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Middlesex Youth Soccer Association

MYSA Logo



The borough of Middlesex has a long, distinguished sports tradition. Organized as a club in 1998, Middlesex Youth Soccer Association set out to make soccer another well regarded sport for the borough.

MYSA's original logo stood for 15 years as the club rose in the ranks of the Mid-NJ soccer league.

In 2013, on the 15 year anniversary of the club, MYSA set out to rebrand and modernise the club's image. The original design was retired, and a more prominent logo was designed that better represents the town and the club and further distinguishes the travel aspects of the club from that of a recreation league.

The logo, which features "Middlesex" across the top line and a Real Madrid-inspired "M" inside the circle, enhances the town's presence in the logo.

The logo also is based on the banner of arms associated with the historic County of Middlesex, UK. The swords are seaxes, a one-handed short sword carried by Saxon warriors (the name "Middlesex" comes from the "Middle Saxons" who settled the area). Originally, the three saexes were emblazoned on a red background on the banner of arms of the Middlesex County Council. This tie to the name "Middlesex" is important in the branding of MYSA. The new logo reflects soccer's place in that history.  It offers a more polished and professional feel to the club, harkening back to the history of our borough's name as well as old-time football.