Local ASL Squad Tourneys

Welcome to the heart-pounding action of the ASL Local Squad Tournament! Gather your 6-7 person squad for an OPEN format , or register by yourself in a DRAFT format , and join us for an unforgettable day of Spikeball excitement. Compete against teams from across your state in this dynamic squad format, where strategic rotations and team unity reign supreme.

With divisions for both Advanced and Recreation levels, there's a place for every player to showcase their skills. Don't miss your chance to be part of the ultimate Spikeball showdown – register now and let the games begin

Click here a list of all the local squad tourneys happening across North America

Team results and standings

Why is ASL
Squad Format so fun!

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Dynamic Team Dynamics Unlike traditional tournaments where you stick with the same partner throughout, the ASL Local Squad Tournament introduces an exciting twist. At the these local tournaments, players take turns competing with different teammates against a variety of pairs from other teams. This innovative format fosters unparalleled team unity and camaraderie, making every match a collective effort towards victory.

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Resilience in Diversity: With this dynamic format, a single player's performance doesn't determine the outcome of the match. Even if one player has an off-game, the squad can still secure the win, showcasing the resilience and depth of the team as a whole.

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Strategic Flexibility: The squad format encourages strategic thinking and adaptability. Team captains can strategically rotate players to create optimal lineups based on matchups and opponents' strengths and weaknesses. Outmaneuvering your opponents with strategic lineups adds an extra layer of excitement and challenge to the competition.

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Enhanced Engagement: With players rotating and participating in different matchups, teams become more invested in all the games happening around them. Every match becomes an opportunity to support and cheer for teammates, creating a vibrant atmosphere filled with energy and excitement. The heightened engagement amplifies the fun and enjoyment of the tournament for everyone involved.

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Community Spirit: Beyond the competition itself, the ASL Local Squad Tournament offers a chance to connect with fellow Spikeball enthusiasts and build lasting friendships within the community. Whether you're a seasoned player or new to the game, this tournament provides an inclusive and welcoming environment where everyone can come together to celebrate the sport they love.

Why is ASL
Squad Format so fun!

1

Dynamic Team Dynamics Unlike traditional tournaments where you stick with the same partner throughout, the ASL Local Squad Tournament introduces an exciting twist. At the these local tournaments, players take turns competing with different teammates against a variety of pairs from other teams. This innovative format fosters unparalleled team unity and camaraderie, making every match a collective effort towards victory.

2

Resilience in Diversity: With this dynamic format, a single player's performance doesn't determine the outcome of the match. Even if one player has an off-game, the squad can still secure the win, showcasing the resilience and depth of the team as a whole.

3

Strategic Flexibility: The squad format encourages strategic thinking and adaptability. Team captains can strategically rotate players to create optimal lineups based on matchups and opponents' strengths and weaknesses. Outmaneuvering your opponents with strategic lineups adds an extra layer of excitement and challenge to the competition.

4

Enhanced Engagement: With players rotating and participating in different matchups, teams become more invested in all the games happening around them. Every match becomes an opportunity to support and cheer for teammates, creating a vibrant atmosphere filled with energy and excitement. The heightened engagement amplifies the fun and enjoyment of the tournament for everyone involved.

5

Community Spirit: Beyond the competition itself, the ASL Local Squad Tournament offers a chance to connect with fellow Spikeball enthusiasts and build lasting friendships within the community. Whether you're a seasoned player or new to the game, this tournament provides an inclusive and welcoming environment where everyone can come together to celebrate the sport they love.

Upcoming ASL SQUAD Tourneys

2024 Schedule

Tentative Dates

Local Squad Tourney's

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Idaho Roundnet Community

OPEN-Format

April 20th
Idaho Falls, ID

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Arizona Roundnet

OPEN-Format

April 27th
Phoenix, AZ

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PNW Roundnet

DRAFT-Format

April 27th
Seattle, WA

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Virginia Beach Roundnet

OPEN-Format

May 4th
Virginia Beach, VA

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Kentucky Roundnet

OPEN-Format

May 4th
Lexington, KY

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Raleigh Roundnet

OPEN-Format

TBD
Raleigh, NC

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Utah Roundnet

OPEN-Format

May 18th
SLC, UT

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Mississauga Roundnet

OPEN-Format

May 18th
Mississauga, ONT

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Illinoise Roundnet

OPEN-Format

June 8th
Chicago, IL

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SQUAD TOURNEY
OVERVIEW

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TWO TOURNAMENT FORMATS: OPEN or a DRAFT

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OPEN TOURNAMENTS are where you will register an entire 6-7 person squad at one time.

Open tournaments require each member of the squad to live within 30 miles of eachother. Dig deep and bring anyone and everyone.

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DRAFT TOURNAMENTS are where you will register individualy and you'll be drafted onto a squad. Super fun!

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Bring everyone who plays from your community. Regardless of the type of tourney or the skill level. There will never be a better environment for them interact with all skill levels. This is how you grow the sport and strengthen your community.

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Every team will be divided into appopriate divisions with appopriate pools and 4-squad brackets.

Last Years TOP 10 Strongest Programs

2023 Strongest State Award goes to CALIFORNIA!

Who will take home the award at the 2024 Playoffs? Get all your players to join the "Lottery-Draw" and earn more spots for your state.

Last year's 2023 Spikers Program Playoffs Champions

2023 Premier Division Champions

Seattle, Washington

01

Ranking

Malachi Espinola

02

Ranking

Anthony Clifford

03

Ranking

Evan Denny

04

Ranking

Brooks Massey

05

Ranking

Davis Jung

06

Ranking

Trevor Slaughter

07

Ranking

Ryan Cho

2023 Womens Division Champions

California

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Ranking

Karah Hui

02

Ranking

Kayla Wu

03

Ranking

Joelle Nguyen

04

Ranking

Malia Sato

05

Ranking

Perrin York

06

Ranking

Sebastiani Kim

07

Ranking

Alex Buckman

2023 Contender Division Champions

Austin, Texas

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Ranking

Brandon Arledge

02

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Iason Hayes

03

Ranking

Felipe Martinez

04

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Kevin Cadle

05

Ranking

James Ledbetter

06

Ranking

Nathan Garcia

07

Ranking

Jacob Gansle

SQUAD TOURNEY
OVERVIEW

1

TWO TOURNAMENT FORMATS: OPEN or a DRAFT

2

OPEN TOURNAMENTS are where you will register an entire 6-7 person squad at one time.

Open tournaments require each member of the squad to live within 30 miles of eachother. Dig deep and bring anyone and everyone.

3

DRAFT TOURNAMENTS are where you will register individualy and you'll be drafted onto a squad. Super fun!

4

Bring everyone who plays from your community. Regardless of the type of tourney or the skill level. There will never be a better environment for them interact with all skill levels. This is how you grow the sport and strengthen your community.

5

Every team will be divided into appopriate divisions with appopriate pools and 4-squad brackets.

How the tourney and matches work

Players will experience a thrilling day of intense competition, strategic gameplay, and vibrant camaraderie as they compete alongside their squad in the dynamic ASL Local Squad Tournament.

HOW IS THE TORNEY STRUCTURED?

Squads will typically be divided into 3-4 squad pools. Squads will play each team in the pool. Each match in pool-play will be a 2-half (rounds) match. After pool play, each squad will be placed in a 4-squad divisional bracket. Each of these matches will be 4-rounds. If there is an uneven number of squads in a divisional bracket, then the bracket might be changed to a roundrobin version and or the rounds of the matches may be changed.

HOW IS THE FORMAT DIFFERENT?

Normally in a tournament, you play with the same partner the entire time. At the playoffs though, you’ll take turns playing with different players on your team against a variety of pairs from other teams.
This is one of the coolest parts of the tourney. This creates ultimate team unity!

•With this format, a player can have a bad game, and your squad can still win the match.

•You get to use strategy to outcoach your opponent with your lineups!

•You are more invested in all the games around you. You have lots to cheer for all the time. This makes the tournament extremely fun!

HOW A MATCH WORKS:

•During the match there will be 3 nets on the field where each squad sends out various combinations of players to compete over the course of 4 quarters or 2 halves. Also known as rounds.

•Before the first quarter, Squad A, will go first in assigning their players to the 3 nets on the field.

•Then after Squad A places their players, Squad B will match and assign their players to each of the 3 nets on the field.

•After the net assignments are made, the playing then begins. The players battle it out on each net trying to win their game. A win on a net is worth 1 match point with 3 points up for grabs every quarter.

•Once all 3 games are finished, the scores are recorded, and it’s on to the next quarter/round.

•The two squads alternate each quarter, on who assigns their players first and who matches.

WHAT MAKES UP A SQUAD?

•A squad is made up of a minimum of 6 players and may have up to 7 players at the local squad events.

•Before the tourney, each team will rank their players 1-7, based on skill.

•Ranking them is simple. Just ask the question. “Which player on my squad would I want playing on the final game of the tourney if $50,000 were on the line?” Whoever that is, would be your #1, then whoever would be next would be your #2 and so forth.

Be careful to do this correctly. The ASL has rules in place, that if a squad doesn’t rank their players this way, could cost them matches, and a championship. Trust us! You’ll want your best players in the right spot.

MAKING PLAYER ASSIGNEMENTS DURING THE MATCH:

There are three main rules/concepts when assigning players to the 3 nets that make the ASL squad format so popular!

First is the “Pair score” and the “Net Variance”:

•When you add up the rankings of the two players assigned to a net it creates what we call the “Pair score”. For example, on net 1, Squad A assigned their #2 player and their #7 player to play together. When you add those rankings up, you get a pair score of 9.

•When squad B is assigning players to this net, they can only assign/match two players who have a pair score within 3 points of squad A’s pair score. This 3 point range up or down is called the net variance.”

Next rule is the Pair limit rule:

•This rule means that you can’t have the same two people play together in two consecutive games during a match.


Final rule is the Sub rotation rule:

•The sub rotation rule means that a player may not sub out a second time, until everyone on the squad has subbed out at least once.

Watch the video below to learn more on the popular ASL format.

ASL USES THEIR MATCHBOOK SYSTEM OR SOFTWARE TO RUN THE MATCHES

To make all this easy to navigate, the ASL has created its own matchbook form system and they have been working on their proprietary software that runs the match for you.

•It shows the rosters.
•Lets you make player assignments.
Prevents illegal assignments.
•Keeps
scores.
•And talks to the other team during a match.

The software should be available at most of the local squad tournaments this year. If not the matchbook forms will be available. Both systems are awesome.

LEAGUES AND PLAYOFF PRIZES

$12,000 in prizes.
(Champion squad wins $7,000 in prizes & earns Premier)

The Premier League will have 36 squads in it and will be made up of 6 conferences "Pools" with 6 squads in each one.

WINNING SQUAD TAKES HOME $7,000 IN PRIZES & GETS TO PLAY IN THE LIVESTREAMED FINALS IN FRONT OF HUNDREDS OF SPECTATORS. PLUS IF ANY OF THE PLAYERS AREN'T PREMIER WILL EARN PREMIER .

CHAMPIONSHIP PRIZES ARE MADE UP OF THE FOLLOWING:

$6,000 in cash.
$1,000 in an ASL sponsorship package that includes a Championship Jersey, and entry to any 2024 Major/challenger event.

WHO CAN BE ON A SQUAD?

•Squads are made up 7-8 players.
•A squad must have at least 2 "ever-premier" players to compete and all players CAN be "ever-premier." this year. (An "ever-premier" player is someone who has ever earned the title of premier.)
•All players must live within 200 miles of each other.

DAY 2 POSTSEASON BRACKETS

•Squads will play in one of two postseason brackets.
•Top teams will play in the "PLAYOFF BRACKET" where the majority of the prize money will be won.
•The others will play in the "PLAYERS BRACKET", where the 1st place winner will win a cash prize.

Click for more info to register for the "Lottery-Draw"

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$4,300 Winnings

Just make it to the semifinals, or win the division 2 gold medal in the PLAYOFF BRACKET and you are guaranteed a slice of the cash pie.

•2nd place squad wins $1,900 and gets to play in the premier finals!
•3rd place squad wins $1,100.
•4th place squad wins $800.
•& Division 2 gold medal, or 5th place squad, wins $500.

Not to mention you all earn medals and huge, huge program points for the strongest state award.

Click for more info to register for the "Lottery-Draw"

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$770 Winnings

Win the PLAYERS BRACKET and your squad will take home $770.
Normally, if you don't make top bracket, you stop caring or stop playing. Not at this tournament. This will keep you playing hard regardless which postseason bracket you end up in.

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$6,000 in prizes. (Champion squad wins $2K in cash, $1k ASL sponsorship package, and all players earn PREMIER)

The Contender League will have 30 squads in it and will be made up of 5 conferences "pools" with 6 squads in each one.

WINNING SQUAD TAKES HOME $3,000 in prizes & GETS TO PLAY IN THE LIVESTREAMED CONTENDER FINALS. PLUS ALL PLAYERS EARN PREMIER.

CHAMPIONSHIP PRIZES ARE MADE UP OF THE FOLLOWING:

$2,000 in cash.
$1,000 in an ASL sponsorship package that includes a Championship Jersey, and entry to any 2024 Major/challenger event.

WHO CAN BE ON A SQUAD?

•Squads are made up 7-8 players.
•A squad must NOT have any "ever-premier" players on their squad. (An "ever-premier" player is someone who has ever earned the title of premier.)
•All players must live within 200 miles of each other.

DAY 2 POSTSEASON BRACKETS

•Squads will play in one of two postseason brackets.
•Top teams will play in the "PLAYOFF BRACKET" where the majority of the prize money will be won.
•The others will play in the "PLAYERS BRACKET", where the 1st place winner will win a cash prize.

Click for more info to register for the "Lottery-Draw"

For more info   

$2,500 Winnings

Just make it to the semifinals, or win the division 2 gold medal in the PLAYOFF BRACKET and you are guaranteed a slice of the cash pie.

•2nd place squad finisher wins $800 and gets to play in the contender finals! It will be livestreamed for the whole world.
•3rd place squad wins $700.
•4th place squad wins $600.
& •Division 2 gold medal (5th place squad) wins $400.

Not to mention you all win medals and huge, huge program points for the strongest state award.

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$500 Winnings

Win the PLAYERS BRACKET and your squad will take home $500.
Normally, if you don't make top bracket, you stop caring or stop playing. Not at this tournament. This will keep you playing hard regardless which postseason bracket you end up in.

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$6,000 in prizes. (Champion squad wins $2K in cash & $1k ASL sponsorship package)

The Womens League will have 18 squads in it and will be made up of 3 conferences "pools" with 6 squads in each one.

WINNING SQUAD TAKES HOME $3,000 in prizes & GETS TO PLAY IN THE LIVESTREAMED WOMENS FINALS.

CHAMPIONSHIP PRIZES ARE MADE UP OF THE FOLLOWING:

$2,000 in cash.
$1,000 in an ASL sponsorship package that includes a Championship Jersey, and entry to any 2024 Major/challenger event.

WHO CAN BE ON A SQUAD?

•Squads are made up 7-8 women players.
•Each player will be allowed to live within 500 miles of each other or live within two adjoining states, or be in the same country if outside of North America

DAY 2 POSTSEASON BRACKETS

•Squads will play in one of two postseason brackets.
•Top teams will play in the "PLAYOFF BRACKET" where the majority of the prize money will be won.
•The others will play in the "PLAYERS BRACKET", where the 1st place winner will win a cash prize.

Click for more info to register for the "Lottery-Draw"

For more info   

$2,500 Winnings

Just make it to the semifinals, or win the division 2 gold medal in the PLAYOFF BRACKET and you are guaranteed a slice of the cash pie.

•2nd place squad wins $800 and gets to play in the womens final! It will be livestreamed for the whole world.
•3rd place squad wins $700.
•4th place squad wins $600.
&•Division 2 gold medal (5th place squad) wins $400.

Not to mention you all win medals and huge, huge program points for the strongest state award.

Click for more info to register for the "Lottery-Draw"

For more info   

$500 Winnings

Win the PLAYERS BRACKET your squad will take home $500.
Normally, if you don't make top bracket, you stop caring or stop playing. Not at this tournament. This will keep you playing hard regardless which postseason bracket you end up in.

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$1,000 Purse.
Champions win $500

It's time! This is the ultimate display of the strength of a program. Show the depth and bring a masters squad. It will also have big program points. The Masters League will have 6 squads in it.

Winning squad takes home $500 in cash!

WHO CAN BE ON A SQUAD?

Squads are made up 7-8 players.
•Each player needs to be 34 years or older to participate.
•Average age of the squad must be at least 38.
•Each player will be allowed to live within 500 miles of each other or live within two adjoining states, or be in the same country if outside of North America

DAY 2 POSTSEASON BRACKET After day 1, all the squads will play in a postseason tourney for cash, medals, and program points.

Click for more info to register for the "Lottery-Draw"

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$500 Winnings

Masters podium finishers will also bring home some cash among medals and serious program points for the strongest state award.

2nd place squad wins $300.
3rd place squad wins $200.

Click for more info to register for the "Lottery-Draw"

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Take home the enormous "Strongest Sate" cup!

Here is how you show the strength of your program. Show up and finish as high as possible on Day 2.

Each state/province program will receive points based on what place they take in their postseason tourney. All the points will be tallied for each State/Province's squads. An overall ranking will be created and published to the world.
The trick to winning this award is be the state that sends the most squads.

Here are the top 10 strongest programs from the 2023 Playoffs.
1.California
2.Idaho
3.Ontario
4.Texas
5.Washington
6.British Columbia
7.Utah
8.Arizona
9.Ohio
10.Nevada

Where will your state/province be in 2024?

Click for more info to register for the "Lottery-Draw"

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23 Division Gold Medals

Every squad will be competing in a divisional semifinal for a chance to play for a gold, silver or bronze medal.

By podiuming in your respective division, your squad also gets:

•Bigger program points for the strongest state award.
Podium pictures.
•& Bragging rights.

For example, let's say your squad lost the second round in the postseason tourney. Normally in a 2v2 environment you may or may not keep playing out for a chance to win 9th place. But here at the Playoffs, your squad will be motivated to keep battling because you'll actually be playing for a Division 3 gold, bronze or silver medal. There is no such thing as 9th place here. Only division medalists.


Click for more info to register for the "Lottery-Draw"

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How much does a local squad tourney cost?

$30 registration fee per person. ($25 early bird pricing) How to participate:

Decide to go have a great time!

Find 5 others for an Open tourney.

Register a squad and get ready for an amazing experience!

If it's a draft tourney then just sign up!

You'll be drafted to a squad with a captain and 6 others.

Invite all your friends! This is the perfect tourney for new players!

See you all there!

Tournament Schedule and Details
Checkin starts at 7:30 a.m. on Friday Feb 2nd & Announcements and Program Parade starts at 8:15 a.m.
Friday February 2 - Saturday February 3
West Orange Park, 150 Windermere Rd, Winter Garden, FL 34787



DAY 1 will be full of energy and fun!

7:30-8:15 a.m.:Checkin. Come get your squad registgered and pick up your playoff packets. Included wil be your program directory, schedule, your playoff bracelet to get you into the tourney, and squad photo.
8:15 - 8:30 a.m.:Announcements
8:30-9:00a.m.: The opening ceremony featuring the Program Parade. Each state/province will bring a unique and custom program banner to be displayed front and center as everyone from your area walks in front of and is cheered by hundred and hundreds of players at the tournament. This is going to kick off the Playoffs in an electric and unifying way.
10:00 am: Conference/pool play begins. You'll battle it out against each of the 5 other squads in your conference. These matches are a shorter version to what you'll play on day 2. Each match in conference play is 2 halves/rounds compared to 4 quarters/rounds that you'll play in bracket play on Day 2. Each match will take around 45 min. That will give each squad time to reset and get water between matches. Matches start every hour on the top of the hour.
12:00 - 2:00 pm: This is the the time slot for the 3rd match/lunch break. Half of the squads will play their 3rd match from 12-1 pm, while the other half will have lunch. Then from 1-2 pm, the half that just finished their 3rd match will have lunch while those that just finished lunch will play their 3rd match.
4:00 pm End of day 1. Go and enjoy Orlando with your squad. Disney has tickets that start at 5 pm. The beach is only 1 hour away. Go get some needed rest and get ready for the Postseason!


DAY 2 Here we go- The “Post-Season”

• There will be 2 separate post season brackets you could end up playing in within your league.
• The squads at the top of the conference standings will go to the postseason bracket with the larger cash prizes.
However, All post-season brackets have cash prizes for the winners.
• And no matter what bracket you end up in, every squad will end up playing in a divisional semi-final for:
•Podium medals,
•Program points,
•If you are in the highest division, big cash!
Playing out gets a lot more interesting! Lots on the line all the way to the end.

7:30-8:00 a.m.: Checkin. You'll need to checkin with your bracelets and be ready for your first match.
8:00 a.m.: First game of Brackets. You will need to be on your assigned field ready to go at 8:00 am unless your squad has a first round bye. These matches can take up to 1 hour and 40 min.
8 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.: Bracket games will go untill you finish your last match. Each of you will be playing in a semifinal and a final match for 1st/2nd or for 3rd/4th in your respective division.

Lunch will happen at the end of your 2nd match and will go until the scheduled next match hard start time.
The faster your matches are with player assignments the longer your lunch break. The longer your player assignments take, the shorter the lunch break.

3:00 p.m: Womens & Contender finals. Both Will be livestreamed.
5:00 p.m: Premier finals. This will be livestreamed and have a national anthem, half-time show. All players with wristband get in for free. Non-playing spectators can purchase tickets here. Purchase tickets here

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Last Years TOP 10 Strongest Programs

Playoff FAQ

6 is the minimum number you need to be eligible to play on a squad. However we reccomend you have 7 if poissble. This is to ensure that if a player gets hurt your squad is not forfeiting games. Plus it is a lot more fun to rotate and match players when you have a sub every round.

If you were to find you only had 6 available players, and one person were to get hurt, meaning you have 5 available players. You can still play the match, but you would forfeit 1 of the 3 games for each round you don't have 6 eligible players.
The intention for the 30 mile boundary is to create a unifyng local pickup scene battle. it out and showcase their development. In the future playoffs, the radius will actually shrink.

The 30 mile rule is based on the distance between one player and all the other players on their squad. It is calculated as the "bird flies", not GPS road distance. You can use the tool at the end of this section to make sure your entire squad is compliant.

If any of your players are outside of the mileage requirement your entire squad may be disqualified. Always best to touch base with the TD for any questions.

Click here calculate player distance
Each player will be asked what their skill level is when they register.

The TD will devide squads based off total number of squads and will use the average skill ranking per squad.

Where a player can play depends on where they've lived since March 1, 2023.

A player can choose to play with any squad, as long as they have lived in that area for more than 2 consecutive weeks since March 1, 2023.

Meaning, that if a player lived in 2 or more different locations for 14 days each since March 1, then they could choose to join a squad from any of the those locations and still be eligible.

An exception may be made for a player that just moved to a new area within 4 weeks of the start of the tourney. For example, they graduated and signed a lease or took out a mortgage in the new location. Or maybe their family moved and sold their previous home. Etc. They will need to email playoffs@americanspikers.com and explain their situation.



This is why 7 players is required! Though there are rules in place just in case a team is brought down to 5 players.

If you were to find you only had 6 available players, and one person were to get hurt, meaning you have 5 available players. You can still play the match, but you would forfeit 1 of the 3 games for each round you don't have 6 eligible players. It possible to still win the match but it will be very difficult
Prices go up 3 days before the event.
Bring as many squads as you can. So long as players are comfortable with the NHZ they should come! Doing so gives a program something to work for outside of producing premier players.
They do not. But we highly encourage squads to do so. Even if it is just a cheap shirt from Walmart or having the same color of shirts. Having jersies makes your squad look sick, creates better photos/videos, and makes roundnet look like a sport. We can't require it but we highly encourage all squads to do something.

Just register with the link and instead of creating a squad, select the one your capatin created. Click here to soft-register
Captains will need any device that has data. The software is web-based. You will need to download Chrome to run it correctly although it may work on other browsers. Be sure to bring extra battery charging or come by the tent to charge your devices. Anyone's phone can access the captains portal.
All local squad tournaments this year are coed. As we grow, we will make a strong effort to have, women, masters, youth and other divisions.

Upcoming ASL SQUAD Tourneys

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