Owasso Soccer Club is proud to announce this year’s partner is Owasso Community Resources for their upcoming benefit small-sided tournament onSaturday, July 9th, 2016. OSC is happy to be working with such a great campaign that raises more than just money to support individuals & families in our area. TheOwasso Community Resources mission is Investing in our community … One life at a Time! Dedicated to helping Owasso and surrounding area residents in need.
This small sided soccer tournament will have age brackets for U5 players through Adults, with brackets for all teams and levels of play. This includes; recreational, academy, competitive and Adult, Co-ed & Over 30. Mix and match players from other teams, so bring your buddies together for some summer fun. Deadline to register will be July 1st.
Previous Tournament Information:
- OSC has hosted this event for 11 years
- Teamed up with local charities to give back to the community
- OSC donated $6000 to OCR along with food and household items
- Provides fun and competitive enjoyment for all ages whether youth or adult
- Last year = 191 teams
- Over 1800 players
- Over 5000 total people—players, parents, grandparents, siblings, volunteers, officials, etc.
Owasso Benefit Small-sided Tournament
Saturday July 9th, 2016
U5-U12 plays 4v4 no goalies $190
U13-Adult plays 6v6 with goalies $280
3 Games Guaranteed
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MIX & MATCH players from all around (friends, family or different teams)
Notes: School year age groups will be still be in effect. So what ever age group you played in the Spring with be your age group for Tourney. Next years tournament will follow the new Pure Age grouping
APPLICATION DEADLINE: July 1st, 2016
(There are NO refunds after team acceptance.)
Awards: U5 & U6 (Festival format so all players receive medals). U8 – Adults compete for 1st & 2nd Place.
Sanctioning: US Youth (Open to ALL USYS or US Club teams!!) Hosting Documents.
Traveling teams: Contact one of our host hotels below & request Tournament rate-
To Be Determined…….
Questions: Contact Robert Allen (Tournament Director)
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OTHER IMPORTANT INFO
HYDRATE – NOW is the time to get players drinking water. They are not accustom to playing so many games back to back in a short period of time with temps in the 90s.
TRAFFIC – With over 5000 people attending it will be EXTREMELY HEAVY. Carpooling is recommended / Parking and riding in. Planning to arrive AT LEAST an hour before game time is a MUST. Parking attendants will be DIRECTING where to park & WILL NOT answer questions because it slows down traffic flow.
FIELD MAP – Make sure to have everyone review the field map posted online. We will have to add 4 fields due to the increase of teams but for the most part it will be the same. Parking attendants will be DIRECTING where to park & WILL NOT answer questions because it slows down traffic flow.
SETUP – Teams are allowed to come out Friday evening after 6pm to claim their ground, however items left at your own risk. Make sure to leave enough space off the fields. Min 5 yards required.
PHOTO / VIDEO – OSC reserves the right to capture photos & video footage at our complex for future promotion of the event. We will have a drone flying overhead recording many matches all throughout the day. SMILE your on camera.
CHECK IN – PREFERRED TIME Friday 6-830pm if unable then you must arrive Saturday 7-9am after that we must move on to other tasks. Rosters are final once your 1st match has begun.
ANY TEAM NOT CHECKED IN BEFORE THEIR FIRST MATCH WILL FORFEIT THAT MATCH
A little about Owasso Community Resources…
Owasso Community Resources is a private non-profit 501(c)(3), our mission is to build a strong community by helping Owasso and Collinsville residents in need through investing in one life at a time.*
They provide basic needs for families facing economic hardship. OCR provides help and hope through emergency food and utility assistance, on-site counseling services through partner agencies, job search assistance and referrals to area agencies. They are committed to helping families move closer to a long-term self-sufficiency while lessening agency dependence.