Community Soccer

The Community Soccer Program is for all area youth from 1st through 8th grade.  The purpose of community soccer is to provide and foster organized youth soccer for girls and boys at a fun yet challenging level.  The philosophy of our program is to promote participation, emphasize sportsmanship and develop skills with an appreciation for the game of soccer.

The programming season includes approximately 14 games total - occurring on Saturday mornings or early afternoons in fall and spring.

Community Soccer coaches are all SafeSport certified, and receive support and training from Director of Coaching, Chris Corrao.  All coaches have the opportunity to continue their training with sponsored courses from US Soccer and WYSA, which offers licensing programs from Grassroots through Professional.


6/3 – Players from every community registering by end of day 6/3 will be entered into a drawing to have their registration fee waived – 1 boy and 1 girl will be drawn.

6/15 – Last day to register before the late fee begins. 

6/16 – Late fee of $25 added.  Price increases to $135

6/30 – Last day to register before waitlist begins.  Waitlist means kids can be added to teams if there is room per approval from community.

7/1 – Waitlist begins.

7/15 – Teams and coaches identified.  Place shirt orders.

7/31 – Game schedule change requests due. 

8/15 – Fall game schedule complete.

9/9 – 10/28 Fall season

9/30 - 10/1 – Community League Tournament


Participating Communities

With teams representing the communities of Manitowoc, Elkhart Lake, Howards Grove, Cedar Grove-Belgium, Oostburg, Kohler, Sheboygan, and Sheboygan Falls, the Community Soccer Program is a great opportunity for youth to learn and grow in the sport with their neighbors and classmates.  Players will join and practice in their local community.  Teams will also play approximately half of their games on their home fields and will travel to their neighboring communities for away games.


League Rules

The Rules and Guidelines cover the standard rules and expectations that are applicable to all grade levels.

For Grades 1-4, there is an additional list of rule modifications and exceptions that are in place for the current season.

Program Details:


  •      Grades 1 - 8


  •      $110
  •      There are no refunds.


  •      One Dri-fit MFC shirt
  •      One soccer ball
  •      1 - 2 practices per week
  •      One Tournament (Fall)
  •      Fall season (6 - 8 games)
  •      Spring season (6 - 8 games)

Registration Contact:

  • Angie Havlichek
  • (920) 901-2149





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