“There is real talent here:” Milwaukee Wave holding open tryouts in September!
MILWAUKEE (WITI) — The six-time champion Milwaukee Wave, of the 24-team Major Arena Soccer League, will be holding open tryouts Friday, September 12th and Saturday September 13th from 10am-12pm and 2-4pm at Midwest Orthopedic Sports Complex (formerly Brookfield Indoor Soccer Complex) at 19485 W. Lisbon Rd. Brookfield, WI 53045.
“I’ve been in Milwaukee long enough to know that there is real talent here,” said Head Coach Giuliano Oliviero. “We’d like to tap into that talent pool and bring in local players to complement the core of players already signed. This will be a great opportunity for up-and-coming Wisconsin soccer players, and others from around the Midwest, to showcase their abilities, and I look forward to seeing these players at the tryout.”
Cost of the tryout is $75, is payable via cash or cashiers check and a liability waiver must be signed. Players will be tested on agility, conditioning and overall soccer ability.
Successful participants will be invited to attend MKE Wave training camp in October.
Please bring appropriate workout gear and shoes/cleats. Attendants will be required to wear protective equipment and will not be allowed on the field without.
For more information and to print out forms visit MilwaukeeWave.com.
From its humble beginnings in 1984, the Milwaukee Wave has evolved and grown to be a national success with 6 championships and a leader in community outreach. As the oldest continuously operating professional soccer team in North America, the Milwaukee Wave has had the unique ability to make a positive impact in their community while carrying on their reputation as a winning team. The evolution of the Milwaukee Wave can be traced from its conception to present day by taking a look at the major turning points throughout the team’s 30-year history.
The Major Arena Soccer League (MASL) is the top level of arena soccer in North America. The league was known as the Professional Arena Soccer League when it began play on October 25, 2008. The circuit concluded its sixth season with the Chicago Mustangs claiming the Newman Cup on March 16. On May 19, 2014 the league was reintroduced as the MASL with 24 teams in the US and Mexico. The Premier Arena Soccer League (PASL-Premier) just concluded its 16th season as the nation’s top amateur arena soccer league and is the official developmental league of the MASL. Both the MASL and PASL-Premier are members of Confederacion Panamerica de Minifutbol (CPM).