COVID-19 Guidelines

TRAINING/PRACTICE GUIDELINES

A COMMUNICABLE DISEASE RELEASE OF LIABILITY AND ASSUMPTION RISK AGREEMENT must be signed for every participating player. A player may not participate without this document having been signed/agreed to by a parent or guarding of the player. These forms will be part of the player registration process.

A Player or Coach must have had no signs or symptoms of COVID-19 in the past 14 days and have no known exposure to someone that has been ill in 14 days A Player or Coach must have no above normal temperature readings (100.4* F); temperature checks should be conducted by players and their families prior to attending training

ADDITIONAL GUIDELINES FOR GAMES

Players/Coaches may enter the complex NO EARLIER than 45 minutes prior to their match time. Teams should not proceed to their bench area until the prior team has completely left. If a team arrives earlier than 45 minutes before their match, they need to remain in their car.

Spectators who are not from the same family must social distance while at the complex and at the field. There will be field marking on the sideline to assist with this. We recommend teams try to proactively limit their volume of spectators to an average of one spectator per player.

PARENTS RESPONSIBILTIES FOR TRAINING

Players/Coaches may enter the complex NO EARLIER than 45 minutes prior to their match time. Teams should not proceed to their bench area until the prior team has completely left. If a team arrives earlier than 45 minutes before their match, they need to remain in their car.

Pectators who are not from the same family must social distance while at the complex and at the field. There will be field marking on the sideline to assist with this. We recommend teams try to proactively limit their volume of spectators to an average of one spectator per player.

COACHES RESPONSIBILITIES FOR TRAINING

Ensure your child is healthy, and check your child’s temperature before activities with others. Consider not carpooling or limited carpooling.

Stay in your car or adhere to social distancing requirements based on state and local health requirements When at training, you are strongly encourage to wear a mask if outside your car. Ensure the child’s clothing is washed after every training

Ensure all equipment (cleats, ball, shin guards, etc) are sanitized before and after every training session. Notify your club immediately if your child becomes ill for any reason. Do not assist your coach with equipment before or after training.

Be sure your child has the necessary sanitizing products with them at every training session.

PLAYER RESPONSIBILTIES FOR TRAINING

Wash hands thoroughly before and after training.

Bring (and use) hand sanitizer with you (at every training session).

Do not touch or share anyone else’s equipment, water, food, or bags. Practice social distancing, place bags and equipment at least 6 feet apart. Wash and sanitize all equipment before and after every training

No group celebrations, high-5s, hugs, handshakes, fist-bumps, etc

IN THE EVENT OF A POSITIVE COVID-19 TEST

Sick individuals should not attend a game nor training/practice and should notify All-In FC administrators if they or someone in their household becomes sick with COVID-19 symptoms, test positive for COVID-19, or have been exposed to someone suspected or confirmed to have COVID1-19.

If a person who has been at training/practice or a game is found to have COVID-19, all areas that the person has been in contact with within the last 24 hrs are to be closed until they can be disinfected. For our purposes that would mostly be player benches and possibly goals.

Training/Practice Guidelines

ADDITIONAL GUIDELINES FOR GAMES

In addition to the previous guidelines for training/practices, the following must be observed for games:

PARENTS RESPONSIBILTIES FOR TRAINING

IN THE EVENT OF A POSITIVE COVID-19 TEST