The Richmond Register

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January 29, 2013

YOUTH SOCCER: MUSA spring registration underway

RICHMOND — Registration for individuals wishing to play with the Madison United Soccer Association for the spring 2013 season is now available at the organization’s web site —www.musasoccer.com. 

Early registration will end Thursday.

Soccer is offered to players for teams U4 (under 4) through U14 (under 14). There is a birth date chart located on the web site. 

Returning players that played in the fall 2012 season will pay $65 until Thursday.  Starting Feb. 1 the fee will be $85.

If you did not play in the fall 2012 season, the fee is $85 until Thursday and $105 starting Feb. 1.

For new players this fee will provide you with a jersey, shorts and soccer socks. 

If you have not played soccer for Madison United Soccer within the past three years you will need to present a copy of your child’s certified birth certificate.

This can be mailed to MUSA, PO Box 517, Richmond KY 40476 or can be e-mailed to  scott.johnson71@yahoo.com.   

If you are not able to register and pay online you can print a manual registration form from the web site or you can pick up a copy at the Madison County Library in Richmond or Berea. You also can get a copy of the registration form at the Berea Parks and Recreation Center or the Richmond Parks and Recreation Center. 

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