Superior City FC were founded as Hayward United Soccer Club in 2017 to provide high-level soccer opportunities for players in the Hayward, WI area. The Wolfpack played in the Duluth Amateur Soccer League in 2018, and were a founding member of the new Wisconsin Primary Amateur Soccer League in 2019. The club became Hayward Wolfpack Football Club after rebranding in 2021. The organization moved to Superior in 2022, becoming Superior City Football Club and adding UPSL Men's and Women's teams. What was originally just a group of friends playing soccer has blossomed into a club dedicated to providing adult soccer programs to the greater Twin Ports area.
October 2017 - Hayward United Soccer Club is formed
March 2018 - Hayward United Soccer Club joins the DASL
May 2018 - Danny Murphy scores the very first Wolfpack goal in a 6-3 win against Washburn
May 2018 - Hayward United Soccer Club plays its first DASL match against Team Evil
March 2019 - Hayward United Soccer Club becomes founding member of the WPASL
June 2019 - Hayward United Soccer Club plays its first WPASL match against Eau Claire Heat
June 2019 - Hayward United Soccer Club beats Barron Soccer Team 6-1 to win their first WPASL game
April 2020 - Taking part in a popular trend on Twitter during the COVID-19 pandemic, a virtual game of Connect Four with rivals Bateaux FC leads to the formation of the Connect Four Derby
April 2021 - Hayward United Soccer Club rebrands as Hayward Wolfpack Football Club
August 2021 - Hayward Wolfpack Football Club finishes 1st in the WPASL Regular Season, losing to Bateaux FC 3-2( AET) in the WPASL Championship Game at Northland College
August 2021 - Kaden Bergman becomes Hayward Wolfpack Football Club's first ever WPASL MVP.
December 2021 - Hayward Wolfpack Football Club brings already established DASL club Superior Internationals FC into the organization to provide competitive non-travel opportunities for adult soccer players
February 2022 - Hayward Wolfpack Football Club establishes the HRSL, providing recreational opportunities to adult soccer players. This becomes an organized pick-up soccer program.
April 2022 - Hayward Wolfpack Football Club beat Granite City FC in a friendly, marking the club's first ever win over a semi-professional team.
August 2022 - Hayward Wolfpack Football Club qualifies for the Wisconsin State Cup after finishing 3rd in the WPASL.
August 2022 - Malcolm Lumsden becomes Hayward Wolfpack Football Club's second WPASL MVP.
December 2022 - Hayward Wolfpack Football Club organization relocates to Superior, WI. Hayward Wolfpack renamed Superior Wolfpack FC and Superior Internationals renamed Superior Whalebacks FC.
January 2023 - Organization adds Superior City FC Men's and Women's UPSL clubs.