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About the Midwest Fall Cup
Lakota FC would like to invite you to the inaugural MIDWEST FALL CUP. With your help, we hope to make this first tournament an exciting one. The tournament will be held at Voice of America Metropark in West Chester Township, Ohio.
We invite all competitive youth soccer teams ages U7-U15 to participate. Each team is guaranteed 3 matches. The divisions are tiered to pool teams of like competition where possible.
The Voice of America Athletic Complex features 20 natural grass fields and two lighted turf fields. The park setting, nearby trails, playground, and lake activities also provides added tournament benefits that your family can enjoy before, during, and after the times that your games take place!
The Midwest Fall Cup tournament committee reserves the right of acceptance, denial or placement of any team. The tournament reserves the rights to consolidate age groups and divisions are as follows Black (Upper), Red (Middle), Gray (Lower) .
Check out our website (https://www.lakotafc.org), Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/LakotaFC), or Twitter (https://twitter.com/lakotafc) for additional information.
Applying is quick and easy using the online form from the menu on the left. Teams are selected based on competitiveness of the team within the bracket and timeliness of the application, so apply early!
Registration paperwork submitted via mail or email. Mail check to Lakota Futbol Club, PO Box 212, West Chester, Ohio 45069.
There will be game day check-in at the Headquarters tent 45 minutes before your first game of the tournament.
Due to COVID-19 guidelines, some age groups will need to play Friday games this year so that all teams can play 3 games.
Awards will be given to first and second place teams.
Thank you for applying to the Lakota FC Midwest Fall Cup! We look forward to hosting a successful first tournament with everybody!!
The 2020 Midwest Fall Cup Tournament Committee
Karen Maslin, Tournament Director
The tournament committee works very hard at scheduling and placing teams according to age, division and according to tournament application, it is your responsibility to fill out application completely and correctly depending on your past league and tournament results. Requests: We do try to accommodate coaching requests for coaches coaching more than one team but sometimes the schedule request is not possible. Any special requests should be made in the Notes section of the application.
IMPORTANT ISSUE: CONCUSSION LAW
In order to protect young athletes, the State of Ohio has passed a concussion law, commonly called the “Return to Play” law. Therefore, all Ohio Tournaments are responsible to monitor and track compliance with the concussion training requirements of the Return to Play law. See O.R.C. 3707.511(C)(1). Tournaments are required to collect and maintain certificates of compliance from the coaches.
1. All coaches MUST complete the Concussion Training Course from either NFHS (preferred) or CDC and submit a COPY of the completed certificate to the tournament. Both online courses are FREE of charge! See the links for the Concussion Form after you CONFIRM acceptance on the forms list.
2. Coaches must also carry their certificate COPY of compliance with them during the event.
3. Coaches are also required per Ohio law, to have distributed a COPY of the Parent Concussion Information Sheet to the parents of their team players.
If these 3 items are not satisfied, those coaches will NOT be able to coach at this event.
If a player is believed, by either a coach, referee or tournament official, to exhibit the signs, symptoms or behaviors of concussion during the tournament, that player shall be prohibited from continuing to play that same calendar day and player card will be pulled and may not play until they have received clearance to “return to play” by a physician or other authorized medical personnel.
IMPORTANT ISSUE: Lindsay’s Law Ohio
Lindsay’s Law, Ohio Revised Code 3313.5310, 3707.58 and 3707.59 went into effect on August 1, 2017. In accordance with this law, the Ohio Department of Health, the Ohio Department of Education, the Ohio High School Athletic Association, the Ohio Chapter of the American College of Cardiology and other stakeholders jointly developed guidelines and other relevant materials to inform and educate students and youth athletes participating in or desiring to participate in an athletic activity, their parents, and their coaches about the nature and warning signs of sudden cardiac arrest. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s-YfCWQPeqw&feature=youtu.be
- Watch Required Video
- Download and/or be handed the SCA Informational Handout
- Sign the Required Signature Form
- Sign the same Required Signature Form that your parent/guardian has signed
- Watch the Required Coach Video
- Download and/or be handed the SCA Information Handout specifically for coaches
Midwest Fall Cup
Karen Maslin, Tournament Director
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