The Midfielder
Heartland Soccer Association Newsletter
September 2018
Heartland Soccer Association 
Celebrates 40 Years of Soccer!
9161 W 133rd Street, Overland Park, KS 66213
Phone: 913-888-8768
Heartland Soccer Association is recognized as one
of the largest soccer leagues and tournament hosts in the country.
We offer recreational to premier divisions,  ages U8 through U19.
Concussion ImPACT Testing

Scheels Overland Park Soccer Complex
Swope Soccer Village
Wyandotte Sporting Fields
Girls- November 2-4, 2018
Boys- November 9-11, 2018
The ALDI Heartland Invitational continues its reputation as the biggest and the best tournament in the Kansas City area. Between the two weekends last year, almost 750 teams from throughout central United States traveled to compete in this end-of-the-year showdown. It's sure to give your team some well-matched competition.
Swope Park Rangers Heartland Ball Kids
Take a look at these Swope Park Rangers Heartland Ball Kids preparing for the Swope Park Rangers game at Children's Mercy Park.   The Swope Park Rangers are in 6th place  (13-9-7)  and have just earned their fourth straight win and third straight home win.  
The ball kids become   part of the action with up to 10 youth participants positioned around the field of play with official match balls to assist with retrieving and returning balls when they go out of play.  What a fun way to see the game!


Scheels Overland Park Soccer Complex and 
Wyandotte Sporting Fields
October 5th-7th, 2018 
*registration closed
MAG newsletter
This long-time classic tournament brings together thousands of girls on more than 300 teams from throughout the Midwest. Consider it an opportunity for your team to test itself against a concentration of female teams from many states.  You can expect opponents matched to your level of play with Gold, Silver and Bronze brackets.

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This Month in History: September
First Live Televised Soccer Match, September 10th, 1960: 

The first live televised soccer match was on September 10, 1960. The match was played between Blackpool and Bolton Wanderers at Bloomfield Road. The following planned broadcast was cancelled after Tottenham Hotspur refused permission for the ITV to cover its game against Aston Villa. When the Football League demanded a dramatic increase in player appearance payments the ITV pulled out of the deal.
The first televised league highlights started in 1962, when Anglia Television launched Match of the Week, which showed highlights of matches from the East Anglia region. In 1964, the Football League agreed a deal with the BBC to show edited highlights of First Division games. Match of the Day began in August 1964 wh en it showed the game between Arsenal and Liverpool.
The first World Cup coverage on television took place in 1966. Two years later ITV regions started broadcasting its own highlights programs. Eventually, the entire ITV network showed The Big Match on Sunday. It was clear that there was potentially a large audience for live football games and in 1983 ITV obtained a two-year contract from the Football League to show live matches. There were clearly large sums of money available for showing live First Division games. The top clubs felt that they deserved a greater percentage of this money and Manchester United, Liverpool, Arsenal, Tottenham Hotspur and Everton threatened to form their own Super League.
In 1992 it was agreed to establish the FA Premier League. The new league was almost identical to the old Football League Division One. The main change was that its clubs would keep all TV revenues. Sky TV, owned by Rupert Murdoch, signed a five-year contract to show many these games live. In 1997 this contract was renewed.

Simkin, John. "Television and Football." Spartacus Educational, Spartacus Educational,
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2017/18 Heartland Numbers

Fall league teams '18
Spring league teams '18
League players 
Tournament teams
Tournament players 
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Kansas City - In The Heart of It All

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The "Quote" of the Month:
From Shane Hackett, Heartland Executive Director:

"Earlier this week, I was thinking about how much I have enjoyed the game of soccer with each one of my kids over the years. I've  been lucky enough to coach all of them and have time togethe r on the field, practice, games and the car rides to and from. I have very specific wonderful memories of each one of them.  When Mia Hackett started playing around 4 years old, Neala Sullivan Hackett would usually put her hair into  pig tails. She was so tiny the
uniform shorts would overlap with her shingards and socks. The kit engulfed her. She is omnidextrous and never favored a foot so at an early age, she could trap, pass and shoot with both feet. I remember one particular game when I subbed her in, all the mom's on the sideline were saying "oh, how cute! She's adorable!" She was at least a foot shorter than every other kid on the field and we were still playing co-ed. She proceeded to steal the ball and dribble through everyone, scoring goal after goal. (it's 3v3 with no goalies). The comments turned from "oh how cute" to "Oh my god, she is incredible." It makes a soccer coach proud and leaves a dad with many a wonderful memory."

Upload a picture of your team's practice and include the Team name in the comments below. 

SBV Atletico 05 hard at work to win the tourney this weekend! 

Topeka Select Shock putting in some extra practice by playing up 2 age divisions in the sunflower state games.

Sporting Lee's Summit 02 Red (now Sporting Missouri Valley 02 Red)

SAVE THE DATE: 2018 Referee Meetings

Referees of all ages and experience levels  are encouraged to attend Heartland's monthly referee meetings!  Join us to learn tips and tricks for ARs and Referees, fun games, vital information, and fabulous prizes!  Parents are always welcome.  

October 15
November 12

Mentors meet 6 - 6:45 pm and Referees meet 7 - 8:30 pm   
Meetings will be held at the "Steve D. Scheels" Training Center in the northwest corner of the second floor of the Scheels store located at:

September Scheels Gift Card Winners: Abby Curphey, Kyler Murphy, Trey Torrez, Lucas Cuejilo, Brooke Nolkemper, Chris Savoy, Scott Weiman, Kaitlyn Savoy, Ashley Tuttle, Jason Worley 
Thank you Scheels for the gift cards!  
We appreciate your continued support of 
Heartland Soccer and our Referee Mentor Program.

September Other Gift Card Winners:
Dick O'Leary (Minsky's), Peyton Burnett (Dick's), Ryan Toon (Subzero), Jacob Whitehouse (Dicks), Chris Waldock (Minsky's)
Thank you to all our sponsors for the gift cards.
We appreciate your continued support of 
Heartland Soccer and our Referee Mentor Program
2018-2019 Fall Girls U15-U19
Kansas State Tournaments at Swope Soccer Village
October 25th-30th, 2018

Important Dates for Teams Registered:
Roster Freeze - 9/17/2018
Director of Coaching Seeding Meeting - 9/20/2018
(Meeting at 1pm at KSYSA Offices)
Seedings Posted - 9/24/2018
Schedules Posted - 10/10/2018
State Tournament Check In Events:
(All events will be from 5-7pm)
Wichita Check In at SCSA - 10/15/2018
Topeka Check In at Sunflower - 10/16/2018
KC Check in at SportsPlex - 10/17/2018

Sep 14-16
League Play
Sep 21-23
League play
Sep 28-Sep 30
League Play
Oct 05-07 Midwest All Girls Tournament / League Play
Oct 12-14 League Play
Oct 19-21 League Play
Oct 26-28
Rainout Weekend
Nov 02-04 Heartland Invitational Tournament - Girls
Nov 09-11 Heartland Invitational Tournament - Boys
Nov 18 Heartland Soccer Rock the Runway Fashion Show

Nominations are now open for 2018 KSYSA Awards of the Year and Kansas Soccer Hall of Fame!

2018 Awards include:

2018 Administrator of the Year
2018 Volunteer of the Year
2018 TopSoccer Buddy of the Year
2018 TopSoccer Coach of the Year
2018 Administrator of the Year
2018 Coach of the Year (Girls & Boys Recreational and
 Girls & Boys Competitive)
2018 Save of the Year
2018 Goal of the Year
Nominees may be selected in four categories:
Lifetime Achievement
Outstanding Achievement
Merit Award

Nominate someone today that helps make Kansas Soccer the Soccer Capital of America!  Winners will be featured at the 2019 KSYSA Awards Banquet and AGM which will be February 2, 2019 in Overland Park, KS at the Museum at Prairiefire from 7pm-10pm!

To nominate someone for a 2018 KSYSA award   CLICK HERE!
To nominate someone for the Kansas Soccer Hall of Fame 
US Youth Futsal has launched a new logo and  website:
We Want your Photos!

Heartland Soccer Association is seeking action photo shots of kids of all ages and abilities playing soccer in Heartland League Games or Tournaments.  Submitted photos may be included in Heartland Tournament, League and other promotional materials as well as social media posts.

Instructions for submitting photos:
All submitted photo files must be .jpg format, must be a minimum of 1,200 x 1,600 pixels, and no larger than 2 MB in size.  Submitting a photo doesn't guarantee that it will be used.
By submitting a photo for consideration for use in Heartland Soccer Association promotional materials, you agree that:
1.  You are the sole author of the photograph and control all rights for its use.  The photograph is original.  You have the rights to grant usage of the photograph as stated below.  There has been no prior sale, publication or transfer of rights to the photograph. The photograph shall not contain any libelous or scandalous matter.  To the best of your knowledge, the photograph's creation, publication and use shall not infringe any copyright, right of privacy or right of publicity, or infringe or violate any right of any third party.
2.    You grant to Heartland Soccer Association all rights to use the photograph in any and all forms of media, including but not limited to electronic, digital media and print.
3.     You allow Heartland Soccer Association the right to edit, revise, adapt and crop the photo as necessary.
Send Photo submissions to: [email protected]
2017 and 2018 Tournament Numbers
(number of teams)

Border Battle '18
KC Champions Cup '18 436
Mother's Day Classic '18 sponsored by Holiday Inn Express-Shawnee 431
KC Invitational '18
Fall Kick Off Challenge '18
Heartland Midwest Classic '18
Midwest All Girls '17
ALDI Heartland Invitational Girls  '17
ALDI Heartland Invitational Boys '17

*In the last 12 months Heartland welcomed teams
 from a total of 17 states and Canada.
Player of the Month - NOMINATE YOUR PLAYER

  Nominate a player for Kansas Youth Soccer Player of the Month!  
Coaching Requirements
All premier and recreational coaches  that currently have an "F" license are eligible to coach. Any coach without a current license is temporarily eligible to coach until the new US Soccer Grassroots courses are available on line.
All coaches must pass a background check prior to
being eligible to coach in the Heartland League. 
Heartland Soccer League is sanctioned by Kansas Youth Soccer.  
If you have a referee, coach, club, team or player accomplishment or a  photo that you would like to share please email:
 Katie Falco at  [email protected]  
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Midwest ODP Teams Announced!

2018 Girls Thanksgiving Interregional
2018 Boys Winter Interregional

Congratulation to all the Kansas ODP Players that made the
 Midwest Interregional Rosters!
For More information on Midwest ODP Click HERE

2018 Heartland Midwest Classic Photo Gallery:
Congrats to all our winners and participants!

The Pink Party at Menorah Medical Center is a celebration that kicks off Breast Cancer Awareness Month. 

Come out and enjoy complimentary food & drinks, pampering shopping, 
free gifts, and learn about breast care from our medical experts.

Q&A with Executive Director Shane Hackett:

It's only the middle of September and Heartland already has two tournaments in the books, the Fall Kick Off Challenge and the Heartland Midwest Classic, how was the turnout for both of these tournaments? 
Both the Fall Kick Off Challenge and the Heartland Midwest Classic saw teams from around Kansas travel into town to play our local competition, on world class turf fields and enjoy our city. 

Up next is the Midwest All Girls Tournament, what makes a girls-only tournament so special? 
The MAG is one of my favorite tournaments.  Maybe because I have four daughters and have so many memories as both a coach and a dad.  We just finished registration and this year's MAG will be the largest in history. We are looking forward to a full weekend of GIRL POWER!!!

Registration for HIT is now open, why should a team compete in this end-of-the-year showdown? 
The HIT tournament is held over two weekends and is one of the largest tournaments in the country bringing in teams from 16 states, it is considered the best end-of-the-season tournaments in the Midwest.  

Any updates on how the Olathe Soccer Complex is coming along? 
We have been working hard on the new Olathe Soccer Complex.  Shaw Turf started installation the first of September and we will do a soft opening on 6 fields on the first weekend of October. The full complex will open in
Spring 2019.  

Eat Fresh at Minsky's 
Introducing Minsky's Grande Cupperoni Pizza - Limited Time Only!

 Calling all pepperoni lovers! Taste buds say, "Hello!" to Minsky's tastiest flavor sensation - Grande Cupperoni Pizza! 

We start with a generous layer 
of Minsky's finest pepperoni topped with 100% Wisconsin Mozzarella, 
followed with freshly chopped garlic and herbs and topped with a generous layer of Smithfield Farmland cupping and charring pepperoni. 

That's 3x the pepperoni and 10x the flavor!

Don't miss out - Minsky's Grande Cupperoni Pizza is only available through September 30, 2018.

Heartland Soccer Families enjoy 20% off Minsky's limited time only Grande Cupperoni Pizza! At checkout, enter code: HSA20

Available at all participating KC Metro and Lawrence Minsky locations. Grande Cupperoni Pizza available through Sunday, September 30, 2018. Must enter special online ordering code to receive discount. Carry Out, Delivery and Order Online. Not valid with other promotions, discounts or package deals. 
Health Tip:
5 Ways to Prepare for Your Sports Season
If you've ever played competitive sports, you know starting a new season means a lot of hard work and practice. (It's a good thing sports is fun.) It's also normal to feel a little nervous about starting, especially if this is your first season.

Here are a few ways to put yourself at ease and make sure you're ready for the first day:

Get in Shape
Start by writing an exercise plan if you don't already have one. Schedule specific workout times during the week to help you stick with it. Ask your coach, gym teacher, or trainer for advice when writing your plan. Also, keep an exercise log. Write down how long you work out and what activity you did (cardio, lifting, etc.). That way you can keep track of different types of activities so you can mix things up (like running one day, strength training another).

Check your Gear
Check your gear. Ask your coach if you're not sure what you need. New equipment can be pricey, so think about using some secondhand gear if it's available. Brothers, sisters, friends, and siblings of friends can be great sources of used equipment. Just make sure it's very clean and still safe to use. You could ask your coach to take a look at it before the first day of practice. If you're a returning player, take out all of your equipment, try it on, and make sure it still fits and works.

Consider a Sports Camp
Sports camps can help new and experienced players brush up on skills before the season starts. College players, coaches, or other professionals usually teach the camps. Most include drill sessions, then scrimmages toward the end of the day. Drill work helps improve skills and scrimmaging with other campers lets you apply those skills in real-game situations. Scrimmages also can help you get the feel of playing on a team if it's something you're not used to. Many schools and colleges offer various sports camps during the summer and on the weekends during the school year. If camps aren't your thing, organizing a group of people to play a weekly game can be a great way to practice.

Just make sure to take 2 days off per week from any single sport and 1 day off per week from all organized sports. Also, take at least 2 months off each year from any particular sport, otherwise you're at a higher risk for an overtraining or overuse injury.

See your Doctor
Your school or team will probably require a sports physical before allowing you to participate. Because everyone needs to get checked at the beginning of the season, doctors tend to be busy those times of year. So ask your mom or dad to set up an appointment early on. That gives the doctor plenty of time to fill out your paperwork so you can start your sport on time. If you wear glasses, consider visiting your eye doctor to check your prescription.

Set Realistic Goals
Before your season starts, consider setting a few goals, such as improving a specific skill like dribbling or passing the ball. Just making the team or getting in shape are great goals as well. Be sure to write down your goals and discuss them with your parent or coach - they can support you. If you reach your goal, set some new goals next season. Just having goals can be a great motivator!

For comprehensive care for peewees to the pros the orthopedic sports medicine doctors and physical therapists at HCA Midwest Health offer an all-star team ready to care for you or your MVP. Our team approach covers a wide variety of disciplines working together to provide seamless, high-quality, personalized care to fit your athlete's unique needs.

To learn more about HCA Midwest Health visit us online at  

   Papa J ohn's Heartland Referee Spotlight:

Joshua started reffing when he was just ten years old. He said that he decided to get certified because "I enjoyed being a ref and wanted to have the ability to ref more games." Joshua also said that his favorite part of being a ref was being a mentor to the younger referees. When asked about a life lesson learned from reffing Joshua said "I feel I have learned to be responsible; be on time, be dressed appropriately and have your materials, which builds responsibility". Joshua says he aspires to be a World Cup referee.

Joshua has played soccer since he was just three years old and he currently plays high school soccer for Olathe South High school and club soccer for TOCA FC. He also participates in high school bowling, youth group and volunteering at the Olathe Christian Church and Mission Southside. These activities occupy most of Joshua's time so he does not currently have another job on top of reffing.

When not busy, Joshua takes time for relaxation and leisure. The last book Joshua read was "The Purple Hibiscus," which he read for Honors English summer homework. "It is a book about a family in Nigeria and my favorite part was when they went to visit their aunt".

When discussing movies he stated "I like action and comedy movies and the last movie I saw was Ant Man and The Wasp. My favorite part of the movie was when the Ant Man got really big and really worn out". Joshua said his favorite sports team is Manchester United.
Dear All,

We hope you are having a great Fall 2018 season so far. We have seen some great games already and know that it will continue through the next couple of months.

Coaches and team administrators, please remember to go and grab your player cards after each game. Often the referees will bring them back to you, but there are times when they are running to other games when they won't have time to return them. The cards are kept in the plastic tubs at the corner of the field where the referees congregate. Please ensure you have them before you leave the complex.

We are very excited that in the month of October we will be hosting games at the brand new Soccer complex in Olathe. If you see OSC on your schedule then that is what it is referring to. They are currently laying the turf and it is looking fantastic. We are so excited to be adding more world class surfaces to the ones we already have. It's a great time to be a youth soccer player in KC!!!

Thanks, as always for your support of the league.

~Heartland Staff
The Referee Corner
Law 9:  The Ball In and Out of Play and Heading by U11 and below:

Ask yourself the question: have you ever shouted at an Assistant Referee because they said the ball was not out and you thought it was?  What direction do the Laws of the Game give to the Assistant Referee on when the Ball is out of play? That is our topic for this month's Referee Corner.
Law 9 is another short law.  

It says the following:
  • The ball is out of play when :
    • It has wholly passed over the goal line or touch line either on the ground or in the air
    • Play has been stopped by the Referee
This means that all of the ball went over the line.  If part of the ball (even a little bit) is on the line the ball is in play.  This is different than football or basketball. In those sports a ball or foot on the line is considered out of play.  In soccer this is not the case. The Assistant Referees are on the touch line and are coached to follow the ball all the way to the goal line.  This means they have the best line of sight to make this decision. Interesting when fans at midfield challenge the call of the Assistant Referee at the Goal line.  
The Referee stopping play is less controversial.  The Referee stops play by blowing the whistle. The ball is considered out of play immediately on the whistle.  If there is a foul and the Referee blows the whistle and the ball continues into the goal, is it a goal? According to the Laws of the Game it is not.  Every Referee has at least one story about blowing the whistle while the ball was trickling into the goal. NOT A GOAL.
  • The ball is in play at all other times, including when it rebounds of a match official, goalpost, crossbar or corner flag and remains on the field of play.
This, of course, means that the match official must be on the field.  
Law 9 is an easier Law to understand.  Part 2 of this month's article builds on Law 9. It has to do with "when does the Referee blow his/her whistle?".  Referees are required to blow the whistle to start and stop play.
  • Starting play could be at the beginning of a match (the kickoff), after a substitution, or when there has been a foul and the Referee is setting the wall.
  • Stopping play means that a foul or infraction has taken place.  Fouls result in Direct Free Kicks (we will review the 12 fouls later in the fall).  Infractions (there are 8 in the Laws of the Game) and Offside violations result in Indirect Free Kicks.  It is also used by the Referee to stop play for any another reason not specified in the Laws of the Game.  This includes injuries and in the United States deliberate heading at specified age groups.
Is heading illegal in the Laws of the Game?   The answer is NO.  However, the United States Soccer Federation has determined that for safety reasons heading will not be allowed in U11 and below matches.  Their directive is that deliberate heading will result in the match being stopped (the Referee blowing the whistle) and that the restart will be an Indirect Free Kick against the team doing the deliberate heading at the spot where the heading took place.
This directive has created some confusion.  Let's look at some examples to determine the correct restart:
  1. A player gets hit in the head by the ball in the run of play.  The Referee blows the whistle to stop play. The coach is called on to attend to the player.  
    1. Was it a foul? NO  
    2. Was it a deliberate head ball? NO
    3. Was it for a player down (injury)?  Yes, so the restart would be a drop ball
  2. The attacking team sends a pass in the air into the penalty area towards one of their forwards.  The forward heads the ball towards goal and it goes in.
    1. Since the forward DELIBERATELY headed the ball, the Referee should blow the whistle and disallow the goal.  The restart would be an Indirect Free Kick coming out.
  3. The attacking team sends a pass in the air into the penalty area.  In this situation a defender deliberate heads the ball to end the attack.
    1. Since the defender DELIBERATELY headed the ball, the Referee should blow the whistle and the restart would be an Indirect Free Kick going in.  The spot would be where the heading occurred unless it was in the goal area (6-yard box which would result in the ball being placed on the 6-yard box line).
  4. The attacking team sends a pass in the air into the penalty area.  In this situation a defender deliberates heads the ball, but it still goes into the goal.
    1. The deliberate heading is a fact, but the ball went into the goal.  In this case, the goal should be allowed, and the player could be cautioned.
As I said, there are several decisions a Referee team must make in the run of play.  These decisions are based on the Laws of the Game or USSF directives. They are not always easy to make, but when you look at the decisions you can see they are consistent and support the letter and spirit of the Law.
We will review fouls in the next article.  And, please support our new Referees. It is win/win for you and for the League.

The Coaches Corner:
The Dutch Cross

From Dutch for Total Team Training - This drill is a variation of a drill done in Holland by all their youth teams.  It involves much more movement and coordination and gives many more progressions, as you will see in this section. Players must coordinate and work on the timing of runs and passes for this to be successful.  This variation begins to build in more movement and coordination and requires timing. It is great for working on technical passing and basic movements to learn how to check to and away from the ball.

2018-2019 ODP PHASE 1 Completed

Kansas ODP began the process of searching for the elite players in the state for the 2018-2019 year by traveling to Topeka, Wichita and Kansas City.  The next step for these players is Phase II later in the fall.  


For questions on the Kansas ODP program please email Amy Cramer at [email protected] For more information on Kansas ODP check out the KSYSA website by clicking HERE .

2018-2019 ODP PHASE 1 Completed

Kansas ODP began the process of searching for the elite players in 

the state for the 2018-2019 year by traveling to Topeka, Wichita 

and Kansas City.  The next step for these players is Phase II later 

in the fall.  


For questions on the Kansas ODP program please 
email Amy Cramer at [email protected]
For more information on Kansas ODP check out the 
KSYSA website by clicking HERE .

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