King Maximus (or "Max" for short) is MTsc nation's leader and MTsc's players are his royal subjects
Metro Tulsa Soccer Club (MTsc) offers soccer programs for all levels of skill for youth players ages 1 1/2 - 18 years old from throughout Oklahoma. MTsc offers programs for youth players of all capabilities from special needs to recreational to elite premier state, regional and national level teams. Let your child's journey start and end with MTsc.
MTsc Programs Include
Additionally, MTsc has up to five tournaments per year (as part of it Challenger Series) including the largest 3v3 tournament in the nation (2 years running) and Oklahoma's largest college showcase. It also holds various Soccer Schools for free throughout the year and has various Family Fun events as well.
To find out more about the Programs we offer, please choose the Program links both above and to your left.
If you have any questions feel free to email us at MTscParentsOnly@att.net (for parents) and all others at MetroTulsaSoccer@att.net or call us at (918) 298-0190
FREE MTsc Goalkeeper School for MTsc Recreational/Friendship U9-U19 Team Keepers Only (Pre-Registration Required by Thursday, October 30; see below)
MEET JUST OUTSIDE MTsc Office Entry Door
5:30 p.m. - 6:30 p.m. Beginner Training
6:45 p.m. - 7:45 p.m. Advanced Training
Keepers wear gear including gloves if have them and bring a soccerball.
Because this is a reschedule date, priority will be given to those on the prior list issued provided that those individuals confirm their attendance by the above mentioned deadline and the following mentioned email address. Otherwise, to pre-register, send an email to MTscParentsOnly@att.net with (a) your goalkeeper's name, (b) the MTsc team they play for (c) their team coaches name and (d) select either Beginner or Advanced session. A maximum of 2 people from the same team are allowed to participate in order to allow other team goalies to also participate. Spot priority is based on pre-registration receipt date and time.
Bring your ball, water and wear shin guards