The Bellevue Soccer Club, founded in 1974, is one of the largest youth sports organization in Sarpy County. BSC registers more than 900 players annually, ages 4 to 19, of all ability levels. The 27 acre Walter's Soccer Complex is home to BSC and is located 2.5 miles west of Offutt Air Force Base (a block north of Highway 370 at 42nd Street).
We have taken the best aspects of teaching philosophy to create an environment in which all players can have the chance to be successful. From exceptional professional staff to the highest quality fields, our select teams are designed for players who are seeking a challenging environment that will allow them to accelerate their development.
Teams train year-round and participate in the Nebraska Soccer League. Tryouts are held each June for the upcoming year. However if you, or someone you know, are interested in learning more about our teams or would like to attend a training session. Please feel free to contact us.
BSC Club is the traditional recreational program for players in the Under-11 through Under-19 age groups. Players in the Club program continue their soccer careers in a less competitive fashion than the Select program.
Club teams usually practice twice a week during the season. Practice times and locations are determined by the team coaches.
Club teams play in the Eastern Nebraska Soccer Association (ENSA) league or the Sarpy County Soccer League (SCSL). Each season (Fall and Spring) is 8 weeks long. Approximately half of the games are at the BSC complex. The remaining games are at the home fields of other teams in the league: Plattsmouth Soccer Club, Southeast Soccer Club, Nebraska Futbol Club, Omaha Futbol Club, Grenta Soccer Club, Elkhorn Soccer Club and others.
Some Club teams participate in winter indoor leagues as well as tournaments throughout the year.
The registration fee for the program is $100 per season and includes all in-season training, equipment, league fees, and administrative costs.
Uniforms for the Club program are not provided and must be purchased separately.