All Conference Teams will be realigned based on the results of the Conference Cup Tournaments over the summer. The complete Team-Conference alignment can only be announced after all returning teams have registered, so it’s very important to REGISTER EARLY!!
There are three levels of involvement for power soccer teams.
Teams that want to be in the competitive level of Conference play must play a minimum of 12 games, two (2) of which must be against teams in the same conference or higher, as well as participate in the post-season tournament.
Teams who don’t wish to be quite as competitive or travel should register as a Non-Conference team. Non-conference teams can still play competitive, sanctioned USPSA games, but there is no minimum number of games to play and no end-of-season tournament.
A Recreation Team is for a team that has a program but doesn't wish to play competitive games but wants to stay informed about the sport and provides a path to those players who wish to move to competition.
Before you play any games, remember – you and your team need to register! Registration is done online RIGHT HERE!
At the time of registration, you must specify what kind of team you will be – a Conference team, a Non-Conference team, or a Recreation team. Returning teams that register after October 31st will incur a $100 late fee. Any team that registers after January 1st will not be able to participate in a Conference Cup Championship.
Team names must be unique. New Teams: please check the current list of teams before deciding upon your team's name.
Only new athletes and staff members must physically sign a copy of the Waiver/Liability Release form before they can participate. The Waiver is a PDF download and must be mailed or faxed to the USPSA Secretary below.
Download Waiver/Liability PDF
IMPORTANT: Teams, please collect any necessary waivers from your members and send them in ONE packet to the Secretary at the new address below.
Mail to: USPSA Secretary, 1416 Shell Flower Dr., Brandon, FL 33511
Your team's registration is not complete unless we also have your Proof of Insurance. If your team purchases insurance through USPSA, we have already sent you renewal information. If your team purchases insurance independently, you MUST submit a certificate to prove your coverage to USPSA! Ask your insurance company for a certificate and send it to the Secretary.
If you wish to go through USPSA for your team’s insurance, download the Team Insurance Enrollment Form below:
Download Team Insurance Enrollment Form (PDF)
When your team registers, you must submit the name and email address of your USPSA Team Representative. A Team Representative can be a player, coach, manager, or parent/guardian. The Team Representative is an intermediary between your team and the USPSA Executive Board. They are responsible for passing along any questions from their team to USPSA, filling out important surveys, voting at the Annual General Meeting, and keeping their team updated on everything they receive from USPSA. Sometimes time-sensitive notices are sent out to Team Representatives, so please be sure your chosen Team Representative is aware of these responsibilities and can handle them. (An adult is preferred.)
**Any team who is not represented at the Annual General Meeting by their selected team representative will be fined $200.00. Their attendance at this meeting is mandatory and there are several attendance options available, such as proxy ballot, video conference, or in person. This fine is due by September 1, 2020 to the USPSA. Any team who does not pay their incurred fine by the deadline will be determined ineligible to register as a conference team for the 2020-21 season.**
Remember, to be COMPLETELY registered and eligible to play in USPSA sanctioned matches, you must submit:
Team registration form
Four (4) or more athlete registration form
One (1) or more staff registration form
Proof of Insurance
Questions can be directed to: