Papillion Soccer Club (PSC) is one of the larger soccer clubs in the greater Omaha Nebraska area with over 800 kids in its program. PSC provides the community with a soccer club for girls and boys ages 5 years through 18 years, to develop and play in recreational and competitive soccer leagues sponsored by the Nebraska State Soccer Association. We strive to provide all players with a safe, competitive, and fun soccer environment.
Papillion Soccer Club prides itself in that it's an all-volunteer club, coaches, board members, age group coordinators are not paid. Our qualified coaches dedicate and commit their time to helping our youth develop into individuals, teammates, and successful soccer players. All team coaches are security screened, and trained to provide your player with leadership and high level of training. Click here for additional information such as club fees and programs.
Second Thursday of the Month
Second Thursday of the Month
Sam, a player on the PSC Vipers Team, started out entering a St. C. tournament PK contest a couple months ago, then advanced to districts won it, then today advanced to Regionals won it and now heading to State. Good luck at state!!!!!!
Kicking off the spring season, Galaxy finished the pool play undefeated to win the Championship. Congratulations Galaxy!!!
The U13 Girls Papio Power soccer team, won their division at the Elkhorn Soccer Tournament on August 11, 2013. A newly assembled team for the 2013 season played compiled a 2-0-1 record in the qualifying bracket before winning the championship game 2-0 vs the North Platte Stingers. The team played particularly well on the defensive side of the ball and received contributions from every player.
A special thank you and get well soon to - Karli. She was unavailable for the photo due to injury.
U13G Papio Power
U11G Papillion Mavericks
U9G Titan Silver
U12G PSC Force
The Creighton University Women's Soccer Team and the Papillion Soccer Club are working together to help build a greater soccer community within Omaha. One of the ways to achieve this goal is through Creighton's Adopt-A-Team program. Each spring, they will adopt a girls team within our club to help them with training and skills development. Typically it is a U13 or U14 team and really get to work with some higher level players from Creighton. The Papillion Soccer Club was one of seven clubs in this program and is pleased to be associated with the Creighton program. We look to support the Creighton Women's Soccer team by attending their events and games coming up in the fall.
On April 14th, 2012, Governor Heineman signed into law LB260, the Nebraska Concussion Awareness Act. This bill will take effect July 1, 2012. The bill affects athletes 19 years old or younger, sports organization, including youth leagues, club sports, or any organization sponsoring a sporting activity where there is a cost to participants or where such costs are sponsored must follow the law.