Welcome to El Salvador Soccer Club
At El Salvador Soccer Club, we provide soccer training and mentoring to children from 4 years old to senior men and women.
We are currently members of the Queensland Christian Soccer Association & South East Queensland Football and run our own six side senior women and men tournaments at the end of year. In 2013, the club introduced a Junior Development Program for ages 4-10 years old run by Kevin Meacock. This program is dedicated to developing skills and technique from a grass roots level.
2018 Sign On Days - 05 January 2017
The official El Salvador Soccer Club Sign On Days are as follows:
Friday 12th January between 5-7pm
Saturday 13th January between 9-11am
Friday 19th January between 5-7pm
Saturday 20th January between 9-11am
Location: El Salvador Soccer Club, Cansdale Street Yeronga
Junior Sign On 2018 - 04 January 2017
• Fun and Family Friendly
• Great Coaches
• No Travelling, all games and training at Leyshon Park
• Training Friday evening , Games Saturday Morning
Any questions, please let us know.
Gold Coast Champions Cup - 29 September 2016
Over the last week, El Salvador Soccer Club once again participated in the U9’s competition of the Gold Coast Champions Cup.
Junior Development Program Head Coach took the team down to the Gold Coast and represented El Salvador Soccer Club against some of the biggest clubs throughout Brisbane and interstate.
We won 3 games, lost 3 games and drew. Overall we finished equal 7th which is an amazing achievement. In addition to this, Ari was chosen in the All Star team of the Tournament.
Congratulations to Kevin and all players for representing our beloved club.
Mario "La Gata" Rivas - 22 September 2016
Letter from the President:
Players, Members, Family and Friends,
It’s with a heavy heart that I share with you that on Thursday 15th of September 2016, ex-footballer and great friend of El Salvador Soccer Club, Mario “La Gata” Rivas, passed away at the age of 77.
“La Gata” was a left defender for Atlético Marte and Club Deportivo FAS (National League teams of El Salvador) was well as a representative of the national team.
He was a much loved member of the Salvadorian community and also a present figure when the first team played at home from the early 90s.
As a club, it has been decided that in order to honor “La Gata,” the current Men’s and Women’s 6 a side competition will be officially named the Mario “La Gata” Rivas Cup.
On behalf of the Executive Committee and members, I would like to extend our condolences to the family during this difficult time.
RIP Don Mario
El Salvador Soccer Club Qld Inc.