OSC Mission Statement

The Oregon Soccer Club (OSC) is a non-profit organization whose mission is to provide the youth of Oregon, WI and surrounding communities the opportunity and training to learn and play the game of soccer at varying levels of recreational or competitive play. OSC strives to teach and demonstrate soccer skills, sportsmanship, teamwork, respect, and fair play as well to foster youth growth and development through soccer and enjoyment of the game. 

2016/17 Registration

Registration is now open for Oregon SC Under-4 through Under-8 programs for the 2016-17 season. This includes our 4K Kickers and Rookie League programs and Under-7/8 in-house leagues. Register now or learn more about our programs (pdf).

The registration deadline has passed for the Under-9/10 program - including Academy - and the Under-11 through Under-16 Recreational program, but spots are available on selected teams. Contact commissioners Karen Martin (boys) or Andrew Seitz (girls) if your child is interested in joining a Rec team. If there are spots available, a 10% surcharge will be added to the fees for late registrants.


2016-2017 OSC Tryouts

2016-17 Tryouts


Registration is open for 2016-17 tryouts. There have been some changes in this process due to the upcoming USSF mandates, so please be sure to read the information on the tryout registration page thoroughly. Tryout registration

Tryouts for the 2016-2017 season are scheduled as follows:

Birth year Team(s) Dates Time Rain date
2006 U11 May 24+25 5-6:30 PM May 26
2004 U13 May 24+25 6:45-8:15 PM May 26
2005 U12 May 31+June 2 5-6:30 PM June 3
2002/2003 2002: U15
2003: U14
May 31+June 2 6:45-8:15 PM June 3
HS girls (2016-17) U16-U19, Elite June 20+21 5-6:30 PM June 23
HS boys (2016-17) U15-U19 Will form teams in November    

All tryouts in the Field 9 area, behind NKE

Kevin Gowrie Named DOC

Kevin GowrieOregon Soccer Club is pleased to announce the hiring of Kevin Gowrie as our Director of Coaching.

The 30-year-old Gowrie, a native of Perth, Scotland, started coaching in the U.S. in 2010 and has coached in Oregon for the past five years.

As the Director of Coaching, he will oversee OSC's coaches for recreational and competitive teams, provide guidance and instruction for our many volunteer coaches, create a club coaching philosophy and player curriculum, lead skill sessions for players during the winter months and oversee the annual tryout and team formation process in the spring. He will also continue to coach OSC teams.

The addition of Gowrie in this position will help OSC as we continue to develop players at all ages and skill levels - the club's primary mission - and offer the highest-quality, all-around youth development program in the area.

Gowrie played youth soccer for Athletico Blair, was selected for the Perth & Kinross regional teams at the Under-14, Under-16 and Under-18 age groups and represented Scotland at the Under-14 and Under-16 levels before starting his coaching career at St. Johnstone FC. He holds a degree in sports coaching from Edinburgh Napier University and "C" coaching licenses from the Scottish Football Association and the U.S. Soccer Federation.

Some of Gowrie's specific duties include:

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