The crown jewel of the Reddan Improvement Project, a lit, synthetic-surface championship field can be completed with the Goodman Foundation's gift.
It will be named for generous and visionary philanthropists Irwin and Robert: The Irwin A. & Robert D. Goodman Pitch
Irwin and Bob owned and operated Goodman's Jewelers on State Street from the late 30's until their retirement in 2001. With generosity
and deep commitment to their community, they have supported a wide range of facilities and programs, including
the Goodman Pool, the Goodman Community Center, the Madison Jewish Community Center, the Madison Public Library, and more. The
Reddan Improvement Project is proud and honored to be a recipient of their gift, in light of the Goodman brothers' reputation for honesty and civic mindedness.
Our sincere thanks to the Goodman Foundation!
The Irwin A. & Robert D. Goodman Pitch
The Irwin A. & Robert D. Goodman Pitch takes the Reddan Improvement Project to a new level
With a durable synthetic surface, bleachers for more fans, a press box, scoreboard, and lights - this Championship field
takes the beautiful game to a new level at Reddan Soccer Park, extending use of the park for ALL families and players, for tournaments
and league play.
MAYSA, UW Health
Sports Medicine Announce Agreement to Boost Local Soccer
MADISON – Madison Youth Area Soccer Association (MAYSA) and UW Health Sports Medicine signed a
sponsorship agreement that will result in a new sports pavilion at Reddan Soccer Park. The sponsorship
agreement also ensures that UW Health Sports Medicine will continue to provide athletic training and other
health related services at the Park. Read more
Field lightning, installed Summer 2012 at Reddan Soccer Park
Assist the Goal!
Hard work continues on Reddan Soccer Park
Since the Improvement project began, we have accomplished so much: completely rebuilt Badger Prairie and Southwest RSP fields,
lights, bleachers, more paved parking, The Spirit of Soccer Terrace honoring Bill Reddan, a safer entrance to the Park and many other improvements throughout.
Already funded and scheduled for construction in 2013 is the UW Sports Medicine Pavillion.
But work remains to see this project to completion. Please consider a contribution to the Reddan Improvement Project today!
Buy a brick, Build a Legacy Buy a brick for yourself, as a gift, as a team, a business or to honor someone’s memory, and
your brick will be placed in the path leading to the beautiful Bill Reddan Spirit of Soccer Terrace!
MAYSA is a 501(c)3 organization. Donations are tax deductible to the extent allowed by law.
If you prefer, complete the this pledge form or make your check out to
MAYSA (Reddan Soccer Park)
and mail to
5964 Executive Drive
Ste 1, Madison, WI 53719
For more information or to discuss recognition for major gifts and possible in-kind donations, please contact
Bill Reddan, John Reddan, Fritz Grutzner, Jim Pilarzyk, Chris Lay, Terri and Jack Connelly all speak about the need for revitalization of Reddan Soccer Park. (Thanks to Fritz Grutzner and brandgarten for this production.)