Boys Soccer

Congrats on the first trophy in Waterford Soccer History! 2019-2020 Season



Looks like we have more people signing up to do Team Dinners this year!  I originally said that it there were no more scheduled but that was a mistake.  Right now we have them scheduled for 9/22 and 9/27.  See the full details and to possibly help out on this link.

The movie night is this Saturday at 8:30pm.  Invite your friends and family!  We will be showing Black Widow on the field with concession stand open!

The Waterford Rec Department is creating their rec soccer league and it will be starting soon!  If you are interested in helping out either in a coaching or refereeing capacity they would be interested!  I'd encourage you all to get involved and influence the future of Waterford soccer!

Please contact Maddie if interested!

Maddie Szalewski
Recreation Director
Waterford Graded School District
819 West Main Street
Waterford, WI 53185

After some delays the apparel and clothing store is finally open for all Waterford soccer gear.
Go to this link: and use the code WHSSOC21
The site closes this sunday at 11:59pm so don't delay!

Parent's night will be celebrated on the 16th vs Pius XI; Senior night will be on the 21st vs Westosha Central as those are our last two scheduled home games.  For Parents night, each team will recognize their parents at Halftime of their respective games.


- UW-Whitewater Preseason Camp August 19th-12th Details should have been mailed to you.  If not, please contact Coach Cresswell

The following is a list of guidelines for Varsity level players that will be measured come tryouts on August 16th.  

1) 75 consecutive touches of a ball juggling  within 2 tries
2) A 72 (or Level 9- 1) on the Pacer Test
3) Hit a 2-3 yard wide target from 15 yards out 7/10 tries using only 2 touches starting with your back to the target.  Videos of what this looks like here:
Tryouts Drill Outside of Foot Turn
Tryout Passing Drill Outside Foot Turn  

While these are not official requirements of a varsity player , these are the things I believe it takes to make a meaningful contribution at the varsity level and are skills necessary to compete against good teams.  Players should come into training ready to complete these tasks.  I repeat, failure of any of these does not automatically prevent you from making Varsity.  These are suggested guidelines if you wish to make an impact at that level of the game.

For those of you that have hit those already, field players at the STATE and COLLEGE level can do the following:
1) 200 consecutive juggling touches within 3 tries
2) A 90 (Level 10-7) on the Pacer Test
3) Hit those gates mentioned earlier 9/10 times with all three types of turns on both feet

Coaching Staff:
Varsity Coach: Andrew Cresswell
262-534-3189 Ext. 7154
Assistant Coach: Ryan Krueger
 JV Coach: David Crissey

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