Keep updated with Missouri competitions that the 2017 season holds. For all local and statewide tournaments, along with State Cup and Presidents Cup, the information can be found on this page.
MISSOURI SANCTIONED TOURNAMENTS
Click Here for a complete listing of upcoming tournaments hosted by MYSA members.
The 2017/2018 Fall Missouri State Cup pool play weekend will be held October 27-29, 2017. The semis/finals weekend will be held November 11th – 12th, 2017. The event is being held in multiple weekends, so as to be more accommodating to the quality of play, team travel, and various tournaments throughout the fall. This event will be for the 15U thru 18U girls age groups (State Cup) with a 19U bracket being played in Summer 2018. This fall’s event will be held in St. Lous, MO.
REGISTRATION LINK and Tournament page – CLICK HERE
2017 FALL MISSOURI PRESIDENTS CUP
The 2017/2018 High School Girls Presidents Cup is open to girls’ teams 15U to 18U. The round robin play of the event will be held in Springfield Missouri and hosted by Lake Country Soccer over October 21-22nd. Semifinal and Championships will be played simultaneously with the Mo State Cup playoff rounds on November 11th-12th in St. Louis, MO. NOTE: 18U age group only advances to the REGIONAL level, there is no National Series at this age group.
REGISTRATION LINK and Tournament Page – CLICK HERE
MIDWEST REGIONAL LEAGUE
(MRL) features three tiers — Premier I, Premier II and First Divisions — to ensure the highest level of meaningful competition among . The league provides an opportunity for the most competitive teams in the Midwest to play each other on a scheduled basis while also competing for placement in the prestigious US Youth Soccer Regional Championships, as well as automatic qualification into the highly-competitive US Youth Soccer National League.
Visit our MRL Page for the link and more details.
A list of Clubs sanctioned by MYSA can be found here.
In addition to Missouri sanctioned tournaments, you may find a regional tournament listing at The Tournament Center, a collaborative effort by 11 of the 14 Region II State Associations