Cincinnati West Soccer Club is one of the fastest growing youth soccer clubs in the area because of our unique and strong focus on being team and family friendly while still meeting the soccer development needs of our players at all skill levels and ages. As you can see from looking around our website, we have over 1000 players learning the game of soccer, learning life lessons from the game and being involved with a team and program, and being better prepared for success as an adult. Our teams compete at all levels of the Cincinnati United Soccer League (CUSL) as well as the Buckeye Premier Youth Soccer League (BPYSL), The Premier League (TPL) and the Ohio South State League. Many of our players find that the varied development and competitive levels offered by CWSC along with our experienced, nationally licensed training staff, including current and former college and high school coaches and players have well-equipped many our play for the “next level”. CWSC players have a strong record of accomplishment at both the high school and college levels. We are proud of every one of our players and teams, and we hope that you decide to join the CWSC family.
Cincinnati West Soccer Club is proud to continue our CWSC Player Scholarship Program. This scholarship recognizes and supports our dedicated student athletes who excel academically and play for Cincinnati West Soccer teams who will be attending college or university programs. Scholarship funds will be awarded to two students each year upon evidence of enrollment and attendance as a full or part-time student in a college or university program the fall immediately after high school graduation. To learn more or to fill out an application, click the register link below..
DEADLINE for scholarship applications was Saturday, May 31, 2014 (no exceptions)
The Cincinnati West Soccer Club Board of Directors (“the Board”) is excited to announce the new operating and hierarchy structure that we have put into place. The Board will still act as the “CEO” of the club and all decisions must be approved through the Board. Reporting to the Board will be a Director of Coaching and a Director of Player Development. These positions will each have a specific list of job duties, but will also have some responsibilities that cross over. Therefore they will need to work closely together. All the details haven’t been finalized but here is a high level overview of each position:
1. The Director of Coaching (DOC) will be responsible for all of the administrative work that Bill has taken care of such as fielding new teams to the club, placing teams at bracketing, all of the emails, and much more. They will also be responsible for organizing and coordinating tryouts. This person is responsible for training the coaches on the plans that the Director of Player development is establishing for the players. Reporting to the Director of Coaching will be a Boys Coordinator and a Girls Coordinator who will be utilized to assist the DOC. One primary duty of the coordinators will be game evaluations (of coaches and players).
2. The Director of Player Development (DPD) will have the training staff and the goalkeeper training staff reporting to them. This person will be in charge of all player development as well as age group specific training plans. They will also be responsible for attending games and evaluating teams / players to help formulate a development strategy for the club.
The Board is happy to announce that Kevin Spraul has accepted the Director of Coaching position and Dave Ruehl has accepted the Director of Player Development position. We are extremely excited about this new structure of the club and the opportunity it provides for additional player development and growth.
The Board feels this is an extremely good move for the club and we are excited to have Dave and Kevin in these positions to help lead Cincinnati West Soccer Club.
From Dave Ruehl’s UG16 United Red:
Nicole Faulkner – (Taylor High School sophmore) 1st team ALL-CITY Division 2 and 1st team CHL. She led all CHL players with 11 assists.
From Mark Theimann's U18 Fuego:
Madison Martin has committed to play at Anderson University.