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See our events page for all of the season’s events. You can also find a summary on the sidebar to the right.
During the Fall & Spring soccer seasons all teams must have a field reserved to guarantee they have a field available to practice on.
See the practice field reservation page for more information.
Please be sure to check the field status line if their is any question of whether the fields are open for play. Coaches who practice on closed fields can receive a fine from the City of Mansfield, be suspended from playing games the coming weekend, or be suspended from coaching in the association for up to one year.
See the Practice Field Closures page for more information.
See the fields page for additional information and practice locations.
Feedback is important to us! Please contact us if you have any issues or concerns.
It’s often a good practice to wait 24 hours before responding commenting on an emotional issue. Youth soccer is lots of fun, but it can also emotionally charged. Of course we’re glad to respond to any comments, but we may wait a day before responding.
Players and parents are encouraged to use the MSA Feedback Form for any comments or concerns. Coaches can use the Coach’s Game Feedback Form to provide feedback on a specific game. The Referee Game Report is available for referees.
Most games are played at the Mansfield Soccer Complex, located near the intersection of highway 360 and Broad Street. Practices are held a various locations around the Mansfield area, including Philip Thompson Soccer Complex, Hardy Almon Soccer Field, and other Mansfield locations.
The Dynomites program is set up for our youngest players.
See the League Information Page for more information.
MSA provides a wealth of information for new and continuing coaching, including game rules, practice information, coaching sign-up forms, and rain out information. Referees can also find information about re-certification, badges, etc. We also invite anyone provide feedback.
See the Coaching Page for more information.
Mansfield Soccer Association (MSA) has been formed to create a healthy playing environment for children playing recreational soccer.
MSA is committed to the growth of children while developing a love for the game of soccer. We hope each of you not only allows your child to come play soccer but wish each of you to get involved with MSA and your child’s team. We are about whole family fun not just the individual.
MSA is a non-profit organization totally funded by your child’s registration fee’s. We do not receive any money from outside government bodies. The Association is comprised of a Board of Directors which is made up of an Executive Board (President, 1st Vice President, 2nd Vice President, Treasurer, and Secretary). The rest of the board consist of Age and Gender level Commissioners, Webmaster, Director of Coaching, Director of Field and Games, Referee Assignor and Director of Referees.
Most Board meetings are held the third Monday of the month at 7 pm at the Mansfield Activity Center. Please check the online calendar for the exceptions to that meeting time/place. Anyone wanting to get involved is welcome to attend.
Mansfield Revolution SC
MSA is proud to partner with Mansfield Revolution Soccer Club.
Mansfield Revolution SC is a competitive soccer club for both boys and girls teams. U10 and younger players can supplement their recreational experience with professional coaching and games against more advanced players in their age group. U11 and older teams can try out for select teams which compete with other competitive teams in the Arlington Premier Invitational League and other metroplex leagues.
Mansfield Adult Soccer
Adults interested in playing in the Mansfield Adult Soccer over 30 can visit our website at http://mansfieldadultsoccer.org/.