Rostered for 2 teams

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  1. Kicknit22

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    Here's a question....is it okay for a player to be rostered (for a tournament) and play for 2 different teams, even if they are 2 different age groups? 1- ECNL and 1- Non/ECNL.
     
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    Not in State or National Cup, not even one team in State Cup President's and one team in National.
     
  3. Kicknit22

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    I was specifically thinking of the Players College Showcase, actually. I notice players listed on separate rosters for two different teams from different age groups. It just sparked curiosity.
     
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    This morning I found a player listed twice on the National Cup Olders Red Card page (same player ID number) for 2 different teams with cards both issued on the same date. I suspect a paperwork or administrative error.
     
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    Why would you have your DD do that? Not sure what age your DD is, but before careful of wear and tear in their bodies. Something I overlooked.
     
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    Not my DD I'm talking about. I see a girl on an ECNL team in one age group in Vegas, and a Non in the same. Sparked my curiosity. I agree, it's not what I would recommend or allow my daughter to do.
     
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    Just happened upon this-- but why is there so much lyin' and cheatin' in this sport? It's like a bad country music song...
     
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    Throw in the bad track suits, fake birth certificates and roster intrigue and it seems like more of a rap song or an HBO drama!
     
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    I know this is an old thread, but I'll answer it because nobody did. It is not against the rules to roster a player with multiple Youth Council members/affiliates. Thus, a player can be simultaneously registered and rostered with a:

    US Club Soccer / ECNL / NPL team.
    US Youth Soccer / Cal South team.
    AYSO Team.

    Its not uncommon for a Club with an ECNL team (maximum rosters sizes of 30), to also register a team made up of a majority of those player in USYS/Cal South affiliated or sanctioned programs (CSL, SCDSL, CRL, etc.) and club pass the other players as needed. Perfectly legal and not a rule violation per se.
     
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    Is the fake birth certificate issue really that rampant? Isn't someone supposed to be checking originals?
     
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    In addition, I have been told the USSF PDA players are registered separately from those classifications.
     
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    Correct, it's an entirely separate registration / league system completely different than us youth soccer or US Club.
     

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