Alaska State Cup Policies
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Refund Policies Summarized
(See details in the relevant policy documents)
Alaska Development Program (ADP)
Once a player has registered online for any tryouts, player pool, camps, or trip commitments, fees are expected to be paid in full. Please Read the complete ADP withdraw and refund policy above before registering for the program.
Coaches registering for education programs will be expected to pay for courses in full prior to stated date of the course. Coaches withdrawing from courses at least 14 days prior to event will be issued a refund, less an administrative fee. Coaches withdrawing 13 to 7 days prior to course will be refunded one-half of their payment. Coaches not attending the course without minimum 7 days notification of withdrawal will be expected to pay the full fee due. Coaches that fail to attend the course and fail to give withdrawal notifcation of at least 24 hours will be charged an additional $50.00 "no show" fee plus the course fee.
Any team which withdraws their registration from State Cup at least three (3) weeks prior to the event by giving formal written notice to the AYSA State office will be refunded one-half of their registration fee. Any team which withdraws within three (3) weeks of the event will not receive a refund. If the team has not paid their registration fee, they will still be expected to pay the amount due, including late fees.
A policy is a rule set by the Board of Directors for all affiliate members of Alaska Youth Soccer to follow. Policies can be reviewed and modified by the Executive Director and the Board of Directors as needed. Affiliate member organizations may be stricter than Alaska Youth Soccer in their application of the policy, but not more lenient. The interpretation and enforcement of the policy is governed by the AYSA Executive Director and Board of Directors. Exceptions should first be requested of the AYSA Office.
Not policy, but suggestions that affiliate members are encouraged to adopt as part of their program protocols.
The overall governing document of the organization. Bylaws can only be modified and changed at the AGM by the AYSA Board of Directors