Player Development Opportunities

Player Development Opportunities
Club Wide Player Pass, Secondary Rosters and Guest Players

 

In order to ensure that all players have the opportunity to reach the level of excellence they desire, BASC has adopted club policies for these three options according to certain criteria and procedures. These programs have been developed to allow for player development by permitting a player to participate with a team other than their primary team exposing them to a higher level of play. These programs are not intended to improve team performance, or to simply have substitute players, but rather to allow a player to experience training, coaching instruction and match play that will accelerate their development as a player.

BASC has adopted the following policies for Club Wide Player Passes (CPP), Secondary Roster Players and Guest Players. These programs have been developed to allow for player development by permitting a player to participate with another team exposing them to a higher level of play. These programs are not intended to improve team performance or to simply have substitute players; applications for such reasons alone will be denied. Below are the policy details for each program.

 


 

Clubwide Player Pass

A Clubwide Player Pass (CPP) system allows for more realistic and fluid movement of players between teams and levels of play. This fluid movement allows the player to be challenged at the appropriate level based on their current level of development. This movement can help reduce the ‘win at all cost’ team first attitude and put the focus of player development back on the individual player. CPP should never be used to improve a team’s standing in league play and should not typically be used to make sure a team has enough players for a game.
 
The Maximum numbers of CPP 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 is for regular league play only - not for tournament play (see Guest Players) and is used for an individual match only. Players cannot miss their primary team's game in order to CPP for another team. CPP is available for all U9 and older players and teams. All players must have a Player Pass issued by the club.
 
For complete details please review the BASC CPP Program Policy.
Click to view/download: BASC CPP Policy & Form ~ Rev. 2019
 
Please carefully review this policy before considering adding a CPP player to your roster. During the spring & fall season, the BASC office shall have 3 business days from receipt of correctly filled out application to notify applicant of the status of approval or denial of application. CPP player requests have multiple approval levels in addition to the administrative side of this process. CPP applications submitted prior to the beginning of the spring or fall season will be added after official rosters are finalized and frozen to team accounts.
 
CPP applications must be sent to the BASC office no later than Wednesday at noon (12 PM) in order for the approval process and changes to the official roster and player passes to be in effect for the following weekends game. CPP applications which are sent to the BASC office after Wednesday at noon (12 PM) will be processed during business hours the following week. 
 
Completed application forms are to be emailed to: info@basoccer.club or delivered to the BASC office during regular business hours. Coaches should follow up with the office to ensure the application is received and processed. 
 

 

Secondary Roster Player

As part of OSA's effort to facilitate player development, Secondary Rosters allow for a player to be rostered on a second team from the same club. The addition of a player to team's secondary roster is good through the completion of the season for which it is applied. This allows a player to continue to play for their primary team while gaining more playing time and experience as a secondary player for a higher level team.  

The Maximum numbers of Secondary 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 Rosters are for regular league play only - not for tournament play (see Guest Players) and is for the season. Once a player is listed as a Secondary Player they cannot be removed until the end of the season unless they are also removed from their primary team. Players cannot miss their primary team's game in order to play as a Secondary Roster player for another team. Available for all U9 and older players and teams. All players must have a Player Pass issued by the club.
 
For complete details please review the BASC Secondary Roster Program Policy.
Click to view/download: BASC Secondary Player Policy & Form ~ Rev. 2019
 
Please carefully review this policy before considering adding a secondary player to your roster. During the spring & fall season, the BASC office shall have 3 business days from receipt of correctly filled out application to notify applicant of the status of approval or denial of application. Secondary and CPP player requests have multiple approval levels in addition to the administrative side of this process. Secondary applications submitted prior to the beginning of the spring or fall season will be added after official rosters are finalized and frozen to team accounts.
 
Secondary applications must be sent to the BASC office no later than Wednesday at noon (12 PM) in order for the approval process and changes to the official roster and player passes to be in effect for the following weekends game. Secondary applications which are sent to the BASC office after Wednesday at noon (12 PM) will be processed during business hours the following week. 
 
Completed application forms are to be emailed to: info@basoccer.club or delivered to the BASC office. Coaches should follow up with the office to ensure the application is received and processed.
 

 

Guest Player

For use in tournament events, OSA's Guest Player option allows for a player to play for another team from the same or another club during a tournament event.  Guest players are limited according to event rules and an on-line form must be completed and confirmation from OSA printed to be presented at team check-in. Guest players may not participate in state tournaments (ie. Governor's/President's Cup).

For complete details please review the OSA Guest Player Policy. (Section 2.05)

Click to go to the OSA Guest Player Registration Form

For complete instructions on what is needed for a guest player at a BASC Tournament, review the Tournament Guest Player page.