How to Register?
When to Register?
Generally a Club will register all their members during one
session. Once all tryouts have been completed and players
have been chosen and listed with their specific age group
team, all registration forms along with a finalized team form
are mailed to the OkRVA office. Each team roster must be completed
and a separate check per team. DO NOT ENCLOSE ONE CHECK FOR
THE ENTIRE CLUB.
Registration starts each year on November 1st and goes through
Oct. 31 of the next year. Clubs may start earlier than this
date with tryouts and practices and will be covered by the
insurance prior to because each tryout MUST be sanctioned
with the OkRVA office. There is “no charge” for
the sanctioning of tryouts and practices.
Medical Release Forms
Each Junior player must have a medical release form on file.
The Coach must carry a signed copy of the medical form with
them at all times. It is best to have a copy on file with
the Club Officers as well. There is no need to file a copy
with the OkRVA office.
Each team must have an IMPACT certified coach and a minimum
of 3 certified officials (2referees and a scorekeeper). OkRVA
will host these clinics and they will be announced either
with direct mailing or through the “Attackline”
The Parent Clinic is an informal meeting that a club can
schedule with the Commissioner that can be used to “educate”
parents into the Club system. These are not mandatory only
Try and have a team/club guidelines manual prepared BEFORE
the season begins.
Do not allow any player, coach OR parent to participate
in any form of physical activity (running drills, playing,
shagging…….etc) without the individual filling
out the Registration form for Adults or the Medical Release
form for the junior participant.
Do not allow a parent to drive another player (other than
their own child) without a Chaperon form, which has been
Have a First Aid kit on hand for all practices.
Make sure your Club Director and/or coach has requested
a sanction from the Commissioner to cover all practices
and tryouts with insurance and to be in compliance with
the Guidelines for a Junior Club before either are conducted.