About Addison United Soccer Club
The Addison United Soccer Club was founded in 1994 to offer youth players from Bristol, Middlebury, and Vergennes a fun and competitive spring soccer experience. Since then, Addison United has grown into one of the largest clubs in Vermont. With players proudly representing many of the towns in Addison County, AUSC fields teams of boys and girls ages six to nineteen.
We’ve stayed true to our roots as a family-based community club built on the love of soccer. We have great players, committed and talented coaches, dedicated team managers, a diligent board, and wonderfully supportive families.
Our priority is skill development and personal growth for each and every player. We win plenty of games, but not at the expense of learning, growing, and developing as players, teams, and young people. As a community-based club, our coaches and staff get to know every player personally. We want players and parents to have fun, feel welcomed, and feel valued. We feel that players should choose their club soccer experience without pressure, persuasion, or big promises.
Our season starts in January with Sunday practices for our players U12 and up. We move outdoors in late April or early May for our spring season, with training at least twice a week. Our Vermont Soccer League matches are played from the first weekend in May through the middle of June. Typically, we play one game a weekend. Our teams also enter one or more tournaments as additional competitive opportunities.
The Addison United Soccer Club (AUSC) is a nonprofit organization. Sponsorships, gifts, and donations to the club are tax-deductible and promote the health, welfare, and recreation of the general public through soccer.