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508 Campus St.
Milton, WI, 53563
United States

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Milton Soccer Club (MSC) In House Program strives to promote the growth and appreciation of the sport of soccer by providing a culture of learning, growing and having fun with the sport in a recreational environment. MSC's in house (recreational) program consists of MSC teams playing other MSC teams in 6-7 games per season including our annual end of the season Spring Tournament.  Teams are coached by volunteer coaches, therefore practice dates/times vary and are determined by individual coaches.

Registration Closes: March 11, 2016

Online Uniform Ordering

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.

Click here for uniform sizing charts


Milton Soccer Club is committed to the individual player and team development of each participant in our competitive division. We strive to place players in a team environment suitable for their abilities and we expect players to strive to do their best for themselves and their teammates.


A competitive player is expected to participate in an average of two practices per week and games that could occur on weekends or weekdays. There could be additional training or tournaments as directed by the individual coach. Lack of participation could jeopardize a player’s ability to develop or maintain skill sets that will help his or her team.


Playing time on a competitive team is not guaranteed. Each coach is expected to make decisions that are best for the team in regards to individual playing time based on the competitiveness of games in which they are playing. If there are concerns over playing time, players should speak with their coach directly. Good sportsmanship is a must for players and parents. Please refrain from taunting or arguing with referees, parents or players during games.