Frequently Asked Questions


 

  1. How do I register for a second team?

  • Currently, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, players are unable to register for more than one team at a time.

      2. I’m an individual player looking for a team to play with/our team is looking for new players.

  • We have a Facebook page and a Google spreadsheet set up for players and teams to post on when they are looking a team to join or additional players for their team. Please go to our Team/Player Finder page for more information. 

      3. When is the player addition deadline?

  • Players may register up to the last day of regular league play. However, any players that register after the last business day in February for indoor and the last business day in July for outdoor will not be able to partake in Playoffs.

  • For any specific dates in each season please see the Dates & Deadlines section under the given season.

      4. My team needs to reschedule a game. What is the process for this?

  • Teams must fill out a Reschedule Request form that is found under the Forms menu heading. Teams are only allowed to submit one reschedule request per season. This fee must accompany the request form or the request will not be considered.

       5. What are the rules for permitting players?

  • You can find permitting rules in the SAS Rules. Indoor and Outdoor have their own specific rules so please be sure to review the correct season.

      6. When are playoffs?

  • Playoffs are held after the last game of the season has been played. For specific dates in each season please see the Dates & Deadlines section under the Indoor/Outdoor drop-down menu. Note: Playoffs are not held for the Legends and Co-ed divisions. *Due to COVID-19 Playoffs will not be held.

      7. Is it possible to play a soccer game without an ID card?

  • Yes, we now accept Government Issued Photo ID. However, we still recommend that you obtain a Saskatoon Soccer Player ID Card. Unfortunately, Player ID Cards get lost. It's not as bad to lose a Player ID Card than it is a Driver's License or Passport.

  • We are not responsible for lost or stolen Player ID Cards or Government Issued Photo IDs.

      8. How do I print off game sheets?

  • You cannot. However, we hope RAMP will find a solution to allow them to be printed from the Schedule section of any team.

      9. Can I pay for my registration fee/blacklist fee/ID card over the phone? What type of payments do you accept? To whom do I send them?

  • We do not accept payments of any kind over the phone.

  • We now accept Debit and Credit (Visa, Mastercard) at the office. We still accept cash and cheques payable to Saskatoon Adult Soccer.

    • *In-office debit/credit has been suspended due to COVID-19.

  • You may also register online through RAMP to pay the $40 SSA/SAS Registration fee online.

  • Individual Player Registration fee e-transfer payments can be sent to info@saskatoonadultsoccer.com.

  • Team Fees may not be paid by Credit or Debit at the office. However, they can be paid online via credit card or by e-transfer to executivedirector@saskatoonadultsoccer.com.

  • E-transfer payments for Blacklist, Reschedule or Delayed Payment Request fees are also sent to executivedirector@saskatoonadultsoccer.com.

      10. Who are cheques payable to?

  • Cheques can be made out to Saskatoon Adult Soccer. ("SAS" alone is insufficient.)

      11. Can I transfer teams? If so, how?

  • Currently, due to COVID-19, we are not allowing players to transfer teams. However, during normal circumstances, our rules are the following:

  • Yes, a player can make 2 transfers per season. Confirmation from the team contacts is required before you can play a game with the new team. See the Transfer/Release section of our Rules and Regulations for complete details. We do require the request in writing, so please send requests to our Operations Coordinator at admin@saskatoonadultsoccer.com.

  • We have two Transfer Deadlines each season. Please check the Dates & Deadlines page for specific. (One deadline is to transfer down, and the other is to transfer up.)

  • Players are not able to transfer back to their original team once they have left. They would need to wait until the next season to return.

      12. Why do your emails say SSA - Saskatoon Adult Soccer, and not SAS - Saskatoon Adult Soccer?

  • SSA is the abbreviation of Saskatchewan Soccer Association, and is listed ahead of Saskatoon Adult Soccer because the our website is granted and sponsored through Sask Soccer. The abbreviation for Saskatoon Adult Soccer is SAS, however RAMP requires that SSA be listed on all emails.

      13. I hurt myself, what insurance do I have through the league?

  • You need to go through the Saskatchewan Soccer Association to put in an insurance claim:

Saskatchewan Soccer Association - Insurance Policy & Forms
 

      14. Who do I contact regarding game stats? Or team fees? Volunteering?

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