Competitive Soccer

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Teams are formed at tryouts each year the 2nd weekend in June. They will compete as a team in both the Fall and Spring (not including high school teams) soccer seasons in tournaments and leagues.

Games are typically played at one of four locations – Scheels Overland Park Soccer Complex (Scheels), 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 OP Soccer Club by working with your coach. Locations include Scheels Overland Park Soccer Complex and many of the area school district fields and Indian Hills Middle School plus some other local fields.

The competitive director for OP Soccer Club is MJ Jensen (

Competitive Soccer Calendar

March-May: Spring season

August – October: Fall season

November – February: Winter season

Pre-tryout camp: 1st week in June

Tryouts: 2nd weekend in June (Friday-Sunday)

Full Heartland calendar can be found at:

Email our club manager at with questions.


Fees per year (covers both Fall and Spring seasons):

Game Field Locations

Scheels Overland Park Soccer Complex
13700 Switzer Rd, Overland Park KS 66221
Field Map | Directions

Garmin Olathe Soccer Complex (OSC)
10541 S Warwick St, Olathe, KS 66061
Field Map | Directions

Swope Soccer Village (SSV)
6310 Lewis Road Kansas City, MO 64132
Field Map | Directions

Wyandotte Sporting Fields (WSF) AKA Compass Mineral Fields
1500N. 90th St., Kansas City, KS 66112
Field Map | Directions

Soccer Rules

High School Soccer

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 advice or help.

How to Get Ready for High School Tryouts

NCSA Soccer Recruiting Timeline High School and College 

Kansas State High School Activities Association

College Soccer

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.

NCSA Soccer Recruiting Timeline High School and College

College Soccer Team Search

College SAT Scores

College ACT Scores

NCAA Eligibility Center

Get Recruited to Play College Sports