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All American Cup Application & Required Forms

June 18-20, 2021

Showcase tournament featuring full-length games.

 

Tournament Contacts

Clinton LaBeau

Director

Phone: 763.785.3679

Cheryl Blaker

Registrar

Phone: 763.717.3229

Application and Required Forms Deadlines

The application deadline is May 14, 2021, or until divisions fill.

  • All required forms due June 4, 2021
  • Please Note:
    • 9U-10U Competitive, 11U-19U metro area teams should be prepared to play games starting Friday after 8 a.m.
    • 9U-10U Competitive, 11U-19U non-metro area teams should be prepared to play games starting Friday after 3 p.m.
    • Jamboree teams will start play on Saturday morning. 

Required Forms

Everything you need to manage your team's trip to NSC All American Cup is right here!

Mailing Address: 1700 105th Ave NE, Blaine, MN 55449
Phone: 763.717.3229 Fax: 763.785.3660
Email: registrar2@nscsports.org

Team Manager Account

Manage your team's roster online making it easy to drop or add players and edit player information.

  • You will need the team ID number you received after being accepted.
  • You must check the box indication concussion training has been completed. This is a requirement of the state of Minnesota Statute 121A.37. 
  • If you are considering guest players, please review our guest player/player pool page.
  • Please note that the roster must be completed before parents can complete the online NSC  waiver

Liability Waiver

Waivers due by June 4

This is a youth event all waivers must be completed by the parent or legal guardian for each player.

Once the roster has been entered direct parents to complete their waiver using the process outlined below in the NSC Event HQ.  The account owner must be 18 years of age or older.  (Only need one account per family).

If you already have an existing NSC Event HQ account then log-in here 

Waiver instructions:

English  Click here 

Spanish Click here 

Somali Click here 

Need further assistance please contact the Registrar

 

File Upload Instructions

No more emailing and faxing!

Team managers and/or parents can securely submit all required documentation (required “forms”) by using the new “File Upload” feature in the NSC Event HQ portal.   

Log into your NSC Event HQ account

(if you do not have an NSC Event HQ account – click HERE to create one) 

From the list of options found under the “Customer Tools” menu, select the one labeled “File Upload”.  After finding/searching for the event you wish to upload documents for, you will be asked to provide your Team ID. 

After providing your valid Team ID you will be able to upload files to the NSC registration system.  Only files with the following extensions are allowed for uploading:  “png”, “pdf”, “gif” and “img”. 

Official Rosters

US Club Soccer Teams

  • All non-Minnesota teams must provide a copy of their official US Club Soccer roster by the deadline listed above. View the US Club Soccer Tournament Hosting Application below.
  • 2021 US Club Soccer Hosting Application

Canadian Teams

  • Request Team Notification-to-Travel and Official Province/Club Roster

    • Contact your province/club for the official state roster and Notification-to-Travel to a USYS sanctioned tournament. Copy of approved travel permit and province/club roster must be on file before Final Team Check-in.
    • 2021 Application to Host Tournament (coming soon) provides information necessary to complete your province’s notification-to-travel application.

US Youth Soccer Teams

  • Request Team Notification-to-Travel and Official State Roster (Not required for Minnesota Youth Soccer Association Teams)

    • Contact your USYS state association for the official state roster and Notification-to-Travel to a USYS sanctioned tournament. Copy of approved travel permit and state roster must be on file before Final Team Check-in.
    • 2021 Application to Host Tournament provides information necessary to complete your state association’s notification-to-travel application.

Player Pass Documentation

US Club Soccer Teams

  • Current laminated US Club player passes are required for participation

    • Player passes must be presented at Final Team Check-in and to the referee at the start of each game. No copies.

Canadian Teams

  • Current youth player passes are required for participation

    • Canadian booklets/provincial player cards and FIFA affiliate player passes are accepted.
    • Player passes must be presented at Final Team Check-in and to the referee at the start of each game. No copies.

Minnesota Teams

  • Current laminated MYSA youth player passes are required for participation

    • Player passes must be presented at Final Team Check-in and to the referee at the start of each game. No copies.

US Youth Soccer Teams

  • Current laminated USYS youth player passes are required for participation

    • Player passes must be presented at Final Team Check-in and to the referee at the start of each game. No copies.

Concussion Training

All coaches involved in a National Sports Center YOUTH event are required to take concussion training as dictated by Minnesota Statute 121A.37. The U.S. Center for Disease Control and Prevention has a free, online course entitled “HEADS UP” is accessible by the link here.

A copy of the Minnesota statute is available as a PDF download here.

Roster Guidelines

  • Teams may NOT over roster, not exceeding the six guest player limit. If your roster exceeds the six guest player limit, contact your state association for information regarding reclassification as a tournament team. The six guest player limit is not negotiable; it is part of the tournament sanctioning. If your team is reclassified as a tournament team, forward the documentation to the tournament. Guest players may play at the same level or a higher level of competition offered by the tournament.
  • Roster sizes:
    • U9-10 playing 7v7 may roster and dress up to 14 players.
    • U11-U12 playing 9v9 may roster and dress up to 16 players.
    • U13-U15 playing 11v11 may roster and dress 18 players for games.
    • U16-U19 playing 11v11 may roster 22 and dress 18 players for games.
  • If you do not have all the player passes for Final Team Check-in, arrange for your players/guest players to either check in as individuals at Final Team Check-in or report to Tournament Headquarters at least 90 minutes before the team’s first game.
  • Players on the roster at Final Team Check-in but who arrive late are legitimate players. These players must report to Tournament Headquarters at least 90 minutes prior to their first game time for approval to play. 
  • All players must meet the age requirements and be listed on the team roster.
  • Players may play up or down, if age eligible.
  • Youth players currently registered with both a sanctioned youth and adult league may be eligible to play. Player pass will reflect proper documentation.
  • Females may play on male teams; males may not play on female teams.
  • A jersey must be provided to the guest player by the host team.

Final Team Check-in

 

REMOTE TEAM CHECK-IN

This means ALL the required forms have been completed and turned in Via the new File upload system. 

Teams must opt-in via the Team Manager Account and all required forms must be received by the deadline of June 4

 

  • Required forms 
    • Roster with jersey numbers 
    • Waivers
    • Copy of Official State Roster and Travel Papers. Guest Player Loan Forms  if applicable 
  • Upload required forms using the new file upload feature 
  • Rosters will be frozen and changes cannot be made without Tournament Director or Registrar assistance.
  • Guidelines

    The team representative will report to the NSC Welcome Center 30 minutes before the team's first game. You will receive copies of the frozen roster for presentation to the center referee at the start of each game

    Reminder 

  • Physical player passes are required before each game. Copies are not accepted.
  • Physical coach passes are required before each game. Copies are not accepted.
  • All passes must be from the same governing body for all coaches and all players.
  • A mask is required when interacting with tournament staff
  • IN-PERSON TEAM CHECK-IN

    Required if  the team has not provided ALL the required forms by June 4 

  • Location: Welcome Center
  • Time: 60 minutes prior to the team’s first game
  • Guidelines

  • A mask is required when interacting with tournament staff
  • A representative must check-in 60 minutes before the team’s first game.
  • If applicable Copy of the Official State Roster, Travel Papers, and guest player loan forms MUST be submitted PRIOR 
  • Physical player passes are required at check-in and before each game. Copies are not accepted.
  • Physical coach passes are required at check-in and before each game. Copies are not accepted.
  • All passes must be from the same governing body for all coaches and all players
  • Arrange player passes in the same order as your roster for faster check-in.
  • Rosters will be frozen at this time 
  • The team representative will receive the following:
    • Copies of the frozen roster for presentation to the center referee at the start of each game