The Music City Marauders Hockey Association is a 501c3 tax-exempt, non-profit youth hockey organization. The volunteer run association was created to provide players with the opportunity to learn and develop their skills while competing with top programs across the country. As the game of hockey continues to grow in the Nashville market, the Music City Marauders have quickly become one of the top USA Hockey sanctioned options for local players desiring to play competitive travel hockey.
To conduct a travel hockey program which provides players with the opportunity to learn and develop the fundamental skills of hockey in a competitive environment while promoting character, integrity, sportsmanship, and teamwork. Off the ice, the organization strives to promote volunteerism and community service where we live and travel with the hopes of also inspiring others to make an impact in their local communities.
2013: Music City Marauders Travel Hockey Team Formed
2019: Became a Southern Amateur Hockey Association Affiliate (USA Hockey)
2021: Music City Marauders Hockey Association formed as a Tennessee 501(c)(3) non-profit organization
2021: Board of Directors appointed & Bylaws created
2021: Jordan French hired as Hockey Director
2022: Additional age groups/teams added
2022: Mite Development Program began
The Music City Marauders promote volunteerism, and we actively participate in community service projects where we live and travel to play hockey.
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Here are a few organizations we’ve served alongside:
- HandsOn Nashville
- The Nashville Tree Foundation
- Predators Foundation
- Elks Lodge
- St. Mary of The Seven Sorrows
- Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee
USA HOCKEY AFFILIATION
We recently moved to the area and, even before we arrived, Jordan and the Marauders organization were incredibly helpful and welcoming. After just one skills session, we were completely sold that we were getting the best skills coaching in Middle Tennessee (and probably the entire South). The focus on development while pushing kids to their full potential, setting high expectations, and teaching them how to play “the right way” is a dream come true.