Lewistown Soccer Club

A competitive soccer program was established in the early 1990's to give the youth of Central Montana the opportunity to play soccer, both in a recreational and competitive setting, given soccer was and still is not offered as a sport through the Lewistown Public Schools.  

The LSC has recently quadrupled in size and now supports approximately 100 youth through three competitive/traveling teams and one noncompetitive, skill-building team. The spring soccer season runs March to June for kids 5-18 years old and includes youth from our surrounding rural communities.'

Over the years, LSC teams have won multiple state championships and represented Central Montana in a positive manner while traveling throughout the state. Several players have gone on to earn scholarships and compete at the collegiate level.
January through March an indoor league enables youth and adult participants (ages typically range from 14-60 years old) to also play. During the fall, an inter-mural soccer league (started in the early 1980's) sponsored by the City of Lewistown Parks and Recreation Department enables approximately 300 participants (ages 5 to 13) to play the sport.

A team from Hobson participated in this program last year and this year they have two teams participating (over the years teams from Moore and Grass Range have also participated). All of these leagues provide skill-building and healthy living options year-round for 400+ young soccer players.


​If you have any questions about the Lewistown Soccer Club please contact one of our Board Members.

  • President Joe Boyles
  • V. P. 
  • Secretary Jacque Sherman
  • Treasurer Lisa Robinson
  • Scott Stansberry 
  • Diann DeRosier
  • Jeff Friesen
  • Cydney Mitchell
  • Brett Thackeray
  • Darbe Wichman
  • Erika Carlson

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