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    Entry Level Referee Registration

    By MLSA 01/19/2017, 6:45pm EST

    Watch This Space!

    MLSA will sponsor an Entry Level Referee Course in February or March, details will be posted here.  General information is at

    Course consists of online modules/quizzes and a 4-hour classroom session.  Attendees must be 14 by the date of the classroom session.  Many other clubs are also holding classes through March.


    Referee Recertification for 2017

    By MLSA 01/19/2017, 6:30pm EST

    Spring Season Right Around the Corner!

    Mt Lebanon Referees,

    If you wish to officiate in 2017 you must recertify.

    The email below was sent January 16th to all registered referees by the State Referee Registrar.  If you did not receive the email you may want to update your contact info in GameOfficials, since that email address is the only way the State Referee Committee can reach you.

    Please take a moment to ensure your GameOfficials record shows Mt Lebanon as your home club, not any other team you may play for.  That ensures you get on the Mt Lebanon list (and therefore get contacted for assignments).


    Western PA Soccer Referees,

    2017 recertification remains available on-line on Game Officials,

    Please complete the on-line recertification as soon as possible.

    If you are a Grade 8 referee, you only need to take 1 recertification course.  Choose any course that does not have a lock symbol beside it.

    If you are paying by check, it must be made payable to "WPA State Referee Committee" or "WPA SRC" and mailed to ATTN: Peggy Neason, SRA, 82 Lookout Avenue, Monongahela, PA 15063.

    USSF no longer provides Law Books for referees below the State level.  If you wish a current law book, either buy one from USSF, or download it from their web site,

    ***If you will turn 18 at any time in 2017, you MUST complete and send your FBI fingerprint clearance to Peggy Neason before your 2017 registration will be processed.***


    I hope to see you all on the list and on the pitch!

    TOPSoccer Winter Season

    By MLSA 12/27/2016, 1:45am EST

    The TOPSoccer indoor winter season begins on January 22, 2017, and runs through March 5. Games are Sundays from 1:30pm to 2:30pm. Please note the new, earlier time. The program is open to special needs and teenagers, ages 6 and up. Sign up at

    Teen volunteers should send an email to

    Annual Meeting Announcement

    By MLSA President 11/04/2016, 1:30pm EDT

    Our annual meeting of members is November 18th at Caliente’s.  7:00 pm.
    Join us upstairs for the meeting as well as a celebration with food and drink.

    Important Information:
    1) Attached and below, you will find the agenda for the meeting.  Please review.

    2) At the meeting, the membership will be asked to ratify the Bylaws of the Association.  The bylaws were recently updated by the Board of Directors.
    Please review the attached bylaws or visit Amended and Restated Bylaws

    Thank you,
    See you on the 18th,

    Bob Andrews
    President, MLSA

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    Parent Sideline Etiquette Pointers from US Soccer

    MLSA strongly encourages following the etiquette tips outlined at the linked article when attending any youth sporting event:

    Sideline etiquette

    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 

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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.