Become a Member Club

USSA member clubs are the backbone of the USSA athletic programs. Becoming a USSA member club is easy and cost-effective, and comes with many benefits, including:

  • Ability to host USSA sanctioned competitions
  • Targeted communications from USSA
  • Option to participate in the USSA club insurance program
  • Track your club participants' memberships through My USSA
  • Club affiliation printed on your participants' USSA membership cards
  • Your club will be searchable through the USSA Find A Club program
  • Access the USSA Club Development program
  • Eligibility for club certification and recognition programs
  • Receive significant discounts on bulk orders through the USSA Education Shop
  • Annual club mailing with sport Competition Guides and other resources for clubs
  • Club Resource Center - a comprehensive guide to best principles and practice for ski and snowboard clubs
  • Receive USSA member club certificate

USSA Member Club Benefits

Clubs can register by contacting or (435) 647-2666 for more information.

Looking for additional information to help you get started? Email the USSA Club Development Manager.


USSA clubs are where the fun begins!

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The USSA Club Development program offers education, certification and recognition for ski and snowboard clubs. Your USSA membership gets you access to many members only resources.

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Need to renew your membership, get coaching tips or work on your technique? Want to check rankings or results? Find all that and more on your My Account page. 


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