Exciting New Changes to National Premier League for 2016-2017 Season
Less Travel, and more competitive games with new East and West NPL Divisions
Next season the NPL will no longer consist of an Academy and Independent Division and instead will have an East and West Division that is regionally based. The changes will see FC Wisconsin become a part of the West Division which will consist of 8 member clubs; FC Wisconsin, Madison 56ers, Minnesota Thunder, Minnesota Twin Stars, St Louis Scott Gallagher Missouri, St Louis Scott Gallagher Metro, Sockers FC and Campton United.
FC Wisconsin Leads State with 26 College Commitments
Germantown, WI, May 19, 2016, – FC Wisconsin Nationals is proud to announce the latest graduating seniors that have now made commitments to play college soccer for the fall of 2016. The club collectively has 26 players that have committed to 15 different Institutions, from NCAA Divisions I, II, III, as well as NAIA Programs across 13 different conferences and 5 different states.
This marks the largest graduating class of FC Wisconsin seniors to commit to play at the collegiate level in the Clubs history.
Adlard, one of the top coaches in the country, returns to Wisconsin and joins FC Wisconsin Coaching Staff
FC Wisconsin Nationals is beyond excited to announce its newest coach to the FC Wisconsin Staff, starting in the fall of 2016, former Head Coach of Marquette University, Steve Adlard will join the club.
FC adds Professional Player Tony Walls to the Staff
FC Wisconsin Nationals would like to announce its newest coach to the FC Wisconsin Staff. As of February 1st, Tony Walls will join the FC Wisconsin coaching ranks. Tony played and helped lead the FC U17’s to a National Championship game in the 2007 -2008 season.