Youth Competitive Meeting Minutes (OCC) are posted in the OSA Meeting Minutes section

Competitive Policies (includes OPL, OCL, & Club Pass Policies - Approved June 2015)

Competitive Tryout Reminder 2016

Club Player Pass Process for Clubs: 
Click here

How to Submit No Play Dates

OCC-Promotion, Relegation, & Continuity 2016-2017


SRPL selections are made by using Soccer City OPL standings from spring and fall.  The top four finishers receive SRPL bids.  In the case of teams already in SRPL, head to head competition between OK vs OK teams is used to determine seeding and/or relegation.  The bottom team in SRPL can be challenged by the OPL winner for the SRPL spot.  

*  Teams must also comply with all eligibility rules set forth by US Youth Region III.
*  Teams must register 9 players from their 2014-15 roster in order to maintain continuity and retain their slot.


Spring 2016

* April 24:  Last day scheduled by league

* May 21:  Last day for all Spring 2016 games

Fall 2016

* OCL & OPL teams applications 
   open:  July 3-10

* August 1:  Competitive Registration begins

* August 15:  Competitive Registration closes

* August 27:  OCL/OPL fall season begins


SoccerCity is the proud sponsor of Oklahoma Premier League

OPL questions should be directed to

Game Day Procedures - click here

2016 OK SRPL Qualifiers


*Games will not be scheduled or rescheduled on State Blackout days.
*East/East and West/West games may be scheduled on weeknights where facilities are available.

(The leagues will not schedule games on Friday nights during high school football season) 


Spring 2016 U11-U14 OCL & OPL

February 27-28th is Competitive opening weekend.

March 27th is Easter Sunday an OCL/OPL Black-out Date.
April 16-17th is President's Cup an OCL/OPL Black-out Date
May 21st is the last day for all Spring 2016 games. 


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:
B. 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.
 C. 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.