Yes, the AAU requires all Non Athletes (coaches) to fill out the non athlete membership application. If you participate as an athlete as well you will also need an athlete membership.
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Yes, you may have as many teams in your club as you wish.
If your club is in our youth program, you may participate in any AAU Sport.
There are no minimum or maximum membership requirements for a club, except when referring to voting rights in the governance of the AAU. In order to have voting rights at your District or Sport Committee meetings you must have 5 registered members in your club.
AAU does not have a rule regulating the number of athletes from the same school on a team. However, some states do have this rule. Contact your state high school athletic association to verify if the rule exists in your state.
If that player has played in an AAU-sanctioned event within the past 60 days, you will need to obtain a release form from that player’s prior club before s/he will be eligible to compete with your club. You may obtain a player release form either from your district’s registrar, or by contacting AAU at 407.934.7200.
Check your sport's web page for a copy of the sport rules posted in each sport's handbook.
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No, you will not receive a notification via email you that you qualified. Your qualification is based on your placements at previous events. Please Click Here for information on qualifying.
Yes, you will have to be able to show verification of age at all times while at the Nationals and/or the AAU Junior Olympic Games.
Yes, please Click Here for more information.
No, they are two different tests. Click Here for the Online Taekwondo Coaches Certification.
No, passing the Online Taekwondo Coaches Certification does not register you for any AAU Taekwondo events.
Yes, they will be able to compete, they will however, have to move up an age group.