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Post by soccerphun 04/02/16, 08:38 pm

Does anyone know what the rule says about a LHGCL player who is contracted with a team...do they need a release to play in the Primetime League on Sundays with a different team, intraclub?  Or, only if it is with a different club?
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Post by Guest 04/02/16, 09:24 pm

LHGCL is sanctioned by NTSSA/USYSA.
Primetime is sanctioned by US Club.

NTSSA/USYSA contract rules do not apply to US Club leagues and tournaments (ECNL and Primetime).

So you do not need a release to play in a Primetime league with any team, within or outside your current club.


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Post by soccerphun 04/02/16, 09:33 pm

Point of clarification......does that apply to trainings as well or just games?
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Post by Guest 04/02/16, 10:07 pm

If the team is in the same club and your LHGCL coach is o.k. with it, no one is going to make an issue of it.

If the team is in a different club, it's a bit of a gray area. If the players are registered and playing for a team in an NTSSA sponsored league such as LHGCL/PPL/APL, and, in addition, are playing in Primetime (even if the roster is different from the NTSSA roster), technically, you would be violating NTSSA rules by training with them without a release.

If the team/players are ONLY playing US Club (ECNL or Primetime), then you wouldn't need a release to train with them.

It really comes down to if someone decided that they wanted to make a big stink out of it.

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