Please come out to our Annual picnic on Friday, June 3rd 5:30-7:30pm. We are planning on grilling hamburgers and hotdogs and will have veggie pizza too. We have some great prizes to give away again this year, where everybody gets a raffle ticket and can win!
We will have a dunk tank, and of course there will be soccer to be had! Playground and Splash Pad will be open! Also, it’s a great time to meet our staff, board members and we will update you on any business matters too. Please come out for a great night!
Birth year 2013 & 2014 players do not attend tryouts but will need to register to be able to attend. They will attend a call out at Karst Farm Park on Tuesday, June 7th, 2022 at 6:00-7:30 PM.
The yearly tryout player placement process allows the club to review our teams and players and make any necessary adjustments so that each player is placed in the best team environment to maximize player development & enjoyment. This is also the opportunity for new players to join the club and/or participate on the club’s travel teams. It is important that everyone attends player placement so that new players can be observed and mixed in with returning players. It also provides a new coach an opportunity to have valuable input.
For more information and to register, click here.
May 13th 2022 - The Cutters Soccer Club Board of Directors dismissed Mr. Troy Vegeler from his position as Executive Director. A search for the next Executive Director has been initiated.
In the interim, please contact Board President Michael Grubb, 812-327-3826, email@example.com, regarding topics or questions you would have addressed with the Executive Director.
Do you know a graduating high school senior who has been involved in any Cutters programs, including refereeing, who is in need of scholarship money for any type of post-secondary school studies?
Cutters Soccer Club is giving away $1000 to support one graduating senior who is involved in the Cutters community, has shown great sportsmanship and has given back to their community.
For more information, please check out the application here!
We would like to welcome Carl Salzmann as the new Director of Coaching and Player Development for Cutters Soccer Club. Carl has coached for Cutters since 2009 and was the head coach for the men’s team at Edgewood High School from 2008-2016. Carl has a United States Soccer Federations National Youth license, USSF National D license, and a Director of Coaching (DOC) license.
"Carl has been an important part of the Cutters family for the last 13 years. He has proven himself as a level-headed, strategic and knowledgable coach that embodies the Cutters values whole-heartedly. He is the right person for the job and we at Cutters are excited to see our players grow under his vision and guidance," Mike Grubb, President of the Cutters Board of Directors.
Soccer is also a big part of Carl’s family as well. His wife Emily, who is a local attorney, is a lifelong soccer fan who serves on the Cutters Board. Carl’s daughter, Ella, is a U6 with the Cutters community program and his son Cas is very eager to start U5 community this fall!
If you see Carl at the fields we encourage you to say hi and ask about the future of Cutters soccer. Just be aware, he will talk soccer for hours if you let him.
Bloomington High School North Senior Alexandra King was awarded a 4-year full scholarship to Indiana University as part of the Jesse and Beulah Cox Scholar program. This scholarship is given to self-motivated learners who are trying to better themselves, with a proven work ethic and an eagerness to impact their community.
Alex credits Cutters Soccer as one of the most significant positive impacts on her life that allowed her to gain confidence, grow leadership skills, and helped her feel like part of a community.
Alex moved to Bloomington at age 11, and she was eager to try Cutters Community Soccer after having never participated in after-school sports before. She loved having a positive outlet to channel her pre-teen, and eventually, teen angst and enjoyed feeling increasingly more skilled, strong and powerful. There was a lot of changes going on in her life at the time and she credits soccer for helping her through it.
As soon as she was old enough, in 8th grade at age 13, Alex took the referee certification course and started to referee Community Soccer. Five years later and she still loves the power and challenge of refereeing all ages and games at Karst Farm Park.
As one of the few local female referees around, she is proud to showcase to the community that females make great refs too! Wanting to give back the joy soccer has brought to her, Alex started training Cutters U5 and U6s. She hopes to keep refereeing and training with Cutters Soccer throughout her years at IU.
Thank you for being such a role model to all the young ones in the Cutters Community Alex! Congrats on your hard-earned scholarship!
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3701 W Jonathan Drive
Bloomington, IN 47404