Midwest City Soccer Club
The Competitive program at Midwest City Soccer Club is designed to provide a place to play for those seeking a consistently greater challenge in both training and competition. Once a player is enrolled into the Competitive program, they will be placed onto a team with a Nationally certified trainer, and will play in a competitive group against tougher competition. There are multiple levels of competition inside the Competitive program in which teams will have the option of being placed into; FCSA Competitive, OPL Tier 2, OPL Tier 1, PLW or USYSA Regional Premier League.
1. FCSA Competitive is organized and administered by Frontier Country Soccer Association and is made of teams around the FCSA scope of the 13 counties around the Oklahoma City Metro area. More information about FCSA Competitive may be found at FCSA's website at http://www.okfcsoccer.com
2. OPL (Oklahoma Premier League) Tier 2 is organized and administered by Oklahoma Soccer Association (OSA) and is made up of teams from around the state. This is the second tier of OPL. More information about OPL Tier 2 and OPL Tier 1 can be found at OSA's website at http://www.oksoccer.com
3. OPL Tier 1 is also organized and administered by Oklahoma Soccer Association (OSA) and is made up teams from around the state as well. This is the top tier of the Oklahoma Premier League. OPL Tier 1 and Tier 2 work through relegation and promotion. More information about OPL Tier 1 and OPL Tier 2 may be found at OSA's website at http://www.oksoccer.com
4. PLW is organized and administered by USYSA Region III and is made up of teams from Region III, the region that covers both Oklahoma and Texas. More information may be found about PLW at OSA's website at http://www.oksoccer.com or on USYSA's website at http://www.usyouthsoccer.org
5. USYSA Regional Premier League is organized and adminsitered by USYSA Region III and is made up of the top teams from the region. Regional Premier League and PLW work through relegation and promotion as well. More information regarding PLW and Regional Premier League may be found on OSA's website at http://www.oksoccer.com or at USYSA's website at http://www.usyouthsoccer.org
Of course, each league contains its own costs, rules and variable parameters for entry. Each team's coach, trainer and team manager will be able to provide more information with which to better guide you. For more information on Competitive soccer in please contact us at MWCSoccer@live.com