Youth Sports Associations

MABA LogoMidlothian Amateur Baseball Association

President: Adam Ross

Vice President: Matthew Copeland

Rain-Out Phone: (972) 474-3005


Registration Questions2017 MGSA logo

Midlothian Girls Softball Association

President: Daniel Moore

Vice President: Mackenzie Bragg

Rain-Out Info:


MSAlogo_med_thumb.pngMidlothian Soccer Association

President: Corey Beck

AD Chairman: Cecil Woods



Premier Soccer Association logoPremier FC

President: Bradley Durbin

Vice President: Gina Durbin



Midlothian Basketball League logoMidlothian Basketball League

President: Riley Plante

Vice President: Allen Moorman



Midlothian Youth Football League logoMidlothian Youth Football League

President: Cary Wright

Vice President: Brandi Vess

Football Email:

Midlothian Youth Football Cheer


MTA Tennis Logo 2020Midlothian Tennis Association

President: Christy McNamara

Vice President: Kristi Robinson



Facility Use Agreement

Youth Sports Associations Facility Use Agreement Packet

League Forms

Practice and Game Schedule Form

Financial Transparency Form

Clinic & Tournament Requests

Clinic & Tournament Request Form

Resident and Non-Resident Maps

City of Midlothian Resident and Non-Residential Maps

  1. City Holiday Event Lineup Filled with Magic

    A magical lineup of free holiday events will include the annual Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony, Light-Up Parade, and more. Read on for event details. Read on...
  2. Merry Movie Night Features Dr. Seuss' The Grinch, Fri., Dec. 8

    Animated Dr. Seuss' The Grinch (2018 version) will be shown at this year's Merry Movie Night at Community Park, 3601 S. 14th Street on Fri., Dec. 8, at 6:30 p.m. Event is free thanks to sponsors In-n-Out Burger and Methodist Midlothian Medical Center. Merry Movie Night Details

Perry Weather Lightning Warning System

Perry Weather Lightning Warning System logoA Perry Weather Lightning Warning System is installed at Hawkins Spring Park, Midlothian Sports Complex, Jaycee Park, Civic Center Park, Kimmel Park, Mountain Peak Park, and Midlothian Community Park. The system monitors the atmosphere's electrostatic energy as far away as 15 miles and evaluates the potential for lightning within a 10- mile radius. If an alert sounds all outdoor activities must cease and players and visitors should follow instructions broadcast on the public address system. Information signs are posted at the concession stands near the entrance to the restrooms at each park.