Player, Coach, Official, Non-Playing Staff, & Tournament Director (You do NOT need to have your certifications complete to do your registration)
If you'd like to purchase more than one individual player membership, you can request to bulk purchase with USQ.
Trial memberships are not eligible for USQ Regional Championships or US Quadball Cup 2023.
If you purchased a trial membership and wish to upgrade it to a full player membership, please fill out this form. Trial membership fees will be deducted from your player membership fee.
College & Club Team Membership. Please note team pages will take up to 5 business days before they are made live.
Unofficial quadball teams can register with USQ to be listed in our team directory on the website.
Manage your team, view account and team info, and more on the SportsEngine app once you register for membership!
Team Membership - $285 (plus $5 for team licensing)
USQ offers a competitive team membership. Official member teams may register at any point during the year, although membership will always expire on June 30. The benefits include:
USQ offers seasonal adult and non-playing team staff memberships. Individuals may register at any point during the year, although these memberships are non-refundable and non-transferable, and will expire on June 30.
Player Membership - $80
Benefits of full player membership include:
Trial Player Membership - $15
Benefits of a trial membership include:
Coach Membership - $0 (included with team membership)
Non-Playing Team Staff Membership - $0 (included with team membership)
Non-Playing Official Membership - $25
New! Alumni Membership - $100
New! Tournament Director Membership - $0
US Quadball membership is open to teams and individuals residing within the United States of America. Teams and individuals residing in other countries should seek to register with their respective quadball national governing body. If, throughout the season, it is discovered that a team or individual is not located within the USA, then that team or individual will be at that point barred from the league without refund or eligibility to participate in further events. Any official games played by this team throughout the season will be disqualified.
In order to be eligible to compete, at least one of the following must be true of the player:
Individuals who have split residency and live part-time in the United States may be granted an exception to compete on a USQ team on a case-by-case basis. This includes if they participated with another national governing body for part of the season. Exceptions will be based on proof of split residency, extenuating circumstances, and discussion with the other country's national governing body as applicable. Requests for an exception must be submitted by email to email@example.com. Requests for an exception will be evaluated within two weeks of submission, and the exception must be granted before the player registers for USQ membership.
All players on a collegiate team must attend the same school unless they participate in the joint team development program. All students, including undergraduate and postgraduate students, of a university are permitted to play on their school’s collegiate team. Faculty, staff, and community members who are not enrolled in classes will not be allowed to play on a school’s collegiate team. A student from a college without an official team may not compete with a college team from another school (unless they have been approved for a joint team).
This season, enrollment will be captured when a member upgrades their membership. Teams may also provide contact info for a collegiate administrator to help with the process. Enrollment will only be required to be submitted once per year.
Enrollment verification must include:
Please note that the word college and collegiate applies to all colleges and universities.
A college team is composed of a group of students from a single school. A college team does not need to have a formal affiliation with their school to be registered as a college team. However, those teams with recognition from a school must compete in the college division and register as a college team. Forms of recognition may include:
The goal of this definition is to ensure that teams who are representing a school are competing in the college division.
A school may have more than one official college team, provided they meet the requirements above.
A club team may not have any affiliation with a college and may not use the name of a school as part of their team name. They may not receive any monetary or in-kind support from any school, including but not limited to free or discounted practice or event space. However, discounted practice or event space shall not be considered in-kind support if a community resident, unaffiliated with the school, could have obtained the space at the same cost.