Who are we?

Brewer Soccer Club is a non profit organization that provides quality, healthy fun for children in the Brewer ME area. We invite children under 13 years of age to join our program to learn the fundamentals of the game in an enjoyable atmosphere.  During the Fall program, children will have the opportunity to play other teams in Bangor, Hampden, Hermon, Gardiner, Ellsworth, and Rockland as well as a tournament in southern Maine on Columbus Day weekend. We typically begin bi-weekly team practices the first of August.  Games start on the last weekend of August and occur on Sundays through Columbus Day Weekend.



Looking to participate in a sport that requires skill, fitness, strategic thinking and the desire to play as part of a team? Whichever level you play at, soccer can enhance your life by improving fitness and coordination.

Whether you are looking to participate casually, competitively or in a futsal league, you'll find our organization to be a great place to learn new skills and meet new friends.


Whats the difference between Rec Soccer and Travel Soccer?

Recreational soccer is a great environment for fun and learning basic soccer skills . Any players new to the sport that are considering joining a recreational team should be made aware of the following:

  • Rec soccer is very affordable if you are interested in joining the sport.

  • Playing time is guaranteed. Every player who registers will play equally regardless of ability.

  • There are two practice days and recurring weekly games, making it easier on the family schedule. 

Travel soccer is a great environment for competitiveness and high-level skills training. Any players considering making the jump to a traveling team should be made aware of the following:

  • Traveling soccer can be more expensive than recreational soccer. It can incur costs from professional coaching,  increased practice time and travel expenses.

  • There is an increased chance for high-level development. Players looking to play in college and beyond should seriously consider joining a traveling team.

  • Rules are generally more closely related to high school and college soccer.