After careful consideration of new developments regarding the coronavirus (COVID-19), we have made the difficult decision to cancel all Special Olympics Wisconsin competitions and practices through May 31. While canceling events and practices is disappointing for athletes who love to train and compete alongside their friends, we know that our love of sport does not compare to the importance of protecting the health of our athletes and their surrounding communities.
If you have any questions related to the event cancellations, please email email@example.com.
Soccer “kicked” into the number one spot as Special Olympics’ most popular sport with over 150,000 athletes competing worldwide. Soccer, also known as Football outside the US, is offered in over 130 countries. Players improve their overall physical fitness through training and competition. Athletes also benefit through team building, communication, camaraderie and friendship.
Athletes with average or moderate ability are offered modified team competition. The game, which is played with only five players to a team and on a smaller field, is easier to understand and provides the transition from individual skills competition to traditional team play.
Medical Deadline: April 1, 2020
2020 DISTRICT FOOTBALL (SOCCER) COMPETITIONS – Important Dates
|DIRECTOR||REGIONS ASSIGNED||EVENT ENTRY DEADLINE||LOCATION||EVENT DATE|
2020 STATE SUMMER GAMES – Important Dates
|ENTRY DEADLINE||LOCATION||SPORTS||SITES||SCRATCH DEADLINE*||EVENT DATE|
|May 11||Stevens Point||Athletics, Swimming, Soccer||UW – Stevens Point Campus||May 15||
- Team - Five-a-side
Competition Information and Forms
|A||General Sports Rules|
|C||Team Intent to Play|
|Soccer Intent to Play||Word|
|D||District Tournament Forms|
|District Soccer Tournament||Word|
|E||State Competition Forms|
|State Summer Games||Word|
|Summer Games Boxed Lunch Order Form - COMING SOON||Word|
|Forms for Duplication|
|Special Needs Form||Word|
|Regional Registration Instructions||Word|
|State Registration Instructions||Word|