ALL FORCES Rules


Basic NCS adult program rules will be used with the following exceptions.


Men's A


Men's B


COED A


COED B


Roster Eligibility

Men's B All Forces roster may include athletes from two states and those two states MUST border each other.  (You can have1 player exception if states do not border each other)

Players may be required to show proof of residency prior to the first pitch of an event and have proof of residence and eligibility on hand during play.

NON-ALL FORCES AFFILIATED PLAYER

Roster Composition: 

A team can consist of any mix of eligible players. A retired Athlete may play for the state they are currently living in, working in, or the state in which they retired from. Proof of retirement must be provided when playing for a state you currently do not reside or work in.

Eligibility Rules

1. Department of Defense (DoD):  Athletes that are Active Duty, Dependents (18 and over with a valid dependent ID), Reserves, National Guard, Retired, ROTC, DoD Civilians, DoD Contractors, players that possess a DD214 with an honorable discharge, Department of Defense Contractors must possess a Department of Defense Identification card or a common access card (CAC) with a green color bar and computer chip to participate. All Players must have a valid DoD Identification card or DD214 with State or Federal Picture ID along and proof of residency. All documents must be on hand during competition. ID cards with an expired date will not be allowed to compete. Armed Forces Athletes with a General Under Honorable Discharge may be eligible to participate with approved waiver from AFSL Headquarters. A written request for exception must be provided no later than 14 days prior to the event.

2. Department of Homeland Security (DHS):  Athletes that are currently employed or retired from DHS. For example (but not limited) the US Coast Guard (DD214 Holders with Honorable Discharge), Border Patrol, US Secret Service, US Immigrations and Customs Enforcement, and the Federal Emergency Management Agency. DHS employees must provide valid DHS identification along with State or Federal Picture ID and proof of residency. All documents must be on hand during competition. ID cards with an expired date will not be allowed to compete.

3. Police:  Athletes that are Active and Retired Police Officers. Volunteers are eligible to play with a department heads written endorsement. Requests for volunteers must be submitted no later than the Monday prior to an event. Contact information from Department Head must be with the written (Email) request. The Term Police includes Officers at all levels of government employment from city/county to state and federal officers and special agents along with correctional officers, probation officers, and parole officers. All Players must have a valid State or Federal Picture ID that identifies them as “Police” and proof of residency. All documents must be on hand during competition. ID cards with an expired date will not be allowed to compete.

4. Fire:  Athletes that are Active and Retired Firefighters. Volunteers are eligible to play with a department heads written endorsement. Requests for volunteers must be submitted no later than the Monday prior to an event. Contact information from Department Head must be with the written (Email) request. Fire includes Firefighters serving at the City, County, State, and Federal level and includes Urban and Suburban Structural Firefighter, Wildland Firefighters, Aircraft Firefighters, Shipboard Firefighters, Industrial Firefighters, Contract Firefighters and any person certified as a Firefighter serving in a city, county, state, or federal position. All Players must have a valid State or Federal Picture ID on hand identifying themselves as Firefighter and proof of residency. All documents must be on hand during competition. ID cards with an expired date will not be allowed to compete.

5. First Responder:  Athletes that are Active and Retired First Responders not included in the above descriptions for Police or Fire. Paramedics, Rescue, and EMT personnel assigned to fire stations, emergency response facilities, and hospitals that provide onsite assistance to an emergency such as an accident, natural disaster, or terrorist attack. All Players must have a valid State or Federal Picture ID on hand identifying themselves as a First Responder and proof of residency. All documents must be on hand during competition. ID cards with an expired date will not be allowed to compete.

ROSTER: Because on-line roster may show approved -This just means you have at least 10 people added- This Does Not Mean Your Team Is Legal - You still have to follow our rankings system!