Welcome to the official Minnesota Amateur Soccer League website, an affiliate of the Minnesota Soccer Association and the United States Adult Soccer Association.
The MASL is a highly competitive men's soccer league based in the Minneapolis/St. Paul metropolitan area and surrounding communities. It is the oldest organized soccer league in the state of Minnesota that started in 1964. It varies from 40 to 50 teams that compete at different levels within the league based on a promotion and relegation process. The different levels, from highest to lowest, include Division 1, Division 2, Division 3, and Division 4. All new teams that enter the league MUST enter at the Division 4 level.
The MASL season begins league play in late April and ends in early August. In addition to league play, each team can register to participate in either of 2 league sanctioned Tournaments, the Wilson or Minnesota Cups. Prior to the season starting, all new and existing teams are required to attend general meetings once a month, starting in February and running through April. These general meetings outline information for teams, such as proposed changes, division alignments, team costs, and the registration process. Refer to the site Calendar for meeting dates/times/locations. Also, refer to the REGISTRATION link for registration dates/times, deadlines, breakdown of league fees for upcoming seasons and other information.
The purpose of this website is to inform, as well as, help to provide league information to team managers/coaches, players, and fans in a quick & convenient manner.
Information for NEW TEAMS can be found here: http://www.masl.org/newteams
If interested in starting a new team and would like additional information contact: email@example.com
The 2021 MASL Player On-Line Registration is now OPEN. Click on the Link below to get started:
MASL Player is Registration OPEN till June 30th, 2021
If you have a request by your field coordinator for Liability Insurance, down load the Field Insurance form below. Fill out the shaded area and than email it to Del Schroeder at Delschroeder@msn.com. When he gets the form he'll process it and send back to you the actual liability form when it is processed by the MSA.
Any field requirements supersedes these requirements.
Managers will be responsible for enforcing the following:
If anyone has symptoms, they are required to stay home. If have been contact with someone that has Covid-19 you must follow the current CDC guidelines
Players testing positive must obtain a negative test in order to return to play.
Players and Coachs are NOT required to wear masks during play or practice but are recommended.
Both Team benches should be located on the same side of the field and ALL spectators should be located on the opposite side of the field.
Spectators may attend and MASKS are NOT required but recommended
*These requirements are subject to change and if the state relaxes this mandate or any other changes happen, notifications will be sent out to the managers and posted on our website.*
The MASL Board