Three U.S. soccer legends will be in Stevens Point next summer.
It isn't often that a team other than Madison West, Madison Memorial or Middleton wins the Big Eight Conference boys soccer title.
There were 525 prep soccer teams in Wisconsin during the 2015-16 school year, most likely the top total in state history.
The fall version of the Wisconsin State Championships, better known as the State Cup, expands to six divisions this fall.
David Caban (Kenosha Tremper/UW), who earned his first cap in a friendly against the United States in May, will rejoin the Puerto Rico national team for its upcoming 2017 Caribbean Cup qualifying matches.
Here's a look at the 2016 recruiting classes for the state's NCAA Division I and II schools and commitments by state players to Division III, NAIA or out-of-state schools.
With high school boys soccer teams ready to start the season Monday as practice kicks off across the state, two-time defending WIAA Division 1 state champion Milwaukee Marquette will do so as one of the nation's top-ranked teams.
Andrew Stadler (Wauwatosa West) got back on the scoreboard, and sparked his team to a victory on Saturday in Sweden's top-tier Allsvenskan.
Madison's Takumi Ikeda was part of the Generation adidas Elite Soccer Program last month in San Jose, Calif., one of two representatives from the Chicago Fire Academy to participate in the five-day event.
After claiming two trophies last week, Bavarian SC goes for the treble this weekend.
July 16, 2014: Giovani Hernandez converted a penalty kick in the final seconds of second-half stoppage time, giving Mexican club Club Deportivo Guadalajara a 1-1 draw against Premier League side Swansea City in a preseason friendly at Miller Park in Milwaukee. It was the first match between professional teams in Wisconsin in nearly nine years and drew 31,237 fans, likely the largest crowd to ever watch a soccer game in the state. Read our recap, with extended video highlights