ID Cards & New Registrations

Discussion in 'Youth Leagues & Cups' started by WHITECAPS, Oct 20, 2016.

  1. WHITECAPS

    WHITECAPS Member

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    If a player has just registered in the past 2 days (his id card is obviously not made yet) , and his first game is this weekend, can the player still play in the game? and can he use his registration receipt as proof instead of his id card?
     
  2. easoccer

    easoccer Established Member

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    You can get a letter from your club registrar for a single game. It shouldnt take more than a couple of days to get an id card.
     
  3. LFC

    LFC Active Member

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    Due to so many clubs based at NAP alot of teams have been split up & some barely have enough players .These teams are signing up players even now & quite a few teams could be missing ID cards for some players and opposing coach,s could protest .
     
  4. LauraH

    LauraH Member

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    Yes, a letter from the registrar is usually enough temporarily.
     
  5. WHITECAPS

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    Thanks, that's good to know.
     
  6. WHITECAPS

    WHITECAPS Member

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    Which registrar does the letter have to be signed from? The club registrar or the district registrar?
     
  7. LauraH

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    I've seen it done by the Club registrar. Keep in mind, it's at the discretion of the ref on game day.
     
  8. socceroo

    socceroo Member

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    As a ref i remember seeing letter signed by district registrar , with stamp on it to confirm it is valid.
     
  9. TKBC

    TKBC Established Member

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    ya, try to get in touch with the district board and have in an email that they approve the player playing.

    I've never heard of a ref stopping a player from playing if no ID card but every time this has happened the ref has made it clear they are going to let the opposition coach know and regardless of the result they may choose to protest the game.
     
  10. LauraH

    LauraH Member

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    sorry, it has to be from District, not club.
     
  11. WHITECAPS

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    Thanks easoccer, LauraH, socceroo & TKBC. Your guys suggestions were really helpful, the ref allowed both players to play.
     

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