Question: View A player received a red card, how do they get their pass back?
Question: View How do I get a replacement pass?
Question: View We're traveling to an out-of-state tournament. How do we get our player passes early?
Player Passes Responses
A player received a red card, how do they get their pass back?
Response: When a player receives a red card, the referee will issue them an Ejected Participant Report (which is provided by the coach). This report will designate how many games the player must sit out. The form must be signed by the referee of each game the player sits out. The player does not have to be present at each game they are sitting out. After the suspension has been served, the form must then be sent to the MYSA office and they will return the player pass. The player is allowed to use the Ejected Participant Report as a player pass for up to ten (10) days after the final game suspension has been served.
How do I get a replacement pass?
Response: You are able to obtain a replacement pass if it is lost, misplaced or damaged. Complete a Replacement Pass Request, available online in the Forms Directory (Quick Links > Forms/Rules/Policies > Forms Directory > League Player) and send it to the MYSA office. It will take 48 business hours from the time the request comes into the MYSA office to receive the replacement pass. The cost is $15.00.
We're traveling to an out-of-state tournament. How do we get our player passes early?
Response: Submit a completed Travel Permit and all required forms, your passes and official roster will be printed and available to you with permission from your club Registrar.