Youth Tournament FAQ's
Weekend Boys Travel Ball, Girls Fast Pitch and Youth Soccer Faq's
Subject to Change and additional rules from organizations sponsoring the Tournaments
The following information for brackets is true for Tournaments that Twin Creeks acts as the Director on. Check the web site under Boys Baseball, Girls Fast Pitch, or Youth Soccer pages. Then select the respective date. Then select the respective division. All managers will be responsible for notifying players, coaches, parents, etc. with information regarding games times and details for tournament. (If Twin Creeks is not the Tournament Director for the tournament, please contact the relevant director or association for bracketing.
You can fax or mail in the Registration Form which can be found on and printed from the Twin Creeks web site, or Twin Creeks can mail or fax the Registration Form to you and you can fill it out and return it. All payments are required at the time of registration. No exceptions.
What is the absolute last day to register or cancel?
The last day to register with payment is the TUESDAY before the tournament weekend. To cancel with refund you must cancel no later than 10 days prior to the tournament.
Availability is on a first-come, first-served basis with paid registration and is subject to change dependent upon team signups in each division up until 12 days prior to the respective tournament. Please be aware that tournaments may fill up quickly, so get your registration form and payment in as soon as possible (ASAP). Updated information can be found on the Twin Creeks web site or on the new Twin Creeks Phone Recording System.
Twin Creeks must receive a signed team roster and Insurance with the registration no later than 12 days prior to tournament. Teams who have not submitted these documents will forfeit all games and tournament fees.
The tournament will be formatted depending on the number of teams and the number of games guaranteed for the weekend.Formats will be one of the following:
3-Game Pool Play and then Single-Elimination
3. 1 Game and then Triple-Elimination
4. 2 Games and then Double-Elimination
5. ASA Championship Play is always Double-Elimination.
* Please note that it will be at Twin Creeks' discretion in which bracket or if pool play will be used per tournament. You will find out when you receive your brackets.
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Sunnyvale, CA 94089
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The gate fee for all weekend events is $6, for all spectators over 11. This includes Coaches, Managers, Parents, and Spectators. All players under 18 years of age and in uniform are Free. Spectators 11 and under are free.
The following restrictions apply:
There is no food or beverage allowed in the facility except plastic bottled water and fruit.
No tail-gating or barbecuing in the parking lot, and no pets (except seeing-eye dogs).
Absolutely no sunflower seeds, chewing tobacco, or any nuts in shells.
No roller blades, skateboards, scooters or any other items deemed unsafe or a liability to Twin Creeks will be allowed.
No Metal Cleats are allowed on the fields.
Twin Creeks Service Animal Policies:
No pets allowed
Service animals are permitted & must be under the handler’s control at all times
Emotional support animals are not service animals
Please honor this policy and protect the rights of those who need service animals
Please pick up after your service animal
Service animal handlers are responsible for damage caused by their animal
Service Animals Are:
Required because of a disability; AND
Individually trained to do work or perform tasks for the benefit of an individual with a disability.
28 C.F.R. §§ 36.104, et. seq.
A Service Animal must have a harness, lease, or other tether, unless:
The handler’s disability prevents use of such control device; OR
Use of such device would interfere with the service animal’s safe, effective performance of work
28 C.F.R. §§ 36.302(c)(4), 35.136(d)
Service Animals will be removed from the premises if:
The animal is not housebroken; OR
The animal is out of control and the owner does not take effective action to control it.
28 C.F.R. §§ 36.302(c)(2), 35.136(b)