Soccer has a long history of success at Joplin High School. The boys program started back in the 1970’s. The boys’ varsity team boasts multiple seasons with 15 or more wins. The Eagles have been crowned Ozark Conference Champions five times including three in a row in 2011, 2012, and 2013. The Eagles have also brought home the District Championship in 2004 and 2013. Many players have moved on to play at the college level.
Varsity Girls’ Soccer started in 1995 at Joplin High School. They have been very competitive the last few years in the Ozark Conference. Several of the girls have gone on to play college soccer.
Practice & Games
Home soccer matches are played on the turf field at Joplin High School. The field is one of the few all turf, soccer-only fields in the area.
Boys’ Soccer is held during the Fall season, playing 18 games and two tournaments. The season culminates in early November with the District Playoffs. The Boys’ season begins on the first day allowed for practice by MSHSAA usually in early August.
The coaches and alumni put on two weeks of free camp each summer for high school athletes. Coaches and players also offer a youth soccer camp for elementary and middle school athletes during the summer.
Meet the Coaches
Boys and Girls Head Coach
Boys Assistant Coaches