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Instructions / Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ's) for BYS Online Registration

Braintree Youth Soccer is partnering with LeagueOne, an on-line youth sports service provider by Active.com for processing online registrations.

There are 4 steps for registration:

1. Family Setup - You will only have to do this the first time you register. Please use an email address you regularly checksince most BYS communication is done via email.

2. Player Setup - Again, you will only have to this once for each player.

3. Registration for the season - (Fall Recreational, Spring Travel or Junior Academy)

4. Checkout- You can pay by Credit Card / Check , or, if needed, request a financial waiver.
No child will be denied the opportunity to play soccer for financial reasons.
Submit your request for a financial waiver to
Jim Sullivan, President
Braintree Youth Soccer
PO Box 850725
Braintree, MA 02185

5. - Families who have won gift certificates should select the "financial waiver" option as their payment form. please mail a copy of your gift certificate to
PO Box 850725
Braintree, MA 02185

The registration site is compatible with Internet Explorer (versions 5.x and above), Safari and Mozilla Firefox. However, if you encounter any browser problems, please try a different browser. A few people have reported problems with some older versions of Netscape. If you set up your family and cannot continue, this is the problem.

NOTE: Some corporate and university firewalls do not allow access to this registration site. If you have trouble with access at work, please try again at home. Please note: Admin Sports, Inc. does not have the authority to issue a refund. Refund requests must be submitted to the League registrar, Deb McMartin :: braintreeyouthsoccer@gmail.com


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