(The following excerpted from MAYSA's Consolidated Policies & Procedures:)
Player Pass Cards
All players registered and rostered on competitive league teams in MAYSA, WYSA, and MRL will automatically be issued US Youth Soccer ‘Player
Passes’, stamped by WYSA and produced by MAYSA, once player birth dates have been verified.
With the new state-wide registration system, birth dates for each player need only be verified one time at the MAYSA office; the record is then
kept with the state for as long as the player is registered with WYSA.
Any one of the following are appropriate verification of age:
a birth certificate
a birth registration issued by an appropriate government agency or board of health records
an alien registration card issued by the United States Government
a certificate issued by the Immigration and Naturalization Service attesting to age
a current driver’s license
an un-expired federal, state or local government identification card (if documentation of date of birth is required)
or a certification of a United States citizen born abroad issued by the appropriate government agency
Not accepted: Hospital, baptismal or religious certificates
Player Passcards are valid for the registration year in which they are issued. They are distributed before the start of season, or when
a new competitive player is registered.
Player Passcards are required for all participating players at each competitive game; the ‘No Pass, No Play’ rule is enforced by the
Player Passcards are required at all WYSA sanctioned tournaments sanctioned as 'competitive' (note: player pass cards are not required for the MAYSA Cup tournament).
MAYSA Recreational League teams should present birth certificates to the MAYSA office to obtain Player Passcards for competitive tournaments or for players club passing to competitive teams.