uniforms: Sweatshirt, 2 shirts and socks

Origin of Wanderers Team Names

The Fuller Hamlets Soccer Club has traditionally been one of the top three clubs in Massachusetts with more teams in the MAPLE (state) Premier Cups division than any other club and we have more success in the younger age-groups and in the girls ranks than our two major competitors (teams in the Springfield and South Shore areas).

Players are invited to attend tryouts for the Fuller Hamlets Wanderers and Little Wanderers Developmental Program.
Follow here for open tryout dates.

  • The Wanderers Training Facility is Fuller Field, located on Fuller Road in Sutton.
  • Fall competition includes eleven-a-side games and training played in the Fall on Monday and Friday evenings under the lights at Bowden Fields located on Central Turnpike in Sutton.
  • Winter training consists of 16 hour sessions the Auburn Sportsplex in Auburn Mass.
  • Spring training we will return to outdoor playing surfaces, Mondays April through early June.

There are 70 training slots open.

For more information or questions contact:
Martyn Bowden
Wanderers Academy Director
(508) 865-9094