All EBU families should have received an email last week regarding credits and refunds for the Spring 2020 season, which included a response form. We are asking each household to complete this form by 5:00 pm CST this Wednesday, May 20. If you did not receive this email or have questions regarding the credits/refunds, please contact us at [email protected]. Please submit only one form per household. Thank you to all of the families who have already completed the response form!
Wisconsin Youth Soccer Association (WYSA) has announced its decision to cancel the Spring 2020 season due to the risks associated with the COVID-19 virus. Unfortunately, this means that the ODP, First Touch, State Cup, and Recreational leagues are all officially canceled. Please click here to view WYSA’s updated statement.
This is disappointing news for everyone involved. The coaches, staff, and board all miss the sights and sounds of kids enjoying soccer and wish there were a way to play. However, we must respect the decision of the WYSA, and do agree that our top priority is to keep our children, staff, and fans safe. We look forward to the day when this will be behind us and we can get back to the game we all love.
EBU has a Zoom meeting scheduled with all Waukesha District clubs this evening and a Board meeting scheduled early next week. Please allow the club some time to discuss our next steps internally and to establish a refund/credit policy.
EBU would like to take this opportunity to thank our volunteer coaches for their support, our select and academy coaches for organizing virtual practices to keep our kids engaged, our parents for encouraging their children to stay active despite continued uncertainty about this season, our players for their continued enthusiasm, and most importantly, our club members who are essential workers risking their health to keep our community going.
We will be in contact soon with more information for all members.
Congratulations to Aris Sikorski (U10B Academy), winner of Elmbrook United’s essay contest – “What soccer means to me”. Thanks to all players who entered. The essays were outstanding!
CLICK HERE to read Aris Sikowski’s essay.
Elmbrook United is excited to announce the hiring of Robert Williams as the new recreational coaching director for our club. Robert was the assistant director of coaching at Bavarian Soccer Club and director of coaching at Menomonee Falls Soccer Club. He has coached for various soccer clubs, including Brookfield Soccer Association, Elm Grove Soccer Club, Bavarian Soccer Club and Strike FC. He also has coached for numerous area high schools, including Cedarburg, Whitefish Bay, Pius XI, and Brookfield Central.
Currently, Robert is vice president of the Wisconsin Soccer Coaches’ Association and a staff coach for the Wisconsin Olympic Development Program. He holds a USSF B License, is passionate about the game of soccer at all levels of play, and looking forward to joining the coaching staff at EBU.
For some time, EBU has been considering converting one or more of our grass fields into artificial turf. The Club is in a strong financial position and, after careful consideration of all of the above factors, we believe the time is right to take the first steps necessary to make EBU turf fields a reality. Read More: https://www.elmbrookunited.com/2019/06/10/future-ebu-turf-fields/future-of-turf-fields-at-ebu/