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2018-19 Registration (KYCK Play)

Registration System Transition

Registration for the 2019-20 Governing Season (ending July 31, 2020) will take place in US Club Soccer's new National Registration System, powered by SportsEngine. It will NOT take place in KYCK Play.

All functions for the 2018-19 Governing Season (ending July 31, 2019) will continue to take place in KYCK Play. Additionally, while passcards cannot be purchased in KYCK Play for the 2019-20 Governing Season, registrars will maintain access to team, player and staff data currently available.


Visit the KYCK Play Tips web page to access a tutorial video and additional tips and information.

Staff registration:

The steps to complete staff registration are detailed on the Staff Registration web page.

Player registration:

Basic player registration steps are outlined on the KYCK Play Tips web page.


  1. Registrars or staff with appropriate permissions from member clubs/organizations submit US Club Soccer player registrations. For competitive players, this is completed via US Club Soccer’s National Registration System, powered by SportsEngine. For rec players, this is completed via the Rec or Super Rec registration spreadsheets (#R-003R or #R-003SR), available here on the Forms & Documents web page.
  2. US Club Soccer administrators verify and approve player registrations. Players are insured and able to participate at this point. If there are any issues that prevent approval, US Club Soccer will leave a message for the corresponding player (“User Response Required” status).
  3. The player registrations are then submitted by US Club Soccer to the FIFA/U.S. Soccer National Data Center.
  4. Once the FIFA/U.S. Soccer NDC review is complete and approved, the FIFA and U.S. Soccer ID numbers will be added to the player’s record. If there are any ITC or related issues that need to be addressed, the player’s passcard/registration will be deactivated until those are resolved.

General / Other:

Each player (or in the case of a minor, his or her parent) must complete the corresponding Youth or Adult Player Registration Waiver Form, available on the Forms & Documents web page.