USA Football

Coaches Conduct Statement
Posted Jan 2, 2018

Coaches please check out the Coaches Conduct Statement. MYFA requires all coaches to sign this statements before being approved to coach!

Security (SSL)

Accessing Secure Servers (SSL)

Our system uses secure servers to transmit your personal and payment information across the Internet. In order to access online registration, you must be able to access a secure server. As a simple test, try going to Can you access that site? If so, this is not your problem. If you cannot see that web site, then this is potentially a problem for you.

There are several reasons why you may NOT be able to access a secure server. Review the following questions to identify the potential problem:

Are you running a firewall or Norton Utilities?

If you answered YES, then you will need to consult the instructions for your firewall or Norton Utilities and unblock Port 443 allowing access to our secure server.

Are you behind a proxy server, perhaps at your office?

Many businesses block access to web sites through their networks. If this is the case, you might contact your network administrator and find out if you're allowed to access secure servers from your location. If not, you should try registering from another computer on another network or Internet connection.

Does your browser have SSL turned off?

Your browser will allow you to turn off access to SSL or secure servers. You will need to consult your browser HELP guide for information about turning that setting on. For most people using Internet Explorer, you should be able to turn on SSL by selecting Tools > Internet Options from the menu in your browser. After the new window appears, click on theAdvanced tab. Scroll down to the area that has the heading "SECURITY". Once there, make sure the SSL2.0 andSSL3.0 have the box checkmarked. Checkmark the box by clicking on it. Click OK to save your settings.

About the Internet and Your Computer

Sending and receiving information across the Internet is a complex process. Every computer is different from the next, not unlike a thumbprint. Your computer, even though it's the same brand as your neighbor's, is different because you may have different software, modems, and Internet Service Providers (ISPs). Additionally, information travels through many different computers over the Internet, so sometimes there are conflicts. Please be patient and follow the steps to troubleshoot any problems.