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NEW! SPRING 2015 Method Day/Match Day
Training and Game Day Program for 2nd though 8th graders
Run by the UK International Professional Trainers
This Spring we are introducing a training and game day program, led by the English professional trainers and designed to support intrinsic motivation and passion via skill improvement and enjoyment of the soccer experience. Join us for developmentally designed method day training on a weekday and small-sided match day games on Saturday afternoons. Click the links below for more details and sign up!
TOPSoccer Needs Soccer Buddies
High School Students! Volunteer for TOPSoccer, the soccer club for special needs kids!
The season runs on Sundays from 4-5 p.m in the Salvation Army gym at 1060 McNeilly Road, February 8 - March 29 (no practice on February 15th and March 8th).
Please email email@example.com if you’d like to join us or if you have any questions. You can earn community service hours for your help.
What's that call?
Confused about calls made on the field? Wonder why handling is called too frequently or not frequently enough? Check out our new section, Rules of the Pitch to hear what US Soccer has to say about the different rules and regulations that govern our favorite sport.
Thank You to our Generous Sponsors
Please visit our Sponsors page to view a list of local sponsors who have given their generous support to the 2014 Lebo Cup Classic tournament.
Coaching Resources Online
We've uploaded the UKIS practice guide and provided links to other terrific soccer resources for coaches to use. Click Drills in the menu.
MLSA LEAGUES & CAMPS
Please note that MLSA programs are mainly geared to children in 3rd through 8th grade residing in Mt. Lebanon. The exceptions are MLSA's Soccer Academy camps, which are for children from any community as young as those entering 1st grade and as old as seniors in high school, and Lebo Cup, which accepts Mt. Lebanon students through 12th grade.
MLSA offers scholarship opportunities to families in need. Please contact MLSA or one of its Directors for confidential information about how we may assist you. No child should be left out!!
Fall Lebo Cup - Recreational league open to grades 3rd-12th.
No tryouts are required for Lebo Cup Soccer. All players are placed on a team.
Refund Policy: Full refund less $15.00 prior to first game. No refund after first game.
Players registering after deadline are not guaranteed placement on a school-affiliated team.
Travel Soccer - A more competitive league against other community teams in Western PA. Starts in 4th grade. Tryouts will be held in May for the following Fall/Spring Season. See posted try-out schedule for dates and times.
Summer Futsal - pick-up inspired soccer for kids K thru 8th grade - small sided games to promote creativity, independence and improvisation in a growth through free play-format - fast and fun!
Grades K to 8
One night a week for five weeks
(You can pick more than one night if you want.) - just e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org to let us know.
Soccer Academy Summer Camps - MLSA's Soccer Academy offers summer camps that provide an enjoyable and rewarding soccer experience with high quality instruction for all ages and skill levels. Held in August at Bird Park.
Junior Elite Camp - for soccer players entering grades 1 through 3; 9 to 11:30 a.m.
Travel Elite Camp - for soccer players entering grades 4 through 6; 1 to 3:30 p.m.
Advanced Camp - for soccer players entering grades 7 through 12; 4:30 to 7 p.m.
We are always looking for volunteers. If you are willing to coach, assist coach, or help out with our tournament concession stands, let us know. E-mail email@example.com
Pictures - We've got pictures
Click on Photo Galleries to see photos from this season.
We are always updating our Web site. If you cannot find the information you are looking for, please send us an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org
P.O. Box 10336
Pittsburgh, PA 15234
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|MLSA organizes and conducts programs of education and competition in the sport of amateur soccer. Its goals are to promote and elevate the standards of sportsmanship and fair play among the youth of our community; to provide an opportunity for all participants to develop and improve their athletic skills; and to promote the sport of soccer in a spirit of cooperation with other community activities.|