Plymouth Return to Play plan, players, coaches, parents, and facilities
5 September, 2020
In accordance with COVID-19 order no 43 issued by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts on July 6, 2020, with supporting documentation issued and amended on July 24, 2020 by the Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs, youth soccer has been classified as a Moderate Risk sport and is permitted to participate in Phase 3 training activities. In this phase, youth sports are allowed to train and begin inter-League play. In response, Massachusetts Youth Soccer Association has developed their Return to Play Guidelines. (https://www.mayouthsoccer.org/assets/61/6/return_to_soccer_activities_phase_3_step_1_-_august_151.pdf).
Plymouth Youth Soccer Association (PYSA) has prepared this document, with strict adherence to the requirements set forth in Mass Youth Soccer Return to Soccer Activities Guidelines – August 13-17, 2020, to codify the expectations for all participants and spectators at PYSA training and game events. This document will serve as the reference document for the training of all adults associated with youth soccer through PYSA, including coaches, administrators, referees, and parents/guardians. Meeting the requirements of this document is the minimum requirement for any PYSA soccer related activity, whether in-town or travel.
Massachusetts CURRENT STATUS: Phase IV, Step 1 (updated March 28, 2021)
PYSA is focused on providing our community with skill building, fun, and and most importantly safe soccer activities...
PYSA Covid coordinator - Phil Krueger email : email@example.com
As we approach the return to the soccer pitch, Plymouth Youth Soccer is committed to keeping our children safe and healthy by adhering to the appropriate state and local guidelines, with particular attention to the recommendations made by Massachusetts Youth Soccer. As you know, this situation is constantly changing. We will do our best to keep our families updated with the changes. Please read emails sent by PYSA and your coaches.
In accordance with COVID-19 order no.66 issued by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and effective March 22, 2021 by the Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs (EEA), soccer remains classified as a Moderate risk sport. Moderate risk is defined as a sport or activities that involve intermittent close proximity or limited incidental physical contact between participants. Sports in this category are permitted to participate in Level 1, 2, and 3 training activities.
Mass Youth Soccer requires all adults involved in soccer activities to read, understand and conduct themselves in accordance with the Massachusetts Youth Soccer Association COVID-19 Return to Soccer Activities Guidelines as provided by the following link:
Massachusetts Youth Soccer Return to Play Guidelines