Our spring neighborhood program starts April 25 at Huegel, Lincoln and Leopold schools as well as Marlborough Park. We’ll welcome boys and girls in 1st through 5th grade on Saturday mornings from April 25 through June 6. Times for each site are listed under the “Our Programs” tab. Anyone not yet signed up and interested in participating should fill out the registration form (in English; en Español) and bring it and $10 to the first session. Scholarships are available. Last year a record number of kids (325) registered. See you Saturday!
Millennium Soccer Club was founded in 2001 in Madison, Wis., with a goal of bringing affordable and accessible organized youth soccer to the city’s low-income, ethnically diverse neighborhoods.
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Thanks very much to the adult soccer teams playing at Reddan Soccer Park during the week of July 8-10 for their generous donations to our Give Me Five fundraiser.
Millennium Soccer Club board members talked with each of the teams about our program and encouraged players to consider volunteering their time as coaches.
We appreciate the continued support we’ve received from MAYSA, Keva Sports Center, Breakaway Sports Center and Reddan Park for this annual event. Anyone still interested in making a contribution can do so at this website.
Unfortunately, due to unforeseen circumstances we are unable to move forward with the May 9 Dance Benefit at this time. We hope to offer another fun fundraising event in the future. We sincerely apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused.
Along with the rest of Madison’s soccer community, we were deeply saddened by the recent passing of Chris Vasquez, long-time head coach of the boys’ soccer program at West High School.
It was more than a decade ago that I first talked with Chris about Millennium’s programs and our need for volunteer coaches at our neighborhood sites. His response? He thought it would be terrific to have his players share their soccer knowledge and love of the game with our young kids. Read more »