SC Waukesha Soccer Club provides the opportunity for youth to meet and play soccer with children their own age while developing their soccer skills and overall fitness. We have several teams at each age group from ages 3-18. SC Waukesha features small team sizes and exceptional training for both its coaches and players to provide each child the best opportunity to develop his or her soccer skills.
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Spring: 6-8 games plus 3 games in SC Waukesha's May Madness Tournament
18-22 Games Total!!
u6-u8 play 4v4 with maximum player roster of 8
u9-u10 play 6v6 with goalkeeper with a maximum player roster of 11
u11-u12 play 8v8 with goalkeeper with a maximum player roster of 14
u13-u18 play 11v11 with goalkeeper with a maximum player roster of 18.
Foot Skills Training
(2) tournament participation awards/trophies
Youth Certified Coaches
SC Waukesha Programs:
SC Waukesha Soccer Club offers youth the opportunity to play soccer at many different age groups. Recreational soccer begins at the U-4 level and the SC Waukesha program teaches the fundamentals of soccer while placing an emphasis on having fun and enjoying the game. SC Waukesha offers a higher level of competition for ages 6-10 in the Academy Program.
Mini-Kickers (u4 to u5)
The and 4 year old program is a fun introduction to soccer playing 3v3 "micro-soccer". A combined "fun drill" practice/game session of 1.5 hours is held each Tuesday night starting the 1st Tuesday of September thru the 2nd last week of October; 5:40 pm start time, and resumes the Tuesday after Easter thru the first week of June; 6:00 pm start time. Teams will participate in SC Waukesha's May Madness Tournament each spring.
Junior Club Soccer (u6 to u10)
Designed for players aged 5 to 9 to develop skills against a level of competition matching the players' current skill, ability and desire with a minimul level of commitment of both child and parent. Players ages 5-7 play 4v4 and ages 8-9 play 6v6 with an emphasis on skill development and fun. There are 6-8 games each session and practices run from 1 to 1.5 hours once or twice per week.
Academy Soccer (u7 to u10)
This program provides a higher level of competition and training for players aged 6-9 who have demonstrated the ability, skill development, desire and committment to play soccer at an advanced level. Academy teams are formed solely on skills, ability and desire of child with those players evaluated highest placed on the Academy team for that age group. Academy teams have highly skilled coaches and professional trainers, participate in competitive practices and league play, play in multiple tournaments and participate in an indoor winter league. The Academy teams require additional commitment of both players and parents.
Fall 2013 / Spring 2014 Age Groups
Birth Date Between
August 1, 2009 and July 31, 2010
August 1, 2001 and July 31, 2002
August 1, 2008 and July 31, 2009
August 1, 2000 and July 31, 2001
August 1, 2007 and July 31, 2008
August 1, 1999 and July 31, 2000
August 1, 2006 and July 31, 2007
August 1, 1998 and July 31, 1999
August 1, 2005 and July 31, 2006
August 1, 1997 and July 31, 1998
August 1, 2004 and July 31, 2005
August 1, 1996 and July 31, 1997
August 1, 2003 and July 31, 2004
August 1, 1995 and July 31, 1996
August 1, 2002 and July 31, 2003
Junior Club Registration Fees
Base Fee Includes:
SC Waukesha Augustfest and May Madness Tournaments (U7-U10 Only)
Tournament participation award
$100 refundable volunteer deposit (U7-U10 Only)
SC Waukesha Soccer Club offers youth the opportunity to play soccer at many different age groups. Junior Club soccer begins at the U-4 level and the SC Waukesha program teaches the fundamentals of soccer while placing an emphasis on having fun and enjoying the game. All players will receive equal playing time in varying positions on the soccer field. Registration will begin in late May or beginning of June.
At all ages and levels of recreational soccer parents play a major role in the enjoyment that their child gets out of playing soccer and the success of the overall soccer program. The effort and time that a parent or guardian puts into a child’s soccer team has a substantial impact on the enjoyment the whole family gets out of their association with SC Waukesha. As with many other organizations, volunteers are valued and needed for everything from coaching to lining fields to bringing the snacks for after the game. Consider where your volunteerism is needed at some point in time you will be asked to participate in one way or another.
Age Groups and Levels (the Under or U- System)
U-4 and U-5
SC Waukesha begins children in soccer at the U4 and U5 age groups. The U4 and U5 age groups are combined, with practice session’s 90 minutes in length held weekly for 7-8 weeks. Sessions will consist of skill development and small sided - 3v3 soccer game. These sessions will be held on the small sided field at the UWW Soccer Complex. A knowledgeable coach who will be appointed by the Director of Player and Coaching Development will run the sessions. Parents are strongly encouraged to participate in order to make the event more enjoyable for their child.
At this level, players are physically developing at different levels, some becoming more competitive, some more skilled and others are just interested in having fun in playing the game of soccer. The number of teams is dependent upon the number of players who register to play that year. Each co-ed team practices once a week (Wed.) with games on Fridays. Games are played in a 4 v 4 small sided format and officiated by a paid referee. Teams only compete against other SC Waukesha teams.
U-7 thru U-8
At this level SC Waukesha will slowly introduce players to the more competitive side of the game of soccer while continuing to maintain a focus on having fun. The number of teams is dependent upon the number of players who register to play that year. Each co-ed team practices twice a week, with days and times specified by the coaches. Games are played in a 4 v 4 small sided format and officiated by a paid referee. Games maybe played during the week or on Saturday. Games are to be played with teams outside of the SC Waukesha Club in the Waukesha Area Recreational Soccer League (WARS), comprised of Western Waukesha County teams. Travel is local with approximately half of the games being played away from the SC Waukesha fields. Participation in these leagues and travel to games raises the level of commitment from the parents and players. SC Waukesha, along with both the state and national soccer associations, feel that small-sided games provide everyone with an equal opportunity for playing time, touches on the soccer ball and the ability to better improve their soccer skills.
The next level of Junior Club soccer is when boys and girls are separated from each other on teams and play in different leagues and divisions. Teams now play in a 6 v 6 format. There would be 5 field players and a goalie. Teams practice twice a week. Once an age group registration is completed the U7-U10 Director will randomly select teams of 11 players. The number of teams is dependent upon the number of players who register to play that year. Games are to be played with teams outside of the SC Waukesha Club in the Waukesha Area Recreational Soccer League (WARS). Travel is local with approximately half of the games being played away from the SC Waukesha fields. Participation in these leagues and travel to games raises the level of commitment from the parents and players.
The next level of play for boys retains many of the same rules and requirements as the U 9 level. Once an age group registration is completed, the U7-U10 Director will randomly select teams of 11 players. The number of teams is dependent upon the number of players who register to play that year. The team will practice twice weekly and game formats remain the same using the 6 v 6 small sided game format. This age group also plays in the WARS recreational leagues. Level of competition varies yet an increase in age and developmental abilities offers an opportunity to help prepare those players who wish to continue on to the classic or select level of play.
The Waukesha Area Recreational Soccer League may offer a straight age group division or may offer a split U9/10 division. Once an age group registration is completed, the U7-U10 Director will randomly select teams of 11 players. The number of teams is dependent upon the number of players who register to play that year. Team practice takes place twice weekly and the fields are shared with other teams. Games maybe played during the week or on Saturday.
Both the boys and girls U9/U10 teams enter two tournaments each season. Augustfest (fall) and May Madness (spring)
Coaching Selection Process
Any parent or person interested in coaching at the recreational level at SC Waukesha should contact our U7-U10 Director or Director of Coaching Development. Junior Club team coaches do not get paid and are mostly parents of players. Please indicate on the club registration form your interest in becoming a coach or assistant coach for SC Waukesha. Coaching clinics are offered and each coach will be provided with specific guidelines as to what is expected at each age level. The State Association and club require a minimum of a "G" license to coach youth soccer at SC Waukesha. SC Waukesha will aid interested coaches in obtaining the required licenses. All interested coaches should volunteer as a coach when asked during the online registration process