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I know you can dual card between US Club Soccer and US Youth Soccer Association teams because those are separate governing bodies. I'm looking for anyone who has had experience with dual carding within US Club Soccer.

US Club Soccer rules state the dual carding is allowed only in limited circumstances. But I also saw a club registrar post 'I am the US Club registrar for my soccer club and a player can be dual carded under the US Club umbrella. If the player's main club gives approval, a player can play on a second team outside the players main club in a league that is US Club sanctioned. For instance the player can play EDP with one team in one club and NYCSL with a team in another club. Has anyone had experience with this and can provide actual examples of it happening?

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I know you can dual card between US Club Soccer and US Youth Soccer Association teams because those are separate governing bodies. I'm looking for anyone who has had experience with dual carding within US Club Soccer.

US Club Soccer rules state the dual carding is allowed only in limited circumstances. But I also saw a club registrar post 'I am the US Club registrar for my soccer club and a player can be dual carded under the US Club umbrella. If the player's main club gives approval, a player can play on a second team outside the players main club in a league that is US Club sanctioned. For instance the player can play EDP with one team in one club and NYCSL with a team in another club. Has anyone had experience with this and can provide actual examples of it happening?

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No experience but 1)in most cases clubs won't want you playing for another club. In their eyes you're playing for the competition and are also risking exhaustion and injury and will be of no use to them 2) you are risking exhaustion and injury.

If you want your kid to get extra touches then practice the backyard, play pickup games, if need be get some private training to work on specific things.
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I know you can dual card between US Club Soccer and US Youth Soccer Association teams because those are separate governing bodies. I'm looking for anyone who has had experience with dual carding within US Club Soccer.

US Club Soccer rules state the dual carding is allowed only in limited circumstances. But I also saw a club registrar post 'I am the US Club registrar for my soccer club and a player can be dual carded under the US Club umbrella. If the player's main club gives approval, a player can play on a second team outside the players main club in a league that is US Club sanctioned. For instance the player can play EDP with one team in one club and NYCSL with a team in another club. Has anyone had experience with this and can provide actual examples of it happening?

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I've worked with US Club for many years and I never heard of them allowing a player to be dual carded. The ONLY way they will allow it is if the club has academy status. This was just brought up at my club meeting and my registrar was very specific in this. NO DUAL CARDS ARE ALLOWED!
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Seems like I hear an awful lot of kids playing for multiple teams. Usually one premier level and also their town team. I can't imagine an NPL team would be ok with one of their players playing EDP for another club and how they'd work out practice schedules is beyond me.

I think people get obsessed with having their kid play as much as possible but I think it should be more about practice than just jamming kids into competitive games. I cant think anything good would come from playing 3 games every weekend followed by f straight days of training. The incremental improvement gets washed away by all of the injuries that build up.
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I am a registrar and I know the US Club people for our region. This is never granted. You will not be allowed.

Many clubs game the system by dupping players but if you get caught there could be harsh repercussions for all involved including both teams.
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Seems like I hear an awful lot of kids playing for multiple teams. Usually one premier level and also their town team. I can't imagine an NPL team would be ok with one of their players playing EDP for another club and how they'd work out practice schedules is beyond me.

I think people get obsessed with having their kid play as much as possible but I think it should be more about practice than just jamming kids into competitive games. I cant think anything good would come from playing 3 games every weekend followed by f straight days of training. The incremental improvement gets washed away by all of the injuries that build up.
Agreed. You always hear "get as many touches as you can" to develop, and you can get multiple times more in an 80 minute practice than in an 80 minute game (even if you play all 80 minutes). My son just started playing JV and they play 2-3 games a week meaning just 2 practice per week at which they're dead tired. Players will not develop their skills at all this season ... but they will develop their ability to focus and play hard for a sustained period of time.
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Doubling up on town and premier usually only last a year, two most. Not only is it exhausting and stressful running all over the place, but the player gets less and less out of the town experience. Mine also got very frustrated with the weaker skill sets and lack of commitment from many of the his town teammates.
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I know you can dual card between US Club Soccer and US Youth Soccer Association teams because those are separate governing bodies. I'm looking for anyone who has had experience with dual carding within US Club Soccer.

US Club Soccer rules state the dual carding is allowed only in limited circumstances. But I also saw a club registrar post 'I am the US Club registrar for my soccer club and a player can be dual carded under the US Club umbrella. If the player's main club gives approval, a player can play on a second team outside the players main club in a league that is US Club sanctioned. For instance the player can play EDP with one team in one club and NYCSL with a team in another club. Has anyone had experience with this and can provide actual examples of it happening?

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Yes you can dual card - have dual carded between WYSL and NYCSL; NYCSL and EDP
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Yes you can dual card - have dual carded between WYSL and NYCSL; NYCSL and EDP
Yes but has the player been carded with two different CLUBs ?
I think the point isn't that you can't be in two leagues, it's that you can't be with two different clubs.
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