The Midfielder
Heartland Soccer Association Newsletter
March 2019

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.
2018/19 Heartland Numbers

Fall league teams '18
Spring league teams '19
League players 
Tournament teams
Tournament players 

2019 Midwest Mother's Day Classic
SCHEELS Overland Park Soccer Complex
Olathe Soccer Complex
May 10 - 12, 2019

Registration Deadline:
Apr. 8th, 2019

Last year the Midwest Mother's Day Classic reached a record number of  430 teams; including teams from 7 states and three levels of play (Gold, Silver, and Bronze) ensure that every team finds itself matched against similar competition. In addition to providing excellent competition, this tournament is formatted to be particularly family friendly. Mothers will be honored on Sunday, when each player will be given a flower to present to their mother.
The tournament will be hosted at the  SCHEELS Overland Park Soccer Complex and Olathe Soccer Complex, where siblings can enjoy the multiple playgrounds, the skate park, or the tennis courts. 

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2019 Kansas City Invitational
SCHEELS Overland Park Soccer Complex
May 24 - 26, 2019

Registration Deadline:
Apr. 22nd, 2019

Kansas City Invitational is the single largest soccer tournament in Kansas City and consistently sells out. This tournament offers four different levels of competition: Gold, Silver, Bronze and Recreational. Teams have traveled from 14 different states to play in the Kansas City Invitational. Seeding of teams ensures that everyone can compete against opponents of their own ability level.
All Kansas City Invitational games will be played at the  SCHEELS Overland Park Soccer Complex.

The 2019 Kansas City Champions Cup  is in its 12th year and is established as a top spring event that attracts teams from throughout the Midwest. This year's  tournament  is sponsored by Yokohama and Discount Tires. The event will be open to teams of all levels of play within the following age divisions - Boys U8-U19 and Girls U8-U14.

SCHEELS  Overland Park Soccer Complex
Olathe Soccer Complex
April 12 - 14, 2019

*Registration Closed*

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Mar 15-17
League Play
Mar 22-24
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Mar 29-31
League Play
Apr 5-7
League Play/ Dick's Sporting Good Discount Weekend for Heartland
Apr 12-14
Kansas City Champions Cup / League Play
Apr 19-20
League Play
Apr 21
Easter Sunday / No Games
Apr 26-28
League Play
May 3-5
League Play
May 10-12
Midwest Mother's Day Classic / League Play
May 17-19
Rainout Weekend
May 24-26
Kansas City Invitational Tournament
May 26 and 29 Heartland Awards Night at Sporting KC

2019 Referee Meeting Dates

*picture from our March 4th meeting, where we had 51 attendees!

  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.  

2019 Referee Meeting Dates
Wed Apr 3
Thur May 2
Mon Aug 5
Mon Sept 9
Wed Oct 2
Thur Nov 7

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:

Congratulations to our March Gift Card Winners!

SCHEELS Gift Card Winners: Megan Wiman, Scott Wiman, McLain Scheiltz, Drake Schotland, Max Gelman, Evan Schmidt, Brennan Kusmic, Irina Mikos, Olivia White

Other Award Winners: Madison Zimmerman, Nicholas Edwards, Ryan Toon, Parker Mores, Calvin Seithel, Colby King, Hannah Sixkiller

Thank you to all our sponsors for the gift cards.
We appreciate your continued support of 
Heartland Soccer and our Referee Mentor Program!

Dave & Buster's, Overland Park is now open! Be our guest and get $20 in FREE Game Play! Eat. Drink. Play. Watch Sports
First time checking out The Midfielder?
Executive Director Shane Hackett explains why this is a 
great tool for players, coaches and parents. 
Announcing the Winners of our #HeartlandSoccer 
'Social Media Giveaway'
Congratulations to Heidi Stevens! You are the March winner of the $50 Academy Sports+Outdoors Gift Card. Her picture comparison of old cleat versus new cleat.

This Month in History: March
This March the National Women's Soccer League (NWSL) will kick off their season. The NWSL was established in 2012 and began play in 2013 with eight teams and has since grown to nine teams with the addition of Houston and Orlando but the loss of Boston. The first NWSL game was held on April 13, 2013 with the Portland Thorns visiting FC Kansas City. The match was played at Shawnee Mission District Stadium in front of 6,784 fans. The game ended in a 1-1 draw. 
Since the inaugural season there have been four teams that have won the NWSL Championship. The North Carolina Courage in 2018 became the first team to win both the NWSL championship and the NWSL Shield in the same year. To help grow the league the NWSL agreed to a three year deal with A&E Networks to broadcast 22 regular season matches on Sunday afternoons along with three postseason games. This is the first time they have had a weekly broadcast to show their matches to a national audience.

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Kansas City - In The Heart of It All

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The Referee Blog

The weather forecast for the 1 st weekend of March is freezing temperatures and possibly more snow.  While we wait for Spring players and teams are practicing and Referees are busy certifying and recertifying  for 2019.

Our neighbor to the east posted the illustration and it got my attention.  Is verbal abuse a St. Louis problem only? Could verbal abuse towards Referees occur at Heartland?  And, if it could happen here, is this something we can address and eliminate?
St. Louis says they will have over 200 new Referees this Spring.  Kansas has certified over 275 new Referees in the Kansas City area since January of 2019.  Most of these new Referees are young players who wanted to contribute to the game soccer by becoming a Referee.  

In the Entry Level Clinics, we ask them why they want to be a soccer Referee.  Their answers fit into 3 categories:
  1. Some say that they love the game they have been playing their whole life, and being a Referee lets them stay involved with the game they love.
  2. Some of them say they want to be a better Referee than the one they had last year at one of their games.
  3. Almost all of them want a job that allows them to earn money for a number of different reasons (some want a cell phone, others a car and many want to start saving for college).
It sounds like St. Louis and Kansas City Referee have a lot in common.  We also see many our young soccer Referees lasting only a short time. What can each of us do to try and change these numbers so we have more experienced Referees to continue to make Heartland the best league in the country?

The people who manage soccer in Kansas (the Board of Directors at Heartland, the Kansas State Youth Soccer Association and the Kansas State Referee Committee) are contributing by creating, staffing and funding a Peer Mentor Program.  The program works by assigning experienced Referees to work with the new Referees and help them develop the skills that will make them successful faster. Getting their careers off to a fast start moves the bar so you get better results on the field more quickly.

What can each of you do to help our Referees?   I wanted to share an idea that might help us manage our passion on the sidelines.  Here are some pictures of new Referees from a couple of years ago. Only one of them (the dad) is old enough to drive.  Each one of these officials is someone's son or daughter. In fact, they could be the same age as your son or daughter.

How would you react if someone on the sidelines yelled at your son or daughter because they didn't like what they were doing at a specific moment in time?  Reports from our Field Marshalls show that parents don't put up with someone else yelling at their son or daughter.

My idea.... Treat your Referees as if they were your son or daughter during the match.  Now we know that new Referees (and even experienced ones) don't ever do a perfect game.  If they need specific changes to become more effective, share them with your coach, and ask your coach to share them with the Referee administration.  I promise that we will take time with the Referees to review how they can fix the issues the coaches tell us about. That is why we have Mentors and Monthly meetings.

Thank you for helping Heartland deliver the best soccer experience in the country.  It takes fields (and we have some of the best in the country). It takes competition and Heartland is the most competitive league in the Midwest.  And, it takes effective Referees. We are working to make your Referees better every match, every week and every season.

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]  
2019 US Soccer National C License Course

Kansas Youth Soccer is pleased to announce that we will be hosting a US Soccer C License Course this year along with United Soccer Coaches!

Click Here for more information & to register for the courses.

2018 Tournament Numbers
(number of teams)

Border Battle '19
KC Champions Cup '19 500
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 '18
ALDI Heartland Invitational Girls  '18
ALDI Heartland Invitational Boys '18

*In the last 12 months Heartland welcomed teams
 from a total of 17 states and Canada.

2019 In-Person Grassroots Courses

coming to Topeka and Kansas City!

T o get more information and register for these course please Click Here.

During the second weekend of March, Heartland kicked off the 2019 spring season!  This spring, we will have 1,315 teams from around the Midwest and Kansas City Metropolitan area competing. Because of this, Heartland Soccer Association remains as the largest youth soccer league in the country with 21,000 league players, 2,600 tournament teams each year, 44,000 tournament players each year, 4,000 coaches and 2,000 active referees.  We want to thank each and every one of you for continuing to support the growth and development of all the players that make up Heartland. 

On top of league play, coming up, Heartland will host KC Champions Cup, The Midwest Mother's Day Classic and the Kansas City Invitational. KC Champions Cup will kick off these three tournaments, on April 12-14. The Midwest Mother's Day Classic will be held over the Mother's Day weekend and KCI will help conclude the spring season over Memorial Day weekend, 
May 24-26. 

We are so excited that the season has started and we wish you all the best of luck.  And of    course, we would love to connect with you on social media throughout the season, so please share photos, memories and stories with us on Facebook, @heartlandsoccer.  

1) Border Battle was canceled due to the weather. What all goes into the decision-making behind whether or not tournaments/ weekend games should be canceled or postponed? Normally, it's lightening that challenges our ability to keep games on track. The preseason tournaments coming out of winter are definitely subject to bad weather. Over the years of Border Battle, we've lost a few to snow, ice and now frigid temperatures that were below freezing and windchill. Refunds were issued to all teams and we just move onto the next weekend. 

2) Spring season is finally here! How excited are you and the Heartland staff?  We are adding the new Olathe Soccer Complex to the field mix so all of us are excited to get the fields online and hit the new turf. 

3) There are 3 tournaments to be played this spring, what can we expect out of those? KC Champions Cup registered with a record number teams and we expect all the tournaments to be at capacity. We recommend everyone to register early for the Mother's Day and Kansas City Invitational tournaments and reserve a spot. 

4) Registration for the Midwest Mother's Day Classic doesn't  close until April 8th. Why should a team sign up? Mother's Day has grown into one of the largest tournaments in KC. It provides teams of all skill levels an opportunity to play competition from over 12 states. Flowers are provided to all the players to give to mom's on Mother's Day. It's a neat tradition.  

5) Any new updates that teams should know about this season? We will be partnering with Yokohama and Discount Tires as the Official Tire to Heartland Soccer and title sponsor of the KC Champions Cup. We have just finalized a deal with ESPN for the Kansas City Invitational to be the midwest regional qualifying tournament for the national ESPN CUP. We will be announcing more details shortly. 

Minsky's is incredibly proud to be a major partner with Heartland Soccer, and we're excited about our newest Minsky's Pizza located at 10540 South Ridgeview Road - right in front of the Olathe Soccer Complex!
The newest Minsky's location in Olathe seats up to 200 guests and includes a full bar, outdoor patio and private party room for up to 50 people! At Minsky's there's never a space fee to reserve private rooms. We offer multiple HD TV's with your favorite sports on the big screen and of course, free Wi-Fi. Select from our full menu of gourmet pizzas, creamy pastas, hot calzones, fresh appetizers, and crisp salads.
For our health-conscious patrons, we have Gluten-Free crust and vegan Daiya Cheese, plus, we now offer Cauliflower Crust as a healthier alternative for any small gourmet pizza! The Cauliflower Crust offers all of the health benefits - for just 2 bucks extra! At Minsky's we believe if you eat well, you live better. The best part? It's so delicious, it's hard to believe it's healthy!  
We know you'll love Minsky's casual-friendly service and, if you've not yet tried Minsky's Pizza, you're in for a delicious gourmet treat! Stop by Minsky's Pizza on Ridgeview Road (or any of our 18 locations in Kansas City) after your game at Olathe Soccer Complex! Click here and we'll email you right back with a 20% off coupon the next time you dine-in or order online - plus other great dollar-saving deals in the future - all to say thanks for being part of Heartland Soccer!
March Health Tip:
Be Your Best as a Youth Sports Parent
Being a parent is a tough gig at the best of times. How we support and guide our children through different obstacles and paths shapes them up as human beings and sets them up for their future.
This especially runs true when your child becomes interested in sports and requires support from a parent to aid their sporting development . Many everyday parenting aspects are transferable when you become involved in their sporting interest. Not to mention the priceless time spent and bonding throughout.
Here are some tips to help parents transition in to a Sports Parent.
Maintain Patience:  An obvious tip, and is relevant across the entire spectrum of parenting, but when it comes to sport it is vital we do not go too hard on them too soon. This may have a negative effect on their initial impressions on a brand-new sport and may put them off putting in 100% effort and attention. Give them space and time to try the sport in their own way - offering minimal input. This will allow them to base their own opinion on the sport without any prejudice from yourself.
Push Them When Needed:  Similarly, for kids to develop according to their ability, it is a good idea to encourage them on to the next level. Maybe you see them resting on their laurels and you feel they need more. Speak to their coach, speak to your child and offer ideas to improve and to fulfil their potential.
Know when to criticize and encourage:  Building resilience within a child and teenager is a vital life-skill to develop. It boosts their ability to manage adversity and hardship. This runs true in sports participation. Kids need to expect criticism. It is an important building block in improving as a sports person and a human being. It is critical we as parents can appreciate when constructive criticism is necessary, when it can wait and how to deliver it. Maybe they have just played a bad game and have come off the field of play in a stinking mood. Their coach may have criticized the team. This may be a good time for us as sports parents to focus on the positives from the game. Maybe have a reflective chat when the adrenaline has worn off. Encouragement comes in many forms - it can be from the sideline of the game; it can be a simple chat in between games informing them of their ability. Encouragement boosts confidence and belief. Criticism creates an ability to adjust and reflect on self-performance.
Practice with them:  Practice makes perfect after all. You often hear about elite sports people staying for hours after training in order to practice specific drills in order to become a master. All practice is good practice and can do no harm. If you have a few spare hours during the week - take them to a local field and practice with them. Focus on both weaknesses and strengths. If you are not an expert brush up yourself by watching instructional videos on that sport ahead of time. This also does wonders for bonding.
Let Them Try Different Sports:  It may take many years and numerous attempts to find their real niche. It may be a sport you were not expecting them to enjoy. This is ok. It is their life. If you had your eyes set on them playing Football and they want to try Golf, let them. This ability to try different sports, may also set them up better for the real world to become open-minded in their everyday outlook.
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Dear All,

Apparently Spring weather may begin sometime soon!!

This has been a little weird start to the Spring 2019 season but we are officially up and running. The winter coats may be able to be stored at this time.

The great thing right now is that all of the games in our league are now played on turf, at some of the most fantastic complexes in the country. That means that we will not have as many rain outs and hopefully very few thunderstorms through the season.

Our scheduler is working very hard at your reschedule requests, but please remember that there is very little room for movement due to the number of teams in the league and the vast majority of game slots are full for the season. We understand that conflicts happen but please make every effort to play the originally scheduled games. If you must reschedule please be as flexible as possible with the requested dates and times.

Have fun watching the kids play. Thanks as always for your support of the league.

Heartland Staff
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The Referee Corner
Law 7 - The Duration of the Match:

Last season there were several times where a team was in possession of the ball and building an attack on goal when the Referee signaled that time had expired.  Of course, the team that questioned the decision was trailing at the time and wanted the Referee to extend the time so they could continue the attack. They contended that the Referee made an error by indicating that time was up.
The Law of the Month is the Duration of the Match.  The questions deal with adding time. "When is the Referee instructed that he/she must add time to a match"?

The answers according to the Laws of the Game:   Allowances for time lost... substitutions, assessment and/or removal of injured players, wasting time, disciplinary sanctions, stoppages for drinks (which should not exceed one minute) or other medical reasons permitted by competition rules, delays relating to VAR 'checks' and 'reviews', and any other cause, including any significant delay to a restart (e.g. goal celebrations), and Penalty kick ...If a penalty kick has to be taken or retaken, the half is extended until the penalty kick is completed.

The Laws of the Game do allow for modifications for youth, veterans, disability and grassroots football.  These modifications are spelled out and include:
  • Size of the field of play
  • Size, weight and material of the ball
  • Width between the goalposts and height of the crossbar from the ground
  • Duration of the two (equal) halves of the game
  • The use of return substitutes
For Heartland League matches, you see the modifications applied in the different field and goal sizes for the younger age groups (when a team plays U13 or above they go to the full field with regulation goals) and the times of the equal halves (from 25 minutes to 40 minutes depending on the age group).  You also see this is the substitution policies (unlimited for all league games).

If you have been to a Sporting match, watched a professional match on TV, or have observed a State Cup match you know that the Center Referee indicates how much time will be added for allowances for lost time and the 4 th official shares that information with everyone else.  The Law says this is the minimum amount of additional time that will be played.

Law 7 also states the following:  A match lasts for two equal halves which may only be reduced if agreed between the referee and the two teams before the start of the match and is in accordance with competition rules.  For Heartland League matches the competition rules are that the clock will be a running clock (the reason why the clock continues during water breaks), and there is no requirement for allowances for time lost .   Therefore, the Referee blows the whistle when the full time is up.

As we reviewed last season, the ball is out of play when it either leaves the field of play or the Referee blows the whistle.  If a team is beginning or making an attack on goal and the Referee blows the whistle, the match is over. What if a shot has been taken and the ball is in flight on goal when the Referee blows the whistle?  Technically the ball is dead where it was when the whistle is blown. What are we training the Referees to do? If the shot is on the way to goal, let it finish before you blow the whistle to end the game. For all other situations (throw-in, dynamic attack building, goal kick or corner kick) the whistle should be blown to end the game.  Now we are on the same page.

If you have questions you want us to address, send them to [email protected]  

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   Papa J ohn's Heartland Referee Spotlight:

Q&A with Cole Moberly
When did you start reffing?
I started reffing in the Spring of 2014.
What made you decide to get certified to referee?
I like money and this job pays well, also, you only must be 12 years old.
What is your favorite part about reffing?
I enjoy interacting with the different players and coaches. 
What is a life lesson you feel you have learned from reffing?
Reffing has taught me to be confident when making decisions. 
When did you start reffing futsal?
I have not refereed futsal. 
What is your favorite part about reffing futsal?
What level of referee do you aspire to be ?
I don't have a certain goal, I will just keep reffing and see where it takes me.
Do you play soccer? 
I no longer play soccer anymore. I played for Overland Park Soccer Club (OPSC) until 2016.
If so, how long have you played soccer?
I played soccer from 2011-2016.
Do you participate in any activities?
I wrestle for Mill Valley High School. I enjoy training and competing in tournaments. 
What do you enjoy most?
I enjoy doing things outdoors like fishing, snowboarding, cliff jumping, etc. 
Do you have another job in addition to reffing? 
I do not currently have a job outside of reffing, but I do plan to find work this summer during the off-season.   
What was the last book you read? 
Rich Dad Poor Dad by Robert T. Kiyosaki. It was about how his ideas about money and finances have been shaped by his dad and his friend's dad. 
What types of movies do you like? 
I like any movie that will make me laugh. The last movie I watched was Step Brothers, my favorite part was when Dale and Brennan did karate in the garage. 
What is your favorite sports team?
Kansas City Chiefs!

Free Select Appetizer at Rock & Brews for the whole team!  
1 Free App. Per 5 people! No limit on size of group! 
(i.e. 15 people = 3 free apps!) Choose from Giant Soft Pretzel, Homestyle Onion Rings, Garlic Cheese Fries or Chili Cheese Fries.  Great family friendly space for the whole team! Make a reservation today!
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The Coaches Corner:
X Pattern from Dribbling

From 2v1 Attacking Drills and Exercises
This diagram shows the X Pattern created from the dribble. In Square A1 player A is dribbling from left to right which is numbered with a 1.  The dribble goes between the defenders labeled C and D. This will cause the defensive structure to be disrupted as the defender labeled C tracks the attacker labeled A.
In Square A2 you can see that space has been opened up behind the attacker labeled A because of their dribbling. Attacker B now runs explosively into the space created by the dribble of attacker A, which creates an X Pattern on the ground. (This X Pattern on the ground is clearly shown in Diagram 6 C on page 32.) This run by player B is numbered 2 in Square A2. The pass to attacker B is made by attacker A and is numbered with a 1 in the diagram.
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]
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2019 Spring State Cup Dates!
The Spring 2019 Kansas State Cup, Kansas Presidents Cup 
& Kansas Junior State Cup will be held at the new Olathe
Soccer Complex between the dates May 28 th - June 6 th , 2019!!!!
  Come out and watch the most competitive youth teams in the
 state compete for a State Championship! Go to to find more information as 
we get closer to the event. 
#KSStateCup #KSPresidentsCup #KSJrStateCup #HereToWin #TeamKansas