The Midfielder
Heartland Soccer Association Newsletter
December 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.
Thank you to everyone for making Heartland Soccer be recognized as THE LARGEST soccer league AND tournament host in the United States! Seriously, how cool is that?! We are so incredibly proud to be a part of this growing soccer community!
Heartland Soccer Association

Check out our newest video segment, The Breakaway, featuring
Shane Hackett and Katie Falco! 
November Breakaway

Join Kansas Youth Soccer & Heartland Soccer Association as we acknowledge and celebrate those individuals who have made a positive impact in our soccer community.  The 2020 Awards Gala will be another amazing night with something for everyone!

Date:  February 8, 2020
Time:  7:00 pm - 10:00 pm; Doors Open at 6:30pm
Awards Ceremony:   Begins approximately at 7:45pm
Tickets:   $35 per person and will be available for purchase soon. 


2019 Heartland Numbers

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

Fall Family Traditions. The leaves are turning, the temperatures are dropping and the pumpkin spice latte is brewing. Share a picture of favorite fall tradition


This Month in History: December
In 1914 something tragic was happening in the world. We were in the midst of WW1, but on a cold and icy December 24 th the unexpected happen. Men from both sides of the war decided to cease fire and come out of the trenches to spend Christmas Eve together. " One British fighter named Ernie Williams later described in an interview his recollection of some makeshift soccer play on what turned out to be an icy pitch: "The ball appeared from somewhere, I don't know where... They made up some goals and one fellow went in goal and then it was just a general kick-about. I should think there were about a couple of hundred taking part" ( Janssen, A.J. Baime & Volker ). Even in a time of war these two enemies could come together and enjoy a sport people love playing. The sport has only continued its growth since these times with an estimated 4 billion people associated as a fan of soccer.  
  Janssen, A.J. Baime & Volker. "What Happened When WWI Paused for Christmas." , A&E Television Networks, 29 Oct. 2018,
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Dave & Buster's, Overland Park is now open! Be our guest and get $20 in FREE Game Play! Eat. Drink. Play. Watch Sports
Nov 2
Jan 6
Spring 2020 online registration opens
Spring 2020 online registration deadline by noon on January 6
Jan 8
Recreational seeding
Jan 9
Premier pre-seed & Recreational Final seed posted after 5pm
Jan 9-14
Premier seeding challenges via email deadline noon on January 14
Jan 15
Final Premier seeding posted after 5pm
Feb 8
Heartland Soccer Annual Awards Gala
Feb 19
Spring 2020 schedule posted after 5pm
Feb 21-23
Dick's Sporting Good Discount Weekend for Heartland
Feb 28-Mar 1
First weekend of League play/ Border Battle Tournament
Mar 6-8
League play
Mar 13-15
League play
Mar 20-22
Heartland Spring Cup / League Play
Mar 27-29
League Play
Apr 3-5
League Play
Apr 3-5
Dick's Sporting Good Discount Weekend for Heartland
Apr 10-11
League Play
Apr 12
Easter No Games
Apr 17-19
Kansas City Champions Cup Driven by Discount Tire / League Play
Apr 24-26
League Play
May 1-3
League Play
May 8-10
Midwest Mother's Day Classic/ League Play
May 15-17
Rainout Weekend
May 22-24
Kansas City Invitational Tournament
2020 Heartland Referee meeting dates 
Coming Soon!
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.  

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:

Thank you to everyone who participated in this years meetings and a big thank you to all our sponsors for the gift cards.
We appreciate your continued support of 
Heartland Soccer and our Referee Mentor Program!
Announcing the November winner of our 
Academy Sports  'Social Media Giveaway'  
Congratulations to Sara Mutzbauer your picture is the winner of the November $50 Academy Sports gift card.

The Referee Blog
Another season is in the books.  How did it go? What did we learn, and what can we do better in the Spring?

The first question at the end of every season is "how did the season go?"  When you look back at what happened and think about what you are going to do for the next season, it starts by looking at the keys to success in competitive soccer.  Those primary keys are:

  • The fields and venues: Heartland plays on world-class turf fields. This means that the only reason for not playing should be lightning (or as we experienced this spring during State Cup, tornado warnings). We got rained out on our turf fields. Imagine what would have happened if Heritage was still the primary venue. There is no doubt that the investment in securing the Scheels Overland Park Soccer Complex, the Wyandotte Sporting Soccer Fields, Swope Soccer Complex and the Garmin Olathe Soccer Complex contributed greatly to the Heartland experience. And, with each complex having lights, you can play your games completely.
  • The competition: Last month's article (The Straw that broke the camel's back. Don't be that straw) shared the passion around the level of competition across the various age groups and divisions at Heartland. As you prepare for the Spring season the "seeding" meetings show that Heartland has learned both how important and how challenging it is to set up the Divisions. We are continuing to listen and to learn.
  • The officiating: There are many benefits being a part of the largest soccer league in the country. We have on-site Medical Staff and Field Marshals. And, we benefit from having access to a large number of Referees. This Fall 1,174 different officials were assigned to Heartland League and Tournament matches. Yes, this is a gargantuan challenge. Consider the numbers:
    • 7,791 matches
    • 23,373 separate assignments required (that is a Center Referee and 2 AR's)
    • Our assignors made 23,196 separate assignments, which represents a coverage percentage of 99.24%.
Referees assigned to Heartland matches are certified by US Soccer. Heartland doesn't just put them out on a field. Heartland was the first league in Kansas to formalize a Referee Peer Mentoring program. Here are mentoring statistics over the past several years:

We are not perfect with our officiating. But, the number of complaints that we receive during a season as continuing to decline. A major contributor to helping our Referees get better is the Mentoring Program. The program uses more experienced Referees to mentor our younger Referees, so they make fewer mistakes, become more effective faster and hopefully stick with Refereeing. Our plans are to continue this program in 2020 as a part of what we can do better in the Spring.
We want to thank all the players, coaches and fans for their continued support of the officiating component of Heartland Soccer. We also thank you for your passion. We share this passion and will continue to work hard to make the officiating one of the reasons why you want to play at Heartland.
Have a very Happy Holiday Season. See you on the pitch in the Spring.

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Go behind the scenes at Children's Mercy Park! Learn about the history of Sporting KC and take a look at the Pitch, Press Box, Broadcast Booth, Locker Room & more! For more information contact Kylie Perkins at
[email protected]  or 913-912-7578.
Mark Alford is the Preferred Realtor of Heartland Soccer 

Mark Alford has been coming into your home as morning news anchor for 21 years. The trusted face and voice of Kansas City is a strong supporter of youth soccer and has donated his time and talents to Heartland Soccer Association over the years.

"Mark Alford has been an enthusiastic supporter of our youth soccer  community and we are excited to have Mark Alford, the team leader of  Vortexkc/Chartwell as the "Preferred Realtor of Heartland Soccer."  explained Shane Hackett, Executive Director.  "Mark continues to emcee  many of soccer events throughout the year and has a passion for kids and  families.  That's a great trait for helping families find their next  home."

Mark is a multimillion dollar producer, marketing and selling homes from  $2.5 million dollars, down to $67,000. 

"It's NOT the price, it's the EXPERIENCE that makes the difference" says  Alford. "It's about changing lives and helping people make memories." 

And it's because of Mark Alford's dedication, experience, passion and  CONNECTION with youth soccer and the Kansas City Metro that Heartland  Soccer Association is proud to name Vortexkc as our "Preferred Realtor." 

"I'm deeply honored to take on this role", says Alford. "Heartland Soccer  is about promoting family, building memories and developing talents, many  of the SAME things VORTEXKC is about. I'm so excited to get to know the  families involved on a much deeper level."

2019 Tournament Numbers
(number of teams)
Border Battle '19
KC Champions Cup '19
Mother's Day Classic '19 449
Kansas City Invitational '19 282
Fall Kick Off Challenge '19
Heartland Midwest Classic '19
Midwest All Boys '19
Midwest All Girls '19
Heartland Invitational Girls  '19
Heartland Invitational Boys '19

*In the last 12 months Heartland welcomed teams
 from a total of 17 states and Canada.
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Register Now for 2019-2020 Kansas ODP!

Kansas ODP is looking for the very best youth players looking to enhance their technical and tactical ability as a player.  Players born from 2003-2008 are eligible to participate in these player evaluation trainings that take place throughout the year.  Kansas ODP is separate from your club team and you train with players from across Kansas.  

NEED MORE DETAILED INFORMATION? CLICK HERE or contact the Kansas ODP Administrator. 
Amy Cramer
Kansas ODP Administrator
10529 South Warwick St. | Olathe, KS 66061
[email protected] D irect Line:  913-991-3690

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That's a wrap, 2019!
As another year draws to a close, it's time to look back and reflect on the past 12 months. It is also a time to give thanks to the players, coaches, referees, sponsors and staff that continue to support Heartland Soccer Association and the Kansas City soccer community. Because of your generosity and commitment to our mission at Heartland Soccer Association, we continue to be the largest youth soccer league in America! Thank you everyone for helping us make a difference. Happy Holidays and have a wonderful New Year!

December Message From Shane Hackett
Message From Shane Hackett

Congratulations to our 2019 Fall Division Winners!

Give yourself a break this holiday season by bringing home a Take & Bake Minsky's Pizza (or a few)!

Just call ahead or stop by your neighborhood Minsky's location while you're out and about. We'll have oven-ready gourmet masterpieces ready for you! And not to worry - we've got the instructions ready to take with you! Because we know you've got a crew to feed, Minsky's Take & Bake pizzas come in large size only. And just so you know - our Take and Bake pizzas are available year-round!

While you're at it, stock up on Minsky's gift cards for everyone on your holiday shopping list. Give the gift of great taste with KC's Best Pizza!
And if you're looking to host a holiday work party or family gathering, we've got several event spaces to choose from, and we can create a menu that suits any occasion! Even better, we'll come to you! No matter the group size, our fully heated catering truck is sure to accommodate. For more information,  click here !
From all of us here at Minsky's, Happy Holidays!

Thank you to all the players, parents and coaches that rocked the runway at the Soccer + Style Fashion Show on November 17th at The Overland Park Ballroom. Models were styled in looks from our Runway Sponsors: Dicks Sporting Goods, Academy Sports, Soccer Master and local lifestyle apparel brand, States Soccer.

Another big thanks to our VIP Swag Sponsors:
Academy Sports, HCA Midwest Health, Security Bank, Dicks Sporting Goods, Raising Cane's, Chick-fil-a, Dicks Sporting Goods

The 2020 Annual General Meeting (AGM) for Kansas Youth Soccer will be Saturday February 8 th , 2020.  All soccer clubs in Kansas are invited to attend and get updates from the past year and plans for the future.  Direct affiliate members of KSYSA will eligible to vote on any bylaw, constitution, policies and elections that are needed to be voted on at the AGM.  Non-Direct Members are able to attend meetings and express concerns or questions to their district commissioners representing their area of the state. Here are the basics on the AGM:

Date:  February 8, 2020
Time:  9:00 AM
*Check In Begins at 8:15 am
Location:  US Soccer National Development Center 
Address:  1913 Pinnacle Way Kansas City, KS 66110
Deadline for Amendment Proposals:   December 10, 2019
KSYSA Board of Directors Positions for Election: VP of Competitive, VP of Recreation, Secretary, All District Commissioners and Alternate District Commissioners
KSYSA Board of Directors Candidate Applications Deadline:  January 9, 2020

1) It's the end of the year! Wow, does time fly. What was your favorite thing about 2019? I think it's a combination of things rather than one specific item or thing. Over the years, I've come to appreciate the relationships and friendships built. Soccer is a game of competition so it's natural that clubs feel a level of competitiveness around each other. Our job at Heartland is to administrate the play between the clubs for leagues and tournaments so we build friendships across the board. It's great to see families go through multiple kids playing the game and then on into adult life. If I sound like I'm getting older, I am. Hopefully, a bit wiser along the way too.   
2) What are you most looking forward to in 2020? Progression and innovation as our game changes and evolves. We are so fortunate to have multiple world class soccer facilities for our kids to play. It opens up a lot of opportunities for teams to travel here to KC to play our teams and enjoy the facilities. We strive to produce a great experience for our members and the teams traveling in.
3) Does Heartland have anything new on the horizon for the new year? We've added a new tournament called The Heartland Spring Cup in March. It will be played at the new GARMIN Olathe Soccer Complex. Both Girls and Boys can play and we will have multiple divisions for all ages and teams.   
4) How does your staff celebrate the holidays?  Rest and recoup.  It's one of the few times of the year we are not holding events although we are in full swing of Spring League Registration.  
5) As we wrap the year up, there are so many people that make Heartland Soccer possible, is there anyone or anything you would like to recognize for making 2019 so successful? I often refer to Heartland as a large ecosystem. We have players (our kids), coaches, administrators, parents, grandparents, referees and our staff of schedulers, field marshals, medical personnel and maintenance teams.  It takes everyone together to make this the largest league in the United States. Without everyone, it's not the success that it is today. So, the answer to the question is I would like to recognize the efforts of everyone that has participated with us in 2019, say "Thank You" and wish everyone a blessed New Year.   

The Coaches Corner:
Eighteen players warm up via a mixture of jogging, half pace and three quarter pace running over half the length of the pitch followed by some static stretching.  The players then use the 18-yard area to practice passing and control exercises with nine balls. The focus is on good first touch, body posture, accuracy and communication.  The players work in pairs, moving freely, with unlimited touches. The players should be aware of the movement of other players in close proximity in terms of ball control. After five minutes, the players stop and continue with stretching exercises.

Several different control/passing drills are performed: 

* Keep-away - One player keeps the ball away from the other. 
* Keep-away and beat a player - Same as previous but now once a turn is achieved, the player tries to go past his opponent.
* Juggling and running - One player juggles the ball while the other runs at half pace to the half way line and back. 
* With all the players in the 18-yard box, nine players with a ball move around the area playing passes to any 'open' player. The receiving player uses a one-touch to pass into space as the return pass.

 Congratulations to Acacia Weis (Salina, KS) for representing Kansas ODP and Kansas Rush Wichita at the 2019 US Youth Soccer ODP Girls Thanksgiving Interregional in Boca Raton, Florida last week. Acacia played for the 2005 Midwest team that finishes the event with a 1-1-1 record highlighted by a 3-2 win vs East ODP. Congrats Acacia and way to represent Kansas Youth Soccer! #KansasODP #KansasYouthSoccer #USYouthSoccer

Dear All,

Thanks again for your support of all of the Heartland Soccer events in the 2019 year. We love what we do and it is great to see the game develop and prosper greatly in the Midwest.

The 2020 Spring season registration is open and the deadline is noon on January 6 th .  Please make sure your teams are registered by that time. Also, please make sure that you include the dates that you would like to take off, based on your conflicts. There is very little room for rescheduling with the vast number of games that we have at the complexes.

We are always looking to add referees to our pool, here is the link for the upcoming classes that are being hosted. 

The heartland calendar is located at the following link  so that you can plan out the fall season.

All of us at Heartland Soccer want to take this opportunity to wish you all a very happy and healthy holiday season with your loved ones.


Heartland Soccer Association
December Health Tip:
Sneaky Ways to Make Exercise a Habit

Sneaky Ways to Make Exercise a Habit
When it comes to exercise, most of us have the best of intentions, but it's all too easy for busy schedules, Netflix or the snooze button to get in the way. Before you know it, weeks or months go by without breaking a sweat. But here's the good news-if you're ready to get back into it, incorporating fitness into your life doesn't have to be difficult. If you're looking for ways to make exercise an automatic part of your routine, these tips can make the process a little easier.

Schedule a sweat session. 
If you want to make exercise a non-negotiable part of your day, add it to your calendar, and treat it like an important meeting. You wouldn't blow off a work event or a conference call, right? If you give your workout the same respect, we guarantee you'll be more likely to get it done. Plus, checking something off your to-do list always feels motivating!

Keep your workout gear front and center. 
Have you ever heard  the saying, "Out of sight, out of mind?" When it comes to exercise, your motto should be the opposite. Sleep in your workout gear to help resist the call of the snooze button, keep your gym bag by the front door or store your yoga mat on the couch. Having a visual reminder will help you make the conscious decision to follow through on your workout.

Get creative. 
Exercise doesn't always have to look like an hour at the gym. If you live within a few miles of work, consider a walk, run or bike commute. Or use your lunch hour to walk up and down stairs and perform body weight exercises like squats and lunges. Not a fan of traditional exercise? A vigorous hour of housecleaning or yard work can count too!

Make it social.
Ask your pals to substitute an indoor cycling or yoga class in lieu of your usual happy hour. Or check out your local running store-many organize group runs after work or on the weekends. Exercising with friends will make the time fly by, we promise. Having others keeping you accountable can go a long way in helping you follow through because no one wants to hear, "We missed you last night-where were you?"

Go streaking.
A fully clothed, exercise streak, that is. Commit to a 30-day running or walking streak (where you log at least one mile every single day) or vow to attend 20 yoga classes in a month. These challenges can be tough but having a lofty goal can also be extremely motivating. To complete the challenge, you'll have to adopt a "no-excuses" mentality, which can help create a routine.

Follow the 10-minute rule.
Not feeling like exercising today? Commit to just 10 minutes. Whether it's a quick stretch session, a 1-mile jog or a walk around the block, a little bit of sweat is better than nothing. If you find yourself getting overwhelmed by an all-or-nothing mentality, keep your expectations low. You don't have to run a marathon to create an exercise habit-even a little bit of movement is great for your health!

HCA Midwest Health is the official healthcare provider for Heartland Soccer Association and we work with parents and coaches to keep athletes safe and on the field of play year round, learn more about our services at

The Referee Corner
Letter of the Law versus Spirit of the Law... Keep reading this space ... 

We just finished a season where the 2019/2020 Law changes were applied. There were significant changes, and as we do the US Soccer Referee recertifications we are once again stressing the changes with the goal of being even more consistent when the Spring season starts. This month I want to share a couple of examples of why FIFA keeps looking at how to make the Laws easier to understand and apply.

1. The Goal Kick: The big change in the 2019/2020 Laws was that the ball was in play when it was "kicked and clearly moved". That meant that Goal Kicks no longer needed to leave the Penalty Area to be in play. The Law required that attackers had to be outside the Penalty Area when the Goal Kick was taken but could challenge for the ball as soon as it was kicked.
Players and coaches are constantly looking for ways to make the Laws work for them, as they should. A situation occurred in an International Match where the goalkeeper chipped the ball in the air to a teammate who then headed the ball back to the goalkeeper who caught the ball in his hands.
According to the Letter of the Law, this was legal. The ball was in play when the goalkeeper kicked it and it moved. The teammate can play the ball with his/her head. The goalkeeper can use his/her hands if they are receiving a ball from a teammate from the head.
Legal, yes. But were these players trying to circumvent the aim (the spirit of the Law). FIFA thought they were. They released a circular that specified for this situation, the Goal Kick would be retaken. We all learn and adjust.

2. Handling (or hand ball): This is still an area that creates controversy in every match. The 2019/2020 Laws added decisions consistent with the "spirit" of the Law. Goals are not to be scored with the hand, so when the hand of an attacker gets the ball (even if accidental) and a goal scoring opportunity is created or a goal is scored, it will not be allowed.
Of course, this only covers some of the universe of possibilities. In our recertification classes for 2020, we shared the following picture to help Referees understand what the goal of the Law is.


I am confident we will get to review this more in the Spring.
If you have specific questions about the application of a Law, please let us know. The more we all know, the better our league will be.
Have a very Happy Holiday season.

Coaching Courses for 2020 to be announced soon!

To get course details and learn how to register CLICK HERE

Matt Gordon
Coaching Education Department
10529 South Warwick St. | Olathe, KS 66061
[email protected]
Papa J ohn's Heartland Referee Spotlight:

Q&A with Nanako and Miyako
When did you start reffing? 
N: March 2017
M: August 2017
What made you decide to get certified to referee? 
N: It was a great way to be involved in soccer and make money at the same time.
M: I wanted money and to get paid to watch the sport I like best.
What is your favorite part about reffing?
N:  Getting further involved in soccer.
M: To help kids play the right way and getting money.
What is a life lesson you feel you have learned from reffing?
N:  I've learned how to stand behind my decisions.
M:  I have developed a thick skin and learned to take criticism for the decisions I make.
What level of referee to you aspire to be? 
N: Just youth soccer.
M: I would like to referee at the DA level.
Do you play soccer?
N: Yes! Fusion Pre-Academy 2003 
M: Yes! Sporting Blue Valley 2005 DA
How long have you played soccer?
N: 12 years
M:  10 years
Do you participate in any activities?
N: Yes, theater, debate, forensics, medical club, outdoor adventure club, etc.  I like theater best, because I enjoy acting and being around theater kids.
What was the last book you read? 
N: Little Women
M: To Kill A Mockingbird 
What types of movies do you like? 
N: I like musicals.  
M: Movies about historical events.
What was the last movie you saw? 
N: Singin' In The Rain.  
M: Argo
What is your favorite sports team?  
N: Sporting KC and Kansas City Chiefs.
M: FC Barcelona
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]
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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