Welcome to JFG Fall!
Thank you for being part of the 2018 Just for Girls Fall Invitational,
set for September 22-23 at Cownie Soccer Park in Des Moines.
SCHEDULESYou’ll find the schedules on the "SCHEDULES" link above, or by clicking here.Please double-check your schedules, as some times and field numbers have changed, only out of necessity.All spots are filled. Thanks to VSA for filling the last opening, in the 14U Black division. REFEREES NEEDEDAny licensed referees travelling with JFG teams: Please email our referee assignor, Bonnie Larson, if you are willing to help fill spots. Thank you! THINGS TO DO IN DES MOINESVisit CatchDesMoines.com to see what the city has to offer. TEAM PARKING FEESThe City of Des Moines charges every 9v9 team ($150) and every 11v11 team ($175) a Team Parking Fee that funds their efforts to maintain Cownie Soccer Park as one of the region’s top soccer facilities.9v9 teams pay here.11v11 teams pay here.
Please note: There will be no printed “parking passes” for the tournament, and no individuals will be charged for parking. It is the responsibility of the tournament host to ensure all teams have paid their “Team Parking Fee” before their first games.
We ask that all teams make an effort to check in on Friday night (September 21st), from 6 to 9, at our office (6400 Westown Parkway in West Des Moines, IA 50266), the Kum & Go headquarters.
You’ll find a list of required materials on the "Check-In" link up top.
I understand that some out-of-town teams cannot make it Friday night, and I ask these teams check in at the soccer park at least one hour before your first game.
On Saturday morning, you can find me (or a Menace staff member) on the right side of the concourse, welcoming teams at a table in front of the concessions stand.
The City of Des Moines operates concessions for all tournaments at Cownie Soccer Park.
The concessionaire’s policy: No outside food or drink is allowed.
Click "FIELDS" above for the map of Cownie Soccer Park (2600 Hartford Ave. in Des Moines).
Player benches are provided on each sideline.
Fields 4-11 are 11v11.
Fields 1-3 are 9v9, with A on the south and B on the north.
Evan Janssen (the tournament director)