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    MLSA Night at the Riverhounds [UPDATED]!

    07/25/2015, 8:10am EDT
    By MLSA

    Please RSVP for Tailgate...

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    MLSA and The Riverhounds - August 1 , 2015
    For those attending MLSA Night at the Riverhounds, the MLSA will host a tailgate before the game, starting at 5:30 pm, in the west parking lot (the lot between the stadium and the Fort Pitt Bridge).  We will have hotdogs, hamburgers, cold (non-alcoholic) beverages, etc.
    We need to know who is coming to the tailgate - go to this google form to let us know.  It should take less than a minute to complete.  Please RSVP now so we can get the proper amounts of food.   
    (Cant get to google docs?  send an email here with the number in your family attending - ( )
    Need Tix?
    There is still time to get tickets!!!!
    The Hounds have set aside tickets just for us.  Section 102 - cost is $13 per ticket
    Tickets can be ordered online at or call (412) 325-7241

    Don't forget to register!

    07/22/2015, 2:39pm EDT
    By MLSA

    Summer Academy Camp

    August 3 through 7
    Camp will be on the new TURF!
    Grades 1 through 12
    Fall Lebo Cup
    Don't wait till the last minute - Sign up now!
    Grades 3 through 12
    TURF time for Lebo Cup tourneys!

    New Turf - rules

    07/21/2015, 2:45pm EDT
    By MLSA

    The new turf field is OPEN!  

    There are some guidelines and rules that we must adhere to. These are not suggestions but rules set forth by the municipality and manufacturer:

    1 – No food of any kind permitted. Sport drinks and other beverages are to remain in the bench/dugout area.

    2 – Gum & seeds are not permitted.

    3 - Chairs, tents and any other objects that could cause damage to the surface are not permitted.

    4 – Any shoes with metal cleats, tips or spikes are prohibited.

    5 – No motorized vehicles, skateboards, bicycles, strollers or vehicles of any type.

    6 – Snow removal of any type is not permitted.

    7 – Permitted events have precedence over any other activities.

    8 – No tobacco products, open flames etc.

9 – All garbage is to be disposed of after each event/game.


    Soccer Academy Summer Camp

    07/19/2015, 3:00pm EDT
    By MLSA

    Register for Soccer Academy Summer Camp 

    The MLSA Soccer Academy is a one week camp for all ages and skill levels. Camps are open to ALL players entering grades 1 through 12 in the fall. 

    Camps are led by Coach Ron Wilcher, coach of the Boys High School Soccer team, and staffed with players from our high school's girls and boys teams. A lot of these talented young women and men started in Lebo Cup, Travel and summer camps and they want to help the younger girls and boys of the community become players too. 

    Dates: August 3rd - August 7th 

    Cost: $100 

    Place: New TURF Field!

    Junior Elite Camp - for girls and boys entering grades 1‑3; runs from 9:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m 

    Travel Elite Camp - for girls and boys entering grades 4‑6; runs from 1:00 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. 

    Advanced Camp - for all players entering grades 7‑12; runs from 4:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. 



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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.