Club Passes, Secondary Permission Passes & Player Ages
1. 1) MOSA will allow Club Passes starting Fall 2017
2. 2) Clubs will be allowed to transfer players from one team to another within the club.
a. Players can play up as many flights as they want. (Example: player on a Nat 6 team could play on a Nat 1 team)
b. Players can only move down one flight without prior approval from the MOSA secretary (Example: Player on a Nat 1 team could play on a Nat 2 team without approval, player on a Nat 1 team that wanted to play on a Nat 3 team would need prior approval from MOSA. Players from other leagues are permitted to play in Premier but would need permission to play in lower flights.)
c. Players that are currently playing up in age group that want to play on a team at age appropriate team level are allowed as long as they are within the one flight rule. (Example: U15 player playing on U16 team Nat 2, could play on U15 team in Nat 3 or higher, unless granted permission prior to the game by the MOSA Secretary)
d. "Game Cards" have to printed from GotSoccer and players hand written on the "Game Card" should not be allowed to participate.
e. Max number of Club Pass players per team (in a game):
7v7 teams would be limited to 3 Club Pass players in a game
9v9 teams would be limited to 4 Club Pass players in a game
11v11 teams would be limited to 5 Club Pass players in a game
3. 3) MOSA is still not allowing guest players.
4) Secondary Permission Passes are allowed in MOSA. This allows a player from another club that plays in a different league to play for a second club in MOSA.
4a. Secondary Permission Passed players are not eligible to use club pass rules. They can only play for the one team that they have been given permission to play on in MOSA.
4b. Secondary Permission Passes will not be processed for the current season after week five of the current season. (Passes can be processed in both Fall and Spring)
4c. NJYS does not allow Secondary Permission Passes for 8U and younger players.
4d. Max number of Secondary Permission Pass players per team (in a game):
9v9 teams would be limited to 4 Secondary Permission Pass players in a game
11v11 teams would be limited to 5 Secondary Permission Pass players in a game
7v7 teams would be limited to 5 Secondary Permission Pass per seasonal year
9v9 teams would be limited to 6 Secondary Permission Pass per seasonal year
11v11 teams would be limited to 7 Secondary Permission Pass per seasonal year
4f. Players are only allowed to apply for one Secondary Permission Pass per seasonal year. Appeals for this can be emailed to MOSA secretary. (Reasons like the team fell apart will be considered.)
4g. MOSA reserves the right to withhold, deny, and revoke secondary permissions from individual players, entire teams, and entire clubs at any time for reasons including, but not limited to misuse and competitive integrity.4h. MOSA makes no guarantee as to the timeline of secondary permission processing. Players with secondary permissions have the right to compete with their primary club and primary team at any time, in addition to many other teams within their primary club through club passing. There is no guarantee of approval for secondary permissions.
5) Players will be permitted to “play up” in accordance with the following NJYS table:
8U Team – 7U Player(s) permitted on a 8U team
9U Team – 8U Player(s) permitted on a 9U team
10U Team – 9U Player(s) permitted on a 10U team
11U Team – 9U & 10U Player(s) permitted on a 11U team
12U Team – 10U & 11U Player(s) permitted on a 12U team
13U Team – 11U & 12U Player(s) permitted on a 13U team
14U Team – 12U and up Player(s) are permitted on a 14U team
15U Team – 12U and up Player(s) are permitted on a 15U team
16U Team – 12U and up Player(s) are permitted on a 16U team
17U Team – 12U and up Player(s) are permitted on a 17U team
18U Team – 12U and up Player(s) are permitted on a 18U team
19U Team – 12U and up Player(s) are permitted on a 19U team
Players may not play up on a higher age team other than as specified above.