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  • Decorah United Soccer Club is pleased to welcome Kyle Nelson as director of coaching! As director, Kyle will oversee player, coaching, program and club development.  
  • Practices are scheduled on Monday and Thursday nights at 6–7:30 p.m. at Will Baker Park in Decorah, starting March 26. Please note that this schedule is subject to change. There will not be a season kickoff at Luther College this spring.
  • All 3rd through 8th grade soccer players will play in the Tri-Rivers League based in Wisconsin. Games are held on Saturdays and Sundays, from April 7 through May 13, with an end-of-season tournament in Tomah, Wisconsin on May 19–20.
  • Players in 1st and 2nd grade will participate in practices on Mondays and Thursdays, without the travel requirement for games.
  • Please note: 2nd graders born in 2009 may optionally enroll in the travel league by selecting the 3rd–8th grade registration. Kindergartners born in 2011 may enroll in the 1st–2nd league.

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 spring season in the Wisconsin Tri-Rivers soccer league includes six to 10 games, a tournament, practices two nights/week and several open gym opportunities in February and March.
All practices are held in Decorah and games are played in Decorah as well as southeast Minnesota, and southwest Wisconsin.

Our six-week fall season in the Northeast Iowa Soccer League includes six games, an optional tournament, and practice one night/week. 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.

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.