Plano Labor Day Invitational Tournament XXXIV



The Plano Labor Day Invitational Tournament has been a Plano Youth Soccer tradition since 1980.  The tournament is one of the most prestigious competitive youth soccer tournaments in the Southwest, and hosts  about 750 competitive and academy teams from Texas and around the country.  


August 29, 2014 - September 1, 2014


Open to Competitive League Select (S1, S2, S3) boys and girls U11-U19 teams, and U9-U10 Academy teams affiliated with US Soccer (USSF).  Includes US Youth Soccer (USYSA) affiliates (state/local home associations) and US Club Soccer.  Recreational teams are not permitted.


Entry Fee $325 (U9-U10) and $600 (U11-U19)


Application and Payment Deadlines:

8/10/2014 for U11-U19

8/13/2014 for U9-U10


General Tournament Information





Plano Labor Day Invitational Tournament Game Schedules and Results



2013 2010 2007
2012 2009 2006
2011 2008  



Tournament Soccer Complexes & Parks:

   City of Plano Parks:

      Carpenter Park                                                                              Fields      Map

      High Point Park                                                                              Fields      Map

      Jack Carter Park                                                                            Fields      Map

      Russell Creek Park                                                                       Fields     Map

  Toyota Soccer Center (formerly FC Dallas Soccer Complex)          Fields     Map

  Harry Moss Park                                                                               Fields      Map

  The Colony 5 Star Complex                                                             Fields      Map

  The University of Texas at Dallas (UTD) Soccer Complex              Fields     Map

  Toyota of Lewisville Railroad Park Soccer Complex                       Fields     Map



Tournament Information


Team Tournament Application


College Coaches Tournament Registration


2014 Game Schedules & Scores


Tournament Rules


Approved Application To Host Tournament



Pertinent Information


Team/Manager Checklist


Required Traveling Team Hotel Reservation Process


Game Roster and Misconduct Report





Staff and Contacts



972-422-7972 x303


Tournament Directors:

Ray Hirshowitz

Chip Kruger (Deputy)


Referee Assignors:

John Navarro

Tim Debysingh





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