The parent/guardian (in the case of a minor player) or adult player is to complete this form as part of the US Club Soccer player registration process.
For the 2022-23 and 2023-24 registration years, the previous version of this form will continue to be accepted if it was previously completed (and still valid) or already in use with a member org’s internal registration process. In all other situations, this new version should be used. In the future, it is anticipated that completion of Form #R002 will be required on an annual basis.
This form is to be retained by the US Club Soccer member organization for at least five (5) years or until the player’s 18th birthday, whichever occurs last, and be provided to US Club Soccer upon request.
The Report a Concern web page includes information regarding the requirement reporting suspected child abuse to law enforcement pursuant to the mandatory reporting provisions of federal law/the SafeSport Act, as well as information and a form to report another concern, referee assault or abuse, or other incident to US Club Soccer.
For more information, visit the Sanction Your Tournament web page. Please note that if you are applying for tournament sanctioning within 60 days of your event, special permission is needed before your application is submitted. Please contact your membership services representative regarding this matter.
US Club Soccer requires submission of a list of attending teams and contact information to firstname.lastname@example.org within 10 days of the tournament’s conclusion. Minimally, this shall include coach and manager names, e-mail addresses and states of all attending teams. This template is provided as a courtesy.
Supplemental tournament insurance is offered to hosts of US Club Soccer-sanctioned tournaments in order to obtain liability and accident insurance coverage for all non-US Club Soccer participating teams. (Teams using US Club Soccer passcards already have insurance coverage.) This simplifies attendance for teams, especially if a number of non-US Club Soccer teams are not able to obtain insurance from their state association or other U.S. Soccer member organization.