What is Fidelity House AAU?
Fidelity House Kings AAU is back for it's 22nd year. Our goal is to bring a positive basketball experience to all of our players while competing locally in invitational tournaments, qualifying tournaments and other events. Fidelity House looks to maintain it's strong reputation as a quality AAU basketball program within the Greater Boston area.
This AAU season will feature: weekly skills clinics for AAU participants and members of Fidelity House, each team will have 1-2 practices per week and we will be going to 4-8 tournaments this Spring. The AAU fee will be determined by the number of events each team decides to play in. Generally our AAU fee is much more affordable than our competitor's price. We are able to do this by having our own gym for practices, making smart decisions as an organization, having volunteer coaches and our not-for-profit mindset.
Fidelity House AAU began in 2000 with a single AAU team, and has grown each year. Former Fidelity House players have gone on to play Division I, II and III college basketball. We have had 50+ athletes play sports at the collegiate level without the luxury of multiple teams per grade or corporate sponsorship. In the meantime, lifelong friendships and relationships have been formed through the great sport of basketball. Fidelity House AAU is known for their competition level, sportsmanship and player camaraderie throughout New England. It's a tribute to the players, coaches and families that make this commitment each season.
Fidelity House AAU prioritizes team play and skill development, we are able to achieve this through quality coaching, lofty expectations (player & team) & committed players/families/coaches. A typical Fidelity House King is a gym rat who can't wait for their next practice, skills & drills clinic or open gym opportunity. This mindset leads to the Fidelity House teams' ability to compete in all circumstances against all competition.
Fidelity House is extremely proud of our former players, who routinely return as coaches or supporters of the program. We've been lucky to have dozens of former Kings go on to become captains of their college team and many more were captains of their HS teams. A captain is someone that has the trust of their teammates as well as coaches, as high an honor as any all-league recognition in our eyes.