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Originally Posted by East Coast FC
East Coast FC and FC Sesa are very excited with this merger. We feel it is most beneficial to band together to provide every level player in Nassau County with the highest level training and best learning environment on Long Island. The merger will also provide better facilities, organization, coaching, full time office staff, and an overall more professional atmosphere.

We are especially excited because we will now be able to compete (boys and girls) in every age group at any tournament, league, and event in the country. We expect to field approximately 70 teams for the fall season.

Other big announcements will be made in the coming weeks. Stay tuned.

Any questions please contact us at info@fcsesa.org or ecfcny@gmail.com

Players interested in the new East Coast FC Academy visit us at www.eastcoastfc.com or www.fcsesa.org

Word of advice as you grow, never let the culture turn into a parent kid or family feeling like just a number. Preferably keep a neutral figure between parents and staff to always keep a pulse on the most important part of your business, the customers. Best of luck and hopefully the children enjoy every step of the way

No one asked for your advice. EC is now one of the largest clubs in Nassau County, they’ll continue to successfully manage their business just fine. Just because you got burned by some other club, doesn’t mean that’s what’s going to go here. You should’ve stood up for your kids instead of letting them get mistreated.

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How this merge working out?

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Didnt EMSC merge with Long Island Premiere?

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I come here once per day to check EMSC parents anxiety levels

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Originally Posted by Anonymous
How this merge working out?

As a parent of 3 players I have to say things are progressing well! The East Coast staff has been at training sessions and games along with Sesa coaches evaluating players. Both clubs are integrating players in training sessions. I was concerned that the "big" club numbers would take away from the family atmosphere but the owner is at the field still at every practice. Coming to games and answering all of our questions. My son and daughters teams have more kids trying out and that can only help. Just hoping that this continues. It is still officially separate I guess.

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