Q. Where will the games be played?
A. Round Robin games are played at various locations throughout the state. We will post venues as they become available.
The finals will be played at the one location on Saturday, May 18.
Q. Can I add and/or transfer players to my roster for the State Rec Cup?
A. State Rec Cup rosters are frozen on April 30. This freeze date allows teams the flexibility to add players if necessary for the season, and those added players are then eligible to play in the State Rec Cup. The additions must be done in accordance with Georgia Soccer and league policy. If the local league agrees to the additions, and they are within the rules, the State Rec Cup Committee has no reason to object. The State Rec Cup Committee always reminds leagues and coaches to remember the spirit of the State Rec Cup and fair play.
Q. Are Guest Players allowed?
A.Guest Players will be allowed at the State Rec Cup. U10 teams may have one (1) guest player, u12 teams may have two (2) guest players and u14, u16 and u19 teams may have up to three (3) guest players. Guest Players may not be select players of any level. All guest players must be registered with the same league as the team they will be participating with at the tournament. All Guest Players must have a current Georgia Soccer Player Pass with picture. Guest Players may not play in a younger age division than the team on which they are currently registered.
Q. How do I enter my team?
A. All entries must be completed on-line. You will pay your entry fee on-line by credit card or on-line check.
Q. Will the tournament have a co-ed division?
A. No, there is not a separate co-ed division. Co-ed teams will play in the boys division.
Q. When are tournament rosters frozen?
A. Rosters are frozen for the State Rec Cup on April 26, 2013.
Q. When are applications due?
A. Applications must be submitted by April 16.
Q. Do I need player passes (registration cards) for my team?
A. Yes, all players must have current Georgia Soccer Player Passes.
Q. Do my team's Medical Release forms need to be notarized?
A. No, Medical Release forms DO NOT need to be notarized.