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  Newsletter - June 5, 2009  
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Viking AC, 1928


National Open Cup Game - Round 3 for Region II - Men's Amateur , June 9th

Their next game will be at Toyota Park, Chicago Il against Chicago Fire National Professional Development Soccer League (NPDSL) team.

Date: Tuesday, June 9 , 2009
Time: 5:00 p.m.
Location: Toyota Park located at 7300 W 71st St Bridgeview, IL 60455

National Amateur Cup Game - Round 2 for Wisconsin Playoff - Men's Amateur

Congratulation to the Croatian Eagles victory over Bavarian SC 5 to 3 at Croation Park last Saturday. The Croatian Eagles will represent us at the Region II National Amateur games. The Regional Finals will be held at Gaelic Park, 6119 W. 147th Street, Oak Forest, IL.

Wisconsin Group going to the U.S. Men's National Team vs. Honduras - June 6, 2009 at Soldier Field in Chicago, Ill.

Ben Dorschner is arranging a group of Wisconsin soccer fans to attend the £. . He currently has about 20-25 people going. If you are interested, please call him at 414-303-0828.

Match-Point Soccer Scoring Systems were at the Wisconsin State Championships this weekend

Wisconsin State Championships Group Play waslast weekend! The quest for titles as Wisconsin State Champions in Appleton at USA Youth Sports Complex. Match-Point Soccer Scoring System was on every field.

Match Point, a 35-year-old Wisconsin manufacturer of tennis accessories has introduced the Professional Soccer Scoring System that make soccer score displays quick and easy.

The Match Point Professional Model Soccer Scoring System consists of two sets of numbers - #0 through #9 - in white - with one set printed on a black background and the other set printed on a red background.

The numbers are 10” high and are printed on 9” x 15” outdoor plastic sheet material. The numbers are visible at 100 yards and can be read from both sides... made for U14 and above field sizes.

The backboard frame (18” x 24”) is constructed of white plastic with a handy carrying strap and is collapsible for portability.

They are easy to carry out to the fields with your corner flags and easy to setup and use. The score can be updated by the referee, parent, ball boy or girl. Keeps everyone involved and informed.

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May 31st Men's First Division Schedule

Time Home Score Away Socre Location
Sun. May 31 12:30 PM Milwaukee Serbian   D&S   Caledonia
12:30 PM Croatian Eagles   United Serbian   Croatian Park
12:30 PM USA Palermo   Club Latino   Polonia Club
12:30 PM Verdi   Celtics   Uihlein
2:30 PM Polonia   Cd Aguila   Polonia Club
12:30 PM WSC Tigers   WSC United   Whitman
12:30 PM Bavarian   Milwaukee Brewers   Bavarians field
12:30 PM Milwaukee Sport Club   Milwaukee Kickers   MSC

May 31st Men's Major Division Schedule

Time Home Score Away Score Location
Sun. May 31 3:00 PM Milwaukee Sport Club   Croatian Eagles   MSC
3:00 PM United Serbian   Club Latino   Caledonia
3:00 PM Bavarian   Milwaukee Kickers   Bavarians field
3:00 PM Madison United   Milwaukee Serbian   Warner Park


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Soccer Trivia

What’s the highest place that a United States men’s team has finished in the Olympics?

Spotlight on 2009 Wisconsin Soccer Association Hall of Fame Inductee: Marko "Boz" Bosnjak

Marko "Boz" Bosnjak, Player Category

Currently resides in Franklin, WI with his wife Barbara and daughter Brianna. Marko was born in Milwaukee in 1955. Marko "Boz" was a life long member of the Milwaukee Serbian Soccer Club from the age of 8 until he retired as a player thirty years later.

In addition to his play with the Milwaukee Serbians, Baz played for MATC in 1974 and then transferred to UW-Milwaukee where he was a three-year starter and selected Defender of the Year in 1976 and 1977. A fixture in the Milwaukee Serbian defense during his entire adult career, he was instrumental in their winning numerous Major Indoor Championships in 1977, and Wisconsin State Championship in 1984, 1986 and 1987, Wisconsin Cup Champions in 1978 and 1987 and Wisconsin Open Cup Championships in 1977 and 1984. His defensive capabilities were recognized by his selection to the Wisconsin All-Star team in 1983 and 1984.

WSA HOF - Saturday, March 20, 2010 - Next Hall of Fame is at Serb Hall again!

Plan on attending the 2009 WSA HOF on Saturday, March 20, 2010 at Serb Hall. Please support the advertisers who are listed on the side of the newsletters.

Interesting Links

Italian Soccer Team Practice
How the Italian Soccer Team practices....

International Games Schedule

Date Teams Local Time Venue
6/9/09 L.A. Galaxy vs. Club Sport Herediano (Costa Rica) 7:30 p.m. PST Home Depot Center (Carson CA)
6/20/09 Chicago Fire vs. San Luis (Mexico) 7:00 p.m. CST Toyota Park (Bridgeview, IL)
6/20/09 Chivas USA vs. Tigres UANL (Mexico) 7:00 p.m. PST Home Depot Center (Carson CA)
From U.S. Soccer Federation

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Soccer Trivia Answers

The 1904 Olympic Games were coordinated with the World’s Fair, taking place in St. Louis because all the other cities were busy that week. Soccer was one of the competitions but was held as a club event. Invitations went out to the club teams of the world. However, only four accepted and only three made the trip: Galt Football Club (Ontario, Canada), Christian Brothers College (St. Louis), and St. Rose Parish School (St. Louis). They finished in that order with U.S. teams taking silver and bronze.

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