The Madison Futsal League's Forge boys Under-14 team will play at the U.S. Youth Futsal National Championships this weekend in New Century, Kan.
The Milwaukee Torrent will play their inaugural season in the National Premier Soccer League.
Osvaldo Ramirez (West De Pere) has taken a path not often followed by Wisconsin players: Heading south to Mexico to play professional soccer.
Ethan Finlay (Marshfield) didn't get much time on the pitch in his second cap for the U.S. national team Friday night, but the Columbus Crew midfielder still made a huge impact.
A crowd of 2,100 turned out to watch the Wisconsin Sports Group All-Stars surge past Michigan side ABK 12-3 on Saturday night at Milwaukee Pius High School in the first professional futsal match played in Wisconsin.
The schedule is set for Madison United's 23rd annual President's Cup, with 72 teams poised to converge on the capital city for the adult indoor tournament.
While a group of former UW-Oshkosh men's soccer players continue their efforts to save the successful program from elimination, Titans coach Wytse Molenaar has moved on to the next chapter in his career.
Ethan Finlay (Marshfield) became the latest Wisconsin player to appear for the U.S. national team, earning the start in his first career cap Sunday afternoon against Iceland.
For the second straight day, the Milwaukee Wave rallied to forge a fourth-quarter tie on Sunday afternoon. But this time, the home side couldn't complete the comeback.
After a frustrating stint in Ireland last year, Sam Dorf (Milwaukee Marquette) has started his professional soccer career in Israel.
Feb. 3, 2001: Two players with state ties were selected in the Major League Soccer SuperDraft in Davie, Fla. Narciso Fernandes (UW) was taken by the Kansas City Wizards with the 59th overall selection in the fifth round, while Miguel Saavedra (Milwaukee Tech) went to the Dallas Burn at No. 67 in the sixth round. Fernandes went on to play one match for the Wizards and played five seasons in the USL Premier Development League. Saavedra was traded to the Chicago Fire a year later and didn't make an MLS appearance, but did get into a CONCACAF Champions' Cup match for the team. He spent most of 2002 on loan to the Milwaukee Rampage, helping the team win the USL A-League title in what proved to be its final season.