St. Louis Kutis Soccer Club, better known as St. Louis Kutis, is an amateur U.S. club in St. Louis, Missouri. Founded in 1947 as the St. Louis Raiders, the club was known as Paul Schulte during the 1948-49 season and McMahon’s during the 1949-50 season. In 1953, the team was renamed St. Louis Kutis. The club gained its greatest prominence in the 1950s when it dominated both St. Louis and national soccer competitions. In 1958, the United States Soccer Federation used Kutis, with a few guest players, as the U.S. national team in two World Cup qualifying matches.
2014 Summer Tryout Information
Kutis 02/03, coached by Mark Tracy and Brian McChesney, is looking for players/additions to its current roster (including a goalkeeper) for the 2014-2015 season.
Kutis 02/03 finished at the top of the standings in SLYSA’s U-11 First Division. We will be playing 11 vs 11 beginning in Fall 2014, likely in the U12 Championship Division. Our independent coaches are dedicated to the training and long term development of players.
We practice at Fenton City Park and our players live throughout the metropolitan area. Upcoming tryouts:
Kick Around/Restricted Tryout Wed, 6/18 6:30 Fenton 7/8
Kick Around/Restricted Tryout Sun, 6/22 1:30 Fenton 7/8
Tryout Wed, 6/25 6:30 Fenton 7/8
If you have any questions, please contact our manager, Wayne Kissel at 636-219-4163.