The Management Committee of the Midwest Soccer Association last night announced the format of the 2015 Men's Premiership Competition.
The association believes that this is the best option for the competition as a whole. With only 3 nominations received for the A Grade competition it is not practical to run separate A & B grade competitionsmore
I am very pleased to advise that today the Premier of Western Australia, Mr Colin Barnett, together with Football Federation Australia Chief Executive, Mr David Gallop, announced the next Socceroos match on home soil will be played at nib Stadium, Perth.more
Self Registration for Players, Coaches and Referees will be mandatory for all participants both Senior and Junior in the 2015 season.
Player self-registration is a paperless registration process. A player is able to log-in to their personal on-line account with MyFootballClub, update their personal details (or for new Players create an account) and then apply to register with a club.more
The Midwest Soccer Association Summer 7A-Side Soccer Competition has been cancelled. After on going negotiations with Rovers, Olympic & La Fiamma to host the competition failed, the MSA had no option but to cancel the 2015 competition which is very disappointing considering how long this competition has been running.more
The Midwest Soccer Association launches its new Website. In conjunction with Fox Sporting Pulse our new website will offer a modern and professional look with more options. We look forward to keeping you up to date with news and information.more