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Information about Winter Training can be found under the Training tab


The New Referee training course is a 16 hour course with half of the time spent online and the other half in the classroom. It is designed to provide entry level referee skills and information through classroom and field training for candidates. Emphasis is on preparing for youth program participation – including recreational and competitive games. Field emphasis is on specific procedures.

Participants must be at least 12 years old at the beginning of clinic to attend a New Referee course; those under 14 years old will be registered as a Level 9 Referee and can only be assigned to recreational games. Administration of the USSF written examination is included at the course. Minimum passing score is 75%.

Watertown will host a New Referee Class on January 14th at the Watertown Senior Center.  Please visit to register.


Soccer Fest

The club is looking for parents who would be interested in assisting with organizing the Soccer Fest event in 2017. The board would like to hold the event again but this time hold it in conjunction with club registration which is held in May. The club is leaning towards an event that will be held in April of 2017. A board member has expressed an interest in potentially leading the committee but needs your assistance in planning the event.

Interested individuals should contact the volunteer coordinator.

Vacant Board Positions

Currently there are two vacant board positions on the WSC Board of Directors, they are: Outreach Coordinator and Volunteer Coordinator. If you are interested contact a board member for more details.
Duties and responsibilities of these board positions are posted lower on this page. 

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A US Youth Soccer Region 2 and Wisconsin Youth Soccer Association Recreational Accredited Club

The Watertown Soccer Club (WSC) was established in 1995 by community volunteers to provide boys and girls in the Watertown area an opportunity to participate in soccer beyond the recreational level offered by the Park & Recreation Department. Membership in the WSC has steadily increased over the years and now includes players starting in the 4th grade (U10 division) through high school (U18 division). The WSC is part of the Madison Area Youth Soccer Association (MAYSA); WSC teams compete in recreational and competitive levels of soccer against teams from all around the Madison area. The WSC is a member of US Youth Soccer, the largest youth sports organization in the United States, whose mission is “to foster the physical, mental, and emotional growth and development of America’s youth through the sport of soccer.” The WSC strives to develop players’ individual skills, promote teamwork and good sportsmanship, and make it fun!