Policies and Regulations
Game Regulations & Downloads
As part of the National Tournament there are a number of regulations and policies that all clubs and participants should abide by.
A number of forms can be downloaded below. All forms should be completed by September 30.
All teams (except women) must submit the Game Tracker spreadsheet which records all games played for the current year. Completed forms should be emailed to email@example.com. Download the spreadsheet here »
USAFL Coaches Code of Conduct
All club coaches are required to complete the coaches code of conduct prior to Nationals. Coaches can complete the code of conduct here >
The Player Check-In process will run much smoother if all players are registered and paid prior to arrival at the Tournament. Register here: https://register.usafl.com
All clubs are required agree to and abide by to the USAFL's Alcohol Policy below. This policy pertains to alcohol consumption at all National Tournament venues including fields and parking lots:
The USAFL annually obtains a local liquor permit for the national tournament weekend at the field location commonly known as the “beer garden”. To obtain the permit, the league must abide by specific state and local laws such as maintaining a designated area for consumption, and hiring a staff that is certified in alcohol serving standards. In addition, tournament director Rich Mann personally signs his name on the liquor license. Should violations occur regarding alcohol, the league and Mann will be barred from obtaining a future liquor license. It takes only one incident. Bottom line, this is a privilege that can be taken away forever and impact the enjoyment of the weekend for all.
- Must be 21 years of age and comply with all state and local liquor laws;
- Consumption must occur within designated area;
- No outside alcohol may be bought onto the tournament grounds.
If registered players are consuming alcohol outside of the designated area at the field venue, the following actions may occur:
- Said player/s will be handed over to local law enforcement;
- Evidence of any liquor violation will be passed by the USAFL to local law enforcement;
- Said player/s will be sent to tribunal and penalized up to permanent loss of USAFL membership;
- If the said player/s are registered players of a USAFL affiliated Club, the Club of said player/s will be subject to tribunal, including a financial penalty up to $1000 by the USAFL.