Greater Wenatchee Soccer Club

The Greater Wenatchee Soccer Club is a recreational soccer club serving families and children in the Wenatchee and East Wenatchee Valley. For questions regarding recreational soccer please contact the Greater Wenatchee Soccer Club directly at (509) 881-8533 or

As we continue to monitor the dynamic and evolving COVID-19 (coronavirus) we continue to work with local and regional agencies and municipalities to gather and take their recommendations.

A determination has not been made regarding the Fall Soccer season due to the impact of COVID restrictions. Once a decision has been made all updates will be posted to FB and our website. Thank you for your patience!

We are happy to announce another 7-week series of soccer clinics for the recreational soccer player. The clinics are being conducted in partnership with United SC / OPS FC Coaching Director Mike Osborn. (Mike's bio information is included in the flyer) VIEW FLYER HERE

Clinics will consist of 1-hour sessions addressing age-appropriate technical skill development and game application. All clinics will be held at Eastmont Community Church in East Wenatchee. (783 4th St. NE). All players and coaches will have temperature checks prior to training and must always wear a mask during training. Parents will be allowed to attend training but must wear a facemask and follow social distancing guidelines.

Every player will be required to dress appropriately, based on weather conditions and bring their own water bottle, wear shin guards and soccer cleats. Balls will be provided and sanitized after every session.

Dates: 4/14, 4/21, 4/28, 5/5, 5/12, 5/19, 5/26

Birth Year Times

2014-15's 5:00pm-6:00pm

2012-13's 6:15pm-7:15pm

Dates: 4/12, 4/19, 4/26, 5/3, 5/10, 5/17, 5/24

Birth Year Times

2010-2011's 5:00pm-6:00pm

2008-2009's 6:15pm-7:15pm

Class size per birth year is limited to 20 players. First paid, first served. Unfortunately, no prorated registration fees, family discounts or refunds.

Cost for the 7 week session is $75 which includes a GWSC training jersey.

To register email Mike at or text to 509-670-7047.

Regarding spring season, at this point it is not looking like it is viable. There is limited field availability and many guidelines set forth that would be extremely difficult to enforce in recreational soccer play. Some of those guidelines set forth by the school districts that must be followed by ANYONE on their property is: self checks before entering premises, temperature checks for every individual, mask wearing requirements 100% of the time, and no spectators allowed. Enforcing these guidelines in a large rec soccer situation would be extremely difficult.
We feel that these guidelines are much easier to adhere to in a training clinic scenario than in league play and league practices. As we move forward, please know that the safety and health of you and your children are of utmost importance to us.

We encourage each player to train and condition at home during this time.

Please visit the OPS FC website for some videos your player can use to train at home and hone their technical skills during this down time.


To the Parents of GWSC Players:

The GWSC is committed to providing a fun and positive learning experience for your child to advance their soccer skills, interact with their peers as part of a team, and instill a love for the game.

The coaches and most board members are volunteers that donate their time and talents for your children. We hope that you show your appreciation on a regular basis for these individuals. The referees you will see are mostly young children learning to do a job and earn a few bucks. The GWSC expects all parents and players to be respectful of others and refrain from conduct that takes away from the positive experience intended for all those involved. If conduct occurs that is not in line with expectations, parents will be asked to leave or players will be carded (see parent and player codes of conduct on the website). Please hold yourselves and others accountable for their behavior so we can have a great season. Also, be respectful of the facilities by picking up any trash left behind on the field, even if its not yours. Parking on the grass is not acceptable and bringing pets is not allowed, even tiny ones. We thank you in advance for upholding these expectations..

For questions or further information, please visit the website Let's have a great season!

Pictures are posted on our Facebook page from the 2017 Fall APPLE JAM. We had a great turn out! Thanks for participating. VIEW PHOTOS HERE

Gear Up For Soccer!

A soccer jersey will be provided for your child. You will need to provide the following:

black shorts

black socks

water bottle

Suggested places to purchase:

Futbol era soccer store

Big 5


Fred Meyer

Attire for practices is less formal but should include shin guards and cleats. Be sure that your child brings a water bottle with them to practices.