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We have been approved by the Clark County Parks and Rec to plan events for the fall. These events will only take place if deemed safe by local government officials. Please see each tournament page for details for that event.
We were regisitered and paid for a spring tournament that was postponed. Can we use that payment for a future tournament.
Will we be refunded for a previous payment?
How will we be notified of new dates?
Team managers previously registered for a spring 2020 event will be contacted starting the week of July 13.
What are the potential reschedule dates?
The dates are now posted.
Women's I was scheduled to be at Silver Bowl and Women's II at James Regional, will this be the same when rescheduled?
We have decided to just postpone the Women's I & II until 2021. We will be offering 3 options in the fall that teams can play in in place of the spring tournaments.
Will there be a price difference?
Possibly. If your initial event was planned for Silver Bowl Park and the new event you want to attend is at James Regional then most likely yes. This answer is specific to each event.
What if my team can't make it to any of the postponed tournaments?
We were registered in the Coed Tournament (May 2020) when is this being postponed to?
Will the November tournament still happen?
Luckily as a newer established tournament we have room to expand the number of teams in this event. We will add additional age groups to accommodate the groups left out from the spring events. Once permits are solidified we will update that info on our website.
These are the answers we have right now. As soon as I can fill in the blanks I will, until then I wait patiently like everyone else.
Travel Ideas for the fall...
Deciding to travel can be a hard thing to figure out. Here are few ideas that might make you more comfortable when the time comes.
Friendship Soccer Tournaments are not going away! My dad started these in 1985, when he had his stroke it was uncertain what would happen. I made sure that they continued on and have been working tirelessly the past 8 years to make them bigger and better and this won't stop me! If anything this has given me the motivation to do more with these events. There are so many ideas I have wanted to see brought to life at these tournaments, with this down time it has given me the time to apply for sponsors and grants to make some of them come true. Fingers crossed this turns out a blessing in disguise. Stay safe! Thank you for your patience, Salina!