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Neenah Soccer Hall of Fame 2018

The 2018 Hall of Fame Dinner and Silent Auction will take place on Sunday, September 23 at 5:30 pm at the Best Western Premier Bridgewood Resort Hotel & Conference Center.   

This year, the Hall of Fame will recognize our 2018 honorees: Suzy Curler, Dave Grable and Peter van Houwelingen

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For more information, click on the program name


FALL Elementary School
Register: April-July; Play: Late August-Early October

Register Nov-April; Play: May-Mid July


Rocket Launcher Academy

Fall Season
Register May-July; Play Sept-Oct

Spring Season
Register Dec-Feb; Play May-June 



Tryouts in early-mid June
Season 8/1-7/31


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 (7/31/19).  Please watch here (& your email)  for links to sign up for these activities.  All volunteer activities after 8/1/2018 will count toward your volunteer requirement for the 2018-19 season.  

New this year:  Classic and Academy Families must fulfill their hours at Flatgrass. 

Volunteer Opportunities:

*Field Lining - We need a person to work with our fields director to check fields at Lakeview and Great Lawn on a weekly basis.  It would involve touching up existing lines on the fields at Lakeview and the Memorial Park Great Lawn as needed.  We will provide you with the necessary equipment to do it.  This is an as needed volunteer spot running through October.    Click here to sign up for this volunteer spot.

We're using (the leading online signup and reminder tool) to organize our upcoming activity. 
Here's how it works in 3 easy steps: 
1. Click on the link next to the volunteer option to go to our invitation page on to sign up for that volunteer opportunity. 
2. Enter your email address: (You will NOT need to register an account on 
3. Sign up! Choose your spots - will send you an automated confirmation and reminders. Easy! 

Note: does not share your email address with anyone. If you prefer not to use your email address, please contact Erin Johnson at and she can sign you up manually. 

Current Programs

Use this link to access the registration - Demosphere  
If you previously had a family account through Leagueone all of your family data has been transferred over to Demosphere.  You will need to claim your family account in Demosphere by resetting your password.  Please go to the following link for information on how to Claim Your Family Demosphere Account

As part of the Spring Recreational (Fall Elementary School Recreational League does not pay the $50 volunteer buyout), Academy League and Classic registrations, you will be required to pay a $50/player pre-payment of volunteer buyout fees (Family max of $100). In turn, NSC will reimburse you this money after you volunteer two hours.  Your volunteer hours must be completed by the end of the soccer season for the year you registered for (Soccer Season runs August 1, 2018-July 31, 2019).  If you do not volunteer during the Soccer Season, your volunteer buyout fee will be used toward club operating expenses.  See document below for details. 

Parents - Please Read!!

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


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Scheels Flatgrass Regional Showdown Soccer Tournament


Photos are available at the website.

NSC Partners with Positive Coaching Alliance



Positive Coaching Alliance Parent and Player Workshops

By Kathy Fredrickson 03/17/2017, 7:15pm CDT

Saturday, April 8th

Time: 10 am -12 pm

Location: Best Western Bridgewood Resort Ballroom

As part of our partnership with the Positive Coaching Alliance, we will be hosting player and parent workshops. Our goal is to have nearly our entire roster of classic players at this event, with a one or more parents in attendance. Two hours of time will make a difference in how we work together as a unified club family.

The parent’s workshop will be from 10-11 am. While the parents participate in their session, the players will have the opportunity to create selfie props, pose in front of our Instagram frame pop and make a soccer ball from plastic bags.

The players will have their workshop from 11-12. Parents are welcome to stay for snacks and networking. If you want to create props and make a ball, that’s fine too!

We need volunteers to make this event a success! If you are willing to help in any of the following areas, please signup through The link to this signup will be posted at the NSC home page by 3/19. 

  • Registration
  • Book Booth
  • Craft Coordinator /Selfie Soccer Props (pre-work required, as well as day of event)
  • Instagram Frame Prop Volunteer
  • Create a Ball from Plastic Bags

In order to have books for everyone, we need families to register by Friday, March 24th.  Registration is through SportsEngine, if you have used SportsEngine in the past, please use that login to register, if not, you will be asked to create an account.

NSC Receives Gene Edwards Award

By Kathy Fredrickson 03/14/2017, 12:15am CDT

The Wisconsin Soccer Hall of Fame honored the Neenah Soccer Club with the Gene Edwards Special Recognition Award for the organization’s collective contributions to soccer in the State of Wisconsin. The award’s namesake, Gene Edwards (1917 – 2000), was a Milwaukee native and true legend at the local, national and international levels. He served ten terms as President of the Wisconsin Soccer Association and another ten terms as United States Soccer Association (USSF) President. Gene also served on the executive committee for the U.S. Olympics and was a member of  the 1980 Los Angeles Olympic Board of Directors and represented the United States on the FIFA Board of Directors.  Accepting the award on behalf of the members of the Neenah Soccer Club are Tony Ansems, a founding member of the Club, Marti Coan, Neenah Soccer Club President  and a current Neenah Soccer Club player.

The Value of Playing Multiple Sports

Leslie Osborne, Former US Women's National team member talks about the value of young people playing multiple sports.