Supplemental registration for the spring season will be held for boys and girls born in : 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012
On site check in and initial training session for Boys and Girls born in 2012 will be held:
New Horizon Church Soccer Fields
(3002 W Bloomington Rd, Champaign)
Saturday, October 17th,
Check in 9:40AM-10:00AM
If unable to attend at this time, please contact the MSSC Board secretary at email@example.com to make alternative arrangements.
Boys and Girls born in 2008-2011 will be contacted by their respective team coaches and invited to a training session at a time designated by the coach.
Boys and Girls born in 2013 can be a part of our Academy program. See below for more information.
To register, please use the link below:
Registration is now open for the MSSC Spring 2021 Academy program for boys and girls born in 2013. The Academy program is an introduction to club soccer for our youngest players.
In the words of our academy coach and founder:
The goal of the program is to teach the fundamentals of the game with fun and enthusiasm. We want your kids to love the game and in the process of that, they will learn the skill sets necessary to play the game at club level. I know that I am doing my job when your favorite player/players refuse to come to your car at the end of our training session. My goal is to expose them to a game that I love by making it fun.
There is no tryout for our Academy program. To register, please click the link below. More details regarding the program will be sent out later this fall to those who have registered.
This Protocol is based on Illinois Department of Public Health, US Soccer and US Youth Soccer guidelines for soccer organizations, clubs and teams that have reached the Restore Illinois Phase 4. The information in this document is NOT intended or implied to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. The knowledge and circumstances around COVID-19 are changing constantly and, as such, Illinois Youth Soccer Association makes no representation and assumes no responsibility for the completeness of this information. Further, your organization is expected to strictly comply with the Center for Disease Control (CDC), state and local guidelines for the resumption of play and seek advice from medical professionals and/or public health officials in your area if you have specific questions. These guidelines address only early phases of return-to-play and additional guidelines may, or may not, follow as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to evolve.
Although the young and healthy may be subject to less severe cases of COVID-19, every case of this disease is potentially life-altering or deadly, particularly in those with risk factors that may occur within our communities. Health consequences may be long-standing and only apparent weeks after initial infection and recovery. Until COVID-19 is either eradicated, a vaccine is developed, or a cure is found, there is no way of eliminating the risk of infection. This should always be at the forefront when designing and considering return-to-activity
Please send any financial or reimbursement requests or questions to the following email address: MSSC.firstname.lastname@example.org
Check out these home training videos from Coach Kerry!
Missed our fall order?
You can head to Winderson's Creations in downtown Mahomet to order/purchase one.
Thanks to Amy Bergman for coordinating the fall order!
MSSC relies on multiple volunteers to keep costs low. Families of each player (including practice players) will be expected to volunteer for a total of two hours per season played to help with various tasks (field lining, mowing, community service events, check-in at tryouts, spring pictures, etc). Those choosing to not volunteer can pay a $50 additional fee at time of payment. Volunteer hours will be tracked, and a $25 fee per hour not completed will be assigned after the season if hours are not fulfilled and the $50 fee was not paid at the start of the season.
Academy Players are not included in the Volunteer Policy.
See our volunteer page for specific volunteer opportunities.
Have your kids outgrown their cleats? MSSC will be collecting gently used cleats this fall and winter. Cleats will be cleaned up and then ready for purchase in the spring (date TBA) at a discount MSSC cleat sale with all proceeds benefiting the club. If you have any cleats to donate, please contact Katie Davis at email@example.com to arrange a drop off time.