|SSA Accident Claims||Players or team personnel who have experience a soccer related injury and need to submit a for insurance coverage.|
|Saskatoon Youth Soccer Inc. Player Transfers|
|Transfer within Zone||Form used for transfers within the zone. (ex. SUSC U11G3 player transfers to SUSC U11G2) Once the completed form and the $10.00 fee are received by the office, players can play immediately for their new team. Once transfer is complete player cannot be transferred back to original team.|
|Permission to Play Out-of-Zone||For U11 to U15 players requesting permission to play in another Zone or for out-of-district players wishing to be released to Saskatoon. PSL players need to register in their Zone of Residence and then request information from their zone regarding PSL tryouts and Permission to Play Out-of-Zone.|
|Saskatchewan Soccer Player Transfers|
|Player Transfers within Saskatchewan|
|Between Member Organizations of the SSA - In season||Should a player wish to pursue registration that is outside of his/her home region during a season, he/she/they must request a transfer from a MO in his/her/their home region.|
|Between Member Organizations of the SSA - In between seasons||Between seasons, all players have the right to move from one MO to another. Players must receive a release confirming good standing with the previous MO before participating in soccer activities with a new MO.|
|Player Transfers Between Provincial / Territorial / National Associations|
|Between Provincial/Territorial Associations of the Canadian Soccer Association||A player moving from another province must receive written clearance from the Provincial/Territorial Association with which he/she/their was last registered in order to be eligible to register in Saskatchewan.|
|International Transfers||Any player aged 10 or over whose last registration was outside of Canada must obtain an International Transfer Certificate.|
|Youth Reinstatement Form|| |
As per CSA Rule 3.a)iv), a youth-age player who has been registered as "senior amateur shall be ineligible to play in youth club competitions, unless he/she/they has/have, upon request, been reinstated to youth status by his/her/their Provincial Association. Youth Reinstatement is governed by Canada Soccer. Refer to the Canadian Soccer Association Rules and Regulations for the conditions of reinstatement of a youth-aged player who has previously been registered as a "Senior Amateur Player."A youth-aged player registered as a senior player wishing to be reinstated as a youth player, must complete the Youth Reinstatement Application Form and submit to the SSA along with the $25.00 administrative fee.
Upon receipt of an Application for Reinstatement Form or a Youth Reinstatement Application Form, the SSA will administer the request and provide approval to the Member Organization and applicant upon receipt. Players are not permitted to participate until approval has been received.
|Amateur Reinstatement Form|| |
A player who has previously been registered as a 'Professional Player' must be reinstated as an 'Amateur Player' prior to participating with SSA or a Member Organization. Amateur Reinstatement is governed by Canada Soccer. For a definition of a "Professional Player' and the conditions of reinstatement, please refer to the Canadian Soccer Association Rules and Regulations.
A player registered as a professional wishing to be reinstated as an amateur, must complete the Canada Soccer Application for Reinstatement Form and submit to the SSA along with the applicable fee.
|Non-League Tournament Player||For players wishing to take a season off from league play but to participate in tournaments as a guest player or to receive training from a recognized SSA member academy group.|
|SYSI League Late Maturation - applies to SYSI local league, academy, and team practices only|| |
SYSI may allow physically or mentally disadvantaged players to belong to a team in an age group considered equal to their learning enjoyment and capacity, notwithstanding their birth date. Such permission must be received in writing and if approved shall only apply to SYSI league and practices. Please submit the form to SYSI for consideration and approval. Approval for tournaments fall within SA jurisdiction and the process is the next item below.
Sask Soccer Late Maturation - applies to sanctioned tournaments, provincials, Provincial Soccer League, and other SSA programs
While decisions for local leagues shall remain under the jurisdiction of the member organization when a player wishes to play down an age category in any Saskatchewan Soccer Association-sanctioned event, including but not limited to Sanctioned Tournaments, Provincial Championships or Provincial Soccer League, an exemption must be requested and received under the Late Maturation Policy procedures.
Tournaments receiving Sanctioning under the jurisdiction of Saskatchewan Soccer Association are required to accept the decisions made by SSA regarding applications to the Late Maturation Policy for that season.
Any player wishing to play down must apply directly through Saskatchewan Soccer Association via Submittable (Apply Here). All applications must have a completed, signed assessment from the clubâ€™s technical director noting all four corners of development and a signed confirmation by the playersâ€™ parents or legal guardian. In instances of physical or cognitive reasons for application, a signed letter by a medical practitioner must be provided outlining the rationale for the participant to play down an age category. This view must be supported by a musculoskeletal evaluation and/or other appropriate assessments.
Applicants must not participate in matches outside their age category until written notification of approval has been received. An approved application will only be valid for the season (indoor or outdoor) in which the application is made, and subsequent application must be made for further seasons.
Saskatchewan Soccer Association reserves the right to evaluate and assess players requesting to play down independently. The decision of the Saskatchewan Soccer Association is final and cannot be appealed.
|Guest Player||This form is for requesting approval for the use of a guest player who is registered in SYSI in any capacity (ie. Non-League Academy, Non-League Tournament or Zone) other than their own organization (Zone,Member Organization, Club etc) to take part with their team in a sanctioned tournament (SISCO's, Zone tournaments, in-province tournament, or out-of-province tournament) or provincial competition.|
|Player ID|| |
Who needs a card:
- Only players / coaching staff participating in out-of-town tournaments (U9-U19) or provincials (U15-U19) that do not have another form of photo identification with birthdate (passport, drivers license, other sport ID card, school issued ID card).
Who does NOT need a card:
- ID cards are not necessary for Saskatoon youth league games.
- Out-of-town teams that are playing in the SYSI League (i.e: VSA) which belong to another SSA Member Organization
- Those not listed on the team rosters.
- Teams who are not participating in any out-of-town tournaments or provincials.
Getting an ID card ~ cost $20.00 per ID card.
To request a player ID, submit your request via the player ID request form.Requests are due at the start of the week Monday @ 4:30 PM and will be ready the following Friday for pick-up during office hours 10:00 AM - 4:30 PM. You must have your request including the required documents provided by Monday @ 4:30 PM, for the card to be ready by Friday of the same week. Requests received on a Tues or later in the week may not be ready within the same week on Friday. Payment can be made by cash when picking up the card or by e-transfer to email@example.com. Cheques will not be accepted for ID card payment and we are not set up to accept in-person credit or debit card payments.