Fall Tournmaent Series Concludes with Sold Out All Boys Weekend at the Heartland Invitational Tournament
Youth soccer tournament set to bring in an estimated economic impact of $5.9 million.
“There’s no better time to live, work and PLAY in Olathe! Renovations are underway at the College Boulevard Activities Center (CBAC) and the Olathe District Activity Center (ODAC) in Olathe, Kansas, that will enhance the way sporting events are hosted and played. The new facility enhancements to both complexes are expected to be completed by March of 2015.
The CBAC and ODAC venues will host many tournaments in 2015, including the MIAA Men’s and Women’s Soccer Championships. All fields at both venues will feature a new-artificial turf, and each facility will be equipped with a full-size football field, two full-sized soccer fields, two baseball fields, and two softball fields. Additionally, ODAC is equipped with a USATF-certified track and this site has been used to host a number of successful events, including the 2013 Outdoor Masters Championships. And across town at CBAC, ten new state-of-the art tennis courts will be ready for use in early 2015.
Both venues can hold an impressive amount of spectators, too – up to 6,500 fans in the football and soccer stadiums; 3,500 split between the soccer and tennis courts; 500 for baseball; and 250 for softball.”