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Summer Season Information

General Questions
Where are the schedules?
Why have the team names been changed?
Why are the rosters so large?
I'm a captain. How do I find new players' email addresses? Why COVID Safety Protocols?
Are player passes required?

Registration
Can eligible O50 players play in O50s and another division?
Is Registration still open?

Gameday
 What uniforms do we need to wear?
Can I wear jewelry?
Are shinguards required?
If I have a question or problem at the field what should I do?
Are there any special rules for the Summer 2021 session?

Post-Game
Reporting score, stats, and injuries

Captains and/or Team Representatives
Gamecards
Pre-Game Check-in with the Referee
Home Team

 

Are player passes required?

No. Players can check in using an ID with their name and photo on it.

Where are the schedules?

Each team has a home page that includes their schedule.

Why have the team names been changed?

The names are new to reflect our first ever summer session for Open and O35. Plus, the teams are a blend of established and new GGWSL players.

RRoster size

Unfortunately, we were allocated a small number of fields for the summer session. The number of fields directly impacts the number of teams we can create. In trying to accommodate as many members as possible we also took into consideration our playing after a long break with COVID, the need for players to ease back into playing and lessen the chance of injury. COVID protocols do not allow guest players so with subs, players can take breaks to hopefully minimize getting injured.

What uniforms do we need to wear?

Your captain will let you know what color your team is wearing. To be on the safe side we are asking players to bring a dark (black or dark blue) shirt and a light (white, or close to white) shirt to each game. Goalies must wear a different color than their teammates and opponents are wearing. We are not requiring that jerseys/shirts have numbers.

Can I wear jewelry?

No.

Are shinguards required?

Yes, shinguards are required and they must be covered entirely by your socks.

I'm a captain. How do I find new players' email addresses?

Log into the GGWSL site using your credentials. Go to your team home page. Hit the ROSTER tab.

Why COVID Safety Protocols?

We are mandated by the local and state authorities to follow the protocols. COVID Safety Protocols can be found HERE. We will update the members of the league as protocols are changed.

Can eligible O50 players play in O50s and another division?

At this point (start of the summer session), players may only play on one team due to COVID Protocols. We do anticipate this changing as the state opens up since the O50 season starts July 11.

If I have a question or problem at the field what should I do?

Each field will have one or two field commissioners that can answer any question. Please note that all game decisions are still decided by the referee.

Gamecards

Each team representative needs to bring a game card to the field. You can print out a game card by going to your home page and hitting the link GAME CARD. You do not need to be logged in to have access to the game card.

Is Registration still open?

Registration is open for the O50 division. The Open and O35 divisions have been closed. You can add yourself to the waitlist by following the instructions on the REGISTRATION page of the GGWSL site.

Are there any special rules for the Summer 2021 session?

You can find the summer session rules at the bottom of the page - GO HERE!

Pre-Game Check-in with the Referee

Prior to the game, the referee will check both teams in. The referee will need the game card (see above) as they check in players. Players will need to present an ID with a photo.

Home Team

The home team is bolded on the schedules. If you are on the home team, you will need to provide a game ball.

Reporting score, stats, and injuries

The score, stats, and injuries need to be entered into the GGWSL website after each game by each team captain. Reporting is important for many reasons, especially injury for insurance purposes

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