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AAU Boys Basketball Rules

AAU Boys Basketball Rules

AAU Boys Basketball 2018 Rule Book

CLICK HERE to download Complete 2018 Rule Book

 

Photo ID IS NOW REQUIRED AT NATIONAL EVENTS

2018 PROOF OF ELIGIBILITY

All athletes must provide one of the following proof of eligibility documents at the National Championship events.  Non-compliance with the new proof of eligibility rule will result in players being disqualified. 

  1.  An unexpired Passport
  2. Valid Driver’s License
  3. Department of Motor Vehicles I.D. card issued within three (3) years
  4. Military Dependent I.D.
  5. Electronic Age Verification through SportsAge ID. A one-time registration fee of only $10.00 covers 100% of all updating and processing fees for as long as an athlete participates in the AAU Boys Basketball Program
  6. For teams participating in grade based divisions only (4th grade, 5th grade, 6th Grade, 7th Grade, 8th Grade, 15U/9th Grade, 16U/10th Grade, 17U/11th Grade and 19U/12th Grade, in addition to one of the listed proof of age eligibility items listed above in “a” through “e”, proof of grade must be available for review, by an AAU designee at all AAU licensed competitions. If the documents are not available, the team is subject to removal from the competition. Acceptable documents include any of the following
  • A photocopy of that portion of the athletes’ report card for the current school year which shows name, grade and school.
  • Confirmation of grade level from a school administrator (guidance counselor, principal, dean, etc.) on school letterhead

PLEASE NOTE: The eligibility date for 2018 is August 31, 2018. Please use the 2018 Rule Book for determining eligibility for the 2018 Membership Year!
Questions can be directed to 407-934-7200 or via email, joe@aausports.org.

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Questions regarding the rules should be directed to Joe Crawford via email at joe@aausports.org or the National Office at 407-934-7200.

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