Morris United Soccer Club

Morris United Soccer Club (MUSC) serves the youth of Morristown, Morris Township, Morris Plains and the surrounding Morris County Community by providing soccer programs to players of all skill levels. MUSC provides youth with opportunities to grow as players at a level and speed commensurate with their ability and commitment to the game through recreation, travel and academy level programs. MUSC programs focus on developing players' tactical skills, promoting good sportsmanship and helping players develop healthy habits through exercise.

Recreational Division

The Recreational Division program is open to all children ages 4 to 14, playing in the fall season. Registration for the fall season is done through the Morris United Soccer Club website. Registration opens in April closes once divisions are full. Parents who do not have access to the Internet from home can use the free internet access at the Morris County public library. If you have any questions, please contact

TOPSoccer Division

TOPSoccer is a national, community based soccer training program for young athletes with disabilities. The program is designed to bring the opportunity of learning and playing soccer to any boy or girl who has a mental or physical disability. The Morris United TOPSoccer program is established for local players who are either physically and/or mentally challenged and 5-17 years of age. The Morris United Soccer Club TOPSoccer program provides these athletes with a program that develops their physical fitness, technical skills, courage, and self-esteem, through the joy and excitement of playing soccer. To learn more please visit the Morris United Soccer Club website or contact MUSC at

Travel Division

Teams in the Travel Division are formed for ages 9 through 17. Teams play in spring and fall seasons. Tryouts for travel teams are held in early May and late October. Information on travel teams and tryout dates is available on the Morris United Soccer Club website or by contacting

The 10-game fall Travel season begins after Labor Day and ends in early November. The 10-game spring season begins in April and ends mid-June. Practice is twice a week. This is not a recreational program. At this level of play the emphasis is on player development, but at a higher competitive level. The number of interested players will determine the number of teams in each age bracket.