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CLUB SOCCER Midwest United FC, Soccer Club of Michigan announce strategic partnership



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CLUB SOCCER: Midwest United FC, Soccer Club of Michigan announce strategic partnership

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. – Midwest United FC and the Soccer Club of Rockford (SCOR) announced today the formation of Midwest United FC SCOR, a strategic partnership and affiliation that will unite two of the most-storied youth clubs in West Michigan starting in the 2024-25 season.

“We are extremely excited to put together this groundbreaking partnership that will benefit soccer in West Michigan," said Lewis Robinson, Midwest United FC Executive Director. “It is a true sign of community to have two of the top soccer organizations putting the players first and collaborating to support the growth of the game. We are excited to expand our Midwest United FC club family to impact Rockford and Northern Grand Rapids. We know that this partnership and collaboration will vastly improve the soccer developmental experience and opportunities in the game for all players.”

“We are proud to announce an innovative affiliation to increase player development pathways and creating new opportunities for players in Rockford and its neighboring communities," said Grant Oosse, SCOR Executive Director. “By working together, we now have the ability to share resources and provide a pathway for players of all ages and skills to be placed in the best environment for individual development. We are excited for the era of growth and excellence in the soccer community of Rockford and the surrounding areas of West Michigan.”

Midwest United FC and SCOR have long been pillars in the West Michigan soccer community, providing players of all skill levels with high-level training and competition since the 1990s.

Now working together, the clubs will continue to serve Midwest United FC’s mission of growing the game of soccer in West Michigan by sharing their resources, world-class facilities, and by creating a stronger, unified player pathway for the area’s youth players.

More information about the partnership will be published as it becomes available at

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