Documents Required at Team Registration:
Check-in is Friday, August 17, 2012 4:00pm-8:00pm at
Creek Banquet & Sports Center
72025 North Avenue
Armada, MI 48005
Only a represenattive from each team is required to check in the team.
The following are the necessary documents that you must have in order to check your team in:
OFFICIAL TEAM ROSTER: This document is the roster that is issued by your state association (USYSA or US club accepted) or province (for Canadian teams), and that you use for official games and competitions. A copy must be submitted at check in.
PLAYER PASSES (CARDS, BOOKS): Every player listed on your official team roster must have a valid player pass. Player passes will be cross-checked against the Tournament Team Roster. You do not need to show the referees the passes, but you must have them available during every game in cased of a protest or a red card.
PARENT SIGNATURE WAIVER FORM (MANDATORY): Every player listed on your official team roster MUST have a parent signature on this waiver form BEFORE playing in any game.
PERMISSION TO TRAVEL: This document is issued by your state association or province and it is their authorization to allow you to participate in our event (and out of your state, province or country). US Club Soccer teams do not need this document.
o If you have US Club cards, you DO NOT need permission to travel form.
o If you have USYSA cards, you NEED approval to travel.
o If you have been denied travel permission from your state association, insurance may be obtained from US Club Soccer to attend the tournament at a charge of $50 per team. Under this program, the team still gets travel permission from its state, and uses its USYSA player cards, but is covered by the US Club Soccer insurance policy. A certificate of insurance will be sent to you or the tournament if necessary. To do this, you may obtain the necessary application form from the following US Club Soccer website link: Registration / Tournament Team Insurance.
We recommend that you keep all of the necessary documents, along with your players’ medical information (insurance information, release of liability and medical conditions) that your club uses, available at every game. You may need them in case of an injury. Insurance information is not required, as the permission to travel issued by your state association covers you for secondary insurance.