While we are very excited to plan for fall soccer, we all we must make sure that we are doing everything we can to ensure the safety of our players.
If you are ready to return to the field please make sure to read through all the information provided so you know what is expected of you. These protocols have been worked out based on the guidelines set by the CDC, the New Jersey Department of Health and New Jersey Youth Soccer. Let’s work together to make sure we all stay healthy by helping each other stay healthy.
Fall 2020 Intown Bloomfield Soccer
While we are planning to have a fall soccer season, we are not taking new registrations at this time. Once all spring players are finalized to adjusting teams, we will put you on the add list and will add players the last week of August. Please email email@example.com for more information.
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SAFETY SAFETY SAFETY
Responsibilities of Parents to keep children Safe and healthy during the season:
Ensure that your child is healthy and check your child’s temperature before activities with others.
No known exposure to a person with COVID-19 in 14 days.
Ensure that your child arrives to practice with own equipment (ball, water bottle, shin guards, and goalie gloves – these can no longer be shared by players)
Adhere to proper social distance requirements on the sidelines during practices and games.
Ensure washing (e.g. Hands) takes place after every training.
Ensure that clothes and equipment (clothes, cleats, ball, shin guards) are sanitized before and after every training.
Notify the club immediately if your child becomes ill for any reason.
Be sure that your child has necessary sanitizing products at every practice and game.
Every player’s parents must fill out this form and return a copy to the coachNJYS-COVID
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PARENTS MUST ANSWER COVID SAFETY QUESTIONNAIRE BEFORE EVERY ACTIVITY
To keep you and all of our players, participants, coaches and their families safe, we are following the guidelines and recommendations of the New Jersey Department of Health and requiring that every participant be assessed for COVID-19 symptoms and risk factors each day before engaging in any youth soccer-related activity (practices, competitions, events and/or before entering into any facilities, etc.). The questionnaire questions must be answered for each player for each youth soccer activity on the day of the subject activity before the player will be permitted to engage in the subject activity.Covid-19-questionairre
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