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if you would like to see them in our pictures


During Games or Practice


Print a copy after you register, remember to include copy of birth certificate and if you paid by paypal a copy of that receipt as well. Register 1st before paying on paypal. (Paypal can be found under services tab)

New Lightning and Thunder Protocol

After reviewing information from the National Lightning Safety Institute, NCYSA has adopted a new protocol for lightning safety which will go into effect immediately (October15, 2014).  

No more counting to determine whether to halt play. The new protocol goes like this:

If you see lightning, clear the field.

If you hear thunder, clear the field.

Play will be halted for a minimum of 30 minutes.

If no lightning is spotted during the 30minutes and/or no thunder is heard during the 30 minutes, play will resume.

If lightning is seen and/or thunder is heard during the 30 minute period, the clock starts over.

No play will resume until a minimum of 30 minutes passes with no thunder and/or no lightning.

The North Carolina Soccer Referee Association is in full support of this new NCYSA protocol. ALL NCSRA referees are being notified of this new protocol and are being instructed to impose the new protocol effective immediately.

Thunder and lightning is extremely unpredictable. The threat is too dangerous and it just isn’t worth taking the chance.

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President           Andrew Salis

Vice President   Walter Lutz

Secretary           Samantha Rosa

Treasurer           Marian Pfeiler

Commissioner    Mary "Libby" Grammer

Biography of each below

Our Board


  • Spring Season begins like around Feb, but sign ups are now. Our MICRO teams will usually start about two wks after the older divisions begin.
  • Micro (U3.5 - 6)  which is within the club; The games are also played during the week!  Sign ups for this age will be longer than the older age groups.
  • Even if you want to wait and do face to face; still sign up online
    • select no check in person
    • also on payment screen just click mail in check to complete registration.


Summersill Soccer Club Recreational Soccer


whether you call iT soccer or football, we love this game. we think you and your child will, too.

  • Looking for things to do with kids
  • Fun FAMILY things to do with kids
  • Summersill Soccer Club recreational Soccer is the answer


Spring Season will begin around late Feb. early March.  Sign ups will be available online TBD but we are hoping before the Christmas break.  Do not fear we will still be having sign ups as long as the space is available.  We accept 3.5 yr olds to 18 yr olds. 

3.5-6 = $45      MICRO league

7-8 = $50         CAMSL league

9-18 = $55       ECSA league

This fee does not include uniform fees.

QUESTIONS:  Feel free to visit the SIGN UP tab and fill out the forum.

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Summersill soccer club 

Executive Board BIO    

      President:  Andrew Salis

Hello I am Andrew and also go by Andy. I am 31 yrs old, married, dad of three; 2 boys and one little girl. My youngest son got me involved with the soccer program about 5 years ago when he was on a micro team and the coach just didn’t want to coach young kids. I still continue to coach his team and have assisted my older son’s team from time to time. I have been involved with Summersill for 3 years now where I have served on the board as commissioner and now president. What do you do when your kids want to get involved  of course you step up for the kids and that’s how my journey began. I have always thought the best thing you can do for the community is help the young ones become great. Give them some one to look up to and emulate, Give them opportunities that we may not have had growing up our selves. I grew up in The Chicago land area where I lived on a horse farm and had an abundance of responsibility so I really didn’t get the opportunities I wanted. I told myself then that I would make a difference. I graduated and went into the Marine Corps. As a firefighter, after my 4 years I decided to switch over to the civil service side where I continued as a firefighter. I have throughout the years helped with children in many facets to include mentoring and coaching and will continue to do so. The children of today are our tomorrow without us what do they have to emulate. Let’s all take the time and make our children better adults.

My Number one rule We all have Fun!

     Vice President:  Walter A. Lutz (Wally)

Multicultural raised, Marine Veteran, Resident of Summersill for 7 years.
Daughter Makayla plays for the club.

I grew up playing soccer in Germany, then Florida and a little in the Marine Corps. I understand the close knit community that a military town has to offer. The safety, closeness, and warmth it brings.  A place that you can eventually start new roots. That’s what I did so I began coaching. I have lived here for several years and have listened to my neighbors talk about how great the Summersill Soccer Club used to be and how they all raised their kids through it. I want that for my child and yours too.

     Secretary:  Samantha Rosa (Sam)

I was born in Germany and raised in Texas.  I served in the USMC for 8 years and was medically retired in Dec 2008.  I have been a Jacksonville resident since 2002 and I am now a single parent.  So I have a little spare time and I want to use it to improve and help our community.  I am currently the Summersill Soccer Club Secretary and have been the Micro Coordinator for a few, as well as a team manager for various teams, and also just a concerned parent; I have been with the Summersill Soccer Club for a few years and more than 5 seasons.  I have 2 boys that have enjoyed the game and I have enjoyed being a team manager for their teams as well.  I guess my reason like most parents for getting involved was because my children love the sport and I feel all the kids should be as happy and enjoy the game as much as mine do.  So with that being said I want all the kids in the club to have a good time, enjoy themselves, and learn skills as well. I feel we are here to help, teach, and learn.

     Treasurer:  Marian Pfeiler

I have been living in Jacksonville with my husband Kenny since 2010.  I have been involved with the soccer club since 2011 in multiple facets; parent, team manager, and now treasurer.  I have experience working in the accounting industry for over 18 years and bring my passion of numbers to the club.  I look forward to utilizing my experience with budgeting and managing funds to utilize the club money to its fullest potential.

     Commissioner:  Libby Grammer

Raised here is Jacksonville NC. I Played local recreation soccer from the age of six through high school. Absolutely love the sport. I have been with Summersill Soccer Club since 2010 where I started coaching my daughter in the Mico program and as she has grown I have moved up with my team. We are currently the U9 girls Rockettes with Summersill. I have a great group of kids and parents who are more like family to me than just players.  I have been the Micro coordinator for the last 3 seasons and this past month I was voted in as the Commissioner by parents and other members of the club. I am very excited to take on this role. 
My hopes are to see our small family oriented club grow with the community.  We have some great volunteers that are really in this for the kids and we can do great things with the help of our soccer families. Type your paragraph

Mail checks and send ALL paperwork to:

1250 Western Blvd
Suite L2 PMB 140
Jacksonville, NC 28546

Phone: 910-526-7610