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  2017 Utah Storm 3v3 Tournament FAQ’s

How many players can I have on the roster?
You may carry a maximum of 6 players with a minimum of 3 players. Your team's entry fee is the same regardless of 
the number of players on team.

How do I know my team's registration is complete?
You will receive a confirmation email detailing your next steps. If you do not receive a confirmation email to confirm your team's registration, you can contact the Tournament Director at

What do I need to bring to check-in?
A valid Player Pass from a US Soccer Affiliate, Birth Certificate or Drivers License for each player. All participants 
MUST CARRY PROOF OF AGE AT ALL TIMES.

How are the divisions broken up?
Teams will be placed into divisions based upon age, gender and playing experience. Any team or player determined 
by the Tournament's Event Director to have falsified age or skill level will be dismissed from the tournament. Teams 
that span more than one age group will be placed into the division of the oldest, most experienced player on the 
team. The tournament administration will make every effort to place teams into divisions with similar players.

When will the schedules be available?
Schedules will be available on utahstorm.org after 9:00 P.M. on July 27th. Schedules will also be available 
at the event and teams must check for changes and/or updates to the schedule at check-in.

Are there any player restrictions on casts, braces or jewelry?
Athletic trainers and referees must approve players wearing proactive casts (hard casts will not be allowed). Braces 
with exposed metal will not be allowed. No jewelry will be allowed, including earrings of any type, rope necklaces or 
bracelets. The only exception will be players wearing medical bracelets.

How do I know if my team should play in the recreational or competitive division?
Teams that have at least one player with competitive experience will be classified as a competitive team. Example: If you have one player with competitive experience you will be placed in the competitive bracket. Generally competitive teams or players play, practice or train 2-3 days or more per week. All other teams and players will be classified as recreational unless the team decides to play at the competitive level. GENERALLY, IF YOU HAVE A QUESTION YOU SHOULD PLAY IN COMPETITIVE!

What is the refund policy?
We do not offer refunds after the registration deadline. If you cancel before the early registration deadline, you will receive a refund of the money you paid less a $50 cancellation charge.  If you have questions about this, feel free to contact the Tournament Director at