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.
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.
Call the Heartland Rainout line at 913-307-3684, 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.
We schedule games at SCHEELS Overland Park Soccer Complex (SOP), Garmin Olathe Soccer Complex (OSC), Swope Soccer Village (SSV), and Compass Minerals Sporting Fields (CMSF). All of the complexes are synthetic turf fields.
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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