Menomonee Falls, Milwaukee soccer clubs announce merger

Special to The Freeman

April 9, 2014

MILWAUKEE – Menomonee Falls Soccer Club on Wednesday announced it’s merging with the Milwaukee Kickers Soccer Club, according to a statement.

The merged clubs will operate under the Milwaukee Kickers Soccer Club name, and some of the MFSC staff will join MKSC in leadership positions, according to the statement.

“Menomonee Falls Soccer Club has had a great run for over 20 years. Now it is time to return
to our roots and align ourselves once again with the Milwaukee Kickers,” said Ed Eastman,
MFSC president. “We are impressed with the way the Kickers organization is structured and
are confident it will offer great support for our kids.”

“The merger benefits both clubs as we move forward as one to continue to provide youth
with the best soccer coaches, fundamentals and resources to consistently improve their
level of play,” added Alvaro Garcia-Velez, MKSC executive director. “True to our club’s
infrastructure and consistent with our ‘players first’ mindset, our players remain our
number one priority and focus.”