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Request Release or Transfer
REQUESTING A TRANSFER OR RELEASE
FIRST - The player must have an account in the MSA GotSoccer Registration System.
THIS ACTION MAY ONLY BE COMPLETED BY A PARENT OR LEGAL GUARDIAN
No person at the League Level may complete this for the parent or Legal Guardian
Please read this carefully and be sure that you are selecting the correct action. If you are unsure about which action to choose, contact the MSA office via email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or 601-420-6055 before proceeding.
Choosing incorrectly will delay your request.
CHOOSE ONE OF THE FOLLOWING
See more details by hovering your mouse over each choice
You will need to know the club your child played with last, the club in which you are domiciled, and the club you wish to move to.
Pause your cursor over over each choice for a description
ARE YOU SURE YOU UNDERSTAND WHICH ACTION
YOU ARE GOING TO REQUEST?
Some information to assist you......
Soccer Runs for a Seasonal Year
Starting each year on September 1st, the new seasonal year starts and it end on August 31st of the following year.
Why do I have to get a release or transfer?
MSA member approved rules require that each player registers and plays with the organization in whose territories they are domiciled.
What is the difference between Release and Transfer?
A RELEASE happens if a player has not yet registered with their organization for the new seasonal Year (9/1 - 8/31) and wishes to play for another organization.
A TRANSFER happens when a player has been registered with their organization during the seasonal year (9/1 - 8/31) and now wishes to play with another organization.
Why is the difference between a release and a transfer so important?
State and National rules limit the number of transfers a player can have during a seasonal year. It also limits the number of transfers a single team can have during the seasonal year.
Can our request be denied?
Yes, it is possible that your request could be denied. Generally, requests are denied because a player has an outstanding financial obligation to his/her home organization; or the request has been improperly submitted. All denials may be appealed.
Why do we have to pay a fee for this player movement?
In response to member organizations requests for faster turnaround time on player movement, MSA automated the process of Player Release and Transfers by placing it online and available 24/7 so that its members do not have to rely on mail or fax to complete the process. Programming and server time are paid by the actual users of the process rather than shared by the entire membership.
New: You will not be charged for an improper submission, however you will need to re-enter the request
Still unsure about what to request?
Complete this Player Survey Form
We will review it and provide you guidance by return e-mail
MSA Accepts E-Check, MasterCard, Visa and American Express
It is the policy of MSA not to issue refunds for permits, permissions, transfers, releases, rosters and player passes that are issued online through our e-Travel services.