MSA U9-U19 Teams

How to Join MSA Soccer Teams

Each season, MSA requires on-site player evaluations for team placement.

Ages Evaluation Dates Season Start
U9-U15 (Grade School) June 5-8, 2019 mid-August 2019
U15-U19 (High School) October / November mid-November 2019

Click here for full details on evaluation dates

Player Registration

Once a roster spot has been offered and accepted, will you be required to follow the player registration process.

Click here to register a player

Program Details | 2019-2020 Season

Registration Fee
  • $100.00 paid at the time of registration (due annually)
  • $65.00 if registered by the indicated deadline
    • U9-U15 (Grade School): June 18
    • U15-U19 (High School): November 10
Player Dues
  • U9-U15 (Grade School): $1,600.00
    $160.00/month for 10 payments
  • U15-U19 (High School): $1,155.00
    $165.00/month for 7 payments
  • 5% discount if paid in full at beginning of the year
  • 2 training sessions per week
  • Practices are typically 1-hour in length
  • Regular regional outdoor league play
  • Regular regional indoor league play
  • Additional league fees may apply and varies per team (see below)
  • All Teams
    • 1 regional indoor tournament
    • 2 regional outdoor tournaments
  • Additional tournament fees may apply and varies per team (see below)
Club Operations Included
  • Association fees
  • Player secondary insurance
  • Staff fees and travel
  • Referee fees
  • Field rental
Uniform Fees

Additional League Fees

  • Some teams will choose to participate in high level leagues, or additional leagues, not covered in the Player Dues. These leagues may include the Great Lakes Alliance League (GLA) and the SPIRE Premier Indoor League.
  • The Club Directors and Coaches will determine the appropriate leagues for each team based on their age, level of play, and travel commitment.
  • Any additional league fees will be handled through individual team accounts separate from the GotSoccer billing system.

Additional Tournament Fees

  • The Club Directors and Coaches will determine an appropriate competition schedule for each team based on their age, level of play, and travel commitment. Competitions mainly include additional tournaments and play dates.
  • Most teams will participate in 2-4 additional events.
  • Some teams will only participate in the included tournaments, and thus not incur any additional dues.
  • Any additional competition fees will be handled through individual team accounts separate from the GotSoccer billing system.

Team Levels

Players are assigned teams based on age, level, and team availability.

Contact one of our club directors for full details

Premier Teams (Gold) | U9-U19

MSA Premier is the highest level of training and competition within MSA club soccer. Our Premier players and coaches will demonstrate the highest level of commitment to excellence in skills, fitness, work  ethic, attitude and sportsmanship. Premier players and coaches will demonstrate a commitment to the club, the team and their own soccer development.

Players and teams compete against premier teams from leagues and clubs throughout the region and nation, and based on age and level, teams will compete in 4-6 tournaments annually, that carry additional fees.

Challenge Teams (Blue) | U9-U19

MSA Challenge is the first stage of “travel” club soccer. Travel is not as extensive and time consuming as “Premier” soccer, as it is typically limited and shorter distances. The goal of MSA Challenge is to provide an environment in which the level of competition, commitment, and player development falls between that of the recreation and premier levels. All Challenge coaches are paid, experienced club soccer coaches and have a responsibility to develop the soccer skills and team play of their players.

With two training sessions per week, Challenge players will rapidly increase their skills and abilities. Challenge teams participate in the PA West Soccer Association leagues. Based on age and level, teams typically compete in 1-3 tournaments annually.

This program is geared towards the players that have played recreational soccer for a while, and want to “jump to the next level”, in order to prepare for grade school, middle school or high school soccer. It also prepares players that are ready to commit to the Premier level and need to refine their skills.