Club Wide Player Pass & Secondary Roster

Club Wide Player Pass & Secondary Roster

Club Wide Player Pass & Secondary Roster

•    Requires application to the club via a CPP Player Application. The BASC office shall have 3 business days from the receipt of correctly filled out application to notify applicant of the status of approval or denial of the application. CPP player requests have multiple approval levels in addition to the administrative side of this process.
•    Requires review/approval by the BASC Head Coach and notification to the team's primary coach for each player and each game.
•    The Maximum numbers of CPP or Secondary players that can be added to a primary roster for any age group are below:
•    U9-U10: 2 CPP Players
•    U11-U12: 2 CPP Players
•    U13-U4: 3 CPP Players
•    U15-U19: 4 CPP Players
•    CPP requests will be accepted no earlier than one (1) week before seasons opening weekend.
•    Primary roster players attending the game must play. 50% playing time applies to all players (primary and CPP) for the game (excluding competitive level games).
•    Primary players not attending/participating in a game must be noted on the game form and verified by the referee.
•    The number of players present for a game (Primary+CPP+Secondary) cannot exceed the club or league maximum for that age group.
•    CPP players must be printed on the game form.
•    U9/U10 players must have a player pass printed by the club for the match. All Ull and older players must have a player pass present for check in with the referee.
•    CPP players cannot miss their primary team game(s) to play for another team.
•    Roster changes are made in GotSoccer by the club.
•    All CPP players must utilize a uniform in compliance with league rules.
•    All CPP players must provide a copy of a signed medical release form to the coach.

All rules herein apply to BASC teams and supersede OSA policies/or recreational soccer. Items not specifically addressed herein shall conform to OSA policies. 
BASC has adopted the following policies for Secondary Players. This program has been developed to allow for player development by permitting a player to participate with another team exposing them to a higher level of play. All approvals/or Secondary players are made according the requirements herein at the discretion of the BASC Club Head Coach and notification to the team's primary coach. The BASC office shall have 3 business days from receipt of the correctly filled out application to notify applicant of the status of approval or denial of the application. Secondary player requests have multiple approval levels in addition to the administrative side of this process. Denials may be appealed to the BASC Executive Board. Guest Player Policy is that of OSA and is only applicable for tournament and friendly games. 

Secondary Players

Purpose: Allow for player development by permitting participation of a recreational player on a higher level team within the same club throughout a single season of league play. Not intended to improve a team's performance, but can be used to complement primary roster in the event of primary players regularly missing games (ie. older teams) so long as movement is a vertical move (ie. up an age group, rec to rec+, rec or rec+ to competitive). However, players from a REC+ team playing in the OPL League (Oklahoma Premier League) will have the opportunity to request horizontal movement in the same age group. 

•    For regular season league games of the team only - not tournament play.
•    Intra-club movement only (BASC players to BASC teams).
•    Available for U9 and older teams.
•    Must be age appropriate or playing up.
•    Must be a vertical move (i.e. up an age group, rec to rec+, rec or rec+ to competitive). However, players from a REC+ team playing in the OPL League
(Oklahoma Premier League) will have the opportunity to request horizontal movement in the same age group.
•    For duration of the current season.
•    Requires application to the club via a Secondary Player application by the
parent/guardian. The BASC office shall have 3 business days from receipt of the correctly filled out application to notify applicant of the status of approval or denial of the application. Secondary player requests have multiple approval levels in addition to the administrative side of this process. 

•    Requires review/approval by the BASC Head Coach and notification to the team primary coach for each player and each season.
•    The Maximum numbers of Secondary Players or CPP players that can be added to a Primary roster for any age group are below:
•    U9-U10: 2 Secondary Players
•    U11-U12: 2 Secondary Players
•    U13-U4: 3 Secondary Players
•    U15-U19: 4 Secondary Players
•    Secondary Player requests will be accepted no earlier than one (1) week before seasons opening weekend.
•    Primary roster players attending the game must play. 50% playing time applies to all players (primary and secondary) for the game.
•    The number of players present for a game (Primary+CPP+Secondary) cannot exceed the club or league maximum for that age group.
•    Primary players not attending/participating in a game must be noted on the game form and verified by the referee.
•    Secondary players must be printed on the game form.
•    U9/U10 players must have a player pass printed by the club for the match. All Ull and older players must have a player pass present for check in with the referee.

•    Secondary players cannot miss their primary team game(s).
•    Roster changes made in GotSoccer by the club.
•    Rostering of secondary players is for the season and cannot be removed unless the player leaves their primary team.
•    All Secondary players must utilize a uniform in compliance with league rules.
•    All Secondary players must provide a copy of a signed medical release form to the coach.