Soccer tournaments are a big part of the youth soccer experience. For many soccer players, tournament participation is the source of their fondest youth soccer memories.
NEW United Soccer Club hosts three competitive soccer tournaments and one recreational tournament during the year. The three competitive tournaments are Fox Cities Classic, Summer Shootout and the Oktoberfest Tournament. The East Central Jamboree Recreational Tournament is run jointly with all other clubs in the East Central District.
NEW United Soccer Club is excited to offer winter tournaments to its schedule. Futsal Tournament presents a fast paced game played indoor, where the weather is always prefect. Check both of them out below.
Information about all of our tournaments can be reached through the Current Section navigation pane on the left.
May 5 - May 7, 2017
Let Appleton Soccer Club roll out the red carpet for your soccer team. As in the past, all games will be played at the recently named Top Ten Soccer Facility In The United States, Scheel's Fields. At Fox Cities Classic we strive to give teams the experience of being at some of the top level tournaments. With this in mind, all teams will use "World Cup" walk-on for the start of each game. The Fox Cities Classic has been designed to specifically cater to non-MRL level boys and girls teams. This tournament matches the strength of teams within each division, so that hopefully each game can be competitive and challenging for all involved. No MRL teams will be accepted playing at age level.
Teams must submit their league and tournament results from the previous season when they sign up to play in the Fox Cities Classic. For U11 teams we ask you to provide as much information about your team as possible to help us make each game as competitive as possible.
Our mission for this tournament is to provide all teams with a similar level of competition, please email the Tournament Director if you have any questions as to which division your teams belong in.
June 23 - 25, 2017
On behalf of the Appleton Soccer Club, we would like to welcome you to the Summer Shootout. Now in its 27th year, the Summer Shootout last year had over 200 teams from around the Midwest and Canada taking part in the event with all games being played at a single location. The tournament will again be held at Scheels Fields which was recently named one of the Top Ten Soccer Facilities InThe United States by Insite.sportsdirectory.org. Again this year, the fields will feature pink lines, flags and balls to remind players and spectators of the cause in which they are fighting for. Play is offered in age groups U9 through U19, boys and girls with each team playing a minimum of three games, and a maximum of five.
This year's tournament again features a tag line: Kickin' for a Cure. A donation of $25 per team entered in the tournament will go to the MACC Fund to help fight childhood cancer and related blood disorder research. Last year, Appleton Soccer Club made a donation of over $5,000 to help in the fight cancer. With your help, we can increase the donation amount from this years tournament. For more information on the MACC Fund please visit their website.
We look forward to your team's participation and the great competition throughout the entire weekend. We welcome those teams that are new to our tournament and expect that you will have a great tournament experience. COME JOIN US AND KICK IT FOR A CURE.
September 29th - October 1st, 2017
The N.E.W. United Soccer Club is proud to host the the annual Oktoberfest at the end of September. Held annually in Appleton, Wisconsin, the Oktoberfest is regarded as one of top end of season tournaments in Wisconsin. With its outstanding competition and quality fields, this year's event should be no exception. In 2016 over 125 competed at Oktoberfest.
The tournament has been created with an eye toward ensuring competitive levels of play at all age groups, reflected in our commitment to providing top quality fields, competition, referees, and organization. In conjunction with N.E.W. United SC, USA Scheels Soccer Complex has hosted the 2006 & 2011 US Youth Soccer (USYSA) Region II Championships. Scheels fields were recently named one of the top ten soccer complexes in the United States.
The Scheels USA Youth Sport Complex is considered one of the finest youth sports facilities in the state, regularly hosting state, regional and national championship games. The complex has 15 FULL sized soccer fields, Concession Stand and Restroom facilities. Operations rely heavily on volunteers, as soccer fields are maintained by the Appleton Soccer Club.
USA Youth Soccer Complex