Digital Photo

Make sure the picture is clear, bright, facing forward, no hat or sunglasses. Players can upload digitally or supply 2 hard copies per player (labeled with player name, team name and TIN on the reverse). Ideally, hard copy photos would be passport or wallet-sized.

  • Child must be facing forward - no hats, sunglasses or facepaint
  • Photo must be updated every year (do not submit last year's photo)

Government-issued Proof of Birth

The proof of birth must be a copy issued by the government (we can NOT accept hospital or baptismal certificates). If the document is foreign and not in English, a translation may also be requested to be turned in with birth document.

Insurance & Emergency Information  |  Player Assignment Code

Players who complete electronic registration via SFYS-SAY Affinity registration system will enter Emergency Contact and Medical Insurance information, using the unique team Player Assignment Code or URL supplied by your team manager.

  • For players completing offline manual registration, this form needs to be signed by parent, with Team Name and Team ID filled in. Download, print and complete: SAY Player Registration Form (English) (Spanish)

Concussion Training Compliance (All Players)

California State law requires that all players take the CDC concussion training (Spanish). Upload the training certificate or signed info sheet or email a copy to info@sfyouthsoccer.com. In the subject line of the email: "Concussion - Player's Name / Team Name”.

Spectator Code of Conduct

Players who complete electronic registration will not need hard copies of this form, because you'll complete it electronically. Make sure you read this document carefully, before you sign it, electronically or otherwise. It outlines parent and spectator responsibilities and obligations.

  • For players completing offline manual registration, this form needs to be signed by parent, with Team Name and Team ID filled in. Download, print and complete: Spectator Code of Conduct (English) (Spanish)


The online player registration process clearly indicates whether your player's registration is complete and whether there is credit card payment confirmation, financial aid requested or payment made by coach/club.

  • Payment by Visa or MasterCard from within the Affinity registration system.
  • Players preferring to pay by cash or check should contact info@sfyouthsoccer.com

Mandatory Reporter

All team officials are required to review the federal legislation: Protecting Young Victims from Sexual Abuse and Safe Sport Authorization Act of 2017. Legislation detail is provided below. All Coaches and Team Managers must review the legislation as well as the US Center for Safe Sport's Fact Sheet.


Can a player play on both their school and their club team?

Players may only register on ONE team for seasonal play in any of the following leagues:

There are no exceptions to this rule. Note that school leagues are not included in the one player/one team city rule. So it is possible to register in, for example, BCL, NCS, CIF or CYO leagues as well as one of the leagues listed above.

What if one of my players requires Financial Assistance?

Our commitment to the soccer playing youth of San Francisco extends to ensuring that participation is not limited based on financial considerations. The amount of assistance varies based on need (20% - 100%), at a minimum in compliance with the SF Rec & Park Scholarship Policy, per our commitment as an Approved Public Benefit Organization.

Problem with Online Registration?

If it’s a technical problem, please contact Affinity toll-free at 1-877-700-1470

Should a player find s/he can not register online (lack of computer access at public library or school), families may fill out manual registration forms and sign them. Please submit all checklist items and mail to: SF Youth Soccer located at 1434 Taraval Street, San Francisco, CA 94116. Alternate forms of submission: