Erin Mills Soccer Club (EMSC) welcomes our new General Manager, Matthew Kassabian, who brings a new perspective and approach to the club.
In his new position, Matt will be focused on business operations at the club and working towards our long-term strategic objectives with the Board or Directors. He is joining EMSC after most recently leading Newmarket Soccer Club as their Club General Manager for the last 3 years.
“I am very excited to begin working at EMSC and grateful to have the opportunity to join such a historic club” Matt said. “I look forward to working and collaborating with our staff, members, and board as we strive to become a unified and supportive group. I want this to be a group that can do great things for the community and become a place where people want to have fun and where development and play collide and thrive! We will work on developing not only the athlete but people too!
Matt has keen perspective on both business operations and events. Matt has completed his Advanced Diploma in Sport Management and has years of experience at all levels of the game. Matt has experience at the club and grassroots level, as well as the Provincial and National levels in his roles with Ontario Soccer and Canada Soccer.
Please join us in welcoming Matt as our newest Eagle, and wish him success in his new role!
About Erin Mills Soccer Club
The Erin Mills Soccer Club (EMSC) is a non-profit community-based organization in Mississauga, offering indoor and outdoor recreational and competitive soccer programs since 1972. The Erin Mills Soccer Club is also known as EMSC and Home of the Eagles. The club features a 20,000 square foot indoor soccer facility. EMSC has over 3,500 members and 300 professional coaches and volunteers. The Erin Mills Soccer Club carries the Gold Standard Award for Club Excellence from Ontario Soccer. EMSC’s tradition of excellence includes six national championships (6 Gold & 4 Silver) and 48 Ontario Cup winners. There are former EMSC players competing in the MLS, NCAA, CIS, Provincial and National levels. Over EMSC’s 47-year history, several hundred players have earned scholarships with universities and colleges in Canada and the United States. ESMC is committed to develop, teach and promote soccer to all ages, at all levels of play, in a safe and healthy environment.