The Midfielder
Heartland Soccer Association Newsletter
January 2020

2020 Awards Gala Register Now
2020 Awards Gala Register Now

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.

Border Battle 2020
SCHEELS Overland Park Soccer Complex & 
GARMIN Olathe Soccer Complex
February 28 - March 1, 2020
The 2020 Border Battle Soccer Tournament will be held in one of the country's finest soccer facilities, theSCHEELS Overland Park Soccer Complex, home of the 2020 USYSA National Championships andGARMIN Olathe Soccer Complex.
This tournament is well established and recognized as one of the top spring tournaments in the Midwest. It annually attracts ECNL, NPL, State and Regional Champion teams from up to 14 different States. We are anticipating another sell out event in 2020 with teams traveling from all over the Midwest!

Registration Deadline:
February 3rd, 2020
1st Annual Heartland Spring Cup
GARMIN Olathe Soccer Complex
Inaugural Heartland Spring Cup
March 20 - 22, 2020
The Heartland Tournament series is excited to add the inaugural Heartland Spring Cup tournament to the Spring 2020 tournament season. The Heartland Spring Cup will be an excellent early season opportunity for your team to test itself against comparable opponents and features multiple levels of play to ensure that every team finds itself matched against similar competition.

Registration Deadline:
February 24, 2020

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! 

2019/20 Heartland Numbers

Fall league teams '19
Spring league teams '20
League players 
Tournament teams
Tournament players 

Happy Holidays!

Did anyone get soccer gear for Christmas?


This Month in History: January

On January 27 th , 2019, the United States Men's Soccer team won their first game of the season under new manager Gregg Berhalter. As the January camp ended after a full 3 weeks, they played their first game of the season on January 27 th , against Panama. It was played in Glendale, AZ. The U.S. Men's Soccer team went on to win 3-0.
Gregg Berhalter was born and raised in New Jersey and went on to play soccer at the collegiate and pro level. After playing overseas for a while, he returned to the United States where he signed his first club contract in the MLS in his home country. He signed with LA Galaxy and played for 2 more years. In 2011, Gregg Berhalter retired as a player and moved on to coaching. On December 2nd, 2018, Gregg became the manager of the United States Men's Soccer team and went on to earn his first win as a manager in January of 2019. He is still now the current manager of the U.S. Men's Soccer team. 
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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
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 Announced!
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.  

Monday, March 2
Monday, April 6
Monday, May 4
Monday, August 3
Monday, September 14
Monday, October 5

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:
Announcing the December winner of our 
Academy Sports  'Social Media Giveaway'  
Congratulations to Kenny Smith, your picture is the winner of the December $50 Academy Sports + Outdoors gift card.


The Referee Blog
It's Winter and Heartland Futsal is in full swing.  Why does Heartland have a Futsal League?

The High School Girl's State Cup Championships were played on a Monday night in November at the Wyandotte Sporting Fields.  For those who participated in those matches, it was a night they will always remember. It was cold and it snowed. And yes, one of the finals went into extra time.  It showed how dedicated we are to playing soccer.

As we head into the "teeth" of winter the question becomes what can players do to continue to develop their soccer skills?  One alternative (where it never rains or snows or is windy) is the Heartland Futsal League. A good question is "what are the reasons youth players should play Futsal?"

Futsal is very different from the outdoor game.  It is played on a basketball court with only 5 players on each team.  The game is much faster, and every player is involved in the action. The number of touches, quick decision-making situations, the technical skill needed to get out of small spaces, playing out of pressure and the speed of play are some of the skill building situations that players will have to deal with.  Professional players that have benefited from playing Futsal include Pele, Ronaldinho, Ronaldo and Messi.  

The Futsal rules are different (for example, as shown in the picture below there are no throw-ins but instead the game is restarted with a kick-in).  Instead of goal kicks there are goal clearances. Another major difference is that in Futsal the amount of contact is limited. And, if a team commits more that 5 Direct Free Kick fouls in a half, the offending team is penalized by the other team having a Direct Free Kick without a wall.

Players gain new skills because of the limited space, reduced contact and increased speed of play.  How does Futsal affect the Referees?
Yes, the Futsal Referees are required to certify and recertify for Futsal (making sure they know the Futsal Laws).  Even more important, each Futsal Referee carries a whistle and is expected to manage play in their area. This means recognizing fouls, blowing the whistle and administering cautions and send offs when they are earned.  The result is that same conditions that improve players will also improve the skills of the Referees benefiting the Heartland Soccer Association when we go back outside in the Spring.  

We have 2,400 certified outdoor Referees in Kansas.  160 of these have certified to become Futsal Referees.  This means as the sport grows, we need to find a way to get more of our outdoor officials to certify for Futsal.  If you are an outdoor Referee, consider becoming a Futsal Referee for the next season. The benefits will be worth the investment.

You will continue to grow in your understanding of the tactics of effective soccer competition.  Futsal will help you sharpen your anticipation of where the play will go.

  • You will enhance your management skills.  Coaches and players are closer to you and learning how to manage them to get a positive result will make you more valuable for any roles you will seek in the future.
  • You will continue to earn monies from doing what you love, being close to the game of soccer.
  • You will stay fit.  Futsal does require running in order to be effective.
  • And, you will build your confidence.  Ask any Referee if it is hard to blow the whistle in response to a foul.  They will tell you it is. Once you learn to do this, you will be surprised at what else you can do.
The Heartland Soccer Association Referee team wishes all of you a very Happy New Year.  We look forward to working with you, your players and your coaches in the Spring when the warmth of the sun returns to Kansas.

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Congratulations to the 2019 Award Winners

Join us in congratulating these 2019 Kansas Youth Soccer Award Winners!  They will be recognized at the 2020 Awards Gala co-hosted with Heartland Soccer Association on February 8, 2020.  

For details on the 2020 Awards Gala please see below information:

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 
To Purchase tickets CLICK HERE
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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.

Hello 2020!

Congratulations to all the teams registered for the Spring 2020 season. It's another record breaking season creating the largest soccer league in the United States. This season we will welcome 1339 teams, which is a jump of 25 teams from last spring! On top of league play, Heartland will be hosting 5 tournaments this spring. The first tournament to kick off the spring season will be the Border Battle Tournament, February 28-March 1st. We are so proud to host some of the largest and best tournaments in the midwest. 

All games, both league and tournament, will be played at some of the most highly regarded soccer complexes in the nation, including SCHEELS Overland Park Soccer Complex, the new Garmin Olathe Soccer Complex, Wyandotte Sporting Fields and Swope Soccer Village. 

Heartland Soccer Association is the largest youth soccer league in the country with more than 1,300 league teams per season, 21,000 league youth players, 3,000 tournament teams each year, 46,000 tournament players each year, 4,000 coaches and 2,000 active referees. Heartland Soccer Association was formed in 1977 as the Johnson County Soccer League and has grown from an initial 600 players to its current size. Today Heartland Soccer Association is a nonprofit and educational youth soccer association. Although the base for Heartland Soccer is still Johnson County, it now draws teams to play in the league from throughout the metro area. The Heartland tournaments draw teams from as many as a dozen states every year. 

If you would like to become a sponsor with Heartland Soccer Association, please contact Bridgette Samuelson at [email protected] 

December Message From Shane Hackett
Message From Shane Hackett
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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

The Coaches Corner:
Pressing Game
Two teams 5v5 with no

To score a goal teams can
only shoot in their own half.

This game will encourage
players to press high up the

Can they cut out a ball over
the top or stop a shot on

Dear All,

We hope you all had fantastic holiday period with your loved ones.

We are currently seeding for the 2020 Spring season. We tried to accommodate all requests while keeping every division as competitive as possible.

We thought this may be a good time to remind everyone of the FIFA law changes that are in place, especially with the High School aged boys teams who did not play in Heartland in the Fall.
  • At a goal kick and a free kick for the defending team in their own penalty area, the ball is in play when it is "kicked and moved", i.e., it can be played before it leaves the penalty area.
  • For defensive walls, attacking team players must be at least 1 meter away from the defensive wall
  • On Penalty Kicks, the goal keeper has to have one foot on the line 
  • On dropped balls, the ball will be dropped for one player of the team that last touched the ball at the point of the last touch.  All other players must be at least 4.5 yards away.
  • Deliberate handball remains an offense.  There are some additional instruction when handling, even if accidental, will be a free kick.  
  • On the coin toss at the start of the match, the team that wins the toss can now choose to take the kick off or which goal to attack.

Enjoy the rest of the Winter and we hope to see you all on the fields soon.

Heartland Staff

 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
January Health Tip:

With sports camps and more structured activities, kids today are increasingly likely to play their chosen sport year-round. But more time on the field brings a greater risk of experiencing sports-related injuries, including ACL and meniscus injuries in the knee, or injuries to the labrum or UCL in the shoulder and elbow.

Here are 10 injury prevention tips to help keep your young athlete on the field rather than on the sidelines:

1. Talk with your young athlete.
Make sure your young athlete understands that he or she should talk with you and seek help if experiencing a pain or something that just doesn't feel right. Although some kids are "tough" and just push through pain, this can lead to a more serious condition that could have been prevented with early intervention.

2. Get a preseason physical.
A preseason or back-to-school physical is a great way to determine if your young athlete is fit to play. "Sports physicals help assess any areas of concern for athletes before they start an activity, and in turn keeps them from further injuring themselves during play if a condition is present and needs to be treated," says Dr. Lee.

3. Encourage cross-training and a variety of sports.
It's important for athletes to change the sports or activities they are doing so they are not continuously putting stress on the same muscles and joints.  Parents should consider limiting the number of teams their athlete is on at any given time and changing up the routine regularly so that the same muscles are not continuously overused.

4. Stress the importance of warming up.
Stretching is an important prevention technique that should become habit for all athletes before starting an activity or sport. Do a mix of both static and dynamic stretching during warmups to help loosen the muscles and prepare them for play. Toe touches and stretches, where you hold the position for a certain amount of time, are considered static, while jumping jacks and stretches, where the body continues to move during stretching, are considered dynamic.

5. Make sure they rest.
Athletes of all ages need to rest between practices, games and events. A lack of sleep and muscle fatigue predispose an athlete to injury, says Lee. In fact, the most common injuries seen in young athletes are overuse injuries - too many sports and not enough rest. Along these same lines, parents should also plan an offseason for their athlete, giving him or her adequate time to recuperate before the next season.

6. Provide a healthy, well-balanced diet.
It's important for athletes to eat a well-balanced diet full of fruits, vegetables and lean proteins, and to maintain a regular eating schedule. For instance, have breakfast, lunch and dinner around the same time each day. 

7. Emphasize hydration.
Heat-related illness is a real concern for athletes, especially during hot and humid days. Parents should make sure their children have adequate water before, during and after play, and watch for any signs of a heat-related illness, including fatigue, nausea, vomiting, confusion or fainting.

8. Get the proper equipment.
Protective equipment, like helmets, pads and shoes, are very important for injury prevention. Parents should talk with coaches before the season starts so that they have adequate time to properly outfit their child before practices begin.

9. Emphasize proper technique and guidelines.
In every sport, there is a correct way and a wrong way of doing things. For example, football players should be taught the proper way to tackle an opponent to avoid a concussion, and baseball players should be taught the proper way to throw and follow the guidelines on how many throws to make in a day. 

10. Recognize injury and get help early.
If parents notice that there is a change in their athlete's technique, such as a limp when running, throwing differently or rubbing a leg during activity, they should pull the athlete out of play. If the problems persists, parents should seek an assessment for their child prior to returning to the activity.

When to see a doctor for your sports-related injury:
1.Consistent pain during or after sports
2.Persistent or new swelling around a joint
3.Recurrent instability - joints "give way"
4.Painful pops (non-painful pops are OK)
5.Pain that does not respond to a period of rest

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
Law 12 - Fouls and Misconduct - CHARGING: 

Many of us will play Futsal during the winter months.  In the FIFA Laws of the Game, Law 12 details what is a foul in soccer.  These outdoor laws share 13 fouls that will result in a Direct Free Kick.  We can call these the major fouls of soccer. The Law is very specific that the Referee needs to ascertain if the foul was committed in a "careless", "reckless" or "excessive force" manner
Law 12 states, "A direct free kick is awarded if a player commits any of the following offenses against an opponent in a manner considered by the Referee to the careless, reckless or using excessive force:
  • Charges
  • Jumps at
  • Kicks or attempts to kick
  • Pushes
  • Strikes or attempts to strike (including head-butt)
  • Tackles or challenges
  • Trips or attempts to trip
What does the Law mean when it talks about a Charge?  The act of charging is a challenge for space using physical contact within playing distance of the ball without using arms or elbows.  There is no more detailed description of charging in the Law, so we must look to what is being taught in the Referee certification classes.  This starts with the question, is there such a thing as a legal charge? The answer is yes. Shoulder to Shoulder contact is considered legal as long as the player is attempting to play the ball.

In youth matches the issue of legal charging starts with the distinct possibility of there being a major difference in the size of the players.  Let me be clear - it is not a foul to be bigger than your opponent. I think you would agree with me that when a smaller player goes shoulder to shoulder with a larger player (this happens a lot), the Laws of Physics might suggest that the smaller player might not win the battle.  The question for the Referee then is not who wins, but was the charge done fairly (i.e., shoulder to shoulder) while trying to contest for the ball.  
U.S. Soccer shares the following illustration to demonstrate Charging.  The first thing to notice is that this contact is NOT shoulder to shoulder.  The red player used her shoulder, but contacted the white player in the back.  This is not legal and if the Referee observes this contact, they should blow the whistle to signal the foul and then award the Direct Free Kick restart.

Also, the contact should be in the context of trying to win the ball.  If the purpose of the contact is to knock the other player down, then it is not legal and if the Referee observes this contact they should again blow the whistle to signal the foul and award the Direct Free Kick restart.

Finally, in order for charging to be called a foul, the following conditions need to be met:
  1. The action needs to be by a player 
  2. The action needs to be against an opponent (you cannot foul a teammate.  You can do things that will result in Misconduct, but it will not be considered a foul)
  3. The action needs to take place on the field of play
  4. And, finally, it needs to occur while the ball is in play.
This is Installment 1 for 2020.  We will cover details around each of the named fouls as we progress through the season.  Remember what considerations the Referee is using to judge the contact, to determine if it is legal or a foul and then to determine if any additional sanctions are needed.  See you on the pitch.


Registration Deadline is March 9 th , 2020!

2020 Kansas State Cup:
Winners of State Cup advance to the Midwest Regional Championships in Westfield, IN June 19 th - 24 th , 2020!  #KSStateCup  #RoadToKS

2020 Kansas Presidents Cup:
Winners of Presidents Cup advance to the Midwest Presidents Cup in St. Louis, MO June 11 th , - 15 th , 2020!   #KSPresidentsCup  #RoadToNV

2020 Kansas Jr. State Cup:
Games may be played from May 29 th - June 2 nd , 2020.  #KSJrStateCup  #TeamKansas

Papa J ohn's Heartland Referee Spotlight:

Q&A with Sean:
When did you start reffing? August of 2019
What made you decide to get certified to referee? My neighbors encouraged me to ref because they said it was fun.
What is your favorite part about reffing? My favorite part about reffing is the environment-for the most part everyone is fun and good to talk to.
What is a life lesson you feel you have learned from reffing? Treat others the way you want to be treated
What level of referee to you aspire to be? Probably try to reach pro. If not, at least ref high school games

Do you participate in any sports/activities? I play Football, basketball, and track. I enjoy playing with friends and watching netflix. I sometimes go to youth group at life church.

What do you enjoy most? I enjoy football the most because it is fun and you can also hit people as hard as you want.
Do you have another job in addition to reffing? Yes, I work a part-time shift at McDonalds.
What was the last book you read? The last book I read was called Hit Count. It was about a football player that was striving for perfection. My favorite part in Hit Count was when he went up against his step brother and he hit him so hard.
What types of movies do you like? My favorite type of movies are action and adventure movies because they're just more interesting than romance and all of that stuff.
What is your favorite sports team? Chiefs and K- State.

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]
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]

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

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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