2016 Spring Warm Up Tournament


  • Start your season with quality games
  • Quality competition at a reasonable price
  • Only turf fields used
  • Three games guaranteed for U8-U10
  • Three games guaranteed plus playoffs at U11-U19
  • U12 brackets offer both 8v8 and 11v11 divisions
  • 3 man referee crews for U11-U19
  • All passes accepted.
Applications are now open!!!
Rolling Acceptances Questions?? email

U8-U10 $425(8v8)
U11-U12 $625(8v8)

U12-U19 $725 (11v11)

U8-U10 $425(8v8)
U11-U12 $625(8v8)
U13-U14 $725(11v11)



Application Information:                                                                                                                  Info For Accepted Teams

Application Information

Schedule of Games by Age Bracket 

(updated 3/16/16 9:30 am)

Online Application (Applications are closed)
Info Letter for Participating Teams - Check in information
Permission to Host Form Rules of Play and Regulations
Applied Teams – 2016 Travel Directions
2015 Results Emergency Numbers



Check in for the tournament will be done 45 minutes, prior to the team's first game, at the field of the first game.

Check In Information

3/15/16 10:00 am: The 2016 Ironbound Spring Warm Up is a US Club sanctioned tournament.
Today, March 14, 2016, US Club published their guidelines regarding for U.S. Soccer Player Safety Campaign.
The statement is below.  Please note that the 2016 Ironbound Spring Warmup will follow the established guidelines and will not allow heading for players in U-11 divisions and younger.
Referees have been notified and will implement the rule change noted in the statement.
We appreciate everyones cooperation in this matter.

Implementation guidelines for U.S. Soccer's Player Safety Campaign
Concussion initiatives & heading for youth players

CHARLESTON, S.C. (March 14, 2016) - US Club Soccer is clarifying the following implementation guidelines for U.S. Soccer's Recognize to Recover Player Safety Campaign, specifically as it relates to concussion initiatives and heading for youth players:

The Federation is recommending, and US Club Soccer is requiring immediately, new rules as it relates to heading, as follows:
Players in U-11 programs and younger shall not engage in heading, either in practices or in games.
Limited heading in practice for players in U-12 and U-13 programs. More specifically, these players shall be limited to a maximum of 30 minutes of heading training per week, with no more than 15-20 headers per player, per week.
Clubs should be aware of circumstances in which individual consideration is needed. For example:
A 10 year old playing at U-12 or older should not head the ball at all.
An 11 or 12 year old playing at U-14 or older should abide by the heading restrictions in practice.
Referees should enforce these restrictions by age group according to the specified rules. Referees will not be assessing the age of individual players on the field; they will enforce the rules for the age group.
Leagues and organizations are free to set their own standards, as long as the minimum requirements outlined above are met.
In adherence to these new requirements, referees have been instructed by U.S. Soccer of the following rule addition: When a player deliberately heads the ball in a game, an indirect free kick (IFK) should be awarded to the opposing team from the spot of the offense. If the deliberate header occurs within the goal area, the indirect free kick should be taken on the goal area line parallel to the goal line at the point nearest to where the infringement occurred.
Modified substitution rules also took effect Jan. 1, 2016, as follows: Any player suspected of suffering a head injury may be substituted for evaluation without the substitution counting against the team’s total number of allowed substitutions during the game.

3/9/16 9:30 pm:  Preliminary schedule posted.

2/25/16:  Registrations are now closed.  We are still working on a few teams to round out the groups.




 Before, in-between, or after your games enjoy some of the best food in the world,

in the Ironbound Restaurants.