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Midwest Adult Premier cup

11 v 11 Adult Soccer Tournament

O’Fallon, Illinois

July 28th-31st, 2022

Introducing the 1st Annual Midwest Adult Premier Cup! The only US Soccer sanctioned adult tournament held in the St. Louis region.  We are looking forward to an incredible tournament weekend, filled with incredible soccer, great food & drink vendors on site, and to see what team will take home the cash prize and be crowned our first ever tournament champion.

 Tournament ENTRY

$995

Register Early to guarantee acceptance
$150 deposit LockS In YOUR team
Currently accepting teams. Once registration is full, a waitlist option will be available for interested teams.
Men’s Open | Competitive
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CASH PRIzES!

Tournament champions will take home no less than $1500 and as much as $3000. Actual prize money dependent upon final number of entered teams.

Game Guarantee

All teams are guaranteed 3 group games. Division Finalists may play up to 5 games including the division championship.

All Turf Facility

O’Fallon Family Sports Park is home to 8 premium lighted field turf fields, just 15 minutes from downtown St. Louis.

Game Format

Group stage games are 70 minute matches (2 35 minute halves). Semifinal & Championship games are 90 minute matches. All games are played with standard FIFA laws, with the exception of unlimited substitutions.

Certified Referees

A standard 3 referee system will be utilized in all games, with all referees holding current USSF certification. Our assignment list is carefully curated to ensure a quality on-field experience.

What divisions are available?

We are currently registering teams for Men’s Open – Competitive. If you have a team you are wanting to register that would be better suited as a recreational team or over 30s/35s/40s, please contact us. Additional divisions may be added if there is enough interested teams.

When will games be played?

All teams should expect to play one game the opening day of the tournament, Friday evening, 2 or 3 games on Saturday. Semifinals & Finals will be held Sunday. Game-times will be determined by final number of teams. We will try to comply with scheduling requests if possible.

How many players can I roster? How do they register?

Teams may roster up to 22 players. Rosters may not be modified after the start of the first game. All 22 players are eligible to play each game. Players must hold a valid player card from a USASA sanctioned league or they may purchase a tournament pass for $5. Tournament passes are issued to a specific player and must have a photo id matching the name on their card.  Team managers will receive additional information upon team registration.

What are the specific rules of competition?

FIFA laws will be followed with the following exceptions.
– Unlimited substitutions allowed as long as substitutions are not disrupting the flow of the game.
– There will be no extra time for group stage games ending in a tie.
– Quarterfinal and Semifinal matches that are tied at the end of regulation will be decided by kicks from the penalty mark following standard FIFA laws.
– The Championship match will follow standard FIFA laws by playing two 15 minute extra time period (no golden goal) if the match is tied at the end of regulation. Matches remaining tied after extra time will be decided by kicks from he penalty mark.

What are the rules pertaining to Yellow or Red cards?

Yellow card cautions do not accumulate from game to game. However, two yellow cards received in the same match by the same player will result in a red card being issued. A red card received in a match will result in the player being sent off. Players sent off for anything other than violent conduct will receive a 1 match suspension. Players sent off for violent conduct will be suspended for the remainder of the tournament.

Are there gear/uniform requirements?

Shin guards are required for all players. No metal cleats are allowed. Molded cleats or turf shoes recommended. All teams are required to have matching numbered jerseys. In the event of a color conflict, the team listed first on the schedule is required to change.  Alternate jerseys do not require numbers.