EMSSC PO BOX 455 EAST MOLINE IL 61244 PHONE: (309) 912-7881
EMSSC was founded in 1981 to provide youth soccer to the cities of East Moline, Silvis, and surrounding communities. The club consists of a Recreation Program designed to introduce kids to the game of soccer, and a Pride Program (travel) for those wishing to advance their skills and play at a more competitive level. Jacobs Northeast Park hosts all our Rec games, many Illowa games, and is the site of the Labor Day Shootout (LDSO) tournament.
The annual LDSO tournament has been a Quad Cities staple since 1985 drawing nearly 80 teams for 4 days of competitive soccer.
EMSSC gives back to the communities by giving away $2000 in college scholarships to a graduating boy and girl from UTHS who have participated in our club and played high school soccer.
EMSSC has a limited number of grant opportunities for Rec Players. This grant was created in the memory of Gary Lundeen a long time supported of EMSSC Soccer. These grants are for the registration, a ball, shin guards and shoes for qualified families.
||$130 ($100 registration $30 fundraiser)
|*When registering in the fall, this fee covers both the fall and spring sessions. If registering in the spring the fee is still the same, but only includes the spring session. Each child will receive a jersey, shorts, and socks with their registration. Shinguards are a requirement for participation. Cleats are optional but strongly recommended. Each child will receive a participation medal at the end of the season.
Refunds will be evaluated on a case-by-case basis. However, refunds WILL NOT be issued for participants who register in the fall and elect not to participate in the spring. If a refund is issued, EMSSC will retain funds to cover the club's out-of-pocket costs for the participant, such as the cost of uniforms or fundraising merchandise.
Fundraising is an essential part in the continuing operation of the club. The money raised is used to offset registration and tournament entry fees. As a result, all club members (Players and Parents) are required to participate in the club fundraising events. The recreational program fundraiser will be determined each fall.. Pride team members are required to participate in the annual Pride fundraisers and club tournaments. Failure to participate in required activities may result in team sanctions or an increase in next season's registration fees.
Board meetings are held the third Tuesday of the month. The meetings are held at the Silvis Police Department. The Police Department is located at 600 Illini Drive, Silvis. From April to October the meetings begin at 7:30pm. November to March the meetings begin at 6:30pm. If you wish to be on the agenda, please email the secretary at
Minutes of the monthly Boarding Meetings are available upon request. To request a copy of the minutes, contact the
and specify the meeting of interest.
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