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  Newsletter - July 10, 2009  
 

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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.


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

In Men’s Open Final, Bavarians (WI) and Nebraska 402 (NE) kept the game close as the score remained 2-2 in the 90th minute. Both teams played on Saturday under a sunny sky with temperatures in the high 90s. The match went into overtime to only give two more goals for Bavarians making them the 2009 USASA Region II Open Cup Champions. Bavarians lost their chance to advance in last year’s qualifying when they were eliminated in quarterfinals by AAC Eagles (IL).

Their next game will be in Orlando, Florida, on July 24-26

National Amateur Cup Game - Region II


The following teams from Wisconsin participated in the Region II National Amateur Cup games on June 25-27, 2009 in Oak Park, IL:

Category Team
Men's Amateur Croatian Eagles
Men's U20 Milwaukee Kickers
Elm Grove SC
Men's U23 FC Magic
Men's Over 30 Milwaukee City SC
Women's Amateur Women's Soccer Club United
Women's U23 FC Milwaukee

Milwaukee Kickers U20 have won and are advancing on to the finals.

The USASA National Cup Finals will be held in Orlando, Florida, July 24-26, at the Seminole County Sports Training Center. More...

Date/Time Home Score Away Score Location
Men's US Open
Sat. June 27, 12:00pm Nebraska 2 Bavarians 4 (OT) Gaelic Park Field 1
Men's Amateur
Fri. June 26, 4:00pm Cincinnati Freedom 2 Croatian Eagles 1 Gaelic Park Field 7
Sat. June 27, 10:00am Croatian Eagles 1 Carpathia Kickers 1 Gaelic Park Field 2
Sat. June 27, 4:00pm American Futbol Academy 1 Croatian Eagles 7 Gaelic Park Field 3
Men's U20
Fri. June 26, 2:00pm Schwaben AC 2 Elm Grove SC 0 Gaelic Park Field 3
Fri. June 26, 2:00pm Milwaukee Kickers 3 FC Indiana 1 Gaelic Park Field 4
Sat. June 27, 8:00am Kansas Rush 1 Milwaukee Kickers 5 Gaelic Park Field 3
Sat. June 27, 12:00pm Elm Grove SC 1 Kansas Rush 0 Gaelic Park Field 4
Sat. June 27, 4:00pm Elm Grove SC 0 Milwaukee Kickers 0 Gaelic Park Field 8
Sun. June 28, 8:45am FC Indiana 2 Elm Grove SC 1 Gaelic Park Field 7
Sun. June 28, 1:15pm Milwaukee Kickers   Schwaben AC   Gaelic Park Field 3
Men's U23
Fri. June 26, 12:00pm United Football Club Eagles 3 FC Magic 2 Gaelic Park Field 3
Sat. June 27, 8:00am Westside United Indiana 4 FC Magic 1 Gaelic Park Field 6
Sat. June 27, 2:00pm FC Magic 0 Ela Elite 3 Gaelic Park Field 7
Men's Over 30
Fri. June 26, 4:00pm Green White SC 2 Milwaukee City SC 2 Gaelic Park Field 4
Sat. June 27, 12:00pm Ajax SC 5 Milwaukee City SC 1 Gaelic Park Field 3
Sun. June 28, 11:00am Milwaukee City SC 0 Schwaben AC 5 Gaelic Park Field 1
Women's Amateur
Fri. June 26, 2:00pm Women's SC United 3 AAFC Elite 1 Gaelic Park Field 2
Sat. June 27, 10:00am Eclipse 5 Women's SC United 0 Gaelic Park Field 7
Sat. June 27, 4:00pm FC Indiana 0
(Forfeit)
Women's SC United 3 Gaelic Park Field 5
Women's U23
Fri. June 26, 12:00pm Ela Elite 2 FC Milwaukee 4 Gaelic Park Field 2
Fri. June 26, 4:00pm Nebraska Select U23 0 FC Milwaukee 3 Gaelic Park Field 8
Sat. June 27, 8:00am JB Marine 1 FC Milwaukee 0 Gaelic Park Field 7
Sat. June 27, 2:00pm FC Milwaukee 2 Cincinnati United Premier 0 Gaelic Park Field 3


Men's First Division Schedule

This is the final end of the season rankings.
Rank Team
1 Milwaukee Brewers
2 USA Palermo
3 Milwaukee Sport Club
4 Serbian SC Milwaukee
5 Bavarian
6 United Serbian
7 Milwaukee Kickers
8 WSC Tigers
9 D&S
10 Verdi
11 Celtics
12 Club Latino
13 Croatian Eagles
14 WSC United
15 Cd Aguila
16 Polonia

Here are the results of the first round of the playoffs.
Date/Time Home Score Away Score Location
Sun. June 28, 5:00pm 1 Milwaukee Brewers 1 8 WSC Tigers 0 Polonia Club
Wed. July 1, 7:30 p.m. 2 USA Palermo 2 7 Milwaukee Kickers 3 Uihlein - Pat Jones Field -
Sun. June 28, 12:30pm 3 Milwaukee Sport Club 6 6 United Serbian 0 MSC
  4 Serbian SC Milwaukee
4
(Winner)
5 Bavarian 4 Serbian SC Milwaukee win by shootout in the dark after double overtime

Here are the games scheduled in the second round of the playoffs.
Date/Time Home Score Away Score Location
Sun. July 12, 12:30pm 1 Milwaukee Brewers   4 Serbian SC Milwaukee   Uihlein Field
Sun. July 12, 12:30pm 3 Milwaukee Sport Club   7 Milwaukee Kickers   Milwaukee Sports Club

Men's Major Division Schedule

This is the final end of the season rankings.
Rank Team
1 Bavarian
2 Croatian Eagles
3 Milwaukee Kickers
4 Madison United
5 Serbian SC Milwaukee
6 Club Latino
7 Milwaukee Sport Club
8 United Serbian

Here are the games scheduled in the first round of the playoffs.
Date/Time Home Score Away Score Location
Sun. July 12, 3:00pm 1 Bavarian   4 Madison United   Bavarians field`
Sun. July 12, 3:00pm 2 Croatian Eagles   3 Milwaukee Kickers   Croatian Park

Strike in Africa Halts World Cup Construction

World Cup in Africa Stumbles Over Strike by Barry Bearak

JOHANNESBURG — Thousands of South African construction workers walked off their jobs on Wednesday, beginning a nationwide strike that could threaten the biggest event in international soccer, the 2010 World Cup.

However important the tournament may be to fans of the game, it represents nothing less than a defining moment for South Africa, the first country on the continent selected to host such a major sports competition...

More at The New York Times

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Milwaukee Wave Looking for New Owner

Trying to snag a new Wave owner by Don Walker

Franklyn Gimbel, chairman of the Wisconsin Center District, which operates the U.S. Cellular Arena, the home of the Milwaukee Wave, said Wednesday that he was actively working his own contacts to try to secure a new owner for the soccer franchise...

More at JSOnline.

Interesting Soccer Facts


In 1950 India withdrew form the World Cup because FIFA refused to let their team play barefoot.

In 1954 Turkey knocked out Spain from during a World Cup qualifier by drawing straws. Blindfolded Italian boy Luigi Franco Gemma picked the straws to decide the winner.

In 1998 English referee Martin Sylvester sent himself off after punching a player during a game in the Andover and District Sunday League.

Spotlight on 2009 Wisconsin Soccer Association Hall of Fame Inductee: Gerard Averill

Gerard Averill, Player, Madison 56ers
Currently resides in Madison, WI. He has one son, Zephyr. Gerard was born in Madison, WI in 1964. His playing career as a goalkeeper began as a youth with the Madison 56ers SC and at Madison West HS where he led his teams to numerous league and state championships. In 1979 he was selected to try-out with the U.S. U16 National Team and from 1980 to 1981 played in Austria with the First Vienna FC.

Gerard returned to Madison to play with the University of Wisconsin from 1982 to 1986. As a collegian goalkeeper he was the UW's MVP for three years from 1984 to 1986, an All-Mideast selection in 1986 and 1986, a NSCAA All-American in 1986, won Academic All-Region honors in 1985 and 1986, and a College Senior Bowl All-Star Game selection in 1986. Over twenty years later he still holds the UW record for career wins (40) and career saves (299). From 1985 to 1986 he was a U.S. Senior National Team Pool player; he was selected to the 1987 U.S. Sports Festival North team; and was an alternate with the U.S. Olympic Team in 1988. When not involved in national or regional team competition, Gerard played in the Wisconsin Major Division with the Madison 56ers, winning numerous conference, national cup, and Region 2 Tournament of Champions championships, and later with the Amira/Blackhawks FC. Gerard continues to play competitive soccer, although he is now does so as an accomplish field player rather then a goalkeeper.

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Local Soccer Coach Publishes First Book

Fond du Lac, Wis.-Fond du Lac High School soccer coach Greg Winkler, a three-time Fox Valley Association Coach of the Year and 2004 Division 1 High School Coach of the Year, released his first book this week, titled Coaching a Season of Significance. The book focuses on the challenges that arise during a given season and how coaches can ensure that each player has a significant season in terms of experiences and development.

"Coaching isn't just about strategies and methods to win the game," Winkler said. "It's about relationships with kids and providing positive examples for them. That's mainly what this book is about."

Winkler, who has coached the boys' program for twelve years and the girls' for four, has led Fond du Lac to five conference titles, ten regional crowns, and two sectional championships in his tenure. Despite his success on the field, Winkler's Coaching a Season of Significance provides a plethora of information on handling situations off the field.

"This book talks a lot about things outside of practice time," Winkler said. "It gives you things to think about while preparing for a season or maybe if you're just starting a coaching career. My goal is to provide you with things you might not have considered otherwise." Coaching a Season of Significance includes chapters on dealing with other coaches and parents, organizing player meetings, setting team goals, and constructing a chain of command.

In addition to accolades at the high school level, Winkler has been recognized as the Wisconsin Youth Coach of the Year in 2006 and as Soccer Parents of the Year in 2002 along with his wife, Vikki. He has served as President of the Fond du Lac Soccer Association from 1992 to 2000 as well as President of the Wisconsin Soccer Coaches Association from 2002 to 2006. Winkler, who teaches physical education at Fond du Lac High School, earned a Bachelor of Science from the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh in 1983.

For more information about Winkler or Coaching a Season of Significance, please contact Greg Winkler by email at gregvikkiwinkler@att.net or by phone at (920) 960-8814. Further information can be found at www.gregwinkler.net.

Interesting Video

  Mistakes: Top 20 Soccer Misses

International Games Schedule

Date Teams Local Time Venue
7/11/2009 Real Salt Lake vs. Club America (Mexico) 6:00 p.m. MT Rio Tinto Stadium (Sandy, UT)
7/14/2009 Seattle Synergy vs. Argentina WNT 6:00 p.m. PT Starfire Sports (Tukwila, WA)
7/15/2009 Colorado Rapids vs. Club America (Mexico) 7:30 p.m. MT Dick's Sporting Goods Park (Commerce City, CO)
7/15/2009 Monterrey (Mexico) vs. Indios (Mexico) 8:00 p.m. CT Coyote Stadium (La Joya, TX)
7/16/2009 Portland Rain vs. Argentina WNT 7:30 p.m. PT Hillsboro Stadium (Hillsboro, OR)
7/18/2009 Seattle Sounders FC vs. Chelsea FC (England) 12:00 p.m. PT Qwest Field (Seattle, WA)
7/18/2009 CSD Comunicaciones (Guatemala) vs. CS Herediano (Costa Rica) 7:30 p.m. ET Moretz Stadium ­ Lenoir­Rhyne Univ. (Hickory, NC)
7/18/2009 Cruz Azul (Mexico) vs. Tigres (Mexico) 7:00 p.m. CT Mike A. Myers Track & Soccer Stadium (Austin, TX)
7/19/2009 Club America (Mexico) vs. Inter Milan (Italy) 4:00 p.m. PT Stanford Stadium (Palo Alto, CA)
7/19/2009 Atletico Nacional (Colombia) vs. Nuevo America de Cali (Colombia) 6:30 p.m. ET FIU Stadium (Miami, FL)
7/19/2009 L.A. Galaxy vs. AC Milan (Italy) 7:00 p.m. PT Rose Bowl Stadium (Pasadena, CA)
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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