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OASA Player Registration for Players Under 18

In accordance with Senate Bill 721 (“Jenna’s Law”), new concussion training and procedural guidelines are now in effect for Oregon coaches, managers, referees, players under the age of 18 and their parents or legal guardians. For each year of participation, and prior to a player under the age of 18 participating, at least one parent or legal guardian must acknowledge receipt and review of guidelines and materials related to concussions as described in the law. If the player is age 12 or older, the player must also acknowledge receipt and review of guidelines and materials.

Be sure to check out our Concussion Awareness page for additional links.


REQUIREMENTS

  1. Download and review the materials and guidelines related to concussions by clicking here. Additional information can be found on our Concussion Awareness page.

  2. At least one parent or legal guardian and the player must sign the PARENT’S LIABILITY RELEASE AND ACKNOWLEDGMENT OF CONCUSSION GUIDELINES AND MATERIALS form OR complete our convenient online registration form together.

  3. Submit the registration form.

  4. If you are a new player, you must also submit:

    • A clear, color photo of your face.

    • A copy of your driver's license or other ID with photo and date of birth.

How to submit the player registration

1. USE THE ONLINE PLAYER REGISTRATION FORM

 

4. VISIT THE OFFICE

Come in and complete the process in person!

The player with a parent or leagal guardian can come in and complete the paperwork in person.

Bring in a photo or we can take a photo of you here and process your card while you wait.

For office hours and directions, click here.

We try to process all registrations the same day they are received. Cards are typically mailed out the following business day. Please be mindful of the time it will take for your card to reach you by mail. If your next game is only days away, you should consider coming in to pick up your card in person. You are not registered until you have RECEIVED your card.

Remember: NO CARD, NO PLAY, NO EXCEPTIONS.