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Merger FAQ

Buffalo Soccer Club Announces Merger with Wright County Soccer Club


Buffalo Soccer Club and Wright County Soccer Club are excited to announce that we have joined forces in an effort to bring a more complete array of soccer playing opportunities to the surrounding community.  This merger will allow our soccer playing youth the ability to pursue soccer at a level that best suits their needs.

As one club, we will continue to offer the same Recreation and Competitive programs you have all come to know.  Together, we will be able to maximize the use of resources, such as field space, referees, and coaches.  This merger will also allow us to work toward the common goal of providing the best experience we can for our participating players and families.  In addition to our summer Recreation and Competitive programs, all member families will have access to our year-round training programs which include Camps, Fall Soccer, Winter Training, Friday Night Open Soccer and Coaches Training Sessions.  This will provide exciting opportunities to any player at any given time during the year. 

FAQ - Here are answers to some of the questions you may have about the merger:

Q – What changes can I expect regarding the current Recreational Soccer Program?

A – There will be no changes in our Recreational Program!  

  • Registration fees will remain the same.  
  • The season will run during the same calendar time frame and for the same duration.
  • Game nights will remain the same for all divisions.
  • Game locations will remain the same -- Bentfield Mills Soccer Complex
  • The end of season tournament will remain the same.
  • The number of divisions will not change.

        Additional opportunities for Recreational players to participate in if they so choose...

  • Summer Camps
  • Fall Soccer
  • Winter Clinics
  • Friday Indoor open soccer during the winter
  • Coaches training sessions
  • Increased coach support

Q – When will the merger be completed?

A – It will be complete by the end of 2017. The two clubs will enter 2018 as one entity. This summer, the two clubs will continue to operate with their current respective club names, governed by one board.

Q – What will the name of the new club be after merger is completed?

A – The newly formed club name will be Wright County Soccer Club.

Q – Can players participate in both the Recreational and Competitive programs?

A – Starting in 2018 players will be allowed to play both.  For the current season, 2017, players will be limited to one or the other as it has been in the past.

Q – Who can I contact if I have more questions?

A – To learn more about the merger or if you would like to get involved in providing the best possible soccer experience for our children, please contact Bradley Lucas