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No two travel teams are alike. Some play two to three times more games than others. Some sign-up for more tournaments. Some go away to more outside (for pay) tournaments. Some include the cost of the outside tournaments and/or the travel cost in their base fee. Some have more expensive uniforms, etc.
What I will provide here is the typical cost for an ENYTB travel team playing 24 league games (the average number).
Sub-total for basics = approx $2400 or $200/player based on 12 man roster, plus uniform, which can range from $50/player to $200/player additional.
$200/player plus uniform cost is typical of the bare bones cost to operate a travel team over 24 games and to register for NCTS under three different sanctioning bodies.
Some teams charge much more mostly because of travel to outside tournaments and/or coupling with professional training.
ENYTB does NOT regulate the player fees charged by its members. ENYTB members are independent financial organizations that contract with ENYTB for league services, including scheduling, sanctioning, and tournament eligibility.
Yes they can!
ENYTB does not sell insurance directly but each of the sanctioning bodies that ENYTB affiliates with offers high quality, affordable team insurance through various national carriers. Teams may purchase from the carrier of their choice, provided they are registered under the sanctioning body they purchase insurance from. Links to the insurance application forms of the carriers for each sanctioning body are provided via the website.
→ MY TEAM → Utilities → Team Insurance - Application Forms
By league rule, each team must provide the league with proof of insurance to be eligible for league play.
NOTE: When you purchase your insurance be sure to have ENYTB as well as any sanctioning body that you are registered with listed as additional insureds on your policy.
NOTE: All ENYTB teams are automatically registered with/sanctioned by NABF, thus all ENYTB teams qualify to purchase insurance from the NABF carrier. For a direct link to the website of the NABF insurance carrier (Frazier) and application form, click HERE.
NOTE: To be eligible to participate in an AABC tournament, teams are required to purchase an insurance policy through AABC's designated carrier, K&K. For a direct link to the website of the AABC insurance carrier and application form, click HERE.
Teams that opt to register with PONY are eligible to purchase PONY insurance from Gagliardi. For a direct link to the website of the PONY insurance carrier and application form, click HERE.
Teams not registered with PONY are eligible to purchase the same insurance for a slightly higher fee (approximately $20) by clicking HERE.
ECTB also offers insurance coverage. See their website for more details.
CABA does not offer team insurance coverage.