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COVID Protocols

Updated 4/4/22



Here are the remaining COVID protocols that will be in effect for the Spring 2022 season:

  • Coaches are encouraged to create as much space as possible between players when doing drills at practices

  • We will not have benches on the sidelines; all players and referees will need to bring their own chairs for games.

  • For U4, U5, and U6, we ask that the parents and players sit together – one team on each side of the field. This will help with the little ones since we will not have benches.

  • Coaches are still discouraged from doing any type of team huddles.

  • We will not do handshakes at the end of the games. Instead, coaches are encouraged to have their teams collectively shout a “good game” to each other at the end of games.

  • We will separate and spread out our port-o-potties so that they are not all in one place.

 

 Promoting healthy hygiene practices:

  • We encourage every player, coach, referee, and spectator to carry their own personal hand sanitizer with them at all times, and to use it frequently.

  • We will have plenty of hand sanitizer at the concession stand and at each soccer field in the first aid box. Each port-o-potty will also have hand sanitizer. 

  • We ask that everybody refrain from spitting on the ground, especially on the field of play.

 

Limiting the sharing of equipment:

  • There should be no sharing of water bottles, and no communal coolers used for any purpose.

  • Coaches should limit ball or equipment sharing at practices as much as possible.

  • Coaches should sanitize any shared soccer balls or equipment after every game or practice.

  • We will provide two clean pinnies for goalkeepers to each team at every game. If coaches plan to have more than two goalkeepers per game, they should plan to bring additional clean pinnies so that no pinnies are shared.


We look forward to seeing you on the fields soon!
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