Heartland Soccer Association, recognized as the largest soccer league and tournament host in the United States, culminated its 2023 league seasons with an extraordinary turnout of 2706 teams, showcasing a diverse range of player skills and dedication.
Accommodating players across all skill levels, from recreational to premier, Heartland Soccer continues to attract over 170 soccer clubs annually. This allows teams to engage in competitive matches at all levels of play, regardless of age.
League matches take place across four top-tier turf facilities, notably the Scheels Overland Park Soccer Complex, Garmin Olathe Soccer Complex, Compass Minerals Sporting Fields, and Swope Soccer Village.
Excitement brews as Heartland Soccer announces the commencement of registration for the upcoming 2024 Spring league. Prospective teams are urged to secure their spots before noon on January 3, 2024 to participate in the action-packed season scheduled to kick off the weekend of February 23-25, 2024. Participating teams can look forward to showcasing their skills and becoming part of the ever-growing community of players, coaches, referees, and parents at the iconic soccer specific complexes.
Shane Hackett, Executive Director of Heartland Soccer, expresses his enthusiasm for the upcoming season, stating, "Following an incredibly successful Fall season, we eagerly anticipate another outstanding Spring league session. We are foreseeing another record number of teams and players as the league attracts more teams from across the Midwest. As the league expand in size and influence, it presents exceptional opportunities for corporate partners and sponsors to engage directly with our soccer families. These partnerships not only support young athletes but also cultivate brand loyalty within an engaged consumer market."
In addition to league play, Heartland Soccer is renowned for hosting 14 exceptional tournaments annually. These tournaments attract over 4,800 teams and a staggering 46,000 youth players from 16 states, including Texas, Minnesota, Louisiana, Oklahoma, Nebraska, Iowa, South Dakota, Wisconsin, Colorado, and Illinois, as well as participants from Canada.
To join in the Heartland Soccer experience, both teams and individuals can explore league play, extraordinary tournaments, and vibrant corporate partnership and sponsorship opportunities by visiting the website at www.heartlandsoccer.net.