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Directions to Siebel Park Complex

Siebel Soccer Park is a specialty use park managed by Montana Rush Soccer Soccer Club.  
Any and all usage of The Soccer Park must be approved by Montana Rush Soccer Club.
Please contact Montana Rush as [email protected]  or call 231-6333 (leave a message please) to inquire about using the facility.  
 

 



The Great Falls Soccer Foundation was created in 1996 to foster the sport of soccer in the local high schools and to create a soccer facility.  In 2002, efforts to create that facility began with the mission to build a quality, dedicated soccer park for over 1,500 soccer players in Great Falls. It also intended to expand the recreational opportunities available to our area youth, and add significantly to the vibrancy and vitality of our community and surrounding area. Today, the soccer programs in Great Falls have grown to include:

Each of these programs makes use of the Siebel Soccer Complex.  The complex is comprised of 60 acres housing 10 competitive-sized playing fields, paved parking, a pavilion and surrounding area that includes a playground and maintenance and storage facilities. Since the first games were played at the complex in 2006, the number of games hosted at the soccer complex has grown.  The park holds anywhere from 18 to 28 games with out-of-town teams every Saturday from mid-April to mid-June. Each fall it hosts a number of high school, recreational and competive league games. In addition to these games the complex has hosted the Montana Youth Soccer Association State Cup tournament .  This tournament accommodates from 70 to 90 teams with 1100 players participating each year. The games held at Siebel Soccer Complex each year are estimated to have an economic impact on Great Falls in the amount of $3 million.  As soccer grows in popularity, having a soccer park of this caliber will attract more games and continue to benefit not only our local soccer players, but our community as a whole.

Siebel Park Policies

Pets Montana Youth Soccer Policy 2-200

Policy 2-200 – PROHIBITION OF DOGS AND ANIMALS AT FIELDS

Sec-1. Commitment Montana Youth Soccer strives to provide the safest environment for its youth soccer players and all individuals in attendance at its Events. Therefore, dogs and all other animals are strictly prohibited from being near playing fields or within a field complex during an MYSA Event.
Sec-2. MYSA Event Examples 1) Club Training Sessions 2) Club League Games 3) MYSA League Games 4) Club Tournaments 5) MYSA State Tournaments 6) ODP Training Sessions 7) All Other MYSA Sanctioned Activities
Sec-3. Prohibitions 1) Dogs and all other animals may not be on the sideline of a playing field, within the boundaries of a field complex or in any area where soccer activities are taking place during an MYSA Event. The use of a leash does not absolve this prohibition.
Sec-4. Exceptions 1) Service animals and service animals in training are permitted to attend MYSA Events as allowed by both Federal Law (ADA) and Montana Code Title 49. Human Rights, Chapter 4. Rights of Persons with Disabilities, Part 2. Rights of the Physically Disabled. 2) Animals not trained to perform tasks that mitigate the effects of a disability, including those used solely for comfort or emotional support, are not considered service animals by both Federal Law (ADA) and Montana Code Title 49. Human Rights, Chapter 4. Rights of Persons with Disabilities,
Part 2. Rights of the Physically Disabled and are therefore allowed only in the parking lot during an MYSA Event if they remain leashed and under full control of the owner. Sec-5. Enforcement 1) Any person violating Section 3 of this policy shall be immediately removed from the Event by the Montana Youth Soccer authority managing the Event. 2)Page 3) If a person is removed from an Event for a violation of this policy, the party may appeal as provided in the Bylaws of Montana Youth So
 Failure by an MYSA affiliate to enforce this Policy at their facility during an MYSA Event may result in disciplinary action which would include: a) First Offense - $250 fine b) Second Offense - $500 fine c) Third Offense - $1000 fine and possible suspension from MYSA activities 28 | ccer. 4) MYSA member clubs may be liable for any injuries or damages if an incident involving a dog or other animal occurs on the sideline of a playing field, within the boundaries of a field complex or in any area where soccer activities are taking place during an MYSA Event 


Tobacco and Alcohol Use: Montana Youth Soccer Policy 2-100

Sec-1. Commitment It is the policy of Montana Youth Soccer to provide an environment for its youth soccer players that is free of alcohol, tobacco, marijuana and illegal drugs. Therefore, alcohol, tobacco, marijuana and illegal drugs are not to be at Montana Youth Soccer Events for youth soccer players. As an organization committed to providing a developmental, healthy, and safe environment, Montana Youth Soccer recognizes that the health of its youth players is paramount. It is the responsibility of the Competition Authority of Montana Youth Soccer events to ensure that this policy is strictly enforced. Sec-2. Definitions 1) “Alcohol” means any beverage or food item that contains a liquid produced by the fermentation of sugar or starch. 2) “Tobacco” means processed dried leaves typically, but not limited, for smoking. 3) “Marijuana” means the dried flowers and leaves of the cannabis plant, which can contain both mind-altering and non-mind-altering compounds and can be consumed by smoking, vaping, or ingesting. 4) “Illegal drugs” means those substances that are prohibited for sale or consumption by local, state, or Federal law, and may, in some circumstances, include controlled substances. 5) “Adult” in this Policy means an individual at least 21 years of age. 6) “Board of Directors” means the Board of Directors of Montana Youth Soccer. 7) “Montana Youth Soccer Event” means any soccer activity event or meeting hosted by Montana Youth Soccer or any of its Member Clubs, including but not limited to, practices, games, tournaments, MDP, annual general meetings, Board of Directors meetings and committee meetings. Sec-3. Prohibitions 1) Alcohol and tobacco may not be displayed, used or provided at any Montana Youth Soccer Event that is primarily for youth soccer players. 2) Marijuana and illegal drugs may not be displayed, used or provided at any Montana Youth Soccer Event with no exceptions. Sec-4. Enforcement 1) Any person violating Section 3 of this Policy shall be immediately removed from the Event by the Montana Youth Soccer Competition Authority managing the Event. 2) The use of alcohol by adults at a Montana Youth Soccer Event may be allowed by the Board of Directors in its discretion (1) for a specified activity at a Montana Youth Soccer Event if the Event is not primarily for youth soccer players, and (2) in a designated area or areas that are away from areas of youth soccer players and any field of play or practice. 26 | Page 3) The use of tobacco by adults may be allowed at a Montana Youth Soccer Event by the Board of Directors in its discretion in a designated area or areas that are away from areas of youth soccer players and any field of play or practice. 4) If a person is removed from an Event for a violation of this policy, the party may appeal as provided in the Bylaws of Montana Youth Soccer. Sec-5. Modification and Delegation The Board of Directors may amend policy 2-100 - ALCOHOL, TOBACCO, MARIJUANA AND ILLEGAL DRUGSSec-5. Modification and Delegation The Board of Directors may amend and waive provisions of this policy as appropriate on a case-by-case basis and may delegate its authority.  

Overnight Parking /Stays

Overnight parking in a vehicle or RV is not permitted at Siebel Soccer Park.
Exceptions may be made when a tournament is being hosted, at which time there will be a fee for overnight parking ( camping).
Great Falls has a KOA campground within 2 miles of the soccer park. 

 

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