Dog Days Tournament August 21st – 23rd, 2020

Alliance Cincinnati is proud to host the 27th annual Dog Days of Summer Soccer Tournament!

For the past 25+ years, the Dog Days of Summer Soccer Tournament has been the go to preseason soccer tournament of the Cincinnati area for all levels of competition. Taking place during the hottest days of summer, it is a great opportunity to prepare teams for the regular season and a chance to kick the season off with a Championship. We work hard to provide each team with great competition and a fun filled weekend of soccer.

Located on the East side of Cincinnati, a short drive from any of the fields will take you to one of the many attractions for entertainment in our area. The tournament will also be hosting a concession area, an FC Cincinnati zone, and vendors to meet all your soccer needs.

This year, the Dog Days of Summer Soccer Tournament will be held from August 16th – August 18th.

All accepted teams will be guaranteed a minimum of three games of play, and championship and finalist awards will be handed out in each division. We look forward to having you join us during the Dog Days of Summer.
DOG DAYS OF SUMMER 2020
peopleAGE GROUPS

U8 5 v 5 $250
U9 / U10 $550
U11 / U12 $575
U13 / U15 $625
FIELD LOCATIONS

Primary Location:
Olympic Fields
299 Haskell Lane,
Batavia, OH 45103

Satellite Location:
Miami Meadows Park
1546 State Route 131,
Milford, OH 45150
Schedule/Results 2018 Dog Days of Summer Tournament Schedule:

2020 Dog Days of Summer (Coming Soon)
SCHEDULE/RESULTS 2017 Dog Days of Summer

2016 Dog Days of Summer

2015 Dog Days of Summer
Previous Results:

2019 Dog Days of Summer
Fields FIELDS Field Map (Click to enlarge) Miami Meadows Park - 1546 State Route 131 - Milford, Oh. 45150
DIRECTIONS TO THE FIELD
PRIMARY LOCATION SATELLITE LOCATION Alliance Cincinnati Dog Days of Summer will utilize Olympic Fields as our primary tournament fields. These are some of the best soccer fields in the Cincinnati area. Olympic Fields
299 Haskell Lane,
Batavia, OH 45103

DIRECTIONS TO THE FIELD
Parking Olympic Fields

Main Lot Passes:
$5.00 per day
$8.00 for two days
$12.00 for three days

Passes will be sold as follows:
For a three day tournament, Friday, Saturday and Sunday you will be able to purchase a day pass for $5.00 or a weekend pass for $12.00
For a two day tournament, Saturday and Sunday, you will be able to purchase a day pass for $5.00 or a weekend pass for $8.00.

Gold and Premium Parking is $10.00 per day, no exceptions. You may park in any of the three lots, Main, Gold and/or Premium if you purchase a Gold or Premium pass.

RV/Campers:
$20.00 per day. Overnight accommodations must be made in advance.

NO PETS ALLOWED

NO OFF STREET PARKING
PARKING
Hotels We have partnered with TRAVELING TEAMS® to secure discounted room blocks at a variety of tournament approved hotels close to our venues. This is a Stay to Play event. It is required that all teams traveling to this event reserve their hotel accommodations through TRAVELING TEAMS®. Thank you in advance for your cooperation! HOTELS Official Event Hotel Website
Dog Days of Summer
August 21st - 23rd, 2020 | Batavia, OH
Olympic Fields/ACSC Soccer Complex
Visit Welcome Site
FAQs How many players are on the field?

U8 play 5v5
U9, & U10 play 7v7 on fields 40×60.
U11 & U12 play 9v9 on fields 50×80.
U13, U14, & U15 play 11v11 on full size fields.

Is this tournament only for Premier teams?

No. Although many of the teams that attend our tournament are “A” level teams, Dog Days continues to provide excellent competition for all levels of competitive play.

Are trapped 8th graders permitted to play in the tournament?

Yes, the U15/U16 division was created to accommodate the “trapped eighth graders.” No more than three, properly credentialed U16 players will be allowed on any one team.

I coach more than one team, will tournament schedule so I can attend all my teams games?

Alliance Cincinnati has several coaches who also coach more than one team, and we make every effort to accommodate these coaches.

Do I need a travel permit?

Teams from outside Ohio South need a travel permit. These would include the teams attending from Michigan, Missouri, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky and West Virginia.

Will Dog Days accept multiple teams from our club?

Yes, Dog Days strongly encourages clubs to send multiple teams. Please e-mail the tournament director if you will be applying as a club or with multiple teams from your club.
FAQs
Lightning Lightning Policy
Miami Township Lightning Policy

1. Anytime lightning is visible or you hear thunder, all players, coaches, spectators, umpires, and referees should Take Shelter Immediately!
2. Lightning Predictor – The Thor-Guard Lightning Predictor has been installed at Miami Meadows Park and Paxton-Ramsey Park. The Thor-Guard Lightning Predictor is programmed to emit a loud horn blast for 15 seconds as soon as there is a 30% chance that lightning will strike in a 2-mile radius. After the horn goes off, a yellow strobe will continue to flash until the risk of lightning has decreased. As soon as the horn or strobe are noted, outside activities should cease. All people (coaches, teams, spectators, officials, etc.) should immediately seek safe and appropriate shelter. When the risk of lightning has decreased to a safer level, the detector will sound 3 short all-clear blasts and the strobe will cease. For parks without the Thor-Guard Lightning Predictor, anytime lightning is visible or you hear thunder, please take shelter immediately.
3. Umpires, referees and/or event supervisor(s) should instruct all players, coaches, and fans that a danger is present and they should seek lightning safe shelter immediately. Recommended places for shelter are buildings with active electrical circuits and hard top vehicles with all windows closed. Picnic shelters ARE NOT suitable shelter.
4. Wait at least 30 minutes after the last lightning flash or the last sound of thunder before resuming activities.
5. Danger Zones To Avoid – Top floor of a building, showering, standing on concrete, talking on corded phones or touching any metal objects inside or outside of buildings and structures.
6. If the hair on your head or on your arms stands up or if you feel a tingling sensation: A. Immediately crouch down, put your feet together, lower your head, cover your ears and close your eyes and remain there until the sensation subsides; B. Avoid proximity and maintain a minimum of 15 ft. to other people.
7. If anyone is struck by lightning CALL 911 IMMEDIATELY.
8. We encourage you to develop and follow a “Lightning Safety Plan” for your specific event or activity.
9. This policy is not intended to be all-inclusive. All park users assume all risks associated with use of parks including potential of lightning strikes or other dangers resulting from inclement weather. We make no guarantee that the Thor-guard Lightning Predictor will function as designed. Miami Township assumes no liability to park users as a result of installation of lightning detection system.
LIGHTNING
Contact Us CONTACT US tourney@alliancecincinnati.com Dogdaysassignor@gmail.com

OSSRC
Tournament Director:
Joan Hopkins




Referee Assignor:
Randy Clark
(513) 685-2558
Field Map FIELDS Field Map (Click to enlarge) Miami Meadows Park - 1546 State Route 131 - Milford, Oh. 45150
DIRECTIONS TO THE FIELD
PRIMARY LOCATION SATELLITE LOCATION Alliance Cincinnati Dog Days of Summer will utilize Olympic Fields as our primary tournament fields. These are some of the best soccer fields in the Cincinnati area. Olympic Fields
299 Haskell Lane,
Batavia, OH 45103

DIRECTIONS TO THE FIELD
2020 Dog Days Tournament Cancelled/Postponed Unfortunately we have not received clearance yet from the Governor to return to play. With that being said we are forced to cancel / postpone our event. We do not have time at this point to host a quality event that all of our teams are used to and deserve. We will look into all options to reschedule later in the fall.