The new Mass Soccer online registration system is now LIVE and mandatory for all affiliated players.
All players MUST have either their temporary or permanent Mass Soccer Player Passcard to participate in a soccer game. Printed game day rosters which include the player’s name, date of birth, and Mass Soccer Player Passcard ID number are also required. Players and teams will NOT be allowed to play without their Mass Soccer Player Passcard and valid league game day roster with Mass ID number.
CLICK HERE to complete the registration process, access roster functionality, or obtain a temporary passcard. You may also download step-by-step instructions here.
Interested in becoming a USSF Soccer Referee? Click here for more information: www.massref.net/becomeref.cfm
Already a referee and want to work Adult leagues? Send an email to the State Referee Administrator .
The pairings for the Third Open Division Qualifying Round of the 2016 Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup have been finalized by U.S. Soccer. Eight final spots were open for the remaining 14 amateur teams across the country. Two clubs -- San Francisco City Football Club (CA) and Harpo's FC (CO) -- by luck of the draw, were given an automatic bid into the 2016 US Open Cup proper. The 12 remaining teams were paired in the following 6 matches:
Tarrafal FC of NELASA won the First Annual MASS Soccer League Champions Cup on Sunday, August 9 beating LSC of OTHSL 3-2 in a very exciting match.
Mass Soccer is pleased to announce a new program to support the purchase of Automatic Electronic Defibrillators (AED) for affiliated teams. To help make this life saving device affordable and available in case of emergency, any team currently affiliated with Mass Soccer will be eligible for a $250 reimbursement rebate.
In order to receive the rebate you must submit the following:
Please contact Andrea Cardarelli for the necessary forms and further reimbursement instructions.