Individual Sports
GA Officers
Membership Info
Hosting Events
Reporting Accidents
Internet Registration


      Email@.gif (25478 bytes)        


                                          Hosting An AAU Sanctioned Event


If you are interested in hosting an AAU Sanctioned Event, you must apply for a sanction from your AAU State Office.  All sanctions have to be approved by each sport chair (listed under Officers and Directors).
You must hold a valid AAU Club Membership in order to hold an AAU Sanctioned Event.
An AAU Sanctioned Event cannot be in conjunction with any other competitive event sponsored by another organization.
Every coach and athlete entering into an AAU Sanctioned Event must be properly registered with AAU.

The Member Club will be covered by any insurance program that the AAU has in force at the time.  If a Third Party Insurance Certificate is desire an appropriate application by be requested.  (See Insurance)

It will be the responsibility of the club who is hosting an AAU sanctioned event to insure that all participants including coaches have a valid and current AAU number.  The host will also be responsible for all sanctioning fees, scheduling, acquisition of facilities, officials, awards and any costs incurred hosting their competition.  The host must also oversee competition to insure that all AAU rules and regulations are followed.
                                           The cost of an AAU Sanction:

  Youth Sanction Fee $48.00 a day.  Maximum fee of seven days.
        For the cost of sanctioning events which will include adult  competition,       

contact Liz Nichols at 770-979-1584 or aaunichols@bellsouth.net



If after you receive your approved Sanction and you need to change a date or add days to your sanction, you must call the GA AAU office immediately so that the necessary changes can be reported to the insurance company.  Reporting any changes in dates of your AAU Sanctioned event is of utmost importance to protect the validity of your sanction.  Please note that it is the event director's responsibility to ensure that all participants have a valid AAU registration number.  Protect your event and participants by making sure that everyone is registered with AAU.

  If you need to apply for a Third Party Certificate of Liability Insurance for the owners of the facilities where you are hosting an event, contact your association office, the numbers listed below.  For more information on Third Party Certificate - Go to Insurance Information on Web Bar.

           You can obtain a sanction form from the national web site www.aausports.org.  Choose Forms on the menu bar and print or download the form to your computer


             HOME | ABOUT AAU | FAQ's |  
                                                   Any questions on the AAU in Georgia Click Here