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Frequently Asked Questions

What’s included in the uniform package?

Click here to see this year’s uniform package.

Why do you need my child’s birth certificate and report card?

Tournament directors require these documents to prove your child’s age.

These documents are also used to make sure that your child is eligible to play in the age group they have been assigned.

What are the dates of the tournaments my child’s team will play in?

This will be determined by your child’s coach and communicated to you as soon as it’s available. Most tournaments are played March – May.

Where are the tournaments played?

Tournaments are played in and around Metro Atlanta. This means teams may play in Suwanee, Cartersville, Cobb County, Calhoun, and a number of other locations. Your team parent will advise you of when and where the tournaments will be held.

When are the tournaments held?

The tournaments are generally played from Friday night through Sunday. Most tournaments guarantee three (3) games. The schedule is usually released on the Wednesday prior to the start of the tournament.

When will my child’s team begin playing in tournaments?

Most of the tournaments that Team Impact will play in will run from March through May.

If the coach feels the team is ready, they may begin playing in late February (rare).

My child has played with Team Impact previously. Do I need to complete a new player registration and participation waiver form prior to tryouts?

Yes,  ALL athletes (including previous Team Impact players) must have a completed player registration & participation form on file PRIOR to tryouts.

Why do you ask so many questions during the tryout registration process?

We collect the information so that should your child get selected for a team, we have the information necessary to determine AAU and YBOA age eligibility, etc.

Additionally, by collecting the information up front it makes the Team Parent’s job easier later on. AAU and YBOA require specific information in order to register players.

To be as efficient as possible, we collect all of the required data at the time players register for tryouts.

Does Team Impact require sports physicals for players?

Yes. All players must have a medical eligibility form on file.

The form must be signed by an MD, DO, nurse practitioner or physician assistant with clinical training to evaluate and determine medical eligibility of the athlete on a broad range of health issues. 

The form is due at the first regular practice and must be dated less than 12 months prior to the first date of practice. Learn more by visiting our Sports Physical Requirements page.

What does the player fee include?

The Team Impact Player Fee includes:

  • Five (5) tournaments,
  • Two scheduled practices per week
  • Home and  away custom uniforms,
  • Custom-made shooting shirts,
  • Player’s tournament associations fees,
  • Insurance fees (Players, Coaches, Practice, Facilities),
  • Team Moms/Coaches Shirts

Click here to see our uniform package.

Does Team Impact offer gift certificates?

Yes!

If you are interested or know someone that would like to purchase a gift certificate to go towards a player’s participation fee, visit the Gift Certificates page.

Gift certificates may be purchased in the following increments: $25, $50, $100, $200, ,$250, $300, $350, $400, $450, $500, $575 (full payment) and $675 (full payment for travel teams)

How can I update my contact information?

If you need to update any contact information, please use the Contact Us page to send a message with the updated information. We’ll update the information and will send an email confirmation message to you within 48 hours.

What is an elite team?

An elite team is a team that may travel to other states to play in tournaments against nationally ranked teams.

How will I know if my child is on an elite team?

In general, the only elite team is usually our 17U boys team.

How many tournaments will each team play?

Each team will play five (5) tournaments during the season. The tournaments are generally played between March – May.

If the coach feels the team is ready, teams may begin playing in tournaments in February (rare).

Additionally, if a team qualifies for nationals, the coach will discuss with parents as to whether they wish to participate.

The cost to participate in the national tournament will be shared by parents of the team. This includes tournament registration, travel, accommodations, food, etc. Teams may also conduct fundraisers to cover all/some of the costs of registering, attending, travel, etc., for national tournaments.

National tournaments are held in June and July.

 

Do you accept cash payments for player fees?

Yes, cash or money order payments are accepted. Please provide your payment to your child’s Team Parent.

You will receive a receipt for your payment via email within 24 hours of making your payment.

What days will practices be held?

Most teams will practice at LakePoint Sports on Monday and Wednesday evenings.

LakePoint Sports Complex
261 Stars Ways
Emerson, GA  30121

The 2024 practice times for LakePoint will be as follows:

6:00 pm – 7:30 pm or

7:30 pm – 9:00 pm

Your child’s practice time will be determined by your coach.

Your child’s coach will determine the practice time for their team and will communicate that to parents.

Please visit the Practice Schedule for additional information and for the link to subscribe to the Team Impact calendar.

Occasionally, due to court availability, coach’s schedule, holidays, etc., teams will practice at another Cobb County location.

Your team’s coach and team mom will communicate practice days, dates, times and location.

 

When are player fees due?

For 2024, player fee due dates are as follows:

Payment #1 – is due 48 hours after being notified that your child has earned a roster spot,  1/2 of the player fee

Payment #2  is due February 28, 2024

Where will practice be held?

Most teams will practice at LakePoint Sports Complex. The times and dates will be announced once rosters are finalized.

LakePoint Sports Complex.
261 Stars Ways
Emerson, GA  30121

Due to court availability, teams may occasionally practice at another Cobb County location.

Your team’s coach and team mom will communicate practice days, dates, time, and location.

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