Creating Your Player Profiles and Populating Your Roster

Individual Player Registration Instructions

Good news. We’ve shortened this considerably.


When you submit a team application through our web site, as soon as we accept it your Team Folder is created in our system. In order to access your Team Folder, go to the ASL website, and click the Teams link on top. You will see a list of the current teams in the season for which you're registering. Click your team’s name and your login page will popup. Enter your email address and PIN and you are in your Team Folder.


Click Roster from the front page of your Team Folder. Your roster wil start blank.  It will offer you into various roster options.


We basically have three kinds of players we can add to our roster. 

  1. Players who have played on your team before
  2. Players who have played in ASL before but not on your team
  3. Players who have not played in ASL at all and need to have a player record set up


One very important note: If you have a player who has a player profile record you are going to add to your roster, and a field in that record has in capital letters "Owes $$" or Owes Money," that's not an accident, typo, or coding error. In means the player has an outstanding fine and or bond that must be settled with the league prior to the player registering to play again. Do not, under any circumstances, remove that tag from the player record. If the player registers and the fine is not paid, you have an ineligible player on your roster and the league rules provide for a one year suspensions for both the player and team rep when you get caught. This applies to any thought of getting around this by creating a new player record. We will catch up eventually.


Adding players who have played on your team before


If you are a team who has been in ASL for more than one season and you have retained your team name by submitting your tam application through your team folder, then your “player pool” of players follows you across season.



Click Add Returning Player, which means we’re going to look for a player who has played on your team before. That means there is a player record and picture already set up and this will be real simple. It also means you can select multiple players with one click in this function. Click the player names that you wish to include on this season’s roster.

That’s how you populate your roster of if you are an existing team and want to include people who have played on your team.


Players who have played in ASL before but not on your team


Click the link that is titled Add Returning Players.


This offers you two kinds of options.


First is to search for an “Existing Player.” This means someone who has a player record in the system and has played in ASL before. Please do this rather than setting up a new record for the player. So this is the option we want for someone who has played in the league before.


Enter the player’s last name, and their first initial. This should be good enough to get a list of people pretty close to who you’re looking for. For example, if you enter Edwards and M, you get a whole bunch of Mike Edwards. They appear to be the same guy, so click Add for the one showing a date of birth, an ID number, and you can click the blue Teams link and see what teams Mike Edwards played on to make sure you have the right one. Then click Add on the left and you have added that player record to your roster. Simple as that.


Players who have not played in ASL before at all


Here’s where we actually produce a new player record. You need the following player information:


Date of birth

e-mail address


Starting in spring 2023, we'll collect all the player personal information through the player payment system in Cheddar Up and you no longer need to include it in the player record on your team folder.  We'll also collect the waiver signature through Cheddar Up.  If you want us to poroduce a player passcard so your player doesn't have to use their drigers license and lose it, we need you to post a picture..


Click Create a New Player. If you are going to do multiple players, you can click that link. It will not let you complete the entire record, but you can enter multiple players and then go back to each individual record to finish it out.


Because this was designed for compulsive youth soccer coaches, it has more information boxes than we need, as we really don’t care how tall you are or how much you weigh since we don’t want to tell you how much we weigh.


Enter the player information above.  We now only need name, date of birth and email address.  In the upper right, it asks for an ID number. Click yes and the program will assign one. You don’t need to enter one.


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