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Return to Play

As Phase IV of the ASA Return-to-Play guidelines has been announced we must continue to be diligent and responsible in our actions and focus on keeping everyone safe. As we Return-to-Competition a three-step set of guidelines has been developed to ensure we remain not only safe but compliant with the current Executive Order as well as facility requirements.

Attendance (Includes players, coaches/team officials, referees, and staff)

Step 1

  • NO SPECTATORS
  • Total number of attendees (players, coaches/team officials, referees, and staff) will not exceed state, county, municipalor facility requirements.
  • NOTE: As of 8/13/20, the Governor's Executive Order does not allow for more than 50 people per event. An event would be considered a full size soccer field.

Step 2

  • Spectators allowed - All spectators must wear a mask at all times and maintain social distance. 
  • Total number of attendees (players, coaches,/team officials, referees, and staff) will not exceed state, county, municipal, or facility requirements. 
  • NOTE: As of 8/13/20, the Governor's Executive Order does not allow for more than 50 people per event. An event would be considered a full size soccer field. 

Step 3

  • No restrictions

Coaches/Team Officials

Step 1 & Step 2

  • Required to wear mask at all times. 
  • Responsible for ensuring adherence to all requirements

Step 3

  • No restrictions

Players

Step 1 & Step 2

  • Required to wear mask to/from the field when not playing.

Step 3

  • No restrictions

Team and Parent/Spectator Seating

Step 1

  • Teams will sit on opposite sides of the field from each other, behind the Assistant Referee.
  • Or as defined by league or tournament requirements. 

Step 2

  • Teams will sit on opposite sides of the field from each other, behind the Assistant Referee. 
  • Spectators will sit on the same side of the field as their team but the opposite half of the field away from the Assistant Referee. 

Step 3

  • No restrictions

Referees

Step 1

  • If not feeling well - STAY HOME
  • Maintain 6 feet from other officials when game is not being played
  • Required to wear mask to/from field
  • If a player is injured, do not get within 6 feet.l call coach/team official on to address players injury
  • No pre/post game handshakes

Step 2

  • If not feeling well - STAY HOME
  • Maintain 6 feet from other officials when game is not being played
  • Required to wear mask to/from field
  • If a player is injured, do not get within 6 feet.l call coach/team official on to address players injury
  • No pre/post game handshakes

Step 3

  • No restrictions

Game Schedules

Step 1 & Step 2

  • Games will be scheduled with great time between end and start time to minimize unnecessary contact

Step 3

  • No restrictions

Game Day Operations

Step 1 & Step 2

  • ASA staff, when present, to wear masks at all times.
  • Gloves to be worn by staff when picking up trash or santizing equipment
  • No pre-game coin toss; Home team chooses direction
  • No benches
  • No pre/post game handshakes
  • Pop-up tents may be used. Recommend teams have multiple pop-up tents in order to maximize social
  • distancing
  • Sanitization plans to include:
  • Game balls
  • Game day signage
  • Goalposts, corner flags

Step 3

  • No restrictions

Out-of-State Travel

Step 1 & Step 2

  • Out-of-state travel is not recommended. 

Step 3

  • No restrictions

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