1. What Paperwork Do I Need To Bring To Check-In?
All Teams are required to bring their Quickfoot roster, Certified Roster, Medical Releases, Guest Releases, and Special Event Forms.
2. What is a certified roster?
A certified roster is different than a Quickfoot roster. A certified roster is the Official roster used by your Association for your team. Rosters must be signed by the registrar & coach, and be an official association document. Rosters written down in pen/pencil will not be accepted. Any roster that is typed up must be signed by the association’s registrar & coach. Only USSF sanctioned association rosters will be accepted.
3. Can I use an indoor team roster as my required certified roster?
There is a way for everyone to participate. If you do not have an outdoor roster, we will accept an indoor roster. However there will be an additional fee per player since we are not allowed to accept indoor rosters as official rosters by the state associations that sanction our tournaments. You will be participating as a non-registered team. Please fill out a special event roster form for each player and bring $5 for each player at the tournament check-in.
4. Can a girl play on a boy’s team?
Yes, this is allowable, however, boys may not play on a girl’s team.
5. I just finished looking at the schedule, why am I in an older age group?
Quickfoot does everything possible to keep “pure” age divisions. In some cases, in order to fill a division or allow another team to play we must combine two age groups. By association rules we must name the division according to the oldest team within it. (I.E. If there are 8 U9 teams and 1 U10 , we will still name it a U10 Division)
6. Should I fax you my medical releases with my other paperwork?
It is not a requirement that you send your paperwork in prior to the tournament. You may wait to turn in all additional paperwork at the check-in tent on the day of the tournament. Medical releases can be used from past tournaments within the current tournament year or the one’s on file with your team. These releases do not need to be notarized.
7. When will the schedules for each tournament be posted?
The tournament schedules will be posted no later than the Wednesday evening prior to the tournament.
8. Does the coach we are using have to be the registered or official coach of our team?
No, anyone can coach a team participating in a tournament.
9. One of my players is sick, can I replace him on the roster?
Yes, a player can be substituted at any time up until the time of the first game. Rosters are frozen at kickoff of the first game time. Player substitution forms can be found in the “Forms” section of our website.
10. When is the tournament check-in?
You will need to check in Saturday 15 min prior to your first game at the tournament site. Only one person needs to check the team in. (Team members are not required to be at check-in)
11. How can I assure I will be able to get a tournament t-shirt?
Quickfoot tournament t-shirts are available for sale at all tournament sites. However, you may pre-order your t-shirt as part of the t-shirt registration package.
12. What if there is bad weather forecasted for the upcoming tournament?
The decision of possible postponement or cancellation of a tournament will be made no later than the day before the event. Quickfoot does not cancel tournament due to cold, heat, etc. Tournament schedules could be rearranged and/or games be shortened in the event of bad weather the day of the tournament. Updates will be posted on the voice message at 469-728-7700. You will not be contacted personally with this announcement.
13. What is the registration deadline for the tournaments?
10 days prior to the event date or post-marked 15 days prior if mailing in your registration.
14. What is considered a “Guest Player”?
A player not currently on your outdoor team roster. In the circumstances that there is no limit to the number guest players allowed for a particular Quickfoot City Qualifier, you can assemble a team of your choosing from any number of registered players.
15. How do I know how many guest players I can have on my team?
The rule for tournaments in North Texas is both youth and adult teams may have guest players. Youth teams must be made from a single outdoor roster.
16. How can non-USYSA or non-USASA teams participate?
The rules are different for each state association. Please reference the rules section of this website for more details.
17. Where can I find medical release forms, registration forms, etc..?
All possible forms needed for Quickfoot events are located on the forms section of this website in PDF format. You will need the Adobe Acrobat Reader to view these forms. If you do not have Acrobat, you can download it for free at www.adobe.com.
18. How are game scores reported?
The referee will provide the winning team with a score card that must be turned in immediately to the Quickfoot administration area.
19. How are yellow and red cards reported?
The referee turns in a report to the referee assignor on duty who takes appropriate action.
20. Can a team add players to their roster after they have qualified for the Tournament of Champions?
Yes, each team is allowed 2 substitutions from the city qualifying event to the TOC. Substitution request forms must be submitted 1 week prior to the TOC and must be approved by the Tournament Director.
21. What is the refund policy?
Entry fees are non-refundable before or after registration deadline. A cancellation by you before the entry deadline will result in you being granted a credit for use in an alternate tournament. Otherwise, no credits or refunds will be granted. This includes, but is not limited to, cancellations arising from inclement weather, personal scheduling conflicts and inability to make a tournament. In case of inclement weather, the Tournament Director reserves the right to reduce the number of scheduled games and/or the time of games. If you have questions about this, feel free to contact us at 469-728-7700 or firstname.lastname@example.org.