Club Resources

Join the Revolution

Become a Player

We welcome new and talented players to Arkansas Revolution! If your child is interested in playing soccer with us, please sign up for the upcoming season on our Registration page.

Become a Coach

We are passionate in utilizing our positive coaching model. We will develop high achieving, thriving individuals utilizing challenging techniques.

You might be a great fit for our coaching staff if you are:

  • Demanding without being demeaning
  • Nurturing through intrinsic motivation
  • Respectful and protective of the self-worth of each individual
  • Motivated to achieve optimal performance
  • Experienced in personal excellence
  • Motivated to grow our soccer community

To inquire about open coaching positions, please send us a message.


Become a Referee

Referees come in all shapes and sizes, but the one thing that every referee has in common is their passion for and knowledge of the game of soccer.

Becoming a great referee takes hard work and dedication to the game. For referees that are willing to go the extra mile and work hard for our kids, we invite you to apply for open and future positions on our staff. Please send us a message to inquire about current and future referee positions.

Become a Sponsor

Arkansas Revolution FC is only possible through the generation and support of our sponsors. 

If you would like more information on our sponsorship program, please send us a message.

How & When to Register

Registering your child for the upcoming season of Arkansas Revolution soccer is quick and easy! 

New Registration

You can register your child for the upcoming Fall season during open registration which takes place in early August. You do not have to re-register for the Spring season.

For more details, please visit the Registration page.

Your child must try out for Arkansas Revolution. Tryouts are usually held in May and official tryout dates will be posted in the Announcements. We try to accommodate everyone by hosting tryouts over the course of several days.
Every child needs to have a skill set that allows them to show TIPS (Technique, Insight, Personality, and Speed) relative to the other children. If your child is able to show his/her own soccer personality on the field, then it will be a great experience!
Skill and Experience
If this is your child’s first time to play, City Stars or the NEA Rec Travel League may be a good first option. If your child has played several seasons or has advanced skills and wants more learning and competition to be prepared for future soccer, then Arkansas Revolution may be a great option for them!
For more information, please send us a message.
Age Requirements
U9-U10 (under 9 to under 10) is the first age group supported by Arkansas Revolution trainers and staff. They will be educated in an Academy format during the week and participate in the NEA Recreational League for games. Traditional competitive team options expand for players U11-U19 for boys and girls.

Age Groups

Group: Birthday Falls Between:
U19 01/01/2001 – 12/31/2001
U18 01/01/2002 – 12/31/2002
U17 01/01/2003 – 12/31/2003
U16 01/01/2004 – 12/31/2004
U15 01/01/2005 – 12/31/2005
U14 01/01/2006 – 12/31/2006
U13 01/01/2007 – 12/31/2007
U12 01/01/2008 – 12/31/2008
U11 01/01/2009 – 12/31/2009
U10 01/01/2010 – 12/31/2010
U9 01/01/2011 – 12/31/2011
Practice will be held at Joe Mack Campbell Park 2-3 times per week. There will also be scrimmage games, jamborees and tournament play held at various locations.
Teams can play 2-4 tournaments each season and there are usually 3-4 games per tournament. Scrimmage and jamborees will vary each season depending on other club participation, field availability and weather.
Travel Requirements
Travel requirements will vary depending on ages and tournaments played. The majority of tournaments selected are within a 2-4 hour driving radius of Jonesboro. Typically, younger teams travel less distance and older teams go a bit further.

Documents & Forms

Medical Release Form

Sports Equipment

To purchase official Arkansas Revolution soccer gear and equipment, visit our partner store at

Guides & Resources

ASA Quick Recruiting Guide

Frequently Asked Questions

  • What is Arkansas Revolution FC?

Interest in soccer has grown generally nationwide, in our state and in Jonesboro. To accommodate this growth, it became necessary to implement a soccer program offers broader geographical reach and higher technical, tactical, physical and physiological goals. This new club is Arkansas Revolution. Based on a specific curriculum and expanded coaching support, Arkansas Revolution aims to grow the skill and competitive base of soccer, with each soccer generation starting at a higher level than the previous.

  • Why change the name?

The name change was necessary to reflect the new brand of soccer training that Arkansas Revolution will offer this region. This new product and level of coaching service deserve distinction for the dedication, rigor and level of enthusiasm that will affect an entire region and players for years to come.

  • How much is Arkansas Revolution FC?

Collected fees will be used to pay for licensed and experienced trainers, tournament fees, two premier uniform kits, multiple state player registration, insurance, field management fees, and referees. The number of players on a team, number of scrimmages, number of tournaments, and tournament fees (each tournament charges a different fee) will determine the final cost. The cost for the first season may range from $275-425 per player. As players progress to higher age groups, the fees increase. Typically, the second season will cost less as uniform fees and state registration fees are not needed. Travel expenses (hotel, gas, food) are not included in this estimate.

  • What happened to Jonesboro Tornados

Jonesboro Tornados was the foundation of recreational and competitive soccer in the Craighead County community. In the last few years, participation had grown to a level that the Tornado program and format could not support continued growth to match that of other Arkansas regions. In order to include more regional players and offer services beyond Craighead County, Tornados has been rebranded as Arkansas Revolution.

  • Who runs Arkansas Revolution FC?

Arkansas Revolution is led by an Advisory Board and a Director of Coaching. Together, they will follow a specific curriculum for player and coach development and attempt to create a training environment that fosters additional growth. For the younger age groups, Arkansas Revolution will implement the development model.

  • How many practices/games will there be?

There will be 2-3 practices per week. There will be scrimmage games, jamborees and tournament play. Teams can play 2-4 tournaments per season. There are usually 3-4 games at each tournament. Scrimmage and jamborees will vary each season depending on other club participation, field availability and weather.

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