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  Newsletter - June 26, 2009  

In this newsletter:
We are looking for historical photos for the WSA historical records and for the website. If you want to let us scan them or give them to us, please let us know!
Serbian Sport Club Miwaukee
Note: Look at Lubo's white suit!


Women's Majors Is Back!

Back again, starting this fall.

Team Registration:August 1, 2009
Individual Player Information to WASA: August 28, 2009
1st First Game: September 6, 2009.

League will have a Fall and Spring schedule with 8 games each. If there is any interest, there will be indoor.


National Open Cup Game - Round 3 for Region II - Men's Amateur

Bavirians lost to Chicago Fire National Professional Development Soccer League (NPDSL) team 3 - 1 at Toyota Park, Il June 9th. Bavarians will play their next game at the National Amateur Cup Region II on June 26, 2009 in Oak Park, IL.

National Amateur Cup Game - Region II - June 25-27 - Oak Park, IL

Game are happening now.
The following teams are going to represent Wisconsin in the Region II National Amateur Cup games on June 25-27, 2009 in Oak Park, IL:

USASA Region II Cup schedule
USASA Region II National Cup Information
Category Team
Men's Amateur Croatian Eagles
Men's U23 FC Magic
Men's U20 Milwaukee Kickers
Elm Grove SC
Men's Over 30 Milwaukee City SC
Women's U23 FC Milwaukee
Women's Amateur Women's Soccer Club United

The Regional Finals will be held at Gaelic Park, 6119 W. 147th Street, Oak Forest, IL.

May 14th Men's First Division Schedule

Rank Team
1 Milwaukee Brewers
2 USA Palermo
3 Milwaukee Sport Club
4 Milwaukee Serbian
5 Bavarian
6 United Serbian
7 Milwaukee Kickers
8 WSC Tigers
Date/Time Home Score Away Score Location
Sun. June 28, 5:00pm 1 Milwaukee Brewers   8 WSC Tigers   Polonia Club
TBA 2 USA Palermo   7 Milwaukee Kickers   TBA
Sun. June 28, 12:30pm 3 Milwaukee Sport Club   6 United Serbian   MSC
TBA 4 Milwaukee Serbian   5 Bavarian   TBA

June 26th Men's Major Division Schedule

Date/Time Home Score Away Score Location
Tues. June 30, 6:30pm Serbian SC   Bavarian SC Caledonia
Wed. June 1, 7:00pm Club Latino   Milwaukee Kickers Uihlein


Pictures of the 2009 TopSoccer Winter Fest are now up on the WSA website

Support TOPSoccer Today!

Support them easily by:

1. Sign-up for Pick'n Save "We Care" Program.
2. Identify TOPSoccer, #835075, as one of the recipients of your contribution (If you don't have the number, they have a book there with all the numbers. Also, Pick'n Save allows up to three groups to benefit from your spending!
3. Shop at any Pick'n Save location.

Contact John Janasik at 414.545.0069 or at 414.545.7227 1# go to www.wisconsinsoccer.org.

Interesting Soccer Facts

20 red cards were shown during a 1993 game between Sportivo Ameliano and General Caballero in Paraguay.

Madagascan team Stade Olympique L'Emryne scored 149 own goals against champions AS Adema in 2002. They repeatedly scored own goals in protest of a refereeing decision in their previous game.

In the 1938 World Cup semifinal, Guiseppe Meazza of Italy's shorts fell down as he was taking a penalty shot. He held his shorts up and calmly scored past Brazil's Valter.

Spotlight on 2009 Wisconsin Soccer Association Hall of Fame Inductee: Stefan Heffner

Stefan Heffner, Overall Category
He currently resides in Racine, WI. Stefan "Steve" was born in Germany in 1931 and was an enthusiastic soccer player from an early age. He immigrated to the United States after World War II and eventually settled in the Racine area. His passion for the sport of soccer quickly drew Steve to the Racine Soccer Club, first as a player in the 1950's and later as a coach and administrator starting in the 1960's. Under his leadership the Racine SC was transformed into a soccer power that challenged the established teams for dominance by the early 1960's.

Having realized the benefits of immigration to the U.S. from post-war Europe, Steve worked with then Wisconsin Senator William Proxmire, to establish a successful program to bring to the U.S. deserving individuals and families from Europe. Mr. Heffner was tireless in his campaign to identify appropriate individuals, getting their immigration approved and most importantly, finding them employment in Southern Wisconsin upon their arrival. Many of these persons brought with them their love of the game and soccer skills with them. Wisconsin soccer benefited immensely from the talent and energy that flowed in as players and eventually coaches and administrators.

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 Video

Awesome Goals: Awesome Soccer Video

International Games Schedule

Date Teams Local Time Venue
6/27/2009 Chicago Fire vs. Tigres UANL (Mexico) 7:00 p.m. CST Toyota Park (Bridgeview, IL)
6/27/2009 Chivas USA vs. San Luis (Mexico) 7:00 p.m. PT Home Depot Center (Carson, CA)
6/28/2009 New England Revolution vs. Atlas (Mexico) 4:30 p.m. ET Gillette Stadium (Foxborough, MA)
6/28/2009 Honduras MNT vs. Panama MNT 5:00 p.m. ET WakeMed Soccer Park (Cary, NC)
6/28/2009 Kansas City Wizards vs. Santos Laguna (Mexico) 5:30 p.m. CT CommunityAmerica Ballpark (Kansas City, MO)
6/28/2009 Mexico MNT vs. Guatemala MNT 5:00 p.m. PT Qualcomm Stadium (San Diego, CA)
6/29/2009 Eugene Metro FC Select vs. Bayern Munich II (Germany) 7:30 p.m. PT Willamette H.S. (Eugene, OR)
7/5/2009 Chicago Red Stars vs. Ireland WNT 3:00 p.m. CT Benedictine Sports Complex (Lisle, IL)
7/5/2009 Cracovia (Poland) vs. Monterrey (Mexico) 7:00 p.m. CT Toyota Park (Bridgeview, IL)
From U.S. Soccer Federation

Interesting Links

Milwaukee Brewers: http://www.brewersfc.com/
2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa: http://www.fifa.com/worldcup/index.html
USASA Open Cup results: http://www.usopencup.com/
World soccer stadiums: http://www.worldstadiums.com/

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