This years event has passed.
We look forward to seeing you and your team
at the 2019 Tulsa World Cup!
Future Tournament Dates:
November 8-10, 2019
November 13-15, 2020
November 9-11, 2018
Broken Arrow Soccer Club is proud to host this end of season tournament for the 37th year on the best fields in Oklahoma. All games will be played at the Indian Springs Sports Complex. This tournament is open to all recreational teams U6-U19.
Registration Deadline: October 25, 2018
CLUB CHAMPIONSHIP AWARD
Is your club the best around? Register Now to find out! All Top flight (gold) brackets for each age division U7-U19 will be included. Points will be awarded for each club who have teams place in the top three in the Gold Division. All points will be combined for a Club Total.
Any Club that brings 4 or more teams will get $25 off each Teams Registation! Discount will be applied when credit card is processed duirng team acceptance.
SoccerCity Tulsa is offering $50 off Winter 1 Registration and Discounts for Training for any team accepted into the Tulsa World Cup!
For any additional information or questions please email the Tournament Director at firstname.lastname@example.org or call the tournament line at 918-258-5778.
Are You Interested, but Not Committed?
Are you interested in playing, but not fully committed to registering yet? Do you want to see which other teams are interested before you register? We have a solution. Add your name to our Interested list. This does not mean you are registered, you have just expressed intererest and can see what other teams are interested as well. This is not a committment to register, just a way for everyone to express thier interest in the tournament and make the best decision for their team before they register.
To submit your team name Click Here.
To see the list of Interested teams, Click Here.
BASC and City of Broken Arrow Penalty Box Policy
U9 and above teams are not allowed to warm up in the Penalty area before games, at halftime, or after games. This includes warming up the Goalie and any non-player activities. The only activity in the Penalty Box will be during games. Please advise players, coaches, managers and spectators of this policy. Teams who do not comply immediately or violate the policy repeatedly will be subject to disciplinary action, which may include a fine, a deduction of team points, forfeiture of game or expulsion from the tournament.
Team/Spectator Seating Requirements
- For U6 to U8 Teams: The home team sidelines location will be the East or North side of the field and the visiting team will be located on the West or South side of the field. The home team is listed first on the pairings in the qualifying rounds, and is the team on top in the brackets for the quarter/semi-final and final rounds. Each team and its spectators will remain on its designated side of the field throughout the match.
- For U9 to U19 Teams: Teams shall be seated on the side of the field having technical area markings. Spectators shall be seated on the opposite side of the field from team (where bleachers are located - as available) and must remain behind the painted standoff line. Signs will be posted at each field. Coaches are required to remain within their respective technical areas unless invited onto the field of play by the official.
- There shall be no coaches or spectators behind the goal line.
ALL HEAD COACHES ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR THEIR OWN PERSONAL BEHAVIOR, THAT OF THEIR TEAM’S STAFF AND PLAYERS AND THAT OF THEIR SPECTATORS. Referee abuse (by coaches, players or spectators) WILL NOT BE TOLERATED and head coaches can and will be sent off. Coaches/Players sent off will be required to sit out the next scheduled match (semi and final matches included).
Field Marshal Duties for BASC Teams
BASC teams are required to designate one field marshal from their team for each game played. He/She will not miss their child's game. He/She will be assigned to watch their player's game and the game next to it. Please check in at Tournament Headquarters 20 minutes prior to the start of the game to receive a 2 way radio and a vest. In the event of any problems or emergencies, the field marshal should call for assistance on the radio.