Leavenworth Soccer Club

LSC Storm


The LSC Board of Directors support tournament teams at ages U10 and above under the LSC Storm name.  It is our belief that for players and parents looking for more competition above and beyond recreational soccer, tournaments provide a fun way to experience what competive soccer is all about while providing a low cost and minimal time commitment compared with a full season competitive option.

Teams and players U11/12 competing in tournaments who seek additional soccer beyond our recreational programs should contact leavenworthsoccerclub@gmail.com for more information about LSC Storm PSPL team non-rec opportunities.

About Tournaments

Tournaments are one of the most exiting parts of soccer – they provide team bonding, a fun competitive environment for players, a chance to meet new teams and an overall celebration of soccer!

There are several ways you can participate in tournaments. Below are links to local tournaments that are approved by either US Club Soccer or Washington Youth Soccer as safe tournaments.

Additionally, US Club runs State Cup Tournaments each year to provide teams at all levels of play the opportunity to continue to compete in post-league play. These tournaments advance winning teams on to Regional and National level competitions run by US Club Soccer.

We hope your team chooses to participate in these soccer experiences – good luck!

Flexility and Benefits

US Club Soccer teams and teams registered with other U.S. Soccer Federation affiliates may participate in any unrestricted US Club Soccer-sanctioned tournament.

The tournament may establish its own roster and competition rules, which need to be approved by US Club Soccer. In all tournaments its strongly encourage that players be allowed to “play up” in age group.

Loan rules to allow players to play on other teams from the same club and even other clubs for the purposes of tournament participation is allowed, but will be reviewed as part of the tournament’s proposed competition rules, and ultimately are for the tournament host to decide.

Obtaining Player Pass Cards grants liability and medical insurance coverage for the host organization as well as all US Club Soccer teams and participants. This simplifies attendance for teams, especially if a number of non-US Club Soccer teams are not able to obtain insurance from their state association.

Below are the steps needed to keep playing soccer year round in many of the tournaments thoughout the northwest!

Posted May 14, 2017

Step 1: Make sure you have enough players for a tournament:

Gather players and parents who are registered to play soccer for the season and built your "tournament team".  This team should include as many kids and parents as you wish who are excited about soccer and who are willing to make the commitment to attend pre-tournament practices and travel to tournaments thoughout the state (and even multi-state) to continue their soccer experience.  Parents should know that additional fees are required for tournament team insurance and passcard issuance.  Currenly the additional cost for the 2014-2015 season is $14 for U11 and under and $18 for U12 and above.  This is good through July 31st.

Step 2: Get passcards issued for each player:

Player passcards is what proves that your players are allowed to play soccer under the insurance umbrella of US Club Soccer and Leavenworth Soccer Club.  Just submit the following information to leavenworthsoccerclubregistrar@gmail.com so that player passcards can be issued.  First Name, Last Name, Birthdate, Gender, Address, City, State, Zip, Home Phone, Cell Phone, Email

Lists should be emailed with Excel File attached with a column for each of the required infomation above and a row for each player on the team.

Step 3: Register for tournaments

Once you have confirmation that passcars have been issued you may register for any number of tournaments throughout the northwest.

Below are links to both US Club Soccer sanctioned and Washington Youth Soccer sanctioned tournaments.

Always check with the tournament orgnizer for team eligibility and rules.

US Club Soccer Sanctioned Tournaments


Washington Youth Soccer Sanctioned Tournaments


Step 4: Practice before the tournament and have fun!

Make sure to have a couple of practices before each tournement just to make sure the soccer skills are back in shape.  This will help prevent injury and ensusre you have a fun tournament experience.  Remember to make the most of tournements with your team.  Explore the local sights and scene of the tournament towns.  Take lots of pictures and have fun!

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