Intra Club Guest/Dual Registraton Player Rules
Intra Club Guest Player Rules:
CJSL League Games
To use a Club Pass player/Intra Club Guest Player in CJSL league games from one team to another in your club, the player does not need to be moved onto the official event roster for that other team.
Coaches can pencil in on the Game Day Roster any players they wish to add as guest players for league games, but MUST have proof that those players are registered in CJSL-GotSport Carding system.
Accepted Proof :
Physical Player Cards w.PHOTO from the player's team that they are coming from. Cards must be printed/laminated and must be present at the game. When adding the player to the game day roster, you must include player name, date of birth, and player ID#.
Players Must be from the Same Club.
Must be of correct age or younger (2 yrs younger max) (Ex- U9 player can only play up to U11. He or She, can not play up to U13 or older team)
A Player cannot play down from a Higher Level team from the same age group..
"D1-A" player can not go down to "D2-B" or "D3-C"
"D2-B" player can not go down to "D3-C", but can go up to "D1-A"
"D3-C" player can play "D2-B" or "D1-A"
Players from the same club, playing on 2 different teams in the same division and same level cannot guest play for that second team.
Example.- Player A, played for Team A in U12 D2 Messi cannot Guest play for Team B, playing in U12 D2 Ronaldo.
Dual Player Registration Clarification as it pertains to CJSL
With many new clubs joining CJSL and existing clubs adding more teams, we want to make sure all our clubs understand the dual registration rule as it applies to CJSL.
Players in CJSL CANNOT be dual registered on another CJSL club that is playing league games in CJSL. They can only be registered with one (1) CJSL Club.
Players in CJSL CAN be dual registered on another CJSL team if that team is playing in a higher level league.
(Ex. Team A (member of CJSL) is playing CJSL, and Team B (member of CJSL) is playing EDP, that player can then be dual registered and play for both teams. However that player, for State Cup, must select one team to play for, he or she cannot play on both teams for State Cup Games).