about us

Overview

Sockers FC Wisconsin has offered kids around southeast Wisconsin the opportunity to play soccer since 1981 under different club names. In 2012 we came together as Sockers FC Wisconsin.  The majority of our training and game facilities are located in the Lake Country (Arrowhead), Kettle Moraine, and Oconomowoc areas.  Our organization is run by volunteers. Our Board of Directors is made up of volunteers who often have children in the program. We are fortunate to have an outstanding group of Directors of Coaching whose success and breadth of experience are unique in Wisconsin, along with many experienced licensed coaches who share their enthusiasm for the game.  The success we have achieved is due to the hard work of all those who have made a commitment to an organization designed around our players.

Sockers FC Wisconsin exists for the kids. We develop our players to be the best they can and want to be, from three years of age through the end of high school, in a fun and challenging training environment. We continuously look for the best coaches in the Midwest and around the country, and we relentlessly improve our programs year after year with the goal to make them the best in the Midwest, bar none.

What makes us unique is that we offer an unmatched range of programs to suit all player levels, desires, and age groups, from a toddler’s introduction to soccer through the most elite soccer leagues in the Midwest.  We have a program for your player, which will match his or her intensity, desires, and skills. Whether they are looking for an opportunity to play relaxed recreational soccer games on the weekend or intending to play Division I college soccer, these opportunities and more exist here at Sockers FC Wisconsin.

We work very hard to make our programs affordable to all players.  Fundraising and sponsorship are essential to making this possible, and we may ask that all of our members participate in fundraising programs during the season.  We do not want to see a child be denied the opportunity to play soccer because of financial reasons.  Financial assistance is available on a case-by-case basis.