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JULY 19th to JULY 27th 2020


MSA’s Vision is to Inspire a Lifelong Passion for Soccer

In keeping with our Vision, we are providing the opportunity for a once in a lifetime experience to some of our members.  Mississippi Soccer Association, along with Total Football Experience, are planning a trip to The United Kingdom.  

All Recreational 2007/2006/2005 member players, regardless of playing ability are eligible.  MSA is not putting together a team to go compete in tournament type games.  We are offering kids the opportunity to go play and train in the United Kingdom. 


The hope is to get at least 11 boys and 11 girls.  If we are unsuccessful, we will combine the boys and girls to play matches.  The purpose of the trip is about you and your child experiencing soccer from a different culture’s perspective.


 We will depart from Jackson Medgar Evers Airport late mid-July and arrive at London Heathrow Airport in London England.  Upon arriving we will meet up with our representative from Total Football Experience and begin our tour.

Completing this application shows you are interested in this experience for you and/or your child. No monies are due immediately.

However, in order to secure a spot, a deposit of $500 per person must be paid no later than February 1, 2020.


For more information, please contact Brian Lowry, MSA Central District Director: 


On your tour you will visit Old Trafford, the home of Manchester United Football Club where your will tour the Stadium & Museum. You will also take part in a short training session

"MSA's vision is to inspire a lifelong passion for soccer"

Watch a Live Match

Depending on fixtures and ticket availability you will be able to watch a professional match in a top stadium with a fantastic atmosphere

  A Day Out in     London

On your trip to London and we will arrange a London City Tour Bus Pass with hop-on hop-off access across seven routes around the capital city. There are also three walking tours and a one way Thames River Cruise included

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Training Sessions at Chester Racecourse

The Holiday Inn is located in the grounds of Chester Racecourse, just 100 yards from the famous ‘City Walls’, a two minute walk from the centre of Chester and its iconic cobbled streets, the hotel offers an unrivalled location, which makes it firmly an established favourite in the city.

- 97 Rooms  - Located on the Racecourse  - Double, Twin or Double & Sofabed  - Free WIFI


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For more information, please contact Brian Lowry, MSA Central District Director: 

Chester is arguably the richest city in Britain for archaeological and architectural treasures preserved to this day from the time of the Roman occupation. A Roman amphitheatre, gardens and bath house, with ongoing excavations, lies just outside the old city's walls. Originally the fortress site of the 20th Roman Legion it was charged with suppressed the uprising of the army led by the warrior queen, Boadicea, the town being known then (c. AD70) as Deva.

On the map you can see the 'Roodee' racecourse, the hotel is situated in the top right hand corner of the course next to the 'City Walls'. You can walk right around the wall in approximately 30 to 40 minutes. It would also take you 15 minutes to walk from the Roodee Racecourse (to the left of the city walls) to the train station (top right of map).

Only 30 minutes from Manchester Airport

Chester is a city in northwest England, founded as a Roman fortress in the 1st century A.D. It is known for its extensive, well-preserved Roman walls made of local red sandstone. The most distinctive medieval feature of the old city is ‘The Rows’. These are double-level, Tudor-style half-timber buildings housed walkways with a continuous line of balconies with shops at street and first-floor levels. The Rows are unique and were certainly in existence in the 14th century.

The famous ‘City Walls’ extend in a 2 mile circuit and give a vivid reminder of what a medieval fortified town was like. In the Middle Ages, several towers and gates to the walls were built, the most important of these was at Eastgate, crowned with an anachronistic clock commemorating Queen Victoria's diamond jubilee (1897).

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