Classification of Wiser Sport Teams
I. According to their characteristics, Wiser sport teams can be classified into the two classes of enrolled teams and registered teams.
(1) An enrolled team is formed by enthusiasts of Wiser ball spontaneously on their own. Each team should have a total of 14 players (7 players are required to play as a team. However, because of the need of forming two opposing teams during daily practices, 14 players are needed.) Players are not restricted by age or gender. All can participate in practicing the ball game freely to enjoy the physical and mental health benefits as well as other invaluable benefits that Wiser can bring to them. However, until they become official registered Wiser players, players of enrolled teams cannot take part in official international matches held by the World Wiser Sport Committee (WWSC). Still, players of enrolled teams can purchase and wear Wiser player athletic uniforms approved by the WWSC and use other related products in Wiser matches. The WWSC has already decided that all players can wear this set of uniforms in their daily lives.
(2) A registered team shall consist of official Wiser players registered with and approved by the WWSC. Each team shall also have 14 players. However, unlike with enrolled teams, official matches played by registered teams are divided into separate male and female leagues. Based on participating players’ ages, competing teams are also divided into an adult league and a youth league. Every official registered player must wear the official Wiser player athletic uniform. Every Wiser athletic uniform set will receive an unique identification number. Only after applying with this identification number of the official uniform and then receiving an ID card of a registered Wiser player issued by WWSC, can the player have the qualification of participating in international matches held by WWSC.
II. Regardless of which class it belongs to, a team can sign up with the WWSC through its captain.
• An enrolled team can enroll with the WWSC by sending an e-mail message to the WWSC. The required information for enrollment can be submitted in the form of a table listing that includes the team’s name, the team captain’s name in English and/or Chinese, as well as the team captain’s own phone number and e-mail address.
• A registered team must register with the WWSC. Only after the WWSC has issued the team’s Team ID can the team participate in the worldwide Wiser matches held by the WWSC. When registering with such matches, in addition to providing the information used for registering the team, the team must also provide the player IDs issued by the WWSC to all its players.
The WWSC is a non-profit organization legally established in the United States. Therefore, the WWSC obeys the laws of the United States and is not involved in any transactions of a commercial nature. All Wiser enthusiasts, regardless of whether they represent an organization or belong to a team in either class, for matters related to ordering Wiser athletic uniforms or equipment used in Wiser matches, can directly contact or make inquiries to the ShangShiZhi Sporting Goods, LLC, a professional company specializing in producing Wiser athletic uniforms and equipment used in Wiser matches.
The following is the contact information of the ShangShiZhi Sporting Goods, LLC:Website: www.shangshizhi.com E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
World Wiser Sport Committee
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|WWSC Notice (02/18/2013)|