In order to be registered and carded with Kansas State Youth Soccer & US Youth soccer, all players must have 2023-24 MEDICAL WAIVER must be most updated waiver that includes email/phone/mailing address/with players other information. If you do not send the current medical waiver all your paperwork will be returned until all the correct paperwork is submitted. The Registration system will not accept players without an email/phone number and mailing address.
Current certificates of insurance are effective from September to August of each year for registered League, Registrar, Club, and Tournament members. Community members waive the Player Accident insurance and General Liability Insurance. Certificates of Insurance for the next seasonal year will be dated as such and should be available by the last week of August once Players Health has received the insurance information from the underwriters and coverage is bound with the state association.
To submit a request for Certificate of Insurance please click the link below and complete the form in its entirty.
This email request should only be completed by a Club Administrator, not by parents or coaches.
If you have not received the requested insurance certificate within 48 business hours, please contact us at:
Teams must apply for a travel permit should they leave the state of Kansas for any tournament. This includes Missouri as well. Any out of state competition requires the Out Of State Travel Permit.Players wishing to Guest Play for league games, tournaments must have a completed guest player form.
These requests should be submitted by coaches or club administrators.
Please use The Tournament Center to apply for Travel Permits and Guest Player Forms.
(Please use Google Chrome when using this site.)
All KPSL Coaches, Staff Members, Board Members, and Team Managers (18 years or older) working with children must login or register online with Got Sport each seasonal year to make sure they have an approved background check and SafeSport Certification completed for the upcoming season.
On February 14, 2018, (S. 534) was signed into federal law.
Click Here for the U.S. Center for SafeSports fact sheet and about the legislation.
Online awareness/prevention training is available and consists of three (3) training
modules which include:
Sexual Misconduct Awareness and Education
Emotional and Physical Misconduct
For assistance in further documenting, locating an appropriate state agency and/or issues reporting to law enforcement, the U.S. Center for SafeSport or U.S. Soccer can help locate resources.