Frequently Asked Questions
Delayed or Canceled Game Notification
Updates on delayed or canceled games will be updated using the Rainout Line App and can be viewed on our Home page or our RainoutLine website. The status for practice fields will be updated Monday through Friday by 4:00 p.m. Status for game days, will be updated by 8:30 a.m.
You may also call the rainout hotline (913) 347-0993. Option 1 for game fields, option 2 for practice fields. Download the RainoutLine App for Apple and Android to subscribe to notifications automatically.
Games played at Fort Leavenworth fields - call 913-684-5113
Games played at Tonganoxie fields - visit Tongie P&R or call 913-845-3502
Competitive games played with Heartland Soccer, visit their rainout line site
Parent Code of Conduct
The Code of Conduct is developed to define the standards of ethical and moral behavior from parent/guardians of players participating with Leavenworth Soccer Association.
- Support and Encourage: I will support my child's participation in soccer and encourage them to have fun, develop their skills, and enjoy the game.
- Respect for Coaches and Officials: I will respect the authority and decisions of the coaches and game officials, even if I disagree with them. I understand that they are doing their best to provide a positive experience for the players.
- Positive Role Model: I will be a positive role model for my child by demonstrating good sportsmanship, respect for others, and fair play always. I will respect the facilities, equipment, and property of the hosting organization and ensure my child does the same.
- No Yelling or Criticizing: I will not yell at, criticize, or berate my child, their teammates, coaches, opponents, or officials. I will provide constructive feedback and support in a respectful manner.
- Conflict Resolution: If I have concerns or conflicts, I will address them privately and respectfully with the coach or appropriate league officials, following the proper channels for resolution.
- Cheering and Applauding: I will cheer for all players, not just my child, and applaud good plays from both teams. I will not engage in negative comments or taunting towards players, coaches, or officials.
- Safety: I will support and encourage safety measures, such as proper equipment, injury prevention, and compliance with safety guidelines.
- No Pressure: I will not put excessive pressure on my child to perform at a level beyond their capability, and I will focus on their development and enjoyment rather than winning at all costs.
- Privacy: I will respect the privacy and confidentiality of other players and their families, avoiding gossip or sharing sensitive information.
- Compliance with Rules and Regulations: I will ensure that my child and I are aware of and comply with all league rules, codes of conduct, and policies.
By adhering to this Parents' Code of Conduct, we can create a supportive and positive environment for our youth soccer players, allowing them to learn, grow, and enjoy the sport to the fullest. This code serves as a reminder that our primary goal is the well-being and development of our children as they participate in soccer.
LSA will use the following guidelines to ensure the safety of club members during severe weather:
- If the surrounding area is under a thunderstorm or tornado warning, all play will be suspended until the warning expires.
- If lightning is seen or detected within a reasonable distance, all play will be suspended immediately. Play will not restart for a minimum of 20 minutes after the last sign of lightning or thunder. All players, coaches, and spectators must exit the fields and seek shelter inside a building, vehicle, or low-lying area.
Heat & Cold Guidelines
All guidelines will utilize the National Weather Service website for Leavenworth.
- Heat indexes below 95 degrees Fahrenheit – normal activities as scheduled
- Heat indexes over 100 degrees Fahrenheit – limited activities with more frequent water breaks
- Heat indexes over 105 degrees Fahrenheit – activities should be postponed until cooler temperatures
- Wind chill at or above 30 degrees Fahrenheit – normal activities as scheduled
- Wind chill below 30 degrees Fahrenheit – no outdoor activities until warmer temperatures
For more information, visit Recognize to Recover.
For complete Laws of the Game visit US Youth Soccer - Rules of the Game.
Leavenworth, Lansing, Tonganoxie, and Fort Leavenworth may have modified rules for recreational soccer. Contact the Head Referee for specific changes.
Laws of the game by age - last updated spring 2022
The following websites offer resources for volunteers to report abuse.
The address is 3300 14th St. Leavenworth, KS 66048
Our soccer complex has a full service concession stand featuring candy, chips, hot dogs, nachos, water, soda, sports drinks and more. We accept cash and credit. Occasionally, we will bring in outside vendors such as Kona Ice.
We supply benches for the players. Spectators are encouraged to bring their own chairs, blankets, etc. to enjoy the game.
Parking is available in the main lot near the concession stand, and in the west parking lot of Richard Warren Middle School. We ask that you do not park in the grass outside of the gate on 14th street.
Handicap parking is available in our main parking lot. If someone in your party needs assistance getting to/from one of our fields, stop by the concession stand to request a ride via our golf cart.
We do not offer refunds for partial seasons. To help you mitigate your risk, we have teamed with RegSaver. RegSaver offers an insurance policy to cover your registration fees should your child be unable to complete the season. You will have the option to select this insurance policy during registration. See the links below for more details.
According to Wikipedia, Futsal is a football-based game, variation of minifootball played on a hard court, smaller than a football pitch, and mainly indoors. It has similarities to five-a-side football and indoor soccer.
Futsal is played between two teams of five players each, one of whom is the goalkeeper. Unlimited substitutions are permitted. Unlike some other forms of indoor soccer, the game is played on a hard court surface marked by lines; walls or boards are not used. Futsal is played with a smaller, harder, low-bounce ball than football. The surface, ball and rules together favour ball control and passing in small spaces. The game's emphasis is "on improvisation, creativity and technique."