Club History

For nearly 30 years, Western Lehigh United Soccer Club (WLUSC) has been providing soccer education, coaching, training, and a competitive playing environment for the youth in our community.

The club was founded in 1989 after the merging of four local youth soccer associations: Alburtis, Emmaus, Macungie and Upper Milford. The four vertical white bars (or pales) on the logo represent the four original communities. WLUSC has grown over the years and now welcomes players and coaches from all areas of the Lehigh Valley, PA.

In 2018, WLUSC entered into an affiliation agreement with Penn Fusion. WLUSC remains an independent club focused on the youth soccer players of the Lehigh Valley with programming to support our Futures Academy, recreational players, and more advanced travel players. Our affiliation allows us to transition our focused, highly-skilled and competitive players to more competitive soccer.


WLUSC firmly believes that each child who wishes to play soccer should be entitled to do so regardless of skill, gender, or financial circumstances. Our club will not deny any child a chance to play soccer due to a financial hardship. Learn more about our scholarship opportunities, Click Here.

The club has already handed out 5 scholarships for the 2018/2019 season. Thank you to all of our fundraising sponsors for help making this possible.

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