Monday, June 14, 2021


Eric Wiberg established Wiberg’s Wisconsin Goalkeeper School in April 2004.  Our primary goal is to find talented athletes who are intelligent and coachable . . . and develop them into quality keepers! Our goal is to provide more and better training opportunities each year for regional keepers.

The primary purpose of this website is to showcase keepers who have the desire and talent to play in college. This allows coaches to “scout” them.  Historically, goalkeepers have been recruited based on their performance at games and tournaments.  However, the average keeper may only touch the ball a few times during a game, giving coaches little idea of the true abilities of the keeper.

Other key training opportunities include the growing number of three day “Road Show” keeper camps, courtesy of Stan Anderson (Associate Head Coach of the Marquette University Men Soccer Team and Camp Shutout founder/owner).  The first Road Show was held in June 2007 in Stevens Point, WI.  Road Show camps are now also being held in Michigan and Minnesota.

Keeper is the most under-coached position in the game, and we are trying to prevent that!