ERRA Competitive Tryout Registration
All players intending to attend competitive tryouts held by any ERRA association, including their own, are asked complete the on-line form below. Sign up information will be shared with the association hosting the tryouts a player plans to attend and also used to monitor tryout interest across Eastern Region. Players intending to attend tryouts held by associations other than their Home association must also obtain a tryout release following the ORA "Tryout and Release Process".
Any questions on this process should be directed to Fred Black
Associations fielding AA and/or A teams in the U14, U16, and U19 age groups in the 2019/20 season will be holding tryouts for these teams in the Spring of 2019.
Players may attend tryouts for a maximum of two associations and must follow the normal ORA Tryout and Release process, including attending and giving first priority to their Home Association's tryouts, if held. Additional information on the Tryout and Release process, and on its requirements and obligations is provided at the bottom of this page. Please also see "Player Requirements" on the Tryout Information page on the ERRA web site
All players planning to attend any tryouts, including those held by their Home Association, must submit the form to the left. Sign up information will be shared with the association(s) hosting the tryouts a player plans to attend.
Tryout schedules will be posted on the individual association web sites. Additional information on the tryout process and requirements is posted on the Tryout Information page on the ERRA Web Site.
Instructions and Notices:
After completing the form and hitting "Submit" an acknowledgement page will be displayed. Players should print a copy of the acknowledgement page and present that, along with the required tryout release(s) when attending each tryout.
Registration with ERRA is an administrative procedure and does not guarantee a position with any team. All tryouts and player selections are conducted by the individual associations and subject to the polices of the association running that tryout. Tryout fees are set independently by each association.
Players new to Town
Players who have moved to the Ottawa-area (Eastern Region) from elsewhere, including students who have come to town to attend university or college are asked to include a note to that effect and their new address in the "Additional Information" block to the left. This will help the affected associations with their planning.
Home Association: For most players, their "home" association is the association covering where they live, or the association where they first played. Players must attend their home association's tryouts if the desired level of play is offered.