Syracuse Soccer Club
The Syracuse Soccer Club began in 2009 when four parents felt it was time to try promoting soccer in Syracuse 
again.  At the time, we started with just one team that played against Nebraska City teams.  The club has now 
grown to as many as 18 teams with 120-200 soccer players each season, playing all over southeast Nebraska.  
We offer soccer for many ages: 4 and Under Micro and Under 6 Mixed - teams that work on skills and having
fun and do not travel; Under 7 through Under 12 who play in the Sarpy County Soccer League and travel within
a 60 mile radius; and when enough interest, a U14 soccer team that plays in the ENSA league.

We are not a part of the Syracuse Parks and Rec, but the City of Syracuse is very supportive of our efforts, 
as is the community.  With everyone's support, we completed the grading, irrigation, and grassing of four 
soccer fields at the Syracuse Athletic Complex, which is owned by the City of Syracuse, in the fall of 2014.  
We are glad to be playing on our home fields again!

If you have any questions about the Syracuse Soccer Club or our soccer program, please 

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Recent Announcements

  • Protecting Young Victims from Sexual Abuse and Safe Sport Authorization Act 2017 On February 14th, 2018, the President signed the “Protecting Young Victims from Sexual Abuse and Safe Sport                                                         Authorization Act of 2017”,  which is aimed at protecting amateur athletes (minor ...
    Posted Jun 30, 2018, 9:33 AM by Cheryl Halvorsen
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