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What is the PK Shoot-Out?

Get ready to kick your summer up a notch with the 1st Annual Penalty Kick Shoot-Out hosted by the Greene County Cosmos on Friday, July 26th, at Rotary Park, Beavercreek, Ohio. Calling all soccer enthusiasts from the community and area teams to showcase your skills and determination in this electrifying event. Teams will consist of 5 players, including a goalie.

Open to all area clubs, teams, community groups, families and friends, there’s a spot for you on the field. Gather your squad, and let’s see who emerges victorious in this ultimate test of skill and nerve.

Divisions will be:

Boys U7

Boys U8

Boys U9

Boys U10

Boys U12

Boys U14

Boys U16

Boys U18

Girls U7

Girls U8

Girls U9

Girls U10

Girls U12

Girls U14

Girls U16

Girls U18

Co-Ed 18+ (open to all)

Co-Ed Coaches Only

All divisions will compete inside two stages where round-robin groups compete to earn points for seeds in the knockout round. The format is fast-paced and simple penalty kick bouts, with the teams of 5 (including a goalie) taking alternating PKs, just like at the end of a tied match. Each team is guaranteed at least 3 matches. 

But the excitement doesn’t stop there! Spectators are in for a treat with food, music, and a vibrant atmosphere that’s perfect for families and fans alike. Cheer on your favorite teams, celebrate every goal, and be part of an unforgettable community experience. You can even stick around to cheer on your favorite coach in our epic Coaches bracket!

So, lace up your boots, grab your gear, and join us for a Penalty Kick Shootout Tournament like no other. It’s time to show off your soccer prowess and make memories that will last a lifetime. Don’t miss out – sign up today and let’s kick off the excitement!


July 26th 5:00pm-5:30pm check-in, 6:00pm kick-off

(Rain Date) July 27th 8:00am-8:30am check-in, 9:00am kick-off
July 26, 2024

Cosmos PK Shoot-Out Tournament Regstration

Use this page to register as a coach/team lead for the 2024 event. Coaches must register before their players are able to. Participants are not fully registered until their payment method has been processed (coach-pay).

Early Bird Cost: Registration costs $125/team ($25/player).

Cost after June 15th: Registration costs $150/team ($30/player).

Team Registration

Step 1: Coach/Parent registers a team using the Register Team button below.  NOTE: YOU MUST HAVE ALL PLAYER NAMES TO COMPLETE THIS PROCESS! YOU CANNOT ENTER PLACEHOLDERS.
Step 2: Complete the payment below.
Step 3: Once your registration has been processed (24-48hrs), you will receive an email with instructions on registering your players.
Step 4: Let your players know that their team has been registered WITH THEIR TEAM NAME, and direct them to the link provided in the email to register as individual players.

All players must be registered through this page by July 15th to confirm your spot in the tournament.

PK Shoot-Out

Rules and Procedures

  • Teams are formed with a total of 5 players including a goalie. Goalies may be rotated per round but not mid-round.
  • We encourage teams to have fun designing their own t-shirts for the event or even dress up in costumes. Teams are also welcome to wear their club uniforms or practice gear if they desire.
  • Team names can be affiliated with a club/organization or be uniquely created by the team for fun. Example: The Shut Outs, 09 Ball Busters, Goal Diggers, etc
  • All 5 players will take alternating Penalty Kicks. Similar to the World Cup, there is a GROUP STAGE (consisting of at least 3 matches) and a KNOCKOUT STAGE (semi-finals and finals only for teams who advance from the group stage). Each team is guaranteed 3 rounds of competition.
  • Anticipated brackets will be available for both Boys and Girls in the age groups of U7, U8, U9, U10, U12, U14, U16, U18, Open to All, and Coaches. If there are fewer than 4 teams in any group, we will combine them as needed.
  • The schedule is an estimate of time. This tournament will run very fast. Teams should be checked in and ready to go by 5:45pm. Goal attendants will announce who is on deck, but it is the team’s responsibility to be at the correct goal when their match is ready to start. This may be sooner or later than the anticipated schedule.
  • If a team does not take their place to start the match when called upon by the attendant the match will be considered a forefit. The schedule will not wait for teams who are not present and ready. If a registered player is unable to attend another player already registered may kick in his/her place. If substitutions are needed they must be registered on this page and have a signed waiver. Please inform the registration table if this need arises.
  • Awards are given to 1st and 2nd place in each bracket. Awards can be collected after each final match at the Registration/Awards tent.
  • There is no standing behind the goals or past the goal line area for safety reasons.
  • Goals will be managed by one attendant and one licensed referee. There will be zero tolerance for disrespect or dissent toward referees, attendants, teams, and/or players. This is a FUN event and should be enjoyed without stress or extreme competition. Any complaints or issues should be addressed at the Registration table.
  • All matches will follow FIFA Laws of the Game for Penalty Kick Shootouts. For more details, see here. Specifically note and players should be advised:
    • The ball must be on the penalty spot and not moving.

    • The goalkeeper:
      • must face the ball must be on the goal line and between the goalposts
      • can move along the goal line and/or jump up and down, as long as at least part of each foot is on or above the line, until the ball is kicked
      • must not behave in a way that unfairly distracts the kicker, e.g. delay the taking of the kick or touch the goalposts, crossbar or goal net
      • must have at least part of one foot touching, in line with, or behind the goal line when the ball is kicked
      • The other goalkeeper must wait on the junction of the goal line and the penalty area line (on the same side as the assistant referee, if there is one). 
    • The kicker:
      • must be clearly identified
      • can stop and start during their run-up to the ball
      • must not stop or feint (pretend to kick the ball) at the end of their run-up – they must kick it immediately
      • must kick the ball forward (but can backheel it towards the goal)
      • cannot touch the ball
    • Tiebreakers: If the teams are still level after the five kicks, the sudden death phase of the penalty shootout kicks in. In sudden death, if a team scores in one of the rounds but the other one misses, the match ends and the scoring team wins the shootout. The sudden death continues until a winner is determined.