Hubert Hendricks 2012 Hall Of Fame
Hubert Hendricks

Hubert Hendricks

1954 -

Pan World F.C.

Born April 25, 1954 in Salt Lake City, UT. Hubertís parents immigrated to America from the Netherlands and shortly after arriving, Hubert Jr. was born. His father enjoyed the game of soccer and taught his sons everything there was to know about the game. They knocked the ball around in the yard and across the street at Fairmont Park. His Dad, as some may remember 'Dutch,' played for the Vikings. As Hubert Jr. grew up, there were not very many youth teams, so he would go to soccer practice with his dad and play ball with the team. In 1964, with the help of his father and others, the Association formed a Youth Division and entered a youth Vikings team. Soon there were 5 Ė 6 teams. He played for the Vikings for several years. Soccer began growing at the youth level. As a young man he had many opportunities to grow. He had the opportunity to play with Murray, which was an older team, as Hubert was very competitive. While playing for Murray, in 1967 Hubert had the opportunity to attend the Olympic training camp in San Jose, California. It was a great learning experience. From 1969 Ė 1972 Hubert Jr. helped form the soccer team at Granite High School. He played for them until he graduated. While in high school Hubert played soccer for Hollandia SC as well. While playing for Hollandia SC their team won the State Championship in 1972. After Hubert Jr. graduated from High School, he and his fellow teammates formed their new soccer club Pan World FC in 1973. While he played for Pan World they won many State Championship titles, which included a four and half year unbeaten streak in league play during the mid 70ís. During his soccer career, Hubert traveled to many out of state tournaments throughout the west. 1977 Hubert had the opportunity to play semi-Pro for the first professional soccer team for Salt Lake City while they were here, the Pioneers (formerly known as the Salt Lake Golden Spikers). He also received the Associationís MVP award in 1980. During his playing career, Hubert Jr. also started officiating High School Soccer the year after graduating from High School. When Hubert retired from playing the game, he picked up the whistle and started officiating in the same league. When the professional team, 'Salt Lake Sting' came to town in the early 90ís, Hubert Jr. officiated many of the games. He also attended many of the games at the Olympic training facility in Colorado Springs in an attempt to move up the ranks as an official. For many years his life revolved around soccer, especially as he raised his 3 sons to love the game. As his sons grew to enjoy the game he became their coach. He also helped coaching his son Bryan during his high school junior year at Hunter High in the late 1990ís.

Hubert Hendricks 2012 Hall Of Fame
2012 Hall Of Fame
Hubert Hendricks
Hubert Hendricks

Hubert Hendricks

1954 -

Pan World F.C.

Born April 25, 1954 in Salt Lake City, UT. Hubertís parents immigrated to America from the Netherlands and shortly after arriving, Hubert Jr. was born. His father enjoyed the game of soccer and taught his sons everything there was to know about the game. They knocked the ball around in the yard and across the street at Fairmont Park. His Dad, as some may remember 'Dutch,' played for the Vikings. As Hubert Jr. grew up, there were not very many youth teams, so he would go to soccer practice with his dad and play ball with the team. In 1964, with the help of his father and others, the Association formed a Youth Division and entered a youth Vikings team. Soon there were 5 Ė 6 teams. He played for the Vikings for several years. Soccer began growing at the youth level. As a young man he had many opportunities to grow. He had the opportunity to play with Murray, which was an older team, as Hubert was very competitive. While playing for Murray, in 1967 Hubert had the opportunity to attend the Olympic training camp in San Jose, California. It was a great learning experience. From 1969 Ė 1972 Hubert Jr. helped form the soccer team at Granite High School. He played for them until he graduated. While in high school Hubert played soccer for Hollandia SC as well. While playing for Hollandia SC their team won the State Championship in 1972. After Hubert Jr. graduated from High School, he and his fellow teammates formed their new soccer club Pan World FC in 1973. While he played for Pan World they won many State Championship titles, which included a four and half year unbeaten streak in league play during the mid 70ís. During his soccer career, Hubert traveled to many out of state tournaments throughout the west. 1977 Hubert had the opportunity to play semi-Pro for the first professional soccer team for Salt Lake City while they were here, the Pioneers (formerly known as the Salt Lake Golden Spikers). He also received the Associationís MVP award in 1980. During his playing career, Hubert Jr. also started officiating High School Soccer the year after graduating from High School. When Hubert retired from playing the game, he picked up the whistle and started officiating in the same league. When the professional team, 'Salt Lake Sting' came to town in the early 90ís, Hubert Jr. officiated many of the games. He also attended many of the games at the Olympic training facility in Colorado Springs in an attempt to move up the ranks as an official. For many years his life revolved around soccer, especially as he raised his 3 sons to love the game. As his sons grew to enjoy the game he became their coach. He also helped coaching his son Bryan during his high school junior year at Hunter High in the late 1990ís.

2012 Hall Of Fame
Hubert Hendricks





Utah Soccer Association4476 S. Century Drive, Suite B Salt Lake City, UT 84123(801)263-8166


Utah Soccer Association4476 S. Century Drive, Suite B Salt Lake City, UT 84123(801)263-8166