CLUB'S TEAM / PLAYER REGISTRATION INFO
Page last updated 9-17-17.
This Page Contains The Information Needed For Clubs To Register Rec Teams With The EPYSA.
The info on this page is not for declaring teams for scheduling purposes. Team declarations can be accessed via buttons on the home page. Declaration info can be found here.
EPYSA TEAM REGISTRATION INSTRUCTIONS
Below is a link to a PDF document that will walk you through the process needed to 'Register Rec Teams' with the EPYSA.
The system used to register the teams is Group Net. If you already use Group Net as your club's player registration system this will save you time because player data is automatically added to the database as players are registered. If you use a different system for your parents to register the kids with your club then you will not need to key in each player's data to Group Net. - If you have any questions about registering teams with the EPYSA please contact the league registrar.
Below are the steps you will follow to register the teams. Each step is explained in detail on the PDF document. If you are unable to open the links in the document the links can be found on EPYSA's website. The instructions document (How to Add Recreational Team) can also be found on the EPYSA page.
Step 1: Make sure that the Annual Membership Form for your club is up-to-date.
Step 2: Make sure all team coaches entering your league have completed their Risk Management Application. Note: All team coaches are required to complete their Risk Management Application in order for them to be added to a roster.
Step 3: Register and create teams using 'Build Recreation Team'.
Step 4: Access Team Management via Eastern Pennsylvania Youth Soccer Database.
Step 5: Run Audit Report + Approve Team.
Step 6: Club Approves Team
Step 7: Recreational League Approves Team
- Rec Payments should be sent to the address below.
- Checks should be made out to LANCO.
- Checks should have the club name in the memo.
REMIT PAYMENT TO:
1809 Windrow Drive
Lancaster, PA 17602
Checks should be made out to LANCO