PSP Announces roster limits on their website.
o There may be no more than 18 people on a Pro RaceTo-7 roster.
There is a limit to the number of people in a team which is 18 in total this can be a combination of players coaches.
o There may be no more than 10 players on a Pro RaceTo-7 roster.
The maximum number of players on the roster has gone up from 8 last year to 10 for this year. Most teams would be looking to fill their roster with the max of 10 players.
o There may be no more than 13 staff members on a Pro RaceTo-7 roster.
There is also a maximum number of coaches is 13. Frankly I think only the Russians would even come close to this limit on the the number of coaches.
o There may be no more than 17 people on a Semi-Pro RaceTo-7 roster.
The total number of member on the team is 17 one less than pro.
o There may be no more than 12 players on a Semi-Pro RaceTo-7 roster.
There number of players on the roster is 12 - 2 more than pro.
o There may be no more than 12 staff members on a Semi-Pro RaceTo-7 roster.
Staff and coaches are limited t 12 which is not a significant number and limit to me.
In 2009, PSP allowed teams to designate a spectator who could be closer to the field on the spectator side of the field than general spectators. Finding a person to be the team’s designated spectator – and getting them to the event - ended up causing a logistical and sometimes financial burden on teams. In an effort to alleviate such potential hardships, the “Designated Spectator” roster spot will no longer be a part of the RaceTo-2/4/5/7 formats.
What's interesting is that they got rid of the "designated spectator" category. I guess with the larger limit of coaches- this takes the place of the 'designated spectator's job.