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The Midwest Classic is hosted by the Heartland Soccer Club and, over the last six years, has established itself as one of the premier soccer tournaments in Iowa. Its central location attracts teams from all over the Midwest to play against opponents that they may not otherwise have the opportunity to face.

The Cedar Rapids metropolitan area provides a soccer setting where teams from many of the largest cities in the region can compete with minimal expense and drive reasonable time.

Find out more by reaching out directly to the tournament director

More Info

The event is played at the Tuma Sports Complex in Cedar Rapids, IA, the largest tournament-level soccer complex in Iowa. The facility can host up to 20 full-sized fields at one location.

Hosted by: FC United Soccer Club
Location:Marion, IA
Dates: September 28-29
Ages: U8-U18
Format: U8 - 4v4
U9-U10 - 6v6
U11-U12 - 8v8
U13-U18 - 11v11
Cost: U8 - $300
U9-U10 - $350
U11-U12 - $490
U13-U15 - $525
U16-U18 - $550
Application Deadline:September 16
Tournament Director: Linda Williams
Contact Info: Email

Check Hotel Availability


Places to Stay in the Area can help you find terrific group deals on a number of hotels in the area through the Partner Network. All you have to do is click on the link, plug in the tournament dates and location and a selection of the best deals in town will come up, as well as reviews from other guests to help you make your choice.

Car and Van Rentals

For teams that need to rent cars or vans for the weekend, is a member of the Partner Network and can help you find terrific discount deals on car rentals in the area. Simply click on the link, plug in the tournament dates and location and a selection of the best deals will come up.

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