The Jordan Trophy Room in Norris is a place where people hang out and chat with each other about their football.
But the room is not a normal room.
Instead, it’s a trophy room.
It has a custom-made lounge, where people sit down to play, and even a video game console.
The room is a tribute to Jordan.
“We wanted a space that would be welcoming and open to the community,” says co-owner, Jordan Huggins, who also owns the Norris Sports Club.
Jordan Trophy Room owner Jordan Huggleins says the space is a welcoming place where players can hang out.
(Courtesy Jordan Trophy room)Huggins started the Jordan Trophy Club in 2008 to encourage more young people to take part in sports.
The first season, he didn’t set out to build a “big club” but instead, he just wanted to share his passion for soccer.
Huggin has hosted several local tournaments and has even been featured on ESPN3’s SportsCenter.
“I was very excited about this opportunity to build something that would hopefully provide a pathway for young people in this country to get involved in sports,” he says.
Huggis says his club is a small but active club.
He even started a local youth soccer league.
“We were looking for something that we could grow,” he said.
“We’re not a very big club, but we’ve been very active.
It’s been fun.”
The club is just one of several in the Dallas area that has grown over the past few years.
In 2014, the Norristown Soccer Club and the Dallas Cowboys’ Cowboys Training Center were among the clubs that opened.
There is also a club for the DART Railways, the Dallas Zoo and the local police force.
There are more clubs opening each year, and it’s not just a matter of finding a spot to host a game or an event.
Huggis and the club are also encouraging more people to become involved.
“The club does serve as a platform to share and have fun with the community.
We want to help the community be involved in the club,” he explained.
Huggleins started building the Jordan trophy club in 2009 after spending a few years in the youth soccer program at Norris.
“The young people that were coming through that program were the type of people that we wanted to be able to help in our community,” he told Mashable.
The Jordan Trophy club is located at 4201 S. Lakewood Blvd.