The Honolulu Bulls Soccer Club was founded in 1975 and is the oldest, largest and one of the most successful soccer club in Hawaii. The HSC Bulls is a non-profit organization dedicated to educating youth through the game soccer. In order to compliment the competitive nature of the club, the HSC Bulls founded the Keiki Bulls Recreational League in 2002, and the number of participants has steadily climbed each year as word spreads.
One of the tremendous Staff Coaches, Les Aubrey, of the HSC Bulls helped pioneer the Keiki Bulls Program. Les coached with the HSC Bulls for 25 years before retiring to Oregon to be with his children and grandchildren in 2004.
Many of the graduates of the HSC Bulls go on to play soccer in top colleges and universities around the country. Several of these collegiate athletes are even on full athletic scholarships at these schools. A few players have even gone on to play professionally, both in the United States and internationally. Most notable would be Brian Ching who currently plays for the Houston Dynamo of Major League Soccer. In the 2004, Brian led the MLS in goals scored and was voted Comeback Player of the Year.
In the summer of 2004 the HSC Bulls U-19 Boys ('86s) won the US Youth Soccer Championship -- a first for any club soccer program in Hawaii. In the following summer of 2005, the U-17 Girls ('88s) won the US Club Soccer National Cup, capturing the second national title for the HSC Bulls. The stars above the HSC Bulls Logo represents the honor of winning the National Championships.
With continued growth and success in the Keiki Bulls program, the HSC Bulls hope to continue developing top-caliber soccer athletes who play in the nation's top colleges and universities as well as professionally in the US and abroad.