We have enjoyed being back on the field and seeing the joy that soccer brings to our players; however, none of this would have been possible without everyone working together to create a safe and healthy playing environment for all involved with North Alabama SC soccer. Thank you to everyone in our soccer community for supporting and following our Return-to-Play (RTP) guidelines.
On June 30, 2020, Governor Ivey issued an amended Safer-at-Home Order and extended it through July 31, 2020 at 5:00 p.m. The amended order did not affect permitted team and athletic activities. As planned, North Alabama SC will continue to operate in Phase 2 of our RTP guidelines through July 31, 2020. Phase 2 covers all summer camps, preseason team camps, and preseason team practices and related soccer activities scheduled to start on July 6, 2020. All summer camps and preseason soccer activities are voluntary.
The RTP Phase 3 update that will define protocols for spectators at games, tournaments, etc. will now be communicated by July 20, 2020. Phase 3 is scheduled to begin August 1, 2020.
Parents – We understand everyone’s situation is different and unique regarding when they may be comfortable or able to return-to-play. If you are not comfortable with your child returning to play now, DON’T. Return when you and your child are ready. You decide when to return-to-play. Please be assured that we are here to make sure your child can return to soccer on their own timeline and that they will have a place to play when they do.
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Continue to follow the RTP guidelines for self-screening, pre-session, session, and post-session activities including coach, parent, and player responsibilities. We must continue to work together with everyone following the rules to ensure we can provide a safe and healthy playing environment for all involved with North Alabama SC soccer.
Our RTP guidelines will be adjusted, modified based on updates from the State of Alabama, CDC, ADPH, USYS, ASA, and local agencies and as needed to ensure the health and safety of our North Alabama SC soccer community.