Registration for Spring 2022 will open in December.
New to MC United? Check out our Levels of Play descriptions to know what to expect.
Returning to Play under PLAY ON Guidelines
U.S. Soccer’s PLAY ON is the return to play protocol which will guide the phased re-entry of soccer activities for MC United and all other Wisconsin Youth Soccer Association (WYSA) clubs. Our ability to have a safe soccer season will require the cooperation of parents, players, coaches, and the club – with each of us consistently doing our part to adhere to the guidelines. Please become familiar with the PLAY ON protocol and the Parent and Player Checklists so that you have a general idea of the COVID-19 mitigation and safety measures that will be expected of you and your child (there are also expectations of the club and coaches at the link below). MC United has defined our procedures to ensure that we comply with the protocols. Specifics will be shared with parents and players prior to resuming training. You can find these resources here.
Additional Resources about U.S. Soccer Play On
What Might Fall Soccer "Look" Like?
We are planning for a traditional fall season (practices and 3 weekend tournaments.)
Given the COVID-19 pandemic, we cannot predict with certainty what the Fall 2021 soccer season will look like, how plans may need to change during the course of the season, or if teams or players may need to pause their activity or quarantine for several weeks in the unfortunate situation of a possible COVID-19 exposure. There is a certain level of unpredictability that parents and players should be comfortable with when making the decision to register for fall. In all cases, we will make decisions in the best interests of families, players, coaches, and the club and will communicate often.
Included in the fees are the coach’s stipend, field/facility fees, insurance/WYSA fee, team equipment (pinneys and game balls), league fees, tournament fees (3), and other small administrative expenses.
Communicable Disease Waiver (new)
In addition to the traditional Medical Waiver, parents will also be asked to sign a WYSA Communicable Disease Waiver during registration. This is required by WYSA for our insurance coverage. If your child has an underlying medical condition that makes them at a higher-risk for COVID-19 [for example, chronic lung disease (including asthma); heart disease; or conditions that weaken the immune system] please discuss their participation with your primary care provider prior to registration.
1. Have your photo(s) ready - have your player's photo ready before you start the registration process. We are unable to complete registration and get your team's player cards without a photo for every player on the team. You may update your child's photo from a prior season if you wish. We recommend photos be updated every three years.
2. Register on a PC/laptop rather than by smartphone due to website scaling issues.
3. Returning Parents: please use your existing Demopshere/Teamnet login credentials to register. Please do not set up a new account for each child, each season, as this creates duplicate records and additional, unnecessary administrative tasks for our registrar.
Classic Teams (no tryouts necessary)
Fall 2021 Registration
Fall seasonal registration fees are listed below. Funds are budgeted for player registration scholarships each season; the availability of player registration scholarships is not guaranteed, so please register early.
U9 - U10
U11 - U14
State Teams (tryouts required)
Tryout for 2021-2022 state teams will be held in June. Tryout registration is required. If you are a Classic player trying out for a State Team, please wait until the tryout is completed and offers are made before completing your registration.
If You Missed the Registration Deadline
Players who miss the July 5 registration deadline can be placed on a waiting list by contacting Dave Dreager at email@example.com (Girls team formation) or Jeana Kraft at firstname.lastname@example.org (Boys team formation). Dave and Jeana will do their best to find a spot, however, please be aware that being placed on the waiting list does NOT guarantee player placement on a team. Teams for Fall 2021 are now full.
2021-2022 Refund Policy
Find the club's refund policy here:
WYSA Player Transfer Policy
Per Wisconsin Youth Soccer Association (WYSA) policy, a player is considered committed to a club for the soccer seasonal year (8/1 - 7/31) when a written acceptance occurs and a parent/guardian completes the player registration form and submits it to a club representative. If at any time during the registration seasonal year, a competitive player desires to transfer to another club's team (interclub transfer), a parent/guardian must submit WYSA’s competitive player transfer form. In practical terms, this means that any player who registers for MC United for the spring/fall 2020-2021 season who then wants to change to another club at any time before July 31, 2021, including before the spring 2021 season, will be considered a transfer and is subject to WYSA competitive player transfer policies. This also applies to those who choose the “Fall” registration option. More information about WYSA’s policy can be found here:
If your situation meets these criteria, please contact Jeana Kraft (MCU Boys’ Team Formation) or Dave Draeger (MCU Girls’ Team Formation).
Payment Plan Dates
1/3 at online registration
1/3 on one month after registration
1/3 on two months after registration
The Fall 2021 season will be open to U9 players and up. U8s may participate in Firecrackers in the fall, then join the spring 2022 Classic season.
MC United is successful because all members help support the Club. Each MCU family is required to volunteer two hours per season. When families register their player(s), they will be asked to select a volunteer option.
The MCU volunteer commitment per season is two hours per player, per family up to 4 hours total.
Anyone in the family can contribute to the two hours. Age restrictions are as follows:
Volunteer opportunities will be available via SignUp Genius and are tracked. Most families volunteer at the MCU tournaments. If you are an MCU coach, team manager, board member or committee member, your time in this capacity serves as your required family volunteer time.
President; Board Chair
Team Formation - Girls
Team Formation - Boys