The OASL is the oldest continuously run travel soccer league in Northern Ohio with over 40 years of service to North-East Ohio. Our organization, primarily of volunteers, is a community-based competitive travel soccer league that services the youth of over 20 clubs that support over 40 Northeast Ohio communities. Our seasonal year includes a fall & spring session for our U9 through U14/U15 players.
Our Mission is to provide our children an opportunity to play competitive travel soccer with their community friends. The OASL environment allows them to learn the game & good sportsmanship, while enjoying the appropriate level of game play to challenge them.... all while they are developing long-term friendships.
Play in the new Ohio Travel Soccer League begins this fall. Please use this link to visit the site: www.ohtsl.com. You will find information there for everything that will occur relative to the change for Fall 2013.
When accessing the OASL web site, make sure you are using the new URL: www.oasl.us The Maps section will not function properly if you do not use this web address.
The Ohio Amateur Soccer League (OASL) is again offering a scholarship program for former youth soccer players (members). To download a document with further information and an application please click the following link:
Goal safety is an important responsibility of all administrators, coaches and parents. All member communities must abide by our Goal Safety Procedures. Please visit the Goal Safety page to review them.
No remaining events scheduled for this year.
Please check back soon for new events to be posted.
CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR OASL 2013 SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS
Reminder please make sure all your community playing field locations at current in the Map section and complete the community contacts list and add the coach information.
Reminder Only Club Reps can contact the League Ref Assignor. Coaches and team managers may not contact him. scj
Ref Rates Spring 2013
U8, U9, U10 (6v6) = $28
U11, U12 (8v8) = $34
U13, U14/U15 (11v11) = $40
SCHEDULED HOME TEAM PAYS Referee the FULL FEE before the start of the match.
Referee are required to check all coach/player passes.
If the referee fails to ask to check the passes coaches shall request to have the passes checked by the referee before starting of play.
Clubs should use the “fee form” spreadsheet found under > Information > Procedures. You can mail the fee form and check to OASL Treasurer, Dave Neff. His address is 5479 Chestnut Hill Dr., Willoughby, OH 44094.
Games cards are to be mailed by the home team.
ALL coaches, head and assistant, are required to have the 10/12 coaching certificate or E license to be rostered as a coach or assistant in the OASL. There is a one calendar year grace period to obtain a license or certification for all new coaches registering for the first time in the Fall of 2012. By the second year of coaching, a coach MUST have a license or certification as required or he/she will not be placed on the roster.
Coaches who were previously registered at anytime and are returning to coaching in the OASL must meet the requirement before being added to the roster.
OASL meetings are held at the Solon Community Center and start at 7pm. Internet access is available so reps can bring laptops to get clarification on league one or website issues.
Solon Community Center: 35000 Portz Parkway Solon, Ohio 44139