When All Star clubs attend USASF Sanctioned Competitions, they can be assured their athletes, coaches and parents are attending events that comply with the sport's best safety practices. Event Producers must provide minimum safety standards before their events qualify as USASF sanctioned so participants can find peace of mind knowing the same rules and regulations will be followed every time - at every event - by every member.
NOTE: Due to COVID-19 and the health guidelines put in place by the CDC and local, state and national authorities, the 2020-21 All Star competition season will look different than any other. Click below for a list of all USASF Event Producer Members with links to their websites and updated information specific to this season.
The U.S. All Star Federation (USASF) has a mission to support and enrich the lives of our All Star athletes and members. We strive to provide consistent rules and safety guidelines, drive competitive excellence and promote a positive image for the sport. The USASF credentials coaches, certifies legality officials and sanctions events - all with the goal to provide the safest possible environment in which athletes may train and compete. Founded in 2003, we are a not-for-profit corporation established in Tennessee and governed by bylaws, officers, a board of directors and fifteen standing committees.