The Bavarian Soccer Club is one of nation’s oldest soccer clubs and serves boys and girls with programs from ages 6 and all the way through adult. The Bavarian Soccer Club Complex is located along the Milwaukee River in a park setting adjacent to I43 near downtown Milwaukee. Marking its 85th year of soccer on July, 2014, the Bavarian Soccer Club has created more soccer players and coaches than any other club in America. Will you be the next Bavarian product? Check us out and see what makes wearing the Bavarian Blue so special.
2-3-2016 - Congratulations to all of our Bavarian players (past and current) who signed letters of intent today to continue their soccer careers in college.
Adin Chiappa - UW-Milwaukee
Evan Conway - UW-Milwaukee
Tom Driscoll - Knox College
Jake Kelderman - UW-MIlwaukee
Jordan Palmer - Marquette University
Alec Philippe - Wright State University
Jack Shaw - UW-Madison
From left to right, Adin Chiappa, Jordan Palmer and Evan Conway, on College Signing Day
U16 Bavarian White A defeated U16 Bavarian White 1, 10-7 in the Futsal Championship at In-Bounds
Braden and Logan Andryk along with Alec Phiippe at the NSCAA Gala dinner in Baltimore receiving their All-American Awards
12-2-2015 Twelve Bavarian players (more than any other club in the State) received All-State recognition from the Wisconsin Soccer Coaches Association.
Alec Philippe received the Co-Player of the year award leading Marquette with three assists in the championship game where they defeated Arrowhead 5-2. Blake Carr of Hartland Arrowhead was the other co-player of the year award winner.
Making First Team All-State were:
1) Jordan Palmer - Senior - Whitefish Bay
2) Evan Conway - Senior - Whitefish Bay
3) Alec Phillippe - Senior - Marquette
4) Jack Bradford - Senior - Marquette
5) Steve Andrusko - Senior - Brookfield East
6) Michael Russell - Senior - Marquette
7) Adin Chiappa - Senior - Whitefish Bay
8) Charles Danek - Senior - Whitefish Bay
9) Alex Tomashek - Senior - Hartford
10) Jack Kocha - Senior - Racine St. Catherine's
11) Connor Provan - Junior - Sussex Hamilton
12) Nate Sampson - Junior - University School
Five state players were named to the National Soccer Coaches Association of America All-Great Lakes Region team for their efforts this fall.
Milwaukee Marquette's Alec Philippe and Hartland Arrowhead's Blake Carr, forwards who were named the Wisconsin Soccer Coaches Association Co-Players of the Year, head up the quintet of seniors who earned regional honors. They were joined by Madison Memorial midfielder Dominick Mesdjian, Pewaukee forward Griffin Jende and Whitefish Bay forward Evan Conway.
Four of the players are set to play college soccer in the state: Carr and Mesdjian have verbally committed to the University of Wisconsin, Jende is a Marquette University recruit and Conway has committed to UW-Milwaukee. Philippe hasn't yet made a college decision.
Carr scored a program-record 54 goals and added 14 assists in his only season of prep soccer at Arrowhead, which advanced to the WIAA Division 1 state final before a 5-2 loss to Marquette. Philippe, who had three assists in the championship game as the Hilltoppers (19-2-0) won their second straight title, had 27 goals and 12 assists this season and 54 goals and 21 assists in his two-year varsity career.
Mesdjian recorded 10 goals and 13 assists for the Spartans this fall and had 21 goals and 29 assists in his high school career. Jende racked up 32 goals and 18 assists for the Pirates this season and leaves Pewaukee with program records for career goals (90) and assists (45). And Conway helped lead the Blue Dukes (23-2-1) to the Division 2 state title, scoring a team-high 25 goals to go along with four assists.
20 Bavarians Lead Whitefish Bay to DIvision 2 State Title
12 Bavarians Lead Marquette to Division I State Title
BAVARIAN SOCCER CLUB NOW PART OF GENERATION ADIDAS INTERNATIONAL PROGRAM
See attached details for some of the added benefits this program brings to BSC and it's players.
Congratulations Matthew Comiskey & Thomas Deslongchamps as they are participating in the Generation Adidas trip to Ajax.
Once a year, elite players from around the country are nominated and selected for an exclusive event at AFC Ajax., representing the best of what the U.S. has to offer.
Generation adidas international welcomes you to the 2nd iteration of Ajax Select in the 8th year of our Select program. Hosted at "De Toekomst," the legendary academy of AFC Ajax, participants will be introduced to the methods that revolutionized the sport worldwide. Under the tutelage of the AFC Ajax Academy staff, Ajax Select players will train and compete at one of the hallowed grounds of the sport.
This year's invitees will follow in the footsteps of players now featuring of MLS Homegrowns, Bundesliga signings, US Youth National Team stars and Gatorade Players of the Year.
BSC had seven participants whose playing time dominated the entire contest. A hard fought battle with many of the state's best high school senior soccer players in attendance. All the boys played well, demonstrated leadership throughout the two day event and did the Club proud with their sportsmanship and competitive spirit.
All of the Blue squad scoring was done by Bavarians. Strobel scored 1 goal and Reynolds scored 2 goals.
The game's Most Valuable Player was Sean Reynolds.
FRONT ROW L-R: John Gibson, Steven Peterson, Ben Lorge;
BACK ROW L-R: Sean Reynolds, Zachary Knudson, Jack Wirth, Brandon Strobel
The Bavarian Major's team defeated Brewers FC 3-2 to win the Major League Championship
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Bavarian Soccer Club 700 W. Lexington Boulevard Glendale, Wisconsin 53217