Teams are formed at tryouts
Games are typically played at one of four locations – Scheels Overland Park Soccer Complex (OPSC), Swope Soccer Village (SSV), Wyndotte Sporting Fields (WSF) and Heritage Soccer Park (HSP). Maps and directions are further down the page.
Practice locations for competitive teams are assigned by Overland Park Soccer Club by working with your coach. Many of the locations include many of the area school district fields and Indian Hills Middle School plus some other local fields.
The director of competitive soccer for OPSC is Tim Chik.
Spring Calendar – Competitive Soccer
March 6-8, 2020: Season begins
May 22-24, 2020: Rainout weekend – makeup games
Full Heartland calendar can be found at: https://www.heartlandsoccer.net/calendar/
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The purpose of The Overland Park Soccer Club is to provide an opportunity for players to learn and play the game of soccer, at any level of competition, in a safe, fun and value-oriented environment, encouraging sportsmanship and the development of skills to the highest potential.
We welcome independent teams. Please discuss your situation with OPSC’s director of coaching, Tim Chik, to determine if we are a good fit for your team.
Fees per year (covers both Fall and Spring seasons):
Fees includes: Heartland registration fee, practice field rental and OPSC administrative fee for each player. This could include but not limited to practices at Indian Woods Middle School or Hocker Grove and other turf locations as they open up as well as other local fields.
- Competitive uniform kit is $150.00 (Uniforms are typically good for 2 years – through Spring 2020, we will have new uniforms for Fall 2020)
- Coaching fee – The coaching fee charged by OPSC coaches vary depending on experience and qualifications – please discuss with coaches at tryouts (In the range of $25-50 per month for 10 months or for the number of months the coach is coaching and based on level of coaching license)
- Tournament fees – Dependent on number of players, tournament fee & number of tournaments played
#1 OPSC parent code of conduct
(All players’ parents must sign to play soccer)
#2 USYSA Medical Release Form
(Notarized release form for OPSC Heartland Teams and in any tournaments)
Playing high school soccer is an important objective for many players. Consider taking time to read the following links and talk to your club coach for advise or help.
Playing college soccer is very selective and not for everyone. If you want to play college soccer (D1, D2, D3 or NAIA) have realistic goals and start to plan for it early.