New Affinity 2.0 - Affinity Sports Management Platform: On August 6, 2018 Affinity Sports will launch their new Affinity 2.0 Management Platform for Massachusetts Youth Soccer Association. This is the next generation of the Affinity Sports Management Platform. This set of features is the beginning of a series of features, modules, integrations, and enhancements provided to us by Affinity. Please use the link below to review all the information and training documents for Affinity 2.0.
Welcome to Affinity Sports 2.0
Affinity Sports 2.0 Admin Tools
Affinity Sports 2.0 FAQ
Introducing Affinity Sports 2.0 Webinar Registration Information
On June 1st, 2017 the CORI Request process was merged with the Adult Registration process and is now the Adult/CORI Registration.
Detailed instructions on the new procedures can be found at: ADULT/CORI REGISTRATION.
For Mass Youth Soccer to process your member’s CORI Requests; they MUST be accounted for on your organization's Fee Submission file as an affiliated member and have completed their Mass Youth Soccer Adult/CORI Registration.
The Criminal Offender Record Information (“CORI”) laws and regulations in Massachusetts were first enacted in the early 1970s. While they have and continue to undergo a number of changes and developments, their primary focus remains intact. CORI is designed to protect the general public from exposure to potentially dangerous individuals with a criminal past. Organizations that serve vulnerable segments of the population such as Massachusetts Youth Soccer are given limited access to information about prospective coaches, administrators, volunteers and employees who may have a serious criminal history and who may pose a significant threat to the children involved in youth soccer across the state. The agency that oversees criminal background checks in the Commonwealth is the Department of Criminal Justice Information Services (DCJIS).
This web page is designed to help clarify the policies and procedures Massachusetts Youth Soccer and all our affiliated organizations MUST follow when conducting criminal background checks.
Each youth soccer organization is required to identify a CORI submitter, and Massachusetts Youth Soccer will qualify that person under the State CORI Office guidelines. CORI Submitters will be responsible, along with their organization’s registrars, for making sure all adults involved in their program are properly registered and CORI checked. Hence, each club or team will have one qualified CORI submitter who will be responsible for collecting every adult's CORI Acknowledgement form and verify identity. Instructions and forms for how to become a CORI Submitter can be found by clicking on the links in the left rail.
- Please review all documents located on the left, paying close attention to the New Adult Registrations CORI Submitter Procedures document.
- How to complete the functions of a CORI Submitter document. CORI Submitter - How to Document for Classic View and Dashboard
- FAQ for Members and Administrators; this document may answer some of your questions.
Administrative access to Affinity's ShareView
ShareView is your only source for CORI/Risk Status information.
If you are the President, Registrar, a Board Member or CORI Submitter for your organization and require Administrative access to Affinity's ShareView system, please review the steps below as they are required prior to Admin access being given.
- All organizations must have an up to date Leadership report listing the proper adults in their roles. You are also required to notify Michael Borislow at email@example.com of any Leadership report changes.
- You must have a current Mass Youth Soccer Adult/CORI Registration.
- You must be CORI Cleared/Approved.
- If you are your organization's CORI Submitter, please view the, "How to become a CORI Submitter" document on the left-hand side of this page.
*Please email Mary Relic at firstname.lastname@example.org when these steps have been completed so that you can obtain Administrative access to the Affinity ShareView System as your organization's President, Registrar or CORI Submitter.
Adult Credential information has been moved to the Adult Credential webpage, click here to be redirected.