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Oklahoma Premier League - OPL



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On November 8, the competitive clubs approved restructuring of the Oklahoma Premier and Competitive leagues to the following format:

  • OPL Gold Division becomes - Oklahoma Super Premier League  
  • OPL Silver Division becomes – OPL Division One
  • OCL Division 1 becomes – OPL Division Two*
  • OCL Division 2 becomes – OPL Division Three*

*Note – As has been the policy in OCL, there continues to be no league fee for OPL 2 & OPL 3.


2018 Spring League Play Dates U11-U19

  • December 1 - Spring 2018 Registration Opens

  • December 10 - Last Day for Fall 2017 Play

  • December 15 - Spring 2018 League Placement Published

  • January 15 - Registration Closes

  • February 13 - Spring 2018 Skelton Schedules published to clubs and teams

  • February 16 - Spring 2018 Schedules sent to club assignors for field assignment


  • February 18 - Spring 2018 Schedules posted for public


  • February 24 - Spring 2018 Season Opens

    • Play Weekends

      • February 24-25

      • March 3-4/ Festival

      • March 10-11 

      • March 17-18

      • March 24-25

      • March 31

      • April 7-8 / Festival

      • April 21-22 / Festival Rainout Dates

      • May 5

      • May 12

  • May 18 - Spring 2018 Season Ends


15U-19U Spring 2018 Information

Will play base target of 6 games, home/away format with self-schedule (within skeleton schedule). 



OPL/OCL Referee fees per team, per game:

17U -19U      : $75.00 per team/per game

15U – 16U    : $67.50 per team/per game

13U – 14U     : $60.00 per team/per game

11U – 12U     : $50.00 per team/per game

The home hosting club will schedule and pay the referees for regular spring season games.

On the festival weekends, for those games that clubs wanted to play festival games:

March 3-4 at Edmond

April 7-8 at Titan Sports Complex (Tulsa Area) 9850 S Elwood Ave, Jenks

  • Referees will be scheduled by OSA by Jeremy Crockett as Referee Assignor.
  • Referees will be paid through Arbiter that following week.
  • Clubs will be invoiced for their club festival games played at the festival site on that weekend – ½ of referee game fee after each festival weekend. 
  • Clubs will be invoiced 100% on forfeits or no shows.



If you have questions about OCL or OPL please contact Pauletta Price at

OSA Competitive Staff

ADOC , Competitive - David Yates - Email

Competitive VP - Quant Tran - Email

Director of Operations - David Moore - Email 

Director of Competitive Programs - Paulette Price - Email

To assist our members with communication on the competitive leagues, we have established the communication links with the Club Directors of Coaching. Information, questions and concerns can many times be  addressed by your club coach and/or Director of Coaching. Items that cannot be answered within your club communication can be directed to:

Rules and Policies

David Yates, Competitive Chair/ADOC

Quan Tran - OSA VP Competitive

Scheduling, Rosters and Registration

Scheduling Committee

·         Robert Allen

·         Quan Tran

·         Gary Boreham


Pauletta Price, Director of Competitive Programs

Facility, Complexes and Fields

David Moore, Director of Operations.

OPL OCL communication links 2017

Travel During Severe Weather  

The safety of our members is always our top priority at OSA. Due to the potential for severe weather in every season, please check with the complex where you are scheduled to play to ensure it is open. If it is not safe to travel please contact your opponent as early as possible for information and site situation. Clubs should consider contacting opponents who are traveling to forewarn them of complex closures or time/field changes due to severe weather conditions. Referee assignors should be informed of any changes to schedules due to severe weather conditions. Good luck on the pitch and please be safe.

From the OPL League Policies concerning game cancellation due to weather:

Temperature –  in consideration that the League is a fall extended season that plays through the winter months, the follow guidelines will be used to determine if a game can be cancelled based on the current mean temperature at the start of play:

  1. 40 degrees or above – The match will play as scheduled, if a team decides not to play then the result will be recorded as a forfeit (3-0) and team forfeits their bond.
  2. 20-39 degrees - Game may be played if both teams and OSA deem appropriate. Any of the three parties can "veto" playing and the game will be rescheduled.
  3. 19 degrees or below – Game(s) will be postponed.
In the event of diminished playing circumstances (rain, cold, etc.) if the complex remains open and the referee declares the field conditions safe for play, the teams/coach do not have the authority, even by mutual agreement to reschedule the match. Failure to play the match will result in a review by the LOC and the match may be declared a forfeit or double forfeit.
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