COVID-19 Protocols and Procedures
 
Capstone Soccer’s top priority is the health and safety of our players, their families, our staff and the community. Capstone Soccer will adhere to the following COVID-19 guidelines:

 

 

ARRIVAL TO ALL CAPSTONE SOCCER SESSIONS

  • All attendees (including players, coaches and staff) should conduct a self-evaluation for COVID-19 symptoms and check their temperature before arriving on-site. 

  • By attending a session, a guardian is certifying that their player's temperature has been taken (just prior to the session) and that they do not have a fever of 100.4 or higher.  You are also certifying that your player does not have a cough, shortness of breath, chills, sore throat or muscle aches.

  • Players should not arrive to the session more than 15 minutes prior to the designated start time to limit the number participants within the area for extended periods of time.

 

OUTDOOR SESSIONS:

  • Prior to attending any Capstone Soccer session, a player's temperatures must be taken.  By attending a session a guardian is certifying that their players temperature has been taken (just prior) and that they do not have a fever of 100.4 or higher.  You are also certifying that your player does not have a cough, shortness of breath, chills, sore throat or muscle aches.

  • When applicable, players will be placed in groups of 15 or less. Groups will be determined by age and skill level.

  • Staff will sanitize equipment prior to each Capstone Soccer session. 

  • Social distancing guidelines will be followed during all activity breaks.  Players will be encouraged to use hand sanitizer before and after each break.

  • Players will be asked to wear masks upon entrance and exit of each session.

  • Capstone Soccer highly encourages parents to drop off their player and return once the session concludes.  Waiting in your car is also acceptable.  

 

INDOOR SESSIONS:

  • Prior to attending any Capstone Soccer session, a player's temperatures must be taken.  By attending a session a guardian is certifying that their players temperature has been taken (just prior) and that they do not have a fever of 100.4 or higher.  You are also certifying that your player does not have a cough, shortness of breath, chills, sore throat or muscle aches.

  • Only coaches, staff and players will be allowed within the facilities.  Spectators may watch via ipads/phones thru a secure live stream.  Note - Spectators may be allowed in the facility during private group trainings if all members of the group agree).

  • Players will be placed in groups of 12 or less. Groups will be determined by age and skill level.

  • Players will be asked to wear masks upon entrance and exit of each session.

  • Coaches and staff will wear masks for the duration of the session. 

  • During sessions masks for players are highly encouraged but optional.

  • Staff will sanitize equipment prior to each session. 

  • Social distancing guidelines will be followed during all breaks. Players will be encouraged to use hand sanitizer before and after each break.

LEAVING THE SESSION:

  • Follow appropriate directional guidance 

  • No congregating in large groups when exiting the session 

  • All players/spectators must leave the venue once their session is finished for the day

 

 

 

Additionally, we ask that its players (families), coaches and staff follow Return to Play Guidelines - as set forth by US Soccer (see below):


 

PLAYERS/COACHES/STAFF

  • Daily temperature checks are mandatory for all coaches and staff.  Anyone with a temperature exceeding 100.4 degrees will not be permitted to attend the day's session.

  • No shared equipment or water bottles 

  • Players must exit the field immediately after the session ends 

  • Spitting is prohibited on and off the field 

  • Coaches and staff are encouraged to bring their own hand sanitizer for quick sanitation during, between, and after activities 

  • Players, coaches and staff are encouraged to apply hand sanitizer when coming on and off the field, as well as after each session 

  • Player equipment should be labeled to avoid confusion and contamination