What is Wisconsin State League?
Wisconsin state league provides the highest level of soccer competition in the state.
It offers two levels of competition “Premier” and “1st Division”.
New teams would enter at the lower level “1st Division” and must earn a spot in the “Premier” division by being one of the top teams in the 1stDivision.
When does the season run for state league?
State league has both a fall and a spring season through U15. High school age teams play opposite their high school season (boys spring, girls fall)
Each season has a separate application process.
Approximately 8 games are played in each season of which half would be home games.
The fall season runs from late August to mid-November
No games are played on Labor Day weekend.
Games are played on the weekend and you could have two games on the same weekend (Saturday & Sunday).
Each team is allowed 4 blackout dates for each season.
The spring season runs from mid-April to mid-June.
Approximately 8 games are played on the weekends.
Each team again is allowed blackout dates.
Where are league games played?
Half of the league games (4) will be played at home (Kimberly) and the other half (4) could be played in Milwaukee, Madison, Appleton/Neenah, Green Bay, Sheboygan, La Crosse, etc
What level of commitment is expected to play on a state level team?
Practice 2 times per week starting mid-August.
Play in fall state league (8 games – weekends)
2-3 fall tournaments
Indoor Soccer 1-2 sessions recommended not mandatory
Practice 1 time per week starting mid February
Practice 2 times per week starting mid March
Play in spring state league (8 games – weekends)
3-4 tournaments plus State Cup