Turkey Tournament 2019

December 1 @ 4:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Interested in playing soccer? We offer various opportunities to women of all ages and experience.

  • Little to no experience? No problem! We have various levels of competition.
  • Want to give back? Get Involved and help others.
  • In Financial Need and Want to Play? When available, we provide scholarship opportunities. If you have a special skill or talent that you feel would be beneficial to the WSC, please let us know. We can offer you scholarship awards through your service to the WSC. For example: marketing and event planning experience. If interested, please contact Ginny McCullough
  • Unboarded 4v4 plus keeper Walking Soccer League for session #1 to play at Inbounds Training Center in Glendale. Start date Oct 29. Contact O40WS League Coordinator Lisa Hollander -  [email protected] to get on a team or put in your own team. Read Rules of the Game - Walking Soccer Rules.

If you have any questions about joining a team, contact our Recruitment Coordinator Katie Oberfoell.

Merchandise Catalog: click to find the 2018-2019 catalog. When open, click on the catalog image to open the catalog for item specs, details, and pricing 

2019 Daily Draw Raffle Calendar
Click here for information and winners.

Women's Soccer Club is an organization in Southeast Wisconsin that plays at all skill, age and experience levels. The Women’s Soccer Club matches age with level of play experience. We are more than a soccer club. We are a community of women finding strength in numbers to help our surrounding community for the greater good. We come to play soccer at all levels and stay for the friendships.

We are a mentoring club with women helping women on and off the field. Our programs help our women in need and those of theirs in need. We provide opportunities and promote adult women’s soccer affordably without regard to age, level of experience, skill level, race, national origin, sexual orientation, religion and socio-economic status.


I thought after college, I would not be able to play soccer in a competitive league. When I moved back to Milwaukee area to teach, one of my student’s parents introduced me to the club.. At the time, I was playing at a level that was not the best fit, but after talking to Ginny, she found me a team that was a great match for me. I have been playing with people who are both younger and older than me. It gives me hope to continue playing for many more years! I have introduced many of my friends to…
Melissa FoshagerArsenal O25 Premier League; Estate -Open League Premier A

Mission Statement

The mission of the Women’s Soccer Club as a division of the Women’s Charities, Inc., is to provide opportunities and to promote adult women’s soccer without regard to level of experience, skill level, race, national origin, sexual orientation, religion and socio-economic status

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