Like you, Alberta Soccer and CUSA are excited to return to soccer activity and the game we love. However, each of us must begin our return to play thoughtfully. While Alberta is opening back up and restrictions are easing, it does not mean that we can become complacent. The soccer community has the responsibility to protect ourselves and our participants from Covid-19 by promoting the practice of good hygiene, physical distancing and monitoring for symptoms throughout our programming and activities. Flexibility and accessibility have always been at the forefront of our plans, in order to give our membership the most choice and comfort as we restart playing.
|Permitted Activities||Prohibited Activities|
|Within the confines of Sport Cohort Guidelines|
|Training, Scrimmages, and/or Games||Participation in more than one sport cohort|
|Exhibition Games||Team travel outside of sport cohort area|
|Goalkeeper Training||Games/Scrimmages outside of cohort|
|No age restrictions player programs||Use of Covid-19 non trained Referees|
Self-screening must be completed by all players prior to every game - use this checklist. If any player is experiencing symptoms at the field, the team contact must send them home immediately. Your cohort must follow the procedures you outlined in the CSA self assessment tool. Contact tracking must be used for each session. You can use this list or the option available on the RAMP app.
Thoroughly wash your hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, or use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer that contains at least 60% alcohol. Bring your own sanitizer. Players should wash their hands again, as soon as possible after each field session.
Using a face mask covering the mouth and nose is strongly encouraged when not playing, including arriving, and departing the field.
Maintain the 6 foot distancing from anyone not in your designated cohort.