We have been keeping in contact with GotSport since their systems went down last week. We understand that many of you may be trying to update registrations paperwork, but cannot. GotSport has indicated they hope to have their systems back up and available by Wednesday, Feb 22 or Thursday, Feb 23. That is all the information we have at this time.
Sometimes the Application and Registration deadlines are confused for each other. Perhaps this explanation will distinguish the the two.
Step 1: Apply to the tournament before the application deadline in order to be considered. While the application process does allow you to upload registration documents at that time, they are not required until after your team is accepted.
Step 2: After your application have been accepted, you must upload the registration documents before the registration deadline.
Application Deadline for both weekends: February 20, 2024
Registration Deadline for Girls weekend: March 21, 2024
Registration Deadline for Boys weekend: March 28, 2024
Once you have downloaded all of your documents, please hit the notify Button in the top right. This tells us you have uploaded all of your information and are ready to be checked in.
After the registration team reviews, if all is good you will see a Registration Complete in the Info tab of the event under team registrations. Look for Event Organization Flags section (see example below). If you are missing something or there is an issue with a document you will see a Registration Incomplete and will also receive an email with the issue stated.
To add or clone rosters, you will need to be a coach, manager or club administrator. If you are unable to add or clone your roster, please contact your club administrator. Here is the link for cloning rosters.
If you have any questions about this after receiving the email, you can contact:
Lindsay's law places a new set of requirements on parents/guardians, athletes, and coaches. You will need to view the video below, read the handout, and sign the required form (parents/guardians/AND PLAYERS per the State Of Ohio) in order to compete in this tournament. Players and coaches carded by Ohio Soccer Association to not need to do this as it was a requirement for carding.
Parents/guardians and youth athletes:
The NFHS has teamed up with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to educate coaches, officials, parents and students on the importance of proper concussion recognition and management in high school sports. This course highlights the impact of sports-related concussion on athletes, teaches how to recognize a suspected concussion, and provides protocols to manage a suspected concussion with steps to help players return to play safely after a concussion. Each state's requirements for concussion management are included as part of the course.
The free course can be found here: https://nfhslearn.com/courses/concussion-in-sports-2.