CHEERSPORT follows the USASF rules and guidelines for all of our cheer and dance divisions. Please visit the USASF website to view the official USASF glossary, general safety guidelines and level rules.
General Rules & Safety:General rules regarding routines, music, event conduct and the current USASF level guidelines can be found at USASF Cheer Rules and USASF Dance Rules. If you have any questions regarding rules, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Each division is defined by age, skill level, the number of males allowed and the
total number of team members allowed. The divisions offered are compliant with USASF division guidelines.
Recreation competition teams must understand that their first priority is not to compete, but to cheer for other recreational sports. Being involved in Recreation Competition Cheerleading is secondary to cheering games for the association that they represent. Teams competing in the Recreation Division will be required to submit a notarized letter from the Director of their Association stating the teamís relationship with the recreational program and approximate time/length of the cheer season. Teams that do not meet the requirement for Rec divisions will compete in All-Star or All-Star Prep Divisions.Youth/Rec Divisions The Youth/Rec. Division exists for teams with the main purpose of cheering for and/or supporting a recreational team (i.e. youth football, pee wee sports, community sports teams, etc.). All Youth/Rec Teams will need to provide a notarized letter from the city Director of Youth League that proves legitimacy of the organization. The letter must include how many teams are associated with the recreational program and approximate time or season/s they cheer. Note: Competitive only youth programs are considered an All Star program, and must compete as an All Star team and follow the All Star rules and regulations Teams that do not meet the requirement for Rec divisions will compete in All-Star or All-Star Prep Divisions.