Men's First Division
|Sun. July 20 12:30pm
|Sun. July 20 3:00pm
All field locations are linked to
so you can get a map to the field. You can also get directions by
selecting "Directions To" on the Mapquest website.
1. How well did France do in qualifying for the
1994 World Cup, the one immediately prior to the World Cup it hosted?
Who is the career assist leader among U.S. Women's National Team
(see answer below)
The overall project budget is $6.1 million; we have
nearly half the amount in committed donations/partnerships. The MILS, a
non-profit organization, is presently seeking more monetary support/donations
in order to break ground this year. MILS is considering a restructure to its
overall plan including sharing the facility with a for-profit entity that will
have the ability to offer competitive leagues and tournaments by leasing the
We will be working with America SCORES Milwaukee to
provide underprivileged youths with soccer and after-school programming. Our
goal is to provide the city with a state of the art facility with two boarded
indoor fields and one large outdoor style field under the same roof, while
providing positive activities and soccer to the underprivileged community.
It would be great if you would be able to create some
support out of the soccer community. If you have any specific questions please
do not hesitate to email me.
Plan on attending the
2009 WSA HOF on Saturday, March 21, 2009 at Serb Hall.
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resides in Madison, WI with his wife Marta and son Jonathon. Ian was born in
London, England in 1962. As a youth player, Ian was a London Schoolboys Select
Team member. As a University player he was a London University Select Team
choice. He played in the Amateur Football Association (AFA) and won two
championships in 1979 and 1981. Ian played professionally for three years with
Woking Town and Sutton United in the Isthmian Senior League from 1981 to 1984.
In 1984 he moved to Madison, Wisconsin to attend graduate school at UW-Madison
where he obtain his Doctorate Degree. He joined the Madison 56ers Soccer Club
Major Team that year and embarked on a tremendously successful twelve year
playing career, until retiring in 1996. Ian led the Madison 56ers to eleven
consecutive WSA State finals, winning three Wisconsin Major Division titles,
four State Open Cup Championships, and two State Amateur Cup titles in 1990 and
1992. The 56ers won the Region 2 Amateur titles both those years and advanced
to the USSF national finals. In 1992, Ian was instrumental in the 56ers winning
the USSF National Amateur Championship. He led them to three consecutive Region
2 Tournament of Champions titles in 1988, 1989, and 1990. In addition to
playing, Ian coached the Madison 56ers Major team from 1989 to 1996. He coached
at soccer camps for the UW-Madison and was a Region 2 Women's Regional Camp
Coach from 1990 to 1992.
According to MISL.net, the league has ceased operations as of
May 31, 2008. A decision on the future structure of the league will be
forthcoming in the next couple of weeks. The league ceased operations after the
2007-08 season. "We are considering structural changes that will bring us
greater efficiencies, while also allowing long term growth and expansion of the
League," said John Hantz, former Chairman of the MISL, and Owner/Operator of
hours of discussion, commissioners on April 8 decided not to take action on
Continental Properties' proposal for The Milwaukee Wave soccer training
facility, a Wal-Mart Supercenter, a hotel and various retail shops at the
abandoned Iceport site (more...)
| By Mitch Jovic
1. An attacker stands in an off-sides position at a
penalty kick. The ball strikes a post. He runs in and scores. What is the
2. An attacker heads the ball at the goal. It strikes
the crossbar, bounces behind the goal-line but spins back into play. Should a
goal be awarded?
3. At a throw-in an attacker throws the ball direct
into the opponent's goal. What is the correct decision?
Answers at bottom!
Congratulations to the Croatian Eagles for winning the
Region II National Amateur Cup-Men's Amateur Division. They will be
representing us in the USASA National Cup Finals which will be held at the
Starfire Sports Complex in Seattle, Washington on August 7-10, 2008. Croatian
Eagles beat Scott Gallagher of Missouri in the championship round.
Congratulations to the following for participation in
the Region II National Amateur Cup held in Bowling Green, Kentucky on June
- FC Milwaukee-U23 Women's
- FC Milwaukee-Women's Amateur
- FC Magic-U23 Men's
- Elm Grove SC-U20 Men's
- Bavarians-NPSL Team-Men's Amateur
From U.S. Soccer
||Atlanta Silverbacks vs. Club Deportivo de Olimpia
||8:00 p.m. ET
||ReMax Stadium (Atlanta, GA)
||John Sweeney is the director of
recreational sports at Marquette University. Congratulations to John for
receiving the award for 2007 Girls Coach of the Year and also Boys Coach of the
Year before that (newspaper article).
||Kurt Windbiel is the
Wauwatosa Soccer Club Director of Player Development. Kurt has played for the
Bavarian First Division and Majors.
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|1. FIFA got criticized severely for its decision to
play the 1994 World Cup in the United States, a nation that had not qualified
since 1950. Those whiners said that FIFA was giving the United States National
Team an undeserved spot in the 24-team event. Then the U.S. qualified for the
1990 World Cup in Italy, somewhat validating our spot in the 1994 event.
Sometime later FIFA awarded France the 1998 World Cup tournament. And then
France failed to qualify for the 1994 tournament.
2. During her final
national team game in December 2004, she set up two goals, ending her career
with 114 assists during her 275 games for the United States. She's Mia Hamm. In
that final game she sported a jersey with a different name, though. It had her
married name, Garciapparra.
Soccer Rule Questions -
|1. An indirect free-kick must be awarded for
2. Yes, because the ball has crossed the goal-line.
3. A goal
cannot be scored direct from a throw-in. The correct decision is a goal