A Guide for Parents – Information on Rostering Your Player (to be distributed to team families)
Medical Consent Form (without notary section) League play and most all tournaments do not require a notary signature
Medical Consent Form (with notary section) ONLY use this form if your tournament/event REQUIRES a notary signature
International Paperwork - Clearance
Players NEW to Travel Soccer and born or lived outside the United States will need to submit additional paperwork to request clearance from US Soccer and FIFA. Many clearances are quick and involve completing a short form. Other clearances are more complicated. Required clearance holds true even if your player is a US Citizen.
For complete information on International paperwork and forms please visit VYSA’s website – International Registration Section.
US Soccer International Paperwork Resources
Prior to Age 10 - Players who were born outside of the U.S. but entered the country to live prior to their 10th birthday
First Registration - U.S. citizens born outside of the U.S. who have never registered to play soccer in another country
DO NOT SEND ANY OF THE ABOVE INTERNATIONALPAPERWORK DIRECTLY TO US SOCCER. IT MUST BE REVIEWED BY THE CLUB AND THE VYSA REGISTRAR FIRST.