Erin Mills Soccer Club's 2022 Outdoor Adult Recreational League is for those looking for a positive soccer experience for adults of all ages and playing abilities. Each year EMSC hosts a league with over 30 teams and 500 players. 

League Structure

Our league offers various levels of play, ranging from competitive to recreational for both Men and Women. 

  • 12 regular-season games plus playoff games

  • League begins Sunday, May 29 - no games on holiday weekends

  • Kick-off times are 5:30 PM, 7:00 PM and 8:45 PM

  • 11 v 11 playing format with 2 x 45-minute halves

  • Online schedules and standing

  • Matches will be played on either grass or turf

    • Clarkson Park (grass), Clarkson Secondary School (turf), Dr. Dobkin Community Park (grass), Erin Mills Twin Arena (grass), South Common Park (grass), Fr. Angelos Saad Park (grass)​

  • Must be 19 years or older (born 2003 or older)

Player Registration

Erin Mills Soccer Club offers players the ability to register as an individual or a team. Registration fees include uniforms (jersey, shorts and socks). Players must wear provide their own cleats and shin pads.

Individual Player Registration Fee $275

  • Individual players will be assigned to a team

  • Select 2022 Outdoor Adult Recreational - Individual on PowerUp

  • All individuals living outside the boundary of Mississauga will be charged an out-of-town fee of $20. 

Team Registration Fee $3,200

  • Teams will have a maximum of 19 players

  • Select 2022 Outdoor Adult Recreational - Team on PowerUp

  • For instructions on registering a team, click here

  • All individuals living outside the boundary of Mississauga will be charged an out-of-town fee of $20.


For more information, please contact our Adult Outdoor Recreational League Coordinator, Joe Cacciacarro

Safety Protocols

Across all of our programs, EMSC has focused on the health and safety of our players, to ensure all not only enjoy themselves but feel safe and secure to doing so. Erin Mills Soccer Club follows protocols outlined by the Ontario government, Peel Public Health and Ontario Soccer. ​