The Deadline to order uniforms is July 13th.
We are hoping to have 2-3 uniform fitting times this week so if you still need to get your player fitted for the fall, please try to be at one of these dates and times!
First scheduled fitting will be Tuesday, June 30 from 6-7pm at the BQ pavilion. A parent volunteer will be sitting at the pavilion with all jersey and shorts sizes. Please plan on being there no later than 7pm, as this volunteer needs to leave promptly at 7.
Second scheduled fitting will be Wednesday, July 1 from 6-7pm at the BQ pavilion.
If there will be any additional days and times for this week, they will be posted soon! Thank you!
Got outgrown soccer cleats? Donate 'em!
The Watertown Soccer Club is once again coordinating a cleat exchange for all Watertown area soccer players. When you outgrow your soccer cleats, please consider donating them to the WSC so another player can make use of them.
Need soccer cleats? We got 'em!
It's a very simple process. If you need soccer cleats, contact Carrie Backus at firstname.lastname@example.org letting her know what size cleats you need, and she will provide the cleats (if your size is available).
There is no donation required in order to receive a pair of soccer cleats!
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!