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Staff Registration:

How To – Staff Registration
Pursuant to U.S. Soccer rules, staff registration is required of all individuals working with or managing youth players, regardless of whether they are volunteers or paid staff, or registered with another U.S. Soccer member organization. This includes all coaches, assistant coaches, and team managers assigned to a team with youth players.
Adult participants must complete the following every two years.
  • Membership purchase
  • Background screening
  • SafeSport training
  • Sideline Sports Doc (SSD) training
After purchasing a membership for an adult staff member, 24 hours after the person for whom a membership is purchased (or the parent, if a minor) will receive an email with individualized links to complete any outstanding membership eligibility requirements. These links are also accessible via the user’s SportsEngine dashboard. Completed requirements will then be automatically reflected in the NRS.
Registrars are able to monitor status, and send automated reminder emails, via the US Club Soccer tab –> Memberships.

Certificate of Insurance

Request for Certificate of Insurance (#C012) – multiple | single
If your club or facility is in need of a Certificate of Insurance (COI), complete the appropriate form (linked above) and submit it to Rachel Burroughs at mailto:[email protected].
Please allow a minimum of three business days for processing. Youth membership COIs are valid for a calendar year and are issued for the upcoming year beginning in December.

Youth Insurance

All US Club Soccer-registered youth players, coaches and staff members are covered by an accident insurance policy. The current policy also covers approved international travel. US Club Soccer’s member clubs, teams and leagues, and its registered member players and staff members are also insured for US Club Soccer youth activities by a general liability policy.

Adult Insurance

All US Club Soccer-registered adult players, coaches and staff members are covered by an accident insurance policy. US Club Soccer’s member clubs, teams and leagues, and its registered players and staff members, are also insured for US Club Soccer adult activities by a general liability policy. Adult members who register with US Club Soccer receive insurance coverage through the United States Adult Soccer Association. For detailed information, click here.
  • The participant accident policy is a $5,000 maximum benefit plan. Additional coverage is available in the form of a $10,000 or $25,000 maximum benefit plan. For more information, contact Sam Oran of Des Champs, Gregory and Hayes, Inc., at [email protected] or (941) 749-6834.
  • For Directors & Officers coverage to be effective, the League D&O Insurance Form must be completed and sent to [email protected]. Please refer to USASA’s Insurance web page.

Claims

Click here for information on filing a claim.

  • For general insurance questions or questions prior to submission or US Club Soccer approval of an accident claim, please contact [email protected].
  • After US Club Soccer approval of an accident claim for youth registration, please contact IOA’s JD Wallum at [email protected] or (719) 651-5582.
  • After US Club Soccer approval of an accident claim for adult registration, please contact USASA’s Nick Schmitt at [email protected] or (708) 496-6876.

All adult referees (18+) working TCSL matches must have completed a background check with a satisfactory result.

Information on this process is here.

For adult referees (18+) that are also TCSL coaches and have a US Club Soccer pass:

If you have adult referees that are coaches from a TCSL team, their US Club Soccer coach’s pass fulfills the background check requirement because they have already completed US Club Soccer’s background check requirement. These individuals do not need to complete the MYSA background check. Please send the coach’s pass to [email protected] in order for the referee to show up on the list as a referee who has successfully completed the background check.