Trial Permit Information
Trial Permits can only be used up to July 31. After that, the EODSA forbids new registrations, even trials.
Trial Permits for a NCISL team
We haven't yet gone through this process and I don't know if the NCISL allows the permits. Ask the admin. If the league does allow them, you'll need the admin to tell you the League, Club and Team Registration numbers for the form. And then you'll presumably follow the same process as for the OCSL.
Trial Permits for an OCSL team
- Tell your trial player to fill out the Trial Permit from the EODSA website. Look under Forms / Registration. S/he'll need the following info from you:
- League: OCSL, registration number 5117
- Club name: Spitfires, number 0740
- Team name: get your official name & number from your Official Roster which our registrar should have given to you.
- Have the player take the form in to the soccer office to get it stamped/approved and pay the fee ($5 in 2013) and, if s/he needs it, get a photo ID card ($2 in 2013).
- At the game, write the player's name in the appropriate spot on the game sheet and give the approved form to the ref.
- If the trial is successful and you and the player like each other, register them in the regular way. Be sure to check Spitfires' late registration page to see what the fee reduction is for a player registering mid-season and look at the timeline page to see how long the bureaucracy takes.