Please always use the following link to find the form to
request a Certificate of Insurance.
will ensure that the most up to date form is used each time and will save HUB
Insurance time in the turn around for requests.)
completion, forward the form to the Niagara Soccer Association (your district
office) at: email@example.com
International has committed to process Certificate requests within 24 hours and
email the Certificate back to the district and requesting club.
NOTE that only
requests submitted on a properly completed form will be processed.
Term Player Development: Players are eligible to play up, only after having completed the
appropriate evaluation designated by the Ontario Soccer Grassroots program. See
Ontario Soccer web site http://www.ontariosoccer.net/player-ltpd.
Out Rights Application: A Club may enter a team or teams in a District Recreational or District
Competitive League affiliated with an adjacent District Association provided
that its District Association does not operate a District Recreational or
District Competitive League and subject to the approval of both its District
Association and the League's District Association.
Eligibility Permit: Section 8.0 Competitions –Operational Procedure
22.0. Any Under 13 and older player registered with Ontario Soccer or another
Provincial Association affiliated to the CSA is eligible to obtain a TEP, which
shall entitle the player to play for a registered Club Team of a Club other
than the one with which they are registered in a game of any registered league
or sanctioned competition. (for further information go to http://www.ontariosoccer.net/,
Governing Documents - More+
Competitions where you will find Section 8 of the Governing Documents with
details about Competitions: Section 8. Competitions
Term Permit (TRP): Section 5.0 Registration – Operational
Procedure 9.0. This Trial Registration Permit requires validation by the Club’s
District Association or Ontario Soccer where applicable. A Short
Term Registration Permit is a temporary registration with Ontario Soccer which
shall only be used by players who are not registered with Ontario Soccer or a
Provincial Association affiliated to the CSA for the specific purpose of
playing in a tournament.
Transfer: The player
shall give the club notice in writing of intent to transfer. The Transfer Form
is to be purchased by the
player from the club where registered. The top portion of the form
is the player’s contact information. The middle portion of the form (release)
is to be completed and signed by the Club Registrar/Administrator (The coach’s signature is not acceptable).
The player is to be
terminated in the registration system and signed. The form shall then be passed to the player together with
the player’s registration book. The player shall complete a “Club Player
Registration Form” to play with the new club and pay the club’s registration
fee. The bottom (receiving) portion of the Transfer form is to be completed,
signed and processed by the new Club Registrar/Administrator. A new validation
in the player book is to be completed for the new team. The form and book
should then be sent to the District Office for validation. If all is correct, the District will attach a sticker
and validate the transfer. A player is permitted two transfers per season.
Before using Trial Permits, Temporary Registration Permits and Player Transfer
Forms, check with your league or tournament host. They may have deadlines or
AND TRAVEL MANAGEMENT SYSTEM - CTMS
to Tournaments / Exhibition Games
you want to submit an Application to Travel Form - ATF, Application to Host an
Exhibition Game - AHEG, or host a Festival/Tournament Application Form -
FAF/TAF, please login or sign up first.)