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Madison Area Youth Soccer Association

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WINTER IS COMING

OSC fields closed until spring

SUPERHERO SOCCER

The Rookie League and 4K Kickers programs held the first OSC Halloween Spooktacular on Oct. 29, 2017. Players had fun playing soccer while dressed up in their Halloween costumes.

The Rookie League and 4K Kickers programs held the first OSC Halloween Spooktacular on Oct. 29, 2017. Players had fun playing soccer while dressed up in their Halloween costumes. Click on the image above to view more photos.

OREGON SOCCER CLUB

The Oregon Soccer Club is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization whose mission is to provide the youth of Oregon, Wisconsin, and surrounding communities the opportunity and training to learn and play the game of soccer at varying levels of recreational or competitive play. OSC strives to teach and demonstrate soccer skills, sportsmanship, teamwork, respect and fair play, as well to foster youth growth and development through soccer and enjoyment of the game.


REGISTRATION RE-OPENED FOR HIGH SCHOOL BOYS

Registration will be open for high school-age boys players until Nov. 19. They will pay an initial fee of $250; the total fees for Under-16 through Under-19 teams for the Spring 2018 season are still to be determined. Use the code 2018Spring to register through our LeagueOne site.

PARENTS' NIGHT OUT: REGISTRATION FULL

Apparently, our first Parents’ Night Out is quite popular. The event, which is Saturday, Nov. 18 at Rome Corners Intermediate School, quickly filled up. We will look to schedule similar events in the future.

Sponsored by CHALLENGER SPORTS

CHALLENGER SPORTS

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Most Oregon SC Competitive staff coaches and Academy trainers are provided through a partnership with Challenger Sports, which has been running soccer camps and programs in the U.S. since 1985. The organization also operates the weekly Player Development Program during the fall and spring and presents the TetraBrazil and British Challenger camps each summer in Oregon.

Sponsored by THYSSE

THYSSE

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Thysse, which started in 1941 in Madison, is in its third generation of family ownership. The company moved to Oregon in 2012 and continues to expand its services, which includes the design and production of print products and promotional materials. Thysse designed locker rooms for the UW men's basketball team and Marquette volleyball team and the Sports Performance facility at UW Health at The American Center in Madison.