Before heading to Madison to start his career with the University of Wisconsin men's soccer team in the fall, Sam Brotherton will represent his country.
The state's newest professional outdoor soccer team will play in a new league.
A high-scoring junior from a Waukesha school was named the Gatorade Wisconsin Player of the Year for girls soccer on Tuesday – just probably not the one who many would've considered the favorite for the honor heading into the season.
After being relegated from Sweden's Superettan last season and not scoring in their first five matches in the third-tier Division 1 Södra this year, Andrew Stadler (Wauwatosa East) and Landskrona BoIS finally had reason to celebrate Saturday.
For the first time in program history, the Oregon High School prep girls soccer team is ranked first in the state.
In most soccer leagues, conventional wisdom is that winning at home and tying on the road is enough for teams to challenge for the title. But the National Premier Soccer League Midwest Region is anything but conventional this season.
Everywhere you looked during the Madison 56ers' season opener Wednesday, there seemingly was something new – from the turf pitch at Breese Stevens Field to the Cap City Supporters group and the team's uniforms to the players wearing them.
It certainly wasn't the result they wanted, but Madison Fire players walked off the field at Valley Stadium on Wednesday night in West Des Moines, Iowa, proud of their performance in a 2-1 loss to the host Des Moines Menace in a Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup first-round match.
If someone calculated a strength of schedule statistic for the state's prep girls soccer teams, Waukesha West surely would be near the top this season.
Maegan Kelly (Marquette) scored her first league goal and set up two others and older sister Katie Kelly (Marquette) added an assist as Åland United thumped host Merilappi United 4-1 in a Naisten Liiga match Thursday in Kemi, Finland.
May 20, 1951: German club Eintracht Frankfurt rolled past a Midwest All-Star team 8-0 in a friendly watched by 8,000 fans at Marquette Stadium in Milwaukee. Defender Joachim Janisch, a future national teamer, and Al Pfaff had goals in each half for the German side against the All-Stars, whose roster included fullback Walter Schroeder and halfbacks Norm Blaeski and Gene Edwards of the Milwaukee Brewers and Hungarian Tigers striker Charlie Papp.