Join us for an early-season tournament outdoors!
Registration Deadline is May 22, 2020
Manage your team's roster online making it easy to drop and add players and edit player information.
Participants should not be listed under the team manager account unless it is their child
Participants should not be listed under the team manager's account unless it is their child.
Step 1: If this is your first time using the system, you will need to create an NSC Event HQ household account. Get started at NSC Event HQ
The account owner must be 18 years of age or older. (Only need one account per family)
Step 2: After you have created your account, verified your email and set up your password.
Step 3: You can then add your children and or spouse as “participants”. If applicable
If you already have an existing NSC Event HQ account then log-in here
To complete a waiver
Log in to your NSC Event HQ account
Once logged in,
Step 1: Click on the “Customer Tools” link in the main menu bar and then select “Complete waiver”.
Step 2: Select the event. You may also filter the events by sport and/or name.
Step 3: Enter the Team id -provided by the team manager
Step 4: Select the participant’s name from the roster (if not on the roster contact the team manager)
Step 5: Select the participant’s name from the drop-down in your NSC Event HQ account. If the participant is not listed you must add them
Read and accept
NSC Kick-off Challenge waiver due by June 8
Need further assistance please contact the Registrar
Request Team Notification-to-Travel and Official Province/Club Roster
Request Team Notification-to-Travel and Official State Roster (Not required for Minnesota Youth Soccer Association Teams)
Current laminated US Club player passes are required for participation
Current youth player passes are required for participation
Current laminated MYSA youth player passes are required for participation
Current laminated USYS youth player passes are required for participation
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.