If you’re looking for a soccer tournament in Oklahoma, you’ve come to the right place. Below you’ll find the best soccer tournaments in the state of Oklahoma. If you don’t find the right soccer tournament for your team near where you live, it might be worth it to signup for a quality soccer tournament in a larger city or in another state.
BASC Spring Recreational – Broken Arrow Soccer Club (http://www.brokenarrowsoccerclub.org/id88.htm)
The Oklahoma Soccer Association has sanctioned this Tournament. All teams and tournament participants must abide by the Oklahoma Soccer Association’s and US Youth’s policies, rules and regulations and are subject to their disciplinary actions. Any teams wishing to participate in the tournament that are not US Youth members will be required to provide proof of medical & liability insurance. Any team that cannot provide such proof will be required to purchase the Oklahoma Soccer Association’s event insurance.
March 27th – March 29th 2009
U- 7 (4 a-side) U- 8 (4 a-side)
U- 9 (6 a- side) U- 10 (6 a-side)
U- 12 (8 a-side) U- 14
U- 16 U- 19
U-9 Academy (8 a side) U-10 Academy (8 a side)
Lawton Spring Fling Festival – Lawton Soccer Club (http://www.lawtonsoccer.com/)
The first annual Lawton Soccer Club recreational Soccer Tournament sponsored by the Lawton/Ft. Sill Chamber of Commerce and co-sponsored by Comanche Nation Games kicks off March 27-29 2009.
Quickfoot 3v3, 4v4, and 6v6 – Southlakes Soccer Club (http://www.quickfoot.com/)
Red Earth Invitational – NOKC FC (http://www.nokcsoccer.com/pages/RedEarth.htm)
– U11-U18 Boys and Girls Competitive Teams and U9-U10 Academy Teams
– Premier, Classic and Competitive level teams
– Competition available for all teams
– $450(Academy) & $500(U11+) per team
Tulsa Thunder Friendship Cup (http://www.tulsathunder.org/page30/page30.html)
The 13th Annual Friendship Cup will be held at beautiful Valley Park, just a scenic 20 minute drive from Tulsa, and only 10 minutes from Owasso.
According to GotSoccer.com the Friendship Cup is the highest ranked tournament in Oklahoma in both the girls and boys divisions, each division being considered a top 150 tournament in the nation. No other tournament in Oklahoma can make that claim!
Entry fees are $450 (8v8) and $550 (11v11).
We are also now accepting Academy applications for U9 and U10.
Entry fees for Academy are $395.