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COVID 19 Guidelines

Pride Soccer Club - Winter/Spring 2022 Safety Protocols

•       Players and coaches should not attend soccer activities if feeling unwell or displaying any of the common COVID-19 symptoms.

•       If a player or coach has been exposed to someone who has tested positive for COVID-19 or is suspected of having contracted the virus, that player should adhere to the latest CDC guidelines listed below.  In addition, Pride should be notified ASAP of the situation.

•       Pride will take all necessary steps to ensure safety and transparency while remaining HIPAA complaint.  For up to date directives from the CDC and for other potential COVID-19 scenarios, please click Here

*For guidelines regarding training and games at the Pride Complex, please click here

Indoor training and play:
Each indoor facility may operate under a different set of guidelines and restrictions.  Prior to any training session or soccer activity at an indoor facility, players, coaches and parents should be aware of the rules that are in place at that specific location.  It is each person’s responsibility to adhere to those possibilities.

Additional information for the Recreational program::
Snacks will not be allowed at games or practices, unfortunately. Even if they are individually wrapped. Feel free to bring your own child(ren) a snack.
We also cannot have parent tunnels, but recommend both teams stay on their half of the field and applaud the other team and parents.

We understand that we are in an outside space, and that children 10 and under are not required to wear a mask. Please know that these are guidelines based on a variance from the state soccer association that allows us to play this season. We want to continue playing, and hope that you will join us in the effort to keep this season as safe as possible for all players, coaches, and families involved. We thank you for your understanding, and know that we are all navigating this strange time together. We are excited to resume normalcy, but for now, this is as close as we can get. As an organization, we're thrilled to simply allow these children the opportunity to play again, and we're welcoming this in every way possible.

We greatly appreciate your understanding and patience through this. As we enter this first week of games, we felt it necessary to send this as a reminder to clarify any of the confusion.