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Covid Regulation

Below is a summary of the safety measures that we will be taking this summer. Please be sure to read this document thoroughly. It is the coach's responsibility to communicate this to the members of their team / club.

Vulnerable Populations

There are certain segments of the population who are at an increased risk of severe illness from COVID-19 including individuals who are 65 years of age or older, those with heart, lung, kidney, or liver disease, those with diabetes, and those with immunodeficiencies. These individuals should not attend events this summer.

If You are Sick

If you become ill on the day of the event, please stay at home. If you have had close contact with an individual who has tested positive for COVID-19 in the past 14 days, please stay at home. Please view these CDC guidelines on what quarantine and isolation, what they mean, and when you should use them. 

If the event becomes aware of a COVID-19 infection within our events community, we will send out a communication to coaches whose teams have played against the infected individual's teams and therefore may have been exposed to COVID-19. Within this communication, privacy will be protected, and no identifying information will be used. Once informed, it is the coach's? responsibility to communicate this to the members of their team / club and should instruct them to self-monitor for symptoms. 

Symptom Screening

Coaches, athletes and officials must self-screen for symptoms before and during games. Athletes should screen in the morning prior to participating in any games. If any athletes show symptoms of COVID-19, they should be sent home and instructed to contact their primary care provider. Parents, officials, coaches, and staff will be responsible for screening themselves for COVID-19 related symptoms prior to attending or participating in any National 5v5 events.

Water Availability

Water will not be made available at each field. Athletes, spectators, and coaches will be responsible for bringing their own water bottles and should not share with others.

Social Distancing Measures

One parent per player may attend our events. All players, coaches, staff, and spectators should practice social distancing of six feet when feasible including, but not limited to:

  • On the sidelines In common areas
  • When entering and leaving the facility.
  • All athletes, coaches, and spectators should maintain a distance of four feet from the sideline when not actively participating in a game. 
  • No tents / team tents / tailgating will be permitted except for personal shade tents or umbrellas.
  • Players and coaches must refrain from handshakes, high fives, fist/elbow bumps, chest bumps, or any group celebrations.

In the event of a lightning delay, athletes, spectators, and coaches will be asked to seek shelter in their cars and not in any buildings at the venue. This is to avoid overcrowding in the venue and allow for the maintenance of safe distancing.

Cloth Face Coverings

All attendees including staff, players, coaches, spectators, and officials must have a cloth face covering with them. �?�¢??�?�¢??�?�¢??�?�¢??All attendees will be responsible for bringing their own cloth face covering. Players and officials are not required to wear cloth face coverings when actively participating in a game.

Everyday Preventative Actions

  • All attendees should practice every day preventative actions Ã??Ã?¢?? including, but not limited to:
  • Washing hands frequently with soap and water for at least 20 seconds
  • Use alcohol-based hand sanitizer (with at least 60% alcohol) if soap and water are not available
  • Abstain from touching their face (mouth, eyes, or nose)
  • Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue and throw tissue in the trash or use the inside of your elbow
  • Avoid touching frequently touched surfaces (railings, doorknobs, countertops etc)

Physical activity, cognition, and brain outcomes: A review of the 2018 physical activity guidelines. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise, 51(6); 1242-1251.

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention: Coronavirus Disease 2019: People who are at a higher risk for severe illness. (2020, March). Retrieved from
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention: Coronavirus Disease 2019: Get your mass gatherings and large community events ready. (2020, March 14) Retrieved from
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention: Coronavirus Disease 2019: How to protect yourself and others. (2020, March). Retrieved from

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