Looking for a great fitness program?

Conditioning camp 2017

Looking for a great fitness and pre-season conditioning program? 

Or do you want to kick the dust off your son or daughter to get them away from their indoor summertime cocoon? 

This camp is for players ages 9 through 17. John Rhein, nationally licensed and Girls Director of Coaching at TSC Hurricane will be conducting this conditioning camp which has proven to be very popular with thousands of soccer players statewide. Registration for this camp is open thru July 24th, Click Here to Register!.

Date: Monday, July 31 thru Thursday, August 3

Time: 6:30PM to 8:30PM

Place: Indian Springs Soccer Complex

Cost: $35 per player

Deadline to register: July 24th

Who’s invited? Ages 9 thru 17 Oklahoma Soccer Association Registered Recreational Players (if you’re not sure, call the BASC office 918-258-5770.)

What’s included? All players receive a camp shirt, professional training from a national recognized coach, and learn the benefits of proper stretching & conditioning.

What to bring? Water, water, & more water! Wear comfortable, loose fitting athletic clothing (definitely shorts – not pants), and bring soccer cleats, shin guards and a soccer ball, as you will need them for this camp.

Questions? Email John Rhein:  rjrheinkix@yahoo.com 

Is Your Athlete Ready To Play?

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Two important things to get your player started with fall soccer & the benefits of staying and playing in youth sports (especially soccer!)

  1. Register for the BASC fall soccer league.
  2. Register for the BASC fall conditioning camp.

Being involved in athletic experiences isn’t just about winning or losing,” says Dr. Joel Fish, Director of the Center of Sports Psychology, and author of 101 Ways to Be a Terrific Sports Parent: Making Athletics a Positive Experience for Your Child. “It’s about more important things like effort, skill-building and team participation.”

Part of being an athlete is learning how to persist through difficult tasks, especially when the going gets tough. “Sports helps kids learn techniques to deal with great pressure,” explains Fish.

Being part of a sports team helps kids develop crucial social skills. Whether they are listening to other people’s perspectives or placing the needs of the team before their own, young athletes are taught that, for a team to effectively work together, all members must respect each other’s abilities, contributions, and opinions.

There are valuable life lessons in playing team sports!  Sign your player up today to begin their new sports experience!  Register HERE!

Summer Conditioning Camp

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Back By Popular Demand!

BASC Pre-Season Conditioning Camp – Register Here!

Looking for a great fitness and pre-season conditioning program?  Or do you want to kick the dust off your son or daughter to get them away from their indoor summertime cocoon.  This camp is for players ages 9 through 17.  John Rhein, nationally licensed and Girls Director of Coaching at TSC Hurricane will be conducting this conditioning camp which has proven to be very popular with thousands of soccer players statewide. Registration for this camp is open thru July 24th, Click Here to Register!.

Date: Monday, July 31 thru Thursday, August 3

Time: 6:30PM to 8:30PM

Place: Indian Springs Soccer Complex

Cost: $35 per player

Deadline to register:  July 24th

Who’s invited? Ages 9 thru 17 Oklahoma Soccer Association Registered Recreational Players (if you’re not sure, call the BASC office 918-258-5770.)

What’s included? All players receive a camp shirt, professional training from a national recognized coach, and learn the benefits of proper stretching & conditioning.

What to bring? Water, water, & more water!  Wear comfortable, loose fitting athletic clothing (definitely shorts – not pants), and bring soccer cleats, shin guards and a soccer ball, as you will need them for this camp.

Questions? Email John Rhein:  rjrheinkix@yahoo.com 

Boys Coaches vs. Girls Coaches Soccer Match

Calling All BASC Coaches!

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Coaches – Come out and Show your Skills at the Boys Coaches vs. Girls Coaches Soccer Match!

Players – Come out and Cheer your Coach on to Victory!

Where: Indian Springs Soccer Complex – Field #6

When: Thursday, May 25, 2017

Time: Game starts at 6:30pm, 11 vs. 11


To participate in the coaches vs coaches game contact:

Boys Coaches, contact: Steve Mosinski

Girls Coaches, contact: Kyle Houston


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Enjoy the following from the Concession Stand.

  • $.50 hot dogs
  • $1 Popcorn
  • $1 Candy
  • $1 drinks (Power Aid, Bottled Water, & Large Fountain Drinks)

Looking for a great soccer camp opportunity?

Summer soccer camp

BASC Summer SKILLS Camp is your answer!

This camp is for players ages 3 through 19.

BASC will have licensed coaches from BASC and TSC Hurricane to conduct this skills camp!

Stay in top soccer shape and keep up with your skills this summer by attending this summer camp.

Registration for this camp is open thru May 31st, Click Here to Register!.

Date: Wednesday, June 7th thru Friday, June 9th

Time: 6:00PM to 9:0PM

Place: Indian Springs Soccer Complex

Cost: $60 per player

Deadline to register:  May 31st

Who’s invited? Ages 3 thru 19 Oklahoma Soccer Association Registered Recreational Players (if you’re not sure, call the BASC office 918-258-5770.)

What’s included? All players receive a camp shirt, skills training from licensed coaches.

What to bring? Water, water, & more water!  Wear comfortable, loose fitting athletic clothing (definitely shorts – not pants), and bring soccer cleats, shin guards and a soccer ball, as you will need them for this camp.

Questions? Email info@bascok.com 

Springtime Soccer Weather

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Its Springtime in Oklahoma!  And that means unpredictable weather.  Soccer is a sport that is played in all kinds of weather and its hard to tell just by looking at the forecast whether or not you will have a game this weekend.

Always check the BASC website for field closure information.  Whenever our field committee makes the decisions to close the fields for weather or other reasons, it will be posted on the field status page of the website.  In addition you can sign up to receive text messages about the field status.  You will receive a text whenever the status of the fields changes.

If you are already out at Indian Springs Soccer Complex and the weather turns bad, please pay attention to the Thorguard System, the automatic lightning detection system.  The Thorguard system is in two locations at the Indian Springs Soccer Complex: the city barn on the east side and the concession stand on the west side.  If Thorguard detects lightning, it will sound one long horn blast and the strobe light on top of the buildings will begin to flash.  At that time EVERYONE must clear the fields and return to their vehicles.  The system begins a 10 minute countdown.  If at the end of that countdown the conditions have cleared, the system will sound the all clear.  If the conditions have not cleared, the countdown will begin again.  No one is allowed back on the field until the all clear has sounded.  Once lightning has moved out of the area, Thorguard will sound three back to back horn blasts and the strobe light will go off.

Please click here for the complete inclement weather policy including details of the Thorguard system.

Even though soccer is a game played in all types of weather, BASC always considers the players’ safety to be of the utmost importance.  Please always pay attention to and abide by the field status and the Thorguard system to ensure safety.

New Discounts for 2017 Spring Tournament

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The 2017 13th BASC and Soccer City Spring Tournament, presented by Academy Sports and Outdoors is coming up, April 21-23, 2017.  Registration is now open and can be found online at: http://www.bascok.com/tournament-information/spring-recreational-tournament.

New this year:  Broken Arrow Soccer Club wants you to get credit for your travel time. Receive $1 off of your registration fee for every mile you drive to reach the tournament. (Mileage will be figured based on the distance from your home club’s office to Indian Springs Soccer Complex, distance discounts to be determined by Tournament Staff. Discounts will be taken at the time of acceptance. Your credit card will not be charged until your team is accepted.)

Want to see how big your discount will be? The address for Indian Springs Soccer Complex is 13600 S 145th E Ave, Broken Arrow, OK.

Discount will be taken when the team is accepted to the tournament.  The card used for payment will not be charged until the team is accepted.

BASC is also holding a giveaway for all coaches who enter their teams into the tournament.  Enter your team and you will automatically to be entered to win one of several prizes:

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Register your team now to secure your spot in this year’s tournament!

EVERYTHING IS AWESOME SPRING

 

Tourney Time!

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The deadline to register for the 13th Annual Broken Arrow Soccer Club and Soccer City Spring Recreational Tournament is fast approaching!  The deadline to register is April 8, 2017.

Playing at a tournament is a great opportunity for your team to get more play time, more touches on the ball and experience playing against different teams. When possible our tournament committee matches up teams that do not play each other during the regular season.  Each team will play a minimum of 3 games during the course of the tournament.  The scheduler will try to avoid scheduling out of town teams for Friday evening games.

The Spring Tournament is open to recreational teams ages U6-U19 who are registered with a US Soccer affiliated club.   Click here to register your team  for the Spring Tournament.

There are discounts available for the Spring Tournament.  If your club has never been represented at our tournament before, you will receive $100 off of your registration fee.  If your club has 4 or more teams attend the tournament, each team will receive $25 off of the registration fee.  All discounts are taken when the team is accepted into the tournament.  All teams are accepted closer to the registration deadline.  The card used as payment for the tournament will not be charged until the team has been accepted and any discounts have been applied.

Visit the Tournament Web Page for all the tournament details including the registration fees, links to the tournament rules and the hotel reservation site.

Soccer Goal Safety

Soccer Goal Safety

Broken Arrow Soccer Club believes that maintaining soccer goal safety is a high priority! Please remember that all goals must be staked for every use whether it’s practice or games!  Never allow anyone to climb, swing, play or hang on soccer goals or nets. Goals can fall over causing serious injury or death.

  • At every single league game or scrimmage, please check that each of your goals are securely staked into the ground. If your goals are not staked properly, please notify your referee immediately before the game begins!

Please remind everyone of the dangers of unsecured goals and that any persons climbing, swinging, playing or hanging on goals or attempting to move goals is not permitted. We need your assistance with this important safety priority.

Show REFspect!

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Broken Arrow Soccer Club does not tolerate referee abuse of any kind.

Your referee asks that you please remember the following:

  • On most occasions, I will be a school child/student, not an adult
  • I am learning
  • There will be decisions I get wrong
  • Some decisions will be against you-its not a conspiracy.
  • Don’t judge me like an experienced premier league referee
  • I love this game and I want your son/daughter to love this game.

We expect BASC members to treat all of the referees (at both home and away games) with respect.  If there is an issue with a referee or you would like information on how you can become a referee, please contact the Area Referee, Bill Harn, areareferee@bascok.com.  If you are in need of a referee for a scrimmage please contact the Referee Assignor, Mike Naumann, bassignor@hotmail.com.

Please show REFspect!  #NoRefNoGame