Over the past 13 seasons, we have been asked many questions about the league. Here are the most common questions that we receive/answer on a regular basis. If you think of a question that has not been addressed here, please feel free to contact us.
Common Roster Questions
How many Division 4 players can I have on my Division 5 RaceTo-2 roster?
1 per roster
How many Division 3 players can I have on my Division 4 RaceTo-2 roster?
1 per roster
How many Division 3 players can I have on my Division 4 RaceTo-4 (XBALL) roster?
Up to one Division 2 player and up to one Division 1 player with a classification rating no higher than 2952, providing the sum of the classification ratings of the top two players on the roster is no higher than 3936.
How many Division 3 players can I have on my Division 4 RaceTo-4 roster?
1 per roster
When will my team Play?
All Division 5 (5MAN) teams will always play on Saturdays during the 2020 series. The RaceTo-2 matches will begin at 8:00am
All Division 4 (5MAN) teams will always play on Sundays during the 2020 series. The RaceTo-2 matches will begin at 8:00am
When Should my team arrive?
If you do not currently hold a 2020 EPL ID card, you should arrive at the field on the day preceding the event. This will allow you time to pick up your ID card without having to wait in a long line on the day of the tournament.
If you currently hold a 2020 EPL ID card, you can arrive anytime before 7:00 am on the day of the event. It is highly recommended that you arrive early enough to get your entire team checked in at the registration area.
When can my team check in at the registration area?
Your team can check in at EPL registration on the day preceding the event from 4:00pm-6:00pm or before 7:45am on the day of the event.
Can I register on site at the event?
No. Teams must register and make payment through the APPA five days prior to the event.
Do I need an EPL ID for 2020?
Yes, ID’s are issued through the APPA. Players must sign up for an APPA Player ID number. Players must provide their name, age, address, and playing experience. Players should upload a photo for their ID card.
Can we take pictures or film on the field at the events?
Spectators and players can take pictures and film at the events in the “goggles off” area. The “goggles on” or Playing field is reserved for our media partners. Media personal must have a “media partner” ID in order to take pictures and film on the field of play.