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Madison Area Youth Soccer Association

TOPSoccer Offers Inclusive, Diverse Abilities Soccer

TOPSoccer - The Outreach Program for Soccer - is a recreational sports program for children and adults with intellectual, emotional, or physical disabilities offered only through local US Youth Soccer-affiliated soccer clubs. TOPSoccer provides people with diverse abilities an opportunity to play soccer in a structured environment that is safe, fun, supportive, and inclusive. Visit the website for an overview of the program. To sign up locally, visit the Facebook page or send an email to topsoccer.madison@gmail.com. 

Registration Open! Wisconsin Badger Girls' Soccer Camps, January-March 2023

Wisconsin Badger Girls’ Soccer Camps are designed to prepare players to compete and train at a higher level. Sessions focus on technique development as well as teamwork and special team tactics and strategy. An additional area of concentration is the development of positional skills through practices designed to improve positional awareness and understanding. The Girls’ Soccer camps provide an excellent opportunity for girls to enjoy great soccer, meet new friends, and have a great camp experience. Under the direction of Wisconsin's goalkeeper coach, Tim Rosenfeld, the Girls' Soccer Camps will provide specific goalkeeper instruction. All sessions of Badger Sports Camps are open to any and all entrants, limited only by number, age, grade level and/or gender. For more details, visit: http://www.uwcamps.com/sport.aspx?id=13

Spring 2023 registration is open

REGISTRATION DETAILS:

Early registration discount ($25) deadline: applies to fall registration

  • U6-U8 registration fee: $175
  • U9-U10 registration fee: $340
  • U11-U14 registration fee: $540
  • U15-U19 registration fee: $335 (This is due to a half season at the high school level. Please note: For any U15 (birth year 2008) 8th graders that will be rostered to a U14/15 team, there will be an additional charge of $205 billed post initial registration to bring their registration fee up to the $540.)

Fees can be paid all up front or in 2 installments.

MGSC does not want the cost to play soccer to be a reason a child doesn’t play. For this reason, MGSC offers scholarships to offset the costs to play to kids needing financial assistance. For more details, see the scholarships section of mononagrovesoccer.com.

Go to the registration page to register!

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Youth Soccer Referees Needed

Youth Soccer Referee Courses are open now and will be reimbursed upon successful completion. Additionally, candidates that successfully complete all requirements by 12/31/2022 will receive a free uniform kit. Get paid to give back to the game!

Competition and Player Development Opportunities

TOCA Madison: Located in Madison/Fitchburg, they are an indoor soccer and sports center offering programs for the entire family! TOCA Madison offers soccer programs from the first touch in their TOCA Strikers 18 months to 7 years as well as technology-driven training for kids 7 years and older. Adults recreation leagues are also offered. And, they're hiring! 

Keva Sports Center: Located in Middleton, there are youth and adult leagues and camps for an array of sports including soccer. 

Madison Futsal: Offering youth and adult leagues in addition to a futsal academy. 

New uniforms in Fall!

UNIFORMS – NEW NEXT SEASON!

MGSC will acquire new, timeless uniforms in 2022! All players will receive a new uniform while registering.  Please specify preferred size of jersey, shorts, and socks.  Uniform fees will be collected at the time of registration and are as follows:

  • U6-U8 uniform fee (1 jersey, 1 shorts, 1 pair of socks): $26
  • U9-U19 uniform fee (2 jerseys, 1 shorts, 1 pair of socks): $78

Volunteer Service Requirement New for 2022/2023 Season

NEW REQUIREMENT! VOLUNTEER SERVICE

The Monona Grove Soccer Club requires the participation of its member families to help with the functions necessary for running the volunteer-led club. MGSC recognizes that all of its members have their own time priorities and constraints. It further recognizes that some families have the time and the desire to provide more volunteer hours than others and this is always welcome! To assist in keeping club costs low, each family is required to complete a total of 2 service hours during the entire season (fall & spring). The service hour requirements are per family, despite how many children a family has playing in the club.

Below is a list of volunteer opportunities that are most in need and that will fulfill a family’s volunteer obligation. Members interested in these options must commit to the entire season (fall & spring):

  • Field Liner - PAID POSITION; training provided spring of 2023 for the fall of 2023 = no games, if no lines on the field!
  • Team coach
  • Assistant coach
  • Board position
  • U6, U7, U8 coordinator
  • Volunteer coordinator
  • Uniform coordinator

There will also be many other volunteer opportunities sent via email and posted on our social media pages prior to and during the soccer season. The volunteer service hours can be performed by any member of the family as long as the activity selected is appropriate for the age and maturity level of the person performing the activity.

For more details, visit the policy page here

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Monona Grove Soccer Club

The Monona Grove Soccer Club (MGSC) is a non-profit organization created in 2008 to better serve the soccer needs of children ages 5 to 18 in the Monona and Cottage Grove areas.  MGSC strives to provide a cost-effective program at a reasonable fee for all members. The MGSC will ensure that no child interested in playing soccer is left behind. Players of all skill levels will be placed on a team.