The administrators’ page provides resources for our member organizations and anyone working in administration for a Missouri Youth Soccer organization. This includes Board Members, Registrars, Secretaries, volunteer and paid office staff, Tournament Directors, etc.
Making sure that your club/team/player is properly registered with the State Association is very important. Within this section, you will find all the forms and guidelines you need for registration, news updates, best practices for running your organization, insurance information, judicial information and more.
To request a Certificate of Insurance for a Team, Club or League please CLICK HERE
To process a claim please CLICK HERE
Note – the email link should open your email application with the address inserted. If you use a web-based email (e.g. Gmail) you can right-click on the email link to copy the email address and paste the email in to your preferred email application. Please use a SUBJECT of “Claim Process”
Forms and Downloads
Visit our library where all documents on our website live – this is the place to find medical release forms, insurance forms, rules of completion, and other documents you may need.
Registration and Transfer Information
Information on Missouri Youth Soccer Associations Registration Policies and Procedures can be found at the following link – 2016-2017 MYSA Registration Policies
Missouri Independent Teams that wish to register with the State Office and are not affiliated with any particular League. The State Office will issue you your player cards and rosters.
Missouri State Pass is for the individual player that wishes to register through the Missouri Youth Soccer State Office as an “At Large” Player. The state office issues you your player card and effectively becomes your registrar. You will need to go through the state office for any guest player forms to be processed. This registration is ONLY FOR THOSE PLAYERS STAYING INSIDE THE STATE OF MISSOURI TO PLAY SOCCER. If you are wishing to go out of state and you are an individual you need to use the Out of State Permission link.
For more information, visit MYSA State Pass
A player is eligible to transfer from one club to another with approval from both the sending and receiving teams. The player must fill out the Player Transfer Form by clicking on the link above and filling out the information. Additional fee may be required.
Download the MYSA Player Transfer Form
Any Missouri-registered team that is traveling outside the state of Missouri for a tournament, league play, or friendly, is required to get a travel permit. Any team that is playing or participating in any event that is sanctioned by any other state, and happen to be playing in Missouri you will need a travel permit. (for example you may be playing at SportPort in Creve Coeur but the event you are playing in has been sanctioned by Kansas and not Missouri – you need a travel permit)
If a team is participating in an out-of-state event and does not request (and receive) a travel permit, your team will not be covered under the MYSA insurance policies. Therefore, the players willl not be covered under our accident policy in case of injury for that event.
All Travel Requests must go through THE TOURNAMENT CENTER.
Here is a video demo on using The Tournament Center.
International Clearance Process
FIFA requires all players over the age of 10, regardless of their ability or citizenship, to receive an international transfer clearance (“ITC”) from their former country when they are attempting to register to play soccer in a different country (i.e., the United States). U.S. Soccer is responsible for obtaining that ITC on behalf of all players in the U.S. participating in affiliated leagues.
For more details, visit the US Soccer International Clearance Process page.
You may also download the Age Matrix from US Youth Soccer’s Player Development Initiative PDI Age Matrix that includes a chart through 2025 allowing players to track where they will be through their development cycle.
Nonprofit governance focuses primarily on the fiduciary responsibility that a board of directors has with respect to the exercise of authority over the explicit public trust that is understood to exist between the mission of an organization and those whom the organization serves. Missouri Youth Soccer and each of our member organizations may have started as soccer organizations but we have thrived because we are nonprofits that have demonstrated to our community that we are here to serve a vital need – we believe in the game of soccer as a vehicle to create better people through the physical, mental, and emotional development that is fostered through our sport and our supporters.