Trial Permits FAQ

Trial Registration Permit 2016(TRP)

Trial Registration Permits are not valid after July 31st.


1. What is a Trial Registration Permit?

2. Who can get a Trial Registration Permit

3. How many Trial Registration Permits can I have in a season?

4. When does the Trial Registration Permit expire?  

5. Can two Trial Registration Permits overlap?

6. How much does a Trial Registration Permit cost?

7. When does it become effective?

8. Which leagues can I get a Trial Registration Permit for?


1. What is a Trial Registration Permit?
A Trial Registration Permit allows an unregistered player to play 2 games on a specified team within a club on a Trial basis or all the games in a tournament.


2. Who can get a Trial Registration Permit?
A player can only get a Trial Registration Permit if they are not registered with any other soccer club this season.


3. How many Trial Registration Permits can I have in a season?
A player can have 2 Trial Registration Permits in a season but each must be with a different soccer club.


4. When does the Trial Registration Permit expire?
Trial Registration Permits are good for 15 days and allow you to play 2 games within that 15 day period. or all the games in a tournament. Trial Registration Permits are not valid after July 31st for League play.


5. Can two Trial Registration Permits overlap?
Your first Trial Registration Permit must expire before you can get a second one.


6. How much does a Trial Registration Permit cost?
The cost of the Trial Registration Permit is $20.00 If you do not have a valid player ID card there is another $6.50 charge to issue a card.


7. When does it become effective?
A Trial Registration Permit is effective the same day that it gets approved.


8. Which leagues can I get a Trial Registration Permit for?
Each league has their own rules as to which levels allow for Trial Registration Permits. Please see the league rules to verify if the level you will be playing allows for Trial Registration Permits.