65 years of soccer excellence

1953

 

MSC receives its charter thanks to the efforts of several key supporters:

Mr. & Mrs. Peter Bostenescu
Mr. & Mrs Franz Both
Mr. & Mrs. Max Mengele
Mr. & Mrs. Adam Notheis
Mr. & Mrs. Karl Reeb
Mr & Mrs. Tommy Mladanovici
Mr. & Mrs Arthur Wilhelm
Ms. Liesl Brandt
Mr. Christian Forster
Mr. Otto Greilinger
Mrs. Ida Herrgott
Mr. Fritz Kappel
Mr. Josef Reep
Mr. Joe Scherer
Mr. Heinz Sengelman
Mr. Gustav Winter

 

Major Team Championships

Major’s team wins the Kohler Cup and the Wisconsin Open Cup and places 2nd in its league.

1954
1955
 

Major’s Program Strengthens

After a series of exhibition soccer games in Jamaica, British West Indies, MSC undergoes its first rebuilding program by promoting a number of players from the junior championship team to the Major’s team. This internal promotion proved to be the key ingredient for the future success of the Club!


With mostly homegrown talent, the Club flourishes for the next five decades, winning numerous trophies and championships. MSC also hosted a number of international games.

 

MSC participates in the German soccer tour.

 

1988
1989–1990
 

MSC participates in the Austrian soccer tour.

 

 

Youth soccer movement begins and MSC’s program grows.

 

Early 1990s
1997
 

MSC takes 2nd place at the U.S. Open Cup in Portland, Oregon.

 

 

MSC places 1st in the Wisconsin State Championship.

 

1998
2013
 

MSC hosts the prestigious U.S. National Donauschwaben tournament and wins the championship for the first time in 21 years!

 

MSC wins U.S. National Donauschwaben tournament.

 

2019