Membership Registration Open for the 2018-19 Season
Registration is available for all levels of membership for the 2018-19 season.
Quidditch Canada’s 2018-19 membership plan brings with it a change to its Non-Contact Membership. These memberships, previously expiring after 12 weeks, now apply for a full year. The total cost of our Non Contact memberships increases from $15.00 to $20.00.
Registering as a member with Quidditch Canada is required at all levels of play – Full Contact, Low Contact, and Non Contact. By registering as a member, athletes are eligible for insurance coverage by Quidditch Canada’s provider. New this year, all registered adult members have access to Quidditch Canada’s online referee testing platform, and can certify as a Snitch Referee or an Assistant Referee.
Initiated successfully this past 2017-18 season, League and Development teams continue to required a registered Team Admin and a Coach, a free membership add-on that gives athletes access to online concussion sideline training with Complete Concussion Management Inc. League-level teams will be once again be required to have one Team Admin or Coach complete this training prior to attending any Major Events (Western Regional, Eastern Regional, and National Championships). Team Admins and Coaches are also responsible for injury reporting on behalf of their teams for the duration of the season.
This season, we continue to host all membership registration, event registration, and membership-news and resources through Topscore. Read more about our membership options and costs on Topscore to figure out which membership is right for you.
If you have any questions about this year’s membership plan, you are encouraged to contact our Membership Manager Jill Staniec at firstname.lastname@example.org
We’re excited to keep membership fees consistent this year, while extending our youth-focused membership to full year length. We also are now providing access to the written referee tests to all adult members to encourage players at all levels to get involved in officiating.Jill Staniec