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AGE GROUP POLICY/RULES


New Classic Age group policy (effective beginning Fall 2018)

US Soccer (our National Governing Body) has adopted a new approach to describing age groups for youth soccer, basing those age groups on the year in which each child was born.  MSI believes that it is important to continue facilitating the organization of community-based teams so that kids may play with their classmates at both the Classic League and Recreational League levels of play. 

For the Fall 2018/Spring 2019 seasonal year, formation of MSI Classic teams in age groups will be based upon the US Soccer guidelines, with an allowance made to facilitate "same-grade" players to continue playing with their classmates.  Please know that you will be able to roster your teams with the same players that you have had in past seasons!  For detailed informtaion, click here.:

Classic U10 Age Group (2009)
*Players born in calendar year 2009
*Players born between July 1 and December 31, 2008, so long as those players are enrolled in 4th grade (the primary grade for the U10 Age Group)

Classic U11 Age Group (2008)
*Players born in calendar year 2008
*Players born between July 1 and December 31, 2007, so long as those players are enrolled in 5th grade (the primary grade for the U11 Age Group)

Classic U12 Age Group (2007)
*Players born in calendar year 2007
*Players born between July 1 and December 31, 2006, so long as those players are enrolled in 6th grade (the primary grade for the U12 Age Group)

Classic U13 Age Group (2006)
*Players born in calendar year 2006
*Players born between July 1 and December 31, 2005, so long as those players are enrolled in 7th grade (the primary grade for the U13 Age Group)

Classic U14 Age Group (2005)
*Players born in calendar year 2005
*Players born between July 1 and December 31, 2004, so long as those players are enrolled in 8th grade (the primary grade for the U14 Age Group)

Classic U15 Age Group (2004)
*Players born in calendar year 2004
*Players born between July 1 and December 31, 2003, so long as those players are enrolled in 9th grade (the primary grade for the U15 Age Group)

And so on …