Tryouts for the DRSC Strikers 2018-2019 Season will be held June 18th-20th at Bliss Soccer Complex. As you have already heard the South Coast Soccer League has implimented the US Youth Soccer Birth Year Registration. The Club will be holding tryouts using a Dual Age format as noted in the tryout chart below. If your child is unable to attend the tryouts please contact Brian Fernandez (
Please note that the U08 tryout will be held in September as there is no Fall SCSL Season at this age group.
U16 if there is enough player interest Tryouts will be Wednesday June 20th at 5:30PM
Please Register using the Registration links provided in the chart below.
The Dighton Rehoboth Strikers Soccer Club was founded in 1997. With more than two decades of history, the board felt it was time to update and modernize the logo as the club continues to expand and evolve.
The new logo was an exciting project and a true a collaboration between the board members. The project was spearheaded by the club’s president, Matt Chartier, who designed the initial logo concepts. The board then worked through several rounds of feedback and created multiple versions of each concept.
When the board’s favorite concepts were agreed upon, the logos were refined, polished and finalized by the award-winning design team at Brunello Inc, a Boston-based digital agency owned by board member Adam Hoyle.
You’ll start seeing the new logo rolled out across the club throughout 2018. We hope you like it!
Concussions are a serious health concern in youth sports. The DRSC is committed to the physical and emotional safety of our players. In order to focus on this commitment we are educating our coaches, parents and Board Members in the dangers of concussion-related injuries.
The DRSC will provide our members with tools and recourses to educate them on the extreme dangers of concussions; how to prepare for and protect against concussions; the causes and recognizing the symptoms of a concussive injury.
All coaches in the DRSC will be required to have completed a Concussion Certification. The recommended course is provided free from the CDC and may be accessed by the following link. CDC Heads Up Concussion Training
It is also recommended that parents take this free online course so they know and understand the severity, the symptoms, and recovery information of concussion-related injuries.