ESF ESID FAQ
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ESF ESID Background
From the 28th November 2018, ESF changed their database for managing and running events.
The reason for this is that it was planned at the end of December 2018 that World Squash would move to another system. As ESF was part of the WSF software, ESF needed to establish their own database.
ESF ESID Information
The numbering of players has changed into a number starting with ES. The information was taken out of the ESF ranking and ESF tournament files.
Finding an existing players ESF ESID
How to obtain a ESF ESID
Any players who have not yet got a European number needs to sign up for an account with ESF.
To register for an new ESID account, please click on this link:
Nations will automatically be notified of all new player registrations from their country and have the opportunity to veto any at any time in case of issue.
ESF ESID Fees
From the 1 January 2019, there will be a €10 once in a lifetime fee for new European registrations. Only new players and players outside of Europe who haven't yet played a ESF tournament need to register.
All players who had been playing and have already an account with the WSF SPIN do not need to sign up or pay.
ESF ESID and coaches
ESID registers the individual, not the role.
ESF ESID passwords and Logins
Lost passwords and lost logins are self managed online. Email addresses, name spellings and address changes are also managed online by account holders.
Email addresses, name spellings and address changes can be changed by Member Nations. Member Nations can also generate account emails for ESID accounts which haven't yet been activated. Member Nations can also help individuals with password resets.
DOB and eligibility changes
Please send passports to the ESF office for any DOB changes. Please also send eligibility changes and country (flag) changes to the ESF office.
If you still require further support and assistance, then please refer to your Member Nation.