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Junior Nationals Dress Code

All competitors are required to have a neat appearance in both clothing and personal grooming. Expect photographs and/or interviews with various media throughout the event.

Item

Boys

Girls

Shirts

  • Polo or button-down style dress shirt or blouse.
  • Midriffs and T-shirts are NOT allowed.
  • Sponsor patches are allowed but cannot cover any event sponsor logos on event jersey.
  • The BEF reserves the right to disallow a player the of any logo that conflicts with the Event, Sponsors, or LIVE-Streamers of the event. 
  • May wear an elegant top (collar not required), a dress, a blouse or a polo shirt, sleeves which cover the shoulders, or the supplied event jersey.
  • Midriffs and T-shirts are NOT allowed.
  • Sponsor patches are allowed but cannot cover any event sponsor logos on event jersey.
  • The BEF reserves the right to disallow a player the of any logo that conflicts with the Event, Sponsors, or LIVE-Streamers of the event. 

Pants

  •  Dress pants, slacks or khaki's (any color) must be worn. 
  •  NO Jeans, cargo pants, sweatpants or athletic pants allowed. 
    • Dress pants, slacks or khaki's (any color) must be worn. 
    • Dresses/skirts of conservative length are permitted.
    • NO Jeans, cargo pants, sweatpants or athletic pants allowed.

      Shoes

      •  Black or brown, sole must be black or brown. 
      •  NO Flip flops, sandals, boots, clogs, slides, or open toed shoes.
      • Black or brown, sole must be black or brown.  
      • NO Flip flops, sandals, or open toed shoes.

      NO Head Gear  • No Earbuds • No Electronics • No Hats

      Tattoos may be visible ONLY if in good taste.

      Tournament players must abide by the dress code when competing.  When not competing, a player may wear comfortable apparel in good taste.

      Tournament officials will have the right to ask any player or spectator not properly attired to leave the playing area. If you think your apparel is

      questionable, ask an official for approval BEFORE it is worn. A player found to be in violation will be given 15 minutes to comply. If the player

      has not returned to the arena one game shall be forfeited. Each subsequent five-minute interval will result in an additional loss of game. Second

      offense will be deemed unsportsmanlike conduct and all applicable rules applied. ONLY players or officials may address player dress code.

      (Not parents, spectators, or anyone not involved in the match).

      Referees will be the final authority in all matters of the dress code. 

                                                                                                                                                    BEF 05/22

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