All players must register online (reg.Mass-Soccer.org) and obtain a Mass Soccer Player Passcard. No player may enter the field of play without presenting a valid ID. In addition, a valid league roster that includes the player’s First and Last Name, and Mass Soccer ID number must also be presented at each affiliated match.
CLICK HERE to complete the registration process and obtain a Mass Soccer ID number, and temporary passcard.
Contact Registrar@Mass-Soccer.org or call 617-433-8288 if you have any questions about this process.
Frequently Asked Questions
Privacy & Security
2. How secure is your site for me to submit my payment via credit card?
Your payment is totally secure as Mass Soccer is PCI Compliant. The Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) is a set of security standards designed to ensure that ALL companies that accept, process, store or transmit credit card information maintain a secure environment. https://www.rapidscansecure.com/siteseal/siteseal.js?code=6,B4EFB132555CDF3E90BD8B705E3BD9BC14FCFA65'
3. Why do you need my government ID number?
Mass Soccer must verify player identity and date of birth for leagues with age restrictions. In addition, US Soccer and USASA require accurate player information.
4. Is this server secure?
Yes. This server is secured using the current tools available for this type of service. All communications with the server are protected by SSL (Secure Socket Layer) encryption using a 1024-bit encryption key. The server itself is only accessible by MASS Soccer, and that communication is also encrypted.
5. Why do I need to upload an ID?
In order to conform to the recent FIFA mandate, US Soccer has initiated a program to give each affiliated player a unique identifying number. To achieve this it is imperative that our data is accurate. The purpose of uploading and reviewing IDs is to maximize the accuracy of our player information and the integrity of our records.
6. What devices and browsers are supported?
We have tested on a wide variety of browsers and operating systems. iPhones and iPads do not support file upload, so they cannot be used.
1. What forms of payment are accepted?
The online registration site is equipped to accept payment via major credit cards and PayPal. Players may want to create a PayPal account prior to beginning online registration. Players who do not wish to use a credit card or create a PayPal account may choose to register in person. Please note: there is an additional $5 fee for players who register in person. To register in person, players must bring a government ID, $30 payment (credit card, cash or money order), and a current photo.
2. What is the Refund Policy?
Your registration entitles you to membership and participation in any Mass Soccer affiliated activities, but there are no guarantees that you will be placed on a team. Please note that the registration fee is non-refundable.
If you feel a payment was collected in error, you may contact us at Info@Mass-Soccer.org and we will research your claim.
Player Pass Cards
1. When will I receive my permanent Player Pass Card?
If you ordered one, you will receive your permanent Mass Soccer Player Pass Card in approximately 4-6 weeks after your completed registration. Permanent Player Pass Cards will be mailed to the address provided by you on the Player Information page.
2. I lost my card, how do I get a replacement? Can I still play?
Players may access their online registration account at any time and click the "Home" tab and then choose the “replacement card” option. There is a $7 charge for replacement cards. Once a player submits payment and requests a replacement card, they may print a temporary paper Mass Soccer Player Pass Card. Replacement cards will be sent to players via US mail within 4-6 weeks of replacement request. Players will NOT be allowed to play without either their temporary paper or permanent Mass Soccer Player Pass Card.
3. I play in multiple leagues. Do I need a separate Mass Soccer Player Pass Card for each league?
No, players who play in multiple leagues need only ONE Mass Soccer Player Pass Card. Players are responsible for reporting their Mass Soccer Player Pass Card number to each team manager.
4. Can a team representative just keep copies of all the temporary Player Pass Cards in the event a player loses or forgets to bring their card to a game?
No, temporary Player Pass Cards expire 4 weeks from the date they are printed. In addition, players must present their physical Player Pass Card, not a copy. Players are encouraged to store their Player Pass Card with their soccer equipment.
5. What will occur if a player or team uses fraudulent or invalid Mass Soccer Player Pass Card(s) or if a player shares his/her card with other players?
All players are required to have their own individual Mass Soccer Player Pass Card with their own individual Mass Soccer Player Pass Card number. If you notice players sharing cards or other questionable actions regarding a Mass Soccer Player Pass Card, please report this to your league official. Players and teams participating in suspicious or fraudulent behaviors will be subject to a disciplinary hearing with Mass Soccer and face substantial suspensions and fines.
6. Who do I report to if a referee doesn’t check for Mass Soccer Player Pass Cards?
All affiliated referees have been instructed to check the Mass Soccer Player Cards at game time. Players will NOT be allowed to play without their temporary paper or permanent Mass Soccer Player Pass Card. If a referee does not check Mass Soccer Player Pass Cards please contact your league official who will then contact the referee assignor and Mass Soccer to address this issue.
1. I created an account on the registration site but I never got an e-mail from Mass Soccer to start the registration process. What do I need to do?
Be sure to check your spam folder. Many corporate email systems have been marking our activation email as spam. You may want to change your filter settings to allow emails from "Do-Not-Reply@mass-soccer.org". If the activation email is not in your spam folder please try again. There may have been a typo in your email address. If you are still unsuccessful, please contact the Registrar.
2. I'm having trouble uploading my picture. What can I do?
Try another browser. There seems to be an issue with certain browsers on certain operating systems. Chrome and Firefox always seem to work well.
Team Managers & League Registrars
1. I’m a team manager, can I just register players who don’t have an email address or computer access?
No, managers may not register for players because each player must electronically sign their own liability waiver. However, managers may help players through the online registration process by creating an email account, etc. Players without an email address or computer access may also register in-person. Please contact our Registrar for in person registration information.
2. I’m a league registrar and I would like to validate that a player registered correctly?
League registrars may log-in to the online registration system as a registrar to validate player registration completion and player Mass Soccer Player Card numbers. Please contact our Registrar for registrar log-in information.