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End of Season Information
Spring Registration starts January 1, 2018


 2018 Winter Training... both boys and girls are invited to attend every week!
- Winter Training focuses on the individual skill development of each player.
- All training sessions are led by the MSA DOC.
- Winter Training is held on Saturday's beginning January 13th and ending March 31st.
- Time Slots are as follows:
   U7/U8 from 11:00-12:00
   U9/U10 from 12:00-1:00
   U11-U13 from 1:00-2:00
- Winter Training is held at the St Joseph Farm, 52682 Currant Road, Granger, IN 46530
   The indoor facility is in the back of the farm to the left.
- We encourage players to come as often as possible, but do not require weekly attendance. 
Why MSA?

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Our Recreational program provides a fun soccer experience for players of all ages. Kids as young as age 4 all the way to age 15 will have a blast playing soccer in our Recreational program.

Our Academy program provides the next phase in development for those who like soccer and are ready for more of a challenge. The Academy program begins at U7 and continues at U8, U10, and U12.

Our partnership with the Jr Irish Soccer Club completes the developmental pathway for players who really like soccer and want to continue having fun in a more challenging environment while getting trained by professionally licensed coaches.

Do you need help deciding which program best fits your child? For that or other questions you may have please email our Director of Coaching... 


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Age Requirements

 Spring 2018

The age for each division is determined by birth year.

U5 born in 2014 & 2013

U6 born in 2012

U7 born in 2011

U8 born in 2010

U10 born in 2009 & 2008

U12 born in 2007 & 2006

U15 born in 2005, 2004 & 2003

U18 born in 2002, 2001 & 2000

Jewlery Policy


Jewelry Policy:

Jewelry Agreement: , no player is allowed to wear jewelry of any type, especially pierced earrings while participating in MSA games or practices.  The only exception is made for medical alert jewelry, which must be taped in place.  If you are thinking of getting your child's ear pierced, make sure the earrings can be removed by the start of the first practice.