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Coaches FAQ

Multiple factors. We schedule games at Overland Park Soccer Complex (OP) and Swope Soccer Village (SSV) on the weekends that are designated for league. We schedule both of the synthetic complexes to 100% capacity first and then schedule games at Heritage Soccer Park. We work to give all teams games at OP and SSV. The number of games you receive is directly impacted by the which weekends your team takes off during the season, which weekends we have the complexes for league play, coaches conflict schedules as well as the conflict dates and coaching schedules for your opponents.
Yes. There are two things you can do.
    1. Add Friday night games to your schedule. You can add these nights when you register.
    2. You would need to be available to play on the weekends that we have the OP and SSV complexes for use. For example, in the upcoming Fall season, if your team is available to play the first weekends of August and teams in your division have agreed to play those weekends as well, most of your games will be at OP or SSV. Once we get deeper into the season, tournament play will dramatically reduce the number of league games at the turf complexes. We try to give teams as many games on turf as possible.
No. We base our seedings on information received from your team and try to allocate them to a division that we deem to be competitive.
Yes, it is based on stats from the season and division competitiveness.
We base the majority of our seeding on the results and stats from the previous season. Then we allocate special requests and new teams into those groups. Final seeding is completed by a seeding committee comprised of club technical directors and HSA Staff. The ultimate goal of seeding is to have teams play like competition.
The reschedule system is fluid so fields are being taken at all times. Please follow the policy on our website for the most efficient solution.
HSA is a scheduling organization, please contact your local club for team information.
Please contact our referee assignor at [email protected] You can also register online under the referee section of the this website.
You can call (913) 888-8768 between the hours of 10am – 3pm. You can also reach the office via email at [email protected].
You can find the phone number for a current coach and/or manager under the “Coach Resources > Team Contacts and Seedings tab”. Then click on the coach’s age bracket under Boy’s/Girls Premier/Recreational divisions. Click here to be redirected to this page.
You may submit your correct score (coaches only) under the “Coach Resources > Score Correction” tab.
You can submit comments at any time online under the “Contact Us > League Office” tab. Click here to be taken to this page.
You need to contact the registrar that made your original cards.
All teams from outside the State of Kansas need travel permits. Travel Forms are available online at and
Check with the Field Managers office during the weekend. For directions to the fields, go to the Field Locations page. On the Monday after the weekend, cards are returned to the main Heartland office. The address for the main Heartland office is 9161 W 133rd Street Overland Park, KS 66213.
Keep office staff informed. We have other means of contacting team. However we cannot force a team into a reschedule.
Premier players may play on multiple premier teams, please check our rule 3.04 for restrictions. Recreational players may guest on a premier team but not on a second recreational team.
Call the Heartland Rainout line at 913-599-9777, use the HSA mobile app or refer to the Field conditions page of this website. Additionally, our weather app is tied into social media for updates including Facebook and Twitter.
Yes, if you are a competitive or premier coach. All competitive coaches U8 and above are required to have at minimum a USSF F coaching license in order to participate in a competitive/premier leagues in the state of Kansas. Heartland is sanctioned by KSYSA and therefore the rule is in place for all teams playing in the competitive/premier divisions. Recreational coaches with teams playing in recreational divisions are exempt. Any coach that does not have at least a USSF F license can click here to access the online course.
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