Milwaukee Sport Club (MSC) was chartered in 1953 as one of the first sport clubs in southeast Wisconsin. Six decades later, MSC continues to offer the highest quality coaching and facilities to support our Youth Academy and Select Teams and Adult Majors/Reserves. Experienced, professional coaches provide consistent high-level training with the support of dedicated volunteers. Our teams compete in the top leagues and tournaments in Wisconsin and the Midwest.

MSC has 3 full-size fields, including one Major’s game field, 6 smaller game fields, and an indoor training facility for winter sessions. The Club is conveniently located 5 minutes west of Interstate 41 on Silver Spring Road behind the Schwabenhof Restaurant and Biergarten. We welcome families from all surrounding communities, including Menomonee Falls, Pewaukee, Sussex, Germantown, Brookfield, Kettle Moraine, Hartland, Hartford, Greenfield, Wauwatosa, Milwaukee, and more.

Standouts

A number of former MSC players have gone on to play professionally and/or been inducted into the United States and Wisconsin Halls of Fame.

Milwaukee Wave and/or Rampage

  • Jason Willan
  • Pat White
  • Erich White
  • Tom Alioto
  • Tim Alioto
  • S. Provan

Wisconsin Soccer Hall of Fame

  • Peter Becker
  • John Becker
  • Fred Begale
  • Peter Bostenescu
  • Mike Cox
  • Gene Edwards
  • Frank Geibel
  • Robert Gottschlich
  • Frank Hazi
  • Michael Hincak
  • Peter Litjens
  • Wilfred Massek
  • Attila Meszaros
  • Adam Notheis
  • Edwin Rack
  • Dave Scherer
  • Joe Scherer
  • Nick Schimpf
  • Alex Schulko
  • Mike Schultz
  • Charlie Schultz
  • Emmeric Strigens
  • Adolf Wilke
  • Mike Wuertz

United States Soccer Hall of Fame

  • Gene Edwards: MSC 1955 State Championship Team. Gene served as President of the Wisconsin Soccer Association and the U.S Soccer Federation and served on the FIFA Board of Directors.
  • Mike Wuertz: Former MSC Majors Team Coach and President of the Referee Association.