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2023 MSSA Cup Season - Christos & Das Bierhalle will replay their O-30 tie after a referee error annulled their title match. It will take place 29 March. This Sunday we have the final for the O-40 with the Baltimore Kickers taking on holders Christos. Keep up on all of our cup news at our Cups page & check Twitter @marylandsoccer & Instagram at for the latest updates.

Tournament Player Registration - Membership means being able to play in any MSSA or USASA sanctioned tournament. If you are registered with one of our MSSA leagues, you are set to go. If you are not registered through one of our MSSA leagues, then you can get a tournament pass. For team captains looking to put a team roster for the SoccerFest, contact to set up a team page. Use the following link to register for a tournament pass

MSSA Tournament Pass

For information about affiliated tournaments, go to our Tournaments page.

2022 Fall Season - SureSports took the Maryland Super Soccer League championship edging Steel Pulse 5:4 in penalty rounds after a 0:0 draw in the final. Christos FC finished with the best record in Division 1 with 28 points. EliteVision FC made it a Division 2 double finishing top of the standings with 23 points and winning the playoff with a 4:1 victory over the Baltimore Kickers.

FC Grimace completed a perfect DC Premier League season not losing a match and defeating FTSC Box 2 Box - Light Blue 5:1 in the Women's Championship. In the Men's D1, DCFC - Black/Red/White ended with the best record. Playoffs start 11 December. SS Longobarda - Royal Blue/Red took the D2 title.

In the Maryland Premier League, Athletic United FC won the league final, 3-2, over Super Delegates FC. It was a league double for Athletic as they finished first in the standings.

Virginia Dream FC finished the season first and also took the Helge Boes Cup defeating RAMP Performance - Conquistadores in the title match.

DMV Elite was took the regular season title of the Maryland Major Soccer League and doubled the season with a 3:0 victory over the Jamaica Nats in the league final.

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2022 Spring Season – All Stars United took the Division 1 season of the Maryland Super Soccer League with 23 points to top Steel Pulse FC. They fell short of a league double losing to Christos FC 4:3 in the playoff final. In Division 2, One Nation SA finished the season with the top record. The playoff final will featured Hearts of Steel against Goodnow FC with Hearts lifting the trophy after a 3:2 victory.

RAMP/Conquistadores made it a Washington Premier League double, winning the season and the 18th WPL Helge Boes Cup. The cup final was against Barcroft FC and ended in a 1:1 draw with the Conquistadors edging in penalties 5:4.

Athletic United FC were crowned Spring 2022 champions after defeating Azulita FC 4:2 in the final of the Maryland Premier League.

Team Tevez won the DC Premier League after defeating DC Cheddar in penalty rounds 5:4. FBC took the Division 2 title. In the Women’s Division, The Feds edged FC Grimace 1:0 in the title match.

Columbia FC and Team United met for the Maryland Major Soccer League final with Columbia taking the title on penalties after a 2:2 draw (6:5 PK). Columbia had the best record for the season with United finishing second.

2021 Fall Season - FC United took the Mason-Dixon Soccer League Slick Cup, defeating Frederick Mintas 6:1 in the final. The Frederick Spires won the regular season and the Mason-Dixon Cup.

Steel Pulse lifted the inaugural Maryland Super Soccer League title, outlasting Christos FC on penalties after the two finished 2:2 in the final. Christos has the best record for the season.

Yinz United completed the Washington Premier League double, finishing the regular season with the best record and then defending its Helge Boes Cup title with a thrilling 2:1 victory in the final over FC Barcroft in extra time.  It is the sixth time Yinz has lifted the Cup, dedicated in honor of Helge Phillip Boes, former WPL player lost in service of our country in Afghanistan shortly after 9/11.

It will be AFC Dobes against FC 1749 for the Division 1 title of the Maryland Major Soccer League. The Division 2 final will feature Rockville SC against MOCO 1776. Both championship matches will be played at Latrobe Park starting at 1:00 for the Division 2 crown.

Azulita FC are the champions of the Fall 2021 U23 Maryland Premier League Championship. They shutout Aspirantes FC 1-0 with the match winner scored in the 82nd minute. Both sides drew 2:2 in their first leg semifinals and went through on the second leg. La Azulita defeated Cosmic Wolves 4:1 while Aspirantes edged District Reign 3:2.

DCFC defeated DC Cheddar to win the DC Premier League Division 1 championship. The Indpendents shut out The Feds 1:0 as they lifted trophy for the Women's title.

2021 Spring Season - Dale FC picked up the league double with its 2:1 win over Classic Crew FC in the Mason-Dixon Soccer League spring final. Dale were the regular season champions for the spring as well.

Yinz United and ASA Reds played to a scoreless draw in in the final of the Helge Boes Cup final of the Washington Premier League.Yinz lifted the Cup edging the Reds 5:4 in penalties. The sides were top two in the spring season with ASA winning the league.

Steel Pulse FC took both the Maryland Major Soccer League 2021 Spring Division One and the 2021 EPSL Mid Atlantic Conference regular season titles, picking up 6 victories, 3 draws & 1 loss in Maryland Major and a record of 7 wins against 1 loss in EPSL.In the Maryland Major playoffs, Columbia FC defeated AFC Dobes for the Division 1 title while FC 1749 took the Division 2 championship over FC 4188.

Welcome Message from our President

We like to welcome you to the official site of the Maryland State Soccer Association.  This site not only serves our members but also becomes a source of information for all fans of soccer in Maryland and around the world.  We encourage you to visit often and check this site for the latest in results, standings, schedule changes and events in and around Maryland. 

I am often asked Why affiliate with Maryland soccer?  Our members are part of the US Soccer family with players, teams and leagues registered through US Adult Soccer, the adult amateur component of the US Soccer Federation.  We provide cup competitions for our teams, some of which qualify to play at the regional and national stage.  Teams also have the opportunity to enter tournaments held by US Adult Soccer and its member organizations.  The league matches played through our members are officiated by referees trained and certified through US Soccer.  Each member falls under the US Adult Soccer Risk Management Insurance Program, which provides protection on behalf of players, teams and leagues, including an accident injury policy to help defray costs for medical and dental expenses incurred during sanctioned amateur soccer games and liability insurance for teams and leagues.  Our members get a lot more than just playing the game.

We also encourage you to check our pages often to keep up on events, competitions and leagues throughout the state.  We will try our best to get out the latest information on soccer in Maryland.  Thanks for visiting us and please return.  If you need more information, are interested in joining or just want to chat about soccer, send us a message.  No matter what your age, don’t stop playing because here in Maryland we are Still Getting Our Kicks.

Anthony F. Falcone




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