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CHARLOTTE JR SOCCER RETURN TO PLAY GUIDE
 

SPRING '21 SEASON

Registration Jan 1 to Feb 1. Play begins early March. 

Fall 2020: Thank you for a great season!!!!

Please remember to socially distance on the sidelines and/or wear a mask. We've received a community complaint and request from P&R to PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE practice social distancing/mask wearing on the sidelines this last week of play. Our ability to play this spring may be impacted by our behavior this fall.  Help us help our children keep playing by staying 6' apart and wearing masks responsibly. THANK YOU!

Covid Reminder to All Coaches, Spectators and Players: Please review the Return to Games Guide below.  NC remains in Phase 3 through at least Dec 4 and our rules/reommendations have not changed.

Everyone must continue to follow the NC DHHS guidelines so we can finish the season. Thank you!

Key Points: 3 W's - Wash, Wait, Wear 

• If a player/coach/parent/referee is experiencing any symptom of Covid-19 or any other illness they must not come to the field.

Social distance at least six (6’) feet apart from each other and all field lines at all times.

*Do not congregate before, during or after a game. Do not carpool.

ONE parent per player. Siblings of players are permitted. Parent is on opposite side of field from team for U8 and older-not along same sideline as team.

*Face masks highly recommended for all non-active participants and spectators.

*Coaches must maintain social distancing from players and referees; keep all talking to less than 5 minutes. No sustained contact or face to face interaction.

*Use hand sanitizer or wash hands frequently.

FIELD CLOSURE NOTIFICATION:

For Practices- this website is updated by 4 PM Monday-Friday.

For GAMES- website updated by 7:30 AM Sat, 11 AM Sun. 

Please note that fields might need a day or two to dry out after a heavy rain. Check this web site before heading to the fields.

RETURN TO GAMES GUIDE

PLAYERS

• All players must arrive no more than 15 minutes prior to the kickoff time.

• If a player is experiencing any symptom of Covid-19 or any other illness they must not come to the field.

• Every player must wear a face covering to and from the field.

• Every player should have hand sanitizer in their soccer bag. The coach will have some available for players at the field.

• During the game, players on the sideline must adhere to social distancing rules and sit at least six (6’) feet apart from each other and the sideline.

• No handshakes nor fist pumps when greeting teammates and coaches.

• No close celebrations-no high fives, etc- after goals are scored.

• During half-time and pre-post-game speeches all players must maintain social distancing.

• Players should wear face coverings when on the sideline during the games if they cannot remain 6 feet apart.

• Players need to bring their own water (please bring enough for the entire game).

• Do not share any equipment nor touch any field equipment (cones, goals, flags, etc.).

• After the game players should not congregate in groups and should go directly to their cars. You can clap and cheer!

• Players should not take off any equipment until they have left the facility.

 

SPECTATORS

• Spectators experiencing any symptom of Covid-19 must not come to the field.

• Spectators must stay in their vehicles until 5 minutes before kickoff.

• Spectators must wear a face covering at all times if they cannot stay 6’ apart from others. Masks are highly recommended.

Spectators are limited to ONE per player. Parents with additional siblings of players are permitted to bring them to games under the same guidelines as adults. (face masks highly recommended, social distancing at all times when spectating)

• Spectators must stay within your family group, stay 6 feet away from other families and 6’ away from all the field lines (behind the red hash lines if field is marked). 

*Spectators watch/stand/sit on opposite sideline from the teams.

• Spectators that are congregating will be asked to leave the fields immediately.

• After the game spectators should go directly to their cars to wait for players or promptly escort their players off the field.

 

COACHES

• If a coach is showing any symptoms of Covid-19 they must not come to the field.

• Coaches should wear face coverings at all times if they cannot remain 6’ apart from all players, referees, and spectators.

• Coaches will practice social distancing with other staff and players.

* Coaches need to stay 6’ away from all the field lines (behind the red hash lines if field is marked) to allow social distancing between themselves and the referees and players on the field. 

• Coaches will be responsible for all shared equipment and must sanitize daily.

• During half-time and pre and post-game speeches or huddles, coaches must maintain social distancing and keep it brief (less than 5 minutes).

• Coaches will carry hand sanitizer at all times.

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 Click the link below for the updated NC DHHS "Interim Guidance for .... Youth Sports" as of Sept 17, 2020: https://www.ncsoccer.org/assets/112/6/9.17.20_ncdhhs-interim-guidance-for-youth-amateur-sports.pdf

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General Policy Highlights

1. Club OR Recreation-you cannot play both. Ch Jr is 100% recreation level soccer.

2. 24 hour "cool down" period. Chill first-chat/email later.

3. Be civil and polite. But of course! Thank you

Questions? Email charlottejrsoccer@gmail.com

 

 

 

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