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Welcome to the fall 2017 soccer season!

Announcements
  • Don't miss the DUSC apparel sale on Sunday, Oct. 1, from 4 to 5:30 p.m. at the soccer fields! Stop by Will Baker Park to pick up Under Armour shirts, Adidas warmup jackets and pants, DUSC stocking caps, and more at close-out prices. Payment must be made by cash or check. (Credit card processing will not be available.)
  • Practices are held on Sundays from 4 to 5:30 p.m. at Will Baker Park in Decorah, starting Aug. 27 and ending Oct. 15.
  • Games for players born in the years 2003–2009 are held on Saturdays, from Sept. 16 through Oct. 21, in Decorah and other communities in northeast Iowa. Game schedules are available on the Tourney Machine website.
  • Players born in 2010 and 2011 will participate in practices on Sundays, without the travel requirement for games.

About DUSC
Decorah United Soccer Club (DUSC) is an organization committed to promoting youth soccer in Decorah, Iowa. 
DUSC is organized and directed by a board of dedicated volunteers. We are a traveling recreational soccer club for youth in the Decorah area. We are members of the Northeast Iowa Soccer League and the Tri-Rivers Soccer League.

We offer two seasons of recreational play. Our eight-week U9–U14 spring season includes six to 10 games, a tournament, practices two nights/week and three open gym opportunities in March. Spring teams are coached by 
Luther College soccer players under the direction of the Luther College professional coaching staff. Our six-week U9–U15 fall season includes six games, an optional tournament, and practice one night/week. Fall teams are coached by parent volunteers. All practices are held in Decorah and games are played in Decorah as well as West Union, Waverly, New Hampton, Denver, Sumner, Mason City & Clear Lake. The U13 & U14 players will have matches in southeast Minnesota, and southwest Wisconsin. We also offer local programming for U7–U8 players in both spring and fall.

We invite players of all abilities to participate. There are no try-outs, and every player gets equal playing time. Players are expected to attend all practices and games. All players, parents, and coaches are required to sign a Code of Conduct and are expected to conduct themselves in a positive manner at all times, both on and off the field.

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Sara Peterson,
Jul 28, 2016, 3:26 PM
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Sara Peterson,
Jul 28, 2016, 3:26 PM