25 April 2017

FIS Licences 2017-2018 on sale from Monday 15th May

FIS Licences will be available to purchase at the Earlybird prices**  from Monday 15th May until Friday 30th June 2017. From the 1st July 2017 FIS licences will then automatically revert back to the normal rate. If you would like to benefit from this offer, then please ensure that you purchase your FIS licence before midnight on Friday 30th June 2017. 

** Masters, British Forces and Secondary licences do not offer discounted Earlybird prices.

Follow this link to the online portal and either register by clicking on the relevant discipline tab OR log-in using your username and password.

In order to be awarded a FIS Licence, you must:

1. Complete a medical form. BSS is required by the International Ski Federation (FIS) to ensure the fitness of athletes before granting them a FIS Licence. This form certifies that the athlete has had an appropriate evaluation of their medical health by a qualified medical practitioner and should be scanned and sent to [email protected] on completion. The medical form is available to download on the BSS website. Once the form has been submitted, if there is any change to your health, you must inform us. For more information on this, please read FAQs Certificate of Health on the BSS website. Your medical form is valid for 3 years.

2. Hold a valid GBR passport. Please send a copy of your valid GBR Passport to [email protected] on purchasing your FIS Licence.

3. Register with your Home Nation for the 2017/2018 season. Please note in some cases your 2016/2017 Home Nation registration will not run out until later on in 2017, however you must renew now to ensure we have confirmation that you will be registered for the whole of the 2017/2018 season.

Once we have received confirmation of ALL of the above, we can process your FIS Licence.

If you are purchasing an Alpine licence for the first time, then please read FIS Licence Information 2017-18 for more information.

If you are purchasing a Freestyle, Snowboard, Nordic, Speedski or Telemark licence for the first time, then your licence will be subject to approval by the relevant discipline committees.

Useful Links:

Alpine FIS Licence Information

Nordic FIS Licence Information 

Certificate of Health 

FAQs for Certificate of Health

FIS licence online portal

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