Glacial Drumlin United (GDU) Soccer Program
We are still accepting late registrations for player for Fall/Spring soccer
All registrations must be submitted online. Please sign up using the "Register Now" button to the right. Space is limited and teams will be filled on a first come-first serve basis. Since the main registration period is over, you may be asked to contact us directly via email at Glacial Drumlin United and there will be a $10 late fee.
We welcome players in grades 3 through 12 from area communities which includes Cambridge, Cottage Grove, Deerfield, Lake Mills, Marshall, Jefferson, and Waterloo. GDU supports approximately 250 players on recreational and a limited number of competitive teams. For more information, see our Season Details page.
Challenger Sports' Soccer Camps
Glacial Drumlin United Soccer Club offers 2 excellent opportunities to improve your soccer skills during the summer. And, they're fun too! The camps are run 7/27/15 through 7/31/15. Register now!
New Referee Course hosted by GDU
GDU is hosting a New Soccer Referee Course by the Madison Area Soccer Referee Unit (MASRU)! You are invited to consider earning a USSF Soccer Referee Badge to support our sport.
Young students must be at least 12 years-old by the in-class date. Younger referees need to be 2 years older than the level they are refereeing.
Deerfield Community Center
Sunday, August 2
8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Any questions? Contact Bryan Gruchow, District Director of Instruction.
Free Soccer Training Sessions this summer!
Training will be wrapping up soon. Final days are:
Deerfield Elementary School: Monday, July 27
Cambridge Elementary School: Thursday, July 30th
The two sessions at each location are be:
Players in grades 3, 4, and 5 in 2015 Fall --> 1:00 - 2:30 p.m.
Players in grades 6, 7, and 8 in 2015 Fall --> 2:30 - 4:00 p.m.
Please remember to leave all furry friends at home. No dogs are allowed on the soccer fields. Thanks!
Like us on our Facebook page and see pictures from our annual festivals!
We've been working hard on improving our fields. Thank you for being patient as we temporarily moved our U10 and U12 fields to the west of the U14 field. We are hoping to be using them again to some degree in the fall after some much needed care. Please stay off the set-aside fields for all activities.
Also, a hearty thank you to Jacob Tatlock, and the Boy Scouts who helped him, for designing and making team benches for each field! The players appreciate them!