Since it was founded in 1974, the Bellevue Soccer Club has grown into a model youth sports organization supporting players and teams from all over the Omaha/Council Bluffs metropolitan and surrounding areas. Players do not have to live in Bellevue to play at the Bellevue Soccer Club.
The 27 privately owned and operated acres of the Walter's Soccer Complex is home to the Bellevue Soccer Club and is located 2.5 miles west of Offutt Air Force Base (a block north of Highway 370 at 42nd Street).
The Bellevue Soccer Club is affiliated with the Nebraska State Soccer Association and the US Youth Soccer Association. It offers a wide variety of programs for any player regardless of age, ability, or desires.
Bellevue Soccer Club teams play in leagues throughout the state of Nebraska including Nebraska Youth Soccer League.
Mission. The Bellevue Soccer Club (BSC) provides a comprehensive soccer program serving the needs of the community. It offers a range of programs designed to meet the technical, tactical, physical and psychological skills of all players. Opportunities exist for anyone that wants to play soccer regardless of age, gender, skill, or goals.
Vision. BSC strives to develop the skills, knowledge, character, and love of the game for players of all ages in a fun and positive environment. It is focused on the enjoyment, improvement, growth, and development of players – the focus is on playing to develop and not playing to win.
Values. BSC embraces the following values:
- Soccer is a game and games are to be played for enjoyment first and foremost with winning as a secondary goal – Fun, Learn, Win
- To offer a quality soccer program for all levels of competition
- To provide a superior professional training staff focused on the player
- To provide superior game fields
- To facilitate a safe, secure, and positive environment for players to learn and play the game of soccer
- To generate a spirit of sportsmanship, cooperation, respect, and maturity of all players and adults involved with the Club
- To teach players to compete, to compete hard, and to compete to win but that winning is NOT the only measure for success
- That quality and long term benefits are more important than short term success