STEP 3: CERTIFY YOUR TEAM ROSTER
The coach or the team administrator will need to go to TeamCertification.com and create a team and the roster of players to then certify the team before starting the season. Failing to certify will subject your team to forfeiting games or player disqualification from games. Here is the process to certify your team:
- 1. Create or login to your account on TeamCertification.com;
- of this step to create/login to TeamCertification.com;
2. Create or edit your team;
- of this step to create your team;
- of this step for editing team info;
3. Create player profiles for each of your players;
- of this step to create player profiles.
- of this step to fill out and update required profile fields for each player.
- of completion of this step.
4. Most important step is to register your team for the specific leagues and tournaments you wish to play. This is a required step as we do not schedule teams that do not register for the events we host as some are optional for All-Net teams if they’re not available to play. Please make sure to complete this step. You do not need to pay to register on TeamCertification.com. You are just indicating that you will be playing.
- of where to click to register for leagues and tournaments.
- of list of specific leagues and tournaments to register during the year.
- of selecting your players for your roster to then register for Winter League or any other specific event.
- If you add players after registering for any specific event, and you wish to include that newly added player onto your roster for that event, you will need to go back to page in “step a” and unregister for the events and then reregister to check off the newly added players for the event. Click here to
- of where to click to unregister.
5. Final step is to certify the roster that you just registered for the specific event. You will need to present the following by scanning and emailing or setting an appointment to certify them personally at the office. The following need to be presented to be fully certified:
- a. Most recent report card;
- b. Birth certificate;
- c. Payment receipt.