Wisconsin United FC offers a complete spectrum of local, state, and regional soccer programs. This variety allows pathways to grow at every ability level and development milestone. From recreational soccer to our highest-level academy programs, we strive to offer something for everyone.
4U-Adult (Ages 4-Adult)
Our recreational programs are perfect for those who are first starting out in soccer or just wish to play without the additional commitment of club soccer. Girls and boys (3 through 18+) can participate in this program with little to no experience. Coaches are typically parent volunteers who introduce age-appropriate skills and fundamentals while placing an emphasis on having fun! Spring programs are offered in Howard, Appleton and Menasha along with a Saturday-only program in Howard.
5U-10U (Ages 5-10)
Our Juniors program is designed for girls and boys who desire a higher level of challenge and professional training from licensed coaches. Training focuses on ball mastery, technical skills, and game understanding in a fun and competitive environment. Skill development is the primary focus of this program. Juniors programs are available for all campuses (Appleton, De Pere, Howard and Menasha).
11U-14U (Ages 11-14)
Our Pre-Academy program is a competitive and challenging environment. Players are placed on teams based on skill level and compete against teams in the East Central Soccer District, State, or Regional leagues. Teams are based out of Appleton, De Pere, Howard and Menasha with the highest level teams made up of players from all four campuses.
15U+ (Ages 15+)
Our Academy program is for high school-aged athletes from 14 to 18. Teams typically consist of players from all four campuses, with training located in central or alternating sites. High-level licensed coaches are assigned to Academy teams to help prepare players for—and build on—their high school seasons.
WIUFC Player Pathways
Birth Year & Season Matrix
When determining the age group for a season, the year the season ends should be used for determining the birth year. Also, note that the format “age followed by U” means that age and younger. For example, 8U means 8 and younger. For more age-group information please reference U.S. Soccer’s Player Development Initiatives.