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The Central Maryland Soccer Association was created to promote the sport of soccer "as a complete entity." We believe that all teams and organizations, no matter on what level (recreation travel or club), deserve to be recognized and their participants represented equally. The CMSA recognizes the autonomy of all soccer organizations and their right to choose where they would like to affiliate. The CMSA will operate under an "open" membership policy recognizing all reciprocating USSF affiliates. MSYSA teams will need to affilate with either SAY (Soccer Association for Youth) or US Club to have the necessary insurance to play in these CMSA Leagues.

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Fall League Registration Deadline

8/7/2020

Attn: Coaches

     As of 12:00 midnight Saturday 8/8/20 the Saturday CMSA league will not

     accept any more team registrations.

     Teams can still register to play in the Sunday League until 8/15/20.

SUNDAY HIGH SCHOOL LEAGUE (FOR AGE LEVELS: 15U, 16U & 18U) REGISTRATION EXTENDED

8/6/2020

REGISTRATION FOR THE CENTRAL MARYLAND SOCCER ASSOCIATION'S SUNDAY HIGH SCHOOL LEAGUE (FOR AGE LEVELS: 15U 16U & 18U); WILL BE EXTENDED UNTIL THE EVENING OF AUGUST 15TH.

 

 

                                                                               

                                                                              

 

REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN FOR THE COLUMBUS WEEKEND SOCCER CLASSIC ON OCT. 10th & 11th 2020

7/31/2020

 Additional registration information is located in the "Tournaments Section."

 

Revised Code of Conduct Policies for Coaches, Parents and Referees.

10/17/2019

PLEASE REFER TO THE FORMS SECTION #24 C.M.S.A. CODE OF CONDUCT FOR COACHES, PARENTS AND REFEREES

This material was also emailed to all Programs that have teams playing in these CMSA Leagues.

Officials need to officiate the games and control the fields.

Coaches need to teach the players the game of soccer & control their parents

Parents need to watch their children play & learn the game of soccer

 

CMSA League Approved Rosters & ID Cards

8/22/2019

 All Protests must be filed by the Coach/Manager of the team making the protest.

Rosters & ID Cards are to be checked by the COACH or MANAGER of each team to verify that their opponents paperwork has been Certified & Stamped by a CMSA Registrar for league play. It is NOT the responsiblty of the Officials. The League Roster needs to have the CMSA League Sticker, Expiration Date & Stamped by a CMSA Registrar. All rosters & cards will be Laminated by the CMSA Registrars. If the roster is not complete than the game will be played and reported as a League Scrimmage Game. The Referees only need to oversee the Roster & ID Check when the teams are checking the paperwork. Scrimmage games will be officiated by the Referees.   

Rosters & ID Cards are to be checked during check in. Any & all late arriving players must present their ID Card to the Official before they enter the game. If the opponent wants to question the eligibilty of the player it must be addressed with the referee when the player/players enter the game. If the players are not on the teams official League Approved Roster than the game will be declared a League Scrimmage Game & the Coach can be suspended for their next game. This must be reported to your League Commissioner after the game.

Coaches/Managers need to check the Rosters & ID Cards if not preformed No Protest can be filed.

This policy is also posted on the CMSA website in the forms section as #3 Standard Game Rules.

 

 

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Tournament Information

2020  Tournaments Sponsored by CMSA

  •  Parkville Labor Day Tournament - September 2020
  •  Columbus Weekend Soccer Classic - October 2020
  • Old Line State Classic - May, 2021

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