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United Soccer of Allouez supports players and parents in forming and developing teams with their own unique personality and goals.

Our programs provide each player the best opportunity to reach their goals whether its earning more playing time, making the high school team, playing in college, etc. 

Since the majority of time a player spends is at practice, it is the quality of the practices thats key to improving players......not leagues, fields, tournaments, winning, prestige, or other factors. Our program features a detailed progressive and proven curriculum. Our program also features certified and properly licensed coaching staff. This combination ensures quality practices and hence an elite learning environment. 

Our coaches are committed to the development of your child regardless of age or team. We understand that individual development is more than just developing skills. Its about building character and teaching life lessons. 


STRIDE Class of 2016

STRIDE U18G 2016 graduates commit to Colleges

We are pleased to announce that eleven players from our U18G team will be playing soccer at the college level in fall 2016!  This brings the total to 13 players from this squad that have made college teams.  Congratulations ladies.  Joining teams this fall are:

Division I Division II Division III

Katie Darling - IUPUI

Claire Degasse - Michigan Tech

Miranda Hansen - St. Norbert


Anne Fife - Michigan Tech

Sarah Dickmann - UW Stout


Lydia Hillesheim - Michigan Tech

Kate Kabacinski - Ripon


Lauren Krcma - Minnesota Duluth

Julia Schumacher - St. Norbert


Monica Majeski - St. Cloud State


Skylar Prentice - Bemidji State



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Please keep our players fees to a minimum and consider volunteering for any position, committee, or team responsibilities.  

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Youth athletes in all sports attempt to acquirer the best possible skill sets in order to perform at their bests. Becoming a better soccer player and achieving ones ultimate potential are top priorities for most serious competitive soccer players. Outside of team practice, games, and absorbing as much knowledge as possible from coaches and watching professional soccer, attending soccer camps truly benefit youth interested in the sport.

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