• Follow all Return to Play protocols
  • Send athletes home if they are not feeling well
  • Carry hand sanitizer with equipment
  • Wear a face covering, when not actively coaching and abide by the physical/social distance requirements
    from players and parents.
  • Ensure activities provide adequate social distancing, as applicable
  • Respect players, parents and families by accommodating those that may not yet be comfortable returning
  • Ensure all athletes have their own individual equipment (ball, water, shin guards, pinnie, etc.)
  • Ensure player’s personal belongings (bags, coats, sweatshirts) remain in their personal space and are kept physically distanced from the belongings of others. Do not allow sharing of personal items.
  • Ensure athletes arrive dressed for practice and leave immediately after practice. No recreational play, or loitering is allowed.
  • Upon arrival, inquire how athletes are feeling, send them home if you believe they are acting or look ill.
  • No handshakes, fist or elbow bumps, or any other physical contact.
  • Practice and encourage proper hygiene, washing hands frequently with soap and water, for at least 20 seconds at a time. Use alcohol based hand sanitizer (at least 60% alcohol). Cover coughs and sneezes with tissues or sleeves, do not use your hands. Do not touch your face (eyes, nose, mouth with unwashed hands). Launder clothing after training session.
  • Follow all state and local health protocols.
  • Coach is to be the only one to handle cones, discs, goals etc.
  •  Ensure all athletes have their individual equipment. (Ball, water bottle, GK Gloves etc.) 
  • Ensure player’s personal belongings (bags, coats, sweatshirts) remain in their personal space and are kept physically distanced from the belongings of others. Do not allow sharing of personal items. 
  • Do not allow shared team snacks. No use of public water bubblers, fountains or bottle fillers if present on site. Participants and spectators should only drink from their own containers.