Milton Soccer Club
Milton Soccer Club is a non-profit organization dedicated to developing the Milton, WI, area's premier youth soccer program while promoting growth and appreciation of the sport of soccer.
Fall 2015-Spring 2016 Competitive Team Tryout Registration is OPEN
Tryouts are held for MSC U11-U18 competitive teams. Athletes must register (click here to register) and participate in tryouts to be considered for placement on a competitive team. Placement on a team is not guaranteed.
*Register by May 7 to guarantee your tryout t-shirt!
MSC has partnered with School and Sport Pics for pictures this year. School and Sport Pics will be offering online ordering with picture previews available on their website.
For questions or concerns (after picture day), please contact School and Sport Pics directly at 262-780-2902.
MSC is excited to partner with the Milwaukee Wave professional indoor soccer team to bring their 2015 Summer Camp to Milton! Wave camps offer personalized instruction from professional Milwaukee Wave players, coaches and other highly qualified instructors.
MSC is excited to partner with Challenger Sports to bring their 2015 British Soccer Camp to Milton! Challenger Sports' British Soccer Camp is the most popular soccer camp in the country based upon one of the most innovative approaches to coaching youth soccer in the US and Canada. Their experienced staff study the game at all levels and they have identified key techniques and skills players need to work on and master to reach their true potential. With programs for each age, the curriculums includes a variety of foot skills, technical drills, tactical practices, freestyle soccer, small-sided games, coached scrimmages, and a mini tournament play. Players also learn about our core values of respect, responsibility, integrity, sportsmanship and leadership.
Online uniform ordering for Competitive and In House uniforms is OPEN! Uniform purchases are online only with shipping directly to your home.
In order for uniforms to arrive before the start of the Spring season, all orders need to be placed online by Sunday, March 8. Orders submitted after March 8, will be shipped as soon as possible but are not guaranteed prior to the start of the season.
Uniforms are made of light weight material. When wearing undergarments with uniforms, please note US Youth Soccer rules dictate long sleeves or visible undergarments should match the primary color of the jersey.
In the event that you have concerns with uniform fit, missing pieces, etc., please contact Dye Sport directly at 608-326-5118 x. 201; ask to speak with Scott.
Uniform try on for In-House uniforms will be February 11, and March 3, from 6:00 - 7:00 PM at Milton Soccer Club (508 Campus St.)
In House Uniforms:
Players are required to have a White and Red Club jersey. Black shorts and black socks are available to purchase on line or you can supply your own.
Players are required to have a Competitive White and Red Club jersey, Competitive Black shorts and black socks all sold online. Verify your player number with your Coach or Team Manager prior to ordering to ensure duplicate numbers are not ordered.
MSC Spirit Wear:
MSC Spirit Wear is also available for purchase online. Be sure to check out the selection of shirts, sweatshirts, hats and more!
Fall 2014 Girls U14 State League 1st Division Champions
Milton's U14 Girls Competitive Traveling Soccer Team made history on Sunday, November 2nd. They beat the Milwaukee Sport Club Soccer Team 3-0 to become the first girls soccer team in the history of Milton Soccer Club to win the State League 1st Division! They finished the season with a record of (7 wins, 1 loss, 2 ties).
Members of the team:
Front row (left to right) Leah Woods, Alex Rodenberg, Mia Rice, Rae Johnson, Ashley Riesterer, Ella Silha, Shelby Honold
Back row: (left to right) Coach Dan Honold, Emily Goodger, Makenzie Long, Chloe Buescher, Anna Quade, Carly Henke, Kaitlyn Conger, Abbie Campion, Mandy Sullivan, Coach Mike Sullivan
Attitudes Are Contagious!
Please view the videos and PDF below regarding sideline behavior. These videos serve as an important reminder about appropriate sideline behavior and how we all want to promote sportsmanship and the best experience for our kids!