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MSA Tournament Bid Information

MEMBER ORGANIZATION TOURNAMENTS

Any MSA member organization in good standing may host a league tournament. To sanction this event through MSA which provides medical coverage to USYS players and liability coverage to the host organization must complete this Sanction Form and Hosting Agreement.

There is no fee to sanction a tournament event with MSA. Both forms must be completed and submitted to the MSA State Office via email to Leah@mssoccer.org or via fax 601-420-6054. No tournament will be approved within 14 days of the event.

Upon completion of a sanctioned event, the host organization must submit a Post Tournament report within 30 days to MSA.  After 30 days, fees of $10.00 per team are to be submitted with the Post Tournament report to MSA.  Failure to file shall preclude the tournament from being sanctioned in the future and place the club in bad standing until the report is filed and fees are paid.

 

MSA TOURNAMENT BID APPLICATION

Bid applications are accepted from MSA Members in good standing for the following events:

MSA District Tournaments (north, south, west, central), MSA Recreational State Cup, MSA Elite Cup, and MSA Premier Cup.

Completed bids may be submitted to the MSA State Office, 628 Lakeland East Drive, Flowood, MS 39232, via fax 601-420-6054, or via email execdirector@mssoccer.org.  The deadline for submission is establishes per MSA Bylaws based on the date of the Annual Conference & Business meeting. These dates will be published prior to September 1st of each season. The awarding of these bids is decided by the MSA Council and will be announced during the MSA Annual Conference.

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