Playworks Soccer

  1. Updates

Thank you to everyone who participated in our Playworks Wisconsin soccer league! Soccer was a huge success, engaging more than 100 students and their families. Unlike other youth sports leagues, the Playworks soccer league is designed to build empathy and teamwork by teaching students the skills of soccer so that they feel comfortable learning and playing the sport with their peers. In many cases, Playworks leagues provide opportunities to develop athleticism that many students may not otherwise have.

The success of the soccer league would not have been possible without our encouraging coaches, faithful volunteers, cheering families and playful students!

We want to say a special thank you to Community Advocates for providing us with funds to purchase new soccer goals as well as indoor and outdoor soccer balls for our soccer league.

Want to help out? We are currently recruiting volunteers to assist in our girls’ basketball league. If you are interested in volunteering, contact Katie at or 414-220-4301.

More Updates

March 25, 2021

Top 6 Games to Play Physically Distant with No Equipment ›

As more and more schools transition back to in-person learning, we know educators are looking for games that are physically-distant and don’t require equipment. The need for play is more important than ever due to the isolation that our kids have endured during COVID-19. Play encourages creativity, flexibility, teamwork, and other critical social skills. We’ve…

March 17, 2021

UnitedHealthcare Kickball Team Looks Forward to the Next Tournament ›

UnitedHealthcare Community Plan of WI had the opportunity to sponsor two teams in the Playworks Wisconsin 2019 Corporate Kickball Tournament. Corporate Kickball is an active employee engagement event that brings teams of 10-15 co-workers together through tournament play of a nostalgic game of kickball. Companies competed for a championship trophy and the opportunity to bring…

March 12, 2021

Playworks: One Year Later ›

One year ago… All of our partner schools closed their buildings and our work serving kids in schools risked coming to a halt. We knew our mission had to continue. We remained committed to providing opportunities for joy and connection through play for kids in a COVID safe way, regardless if their school was virtual,…