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Athletics Commission of Saskatchewan

 

The Athletics Commission of Saskatchewan
The Athletics Commission of Saskatchewan (ACS) was established to regulate professional combat sports in Saskatchewan. As a regulator, the commission provides licencing, event permits and oversight for professional combative sports events in Saskatchewan

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1. Contact the Commission

If you have questions regarding any of the application packages, please contact the commission using the information below. The commission will meet with applicants by appointment only.

The Athletics Commission of Saskatchewan

Attn: Chairperson of the Athletic Commission of Saskatchewan
Mailing Address: 3211 Albert Street, Regina, Saskatchewan S4S 5W6
Phone: 306-787-8985 Fax: 306-787-5523
Email: acs@gov.sk.ca

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2. Programs and services

Application for a Professional Combative Sport Promoter Licence

Prior to submitting an application for an event permit, all interested parties must obtain a licence to promote professional combative sports from the ACS.  Below this paragraph is the link to the promoter licence package which outlines the information required by the commission to review a licence request.  Please note that the commission may require additional information from the applicant(s) following the review of this initial application.   

Promoter Application

Terms and Conditions for a  Promoter Licence

Application for an Event Permit

Promoters who hold a valid licence to promote a professional combative sport from the ACS may submit an application for an event permit. The ACS asks that applicants review Part III of the regulations in regards to Permits and discuss any questions with the ACS prior to submitting their applications.

Event Permit Application

Application for a Professional Combative Sport Contestant Licence

The contestant licence package outlines the information required by the commission to review a licence request. The ACS asks that applicants review the terms and conditions of a contestant licence and discuss any questions with the ACS prior to submitting their applications. Please note the commission may require additional information from the applicant(s) following the review of this initial application.

Contestant's Application

Terms and Conditions for a Contestant's Licence

Complete Physical Examination Form

Eye Examination Form

Application for a Professional Combative Sport Matchmaker Licence

The matchmaker licence package outlines the information required by the commission to review a licence request.  The ACS asks that applicants review the terms and conditions of a matchmaker licence and discuss any questions with the ACS prior to submitting their applications.  Please note that the commission may require additional information from the applicant(s) following the review of this initial application.

Matchmaker Licence Application

Terms and Conditions for a Matchmaker Licence

Application for a Professional Combative Sport Second Licence

The second licence package outlines the information required by the commission to review a licence request. The ACS asks that applicants review the terms and conditions of a second licence and discuss any questions with the ACS prior to submitting their applications. Please note that the commission may require additional information from the applicant(s) following the review of this initial application.

Second's Licence Application

Terms and Conditions for a Second's Licence

Application for a Professional Combative Sport Official Licence

The official licence package outlines the information required by the commission to review a licence request. The ACS asks that applicants review the terms and conditions of an official licence and discuss any questions with the ACS prior to submitting their applications. Please note that the commission may require additional information from the applicant(s) following the review of this initial application.

Official's Licence Application

Terms and Conditions for a Official's Licence

 

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3. Legislation and Recognized Rules

The Athletics Commission Act, 2012 & Regulations

The ACS operates under the authority of The Athletics Commission Act, 2012 and the accompanying regulations. The ACS asks that all individuals or groups interested in a licence or event permit review these documents and discuss any questions they may have with the ACS prior to submitting their application.

Mixed Martial Arts Rules

The ACS recognizes these MMA Rules. All individuals or groups interested in an MMA licence or event permit should review these rules and discuss any questions with the ACS prior to submitting their application.

Boxing Rules

The ACS recognizes these Boxing Rules. All individuals or groups interested in a promoter licence or Boxing event permit should review these rules and discuss any questions with the ACS prior to submitting their application

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4. News Releases

March 10, 2015
Saskatchewan Proclaims Provincial Athletics Commission Act
The Government of Saskatchewan has proclaimed the Athletics Commission Act, legislation that provides the province with the authority to establish...

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