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Neenah Soccer Hall of Fame

This year's Hall of Fame Dinner and Silent Auction will take place on Sunday, September 24 at 5:30 pm at the Best Western Premier Bridgewood Resort Hotel & Conference Center. Dinner is $15/person.

Use the link below to pre-purchase your tickets! A limited number of tickets will be available at the door.

NSC Gear

Looking to buy some NSC Gear? Click on the "NSC Store" tab at the top of this page, to be taken to the website! 


If home Rec games are to be cancelled for the night, this will be determined and posted to the Neenah Soccer Club website and Facebook page by 4 PM.  Any game cancellations after that time will be determined at the field.  Soccer is played in the rain and will only be called off if there is thunder/lightning or if the fields are flooded  and unsafe to play on.  If storms look like they will end by game time we will not cancel the games, in these cases, the coaches /referees will be responsible for cancelling games. If your team is scheduled to play an away game and weather is questionable, consult with the host team to confirm whether the game is on or has been cancelled.

Parents - Please Read!!

It is important that we treat our referees with respect. Use this link to read an article about supporting our referees.

Spring/Summer 2017 Rec League Master Coach Feedback

If you coached a Rec soccer team this past Spring/Summer please use this link to complete a short evaluation of the Master coaches for this program. 

Fall 2017 Rocket Launcher Academy Winter Program Interest Survey

If your child is participating in the Fall 2017  Academy Program, please use this link to answer a short survey about participating in a winter league and Saturday Skills. 


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Scheels Flatgrass Regional Showdown Soccer Tournament


Photos are available at the website.

Uniform Kits for 2017-2018 Season

Welcome to another season of NSC classic soccer! 

If your child is in need of a new kit (or is new to NSC Classic soccer), they will need to purchase a "Kit", which includes a red jersey, white jersey, (the current jerseys have the PCA logo on the sleeve), Adidas shorts and red Adidas socks. There are also several other (optional) items available.  A new kit costs approximately $125 and includes the 2 jerseys, shorts and two pairs of socks. 

To order a new kit (or parts of a kit), Stefans soccer will send you a link to order from their website. These links have not been sent!!! Before this can happen, NSC needs jersey numbers for all of the players (these have been requested from the coaches/managers). 

Because this is the second year of the 2 year uniform cycle, we have asked the players who are not returning to contact us with uniform information (size, number, etc) if they are interested in selling their uniform.  Use the link below to see what's available and check with your coach/manager to see if the jersey number listed is available prior to purchasing. 

Kits for resale:

Volunteers Needed!

As you are likely aware, NSC relies heavily on volunteers to keep its programs affordable. As a parent of a rec, academy or classic player, we require that you volunteer two hours/player before the soccer season ends (7/31/18) or pay the $50/player buyout. Please watch here (& your email)  for links to sign up for these activities.  All volunteer activities after 9/1/2017 will count toward your volunteer requirement for the 2017-18 season.  IF you did not get your two hours /player in for the completed 2016-17 season, please send a check for $50/player ($100 family max) to NSC, PO Box 173, Neenah, WI 54957-0173

Coming up:

  • Fall Picture day helpers: Wednesday & Thursday 9/6-7, 5-8 PM at Tullar Elementary School. Click to sign-up

NSC Partners with Positive Coaching Alliance



The weekend of  August 26-27,  the U13G Lightning team  went 3-0 over the weekend, allowing 0 goals. 


Neenah Soccer Club Hires Director of Coaching

By webmaster 04/21/2017, 3:15pm CDT

Neenah Soccer Club Hires Director of Coaching
The Neenah Soccer Club has hired their first full time director of coaching, Cesar Rizzo, responsible for leading the programming for their 800 recreational and 350 classic program players. He holds a “B” License from the United States Soccer Federation and a Director of Coaching Diploma from the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA).
His professional coaching career began in Brazil in 1994 with Caicara Clube de Jau. He was also the Professional First Team Coach for E.C. XV de Novembro de Jau. In the United States, he was the Director of Coaching for Old Dominion Soccer Club in Virginia Beach, VA, for six years and the region’s Olympic Development Program Head Coach for four years.
Cesar has lead training camps across the world, including: Shizuoka Kita F.C. (Japan), Chiba Remei F.C. (Japan), Holland Cup, Gothia Cup (Sweden), as well as coached youth and professional clubs in Brazil. His playing experience was as a goalkeeper for E.C. XV de Novembro de Jau where in 1985 they won the U17 Boys State Championship.
He received a Bachelor’s degree in Sports Training from the Centro Universitario Claretiano, Batatais SP, BRAZIL. He also holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Economics from Instituicao Toledo de Ensino, Bauru SP, BRAZIL. He is married to Cibele Rizzo and has an adult son, Lucas.
About the Neenah Soccer Club
The Neenah Soccer Club, a member of the Positive Coaching Alliance, provides valuable learning opportunities with the goal of developing future leaders by delivering an experience you will not get anywhere else. The organization strives to develop players and coaches whose love of the game will last longer than the years they play. Since 1973, Neenah Soccer Club has provided a positive experience for the youth in the greater Neenah area by fostering a community that includes sponsors, families, volunteers, coaches, players and excellent facilities. The Club offers player development that provides physical and mental growth, inclusive of all ages, abilities and skills.

The Value of Playing Multiple Sports

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