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Tracyton Soccer Club Return to Play Protocol

TRACYTON SOCCER CLUB Return to Play Protocol

At Tracyton Soccer Club, the health and safety of our players, coaches, and their families is our top priority. Along with Washington Youth Soccer (WYS), we have been working to develop a Return-to-Play protocol for our Tracyton teams. In Washington State, people living in counties which are in Phase II & III are allowed to be involved in Youth Sporting Activities. In Phase II, practices with groupings of players of 5 or less, retaining as much social distancing as possible is allowed. In Phase III, full team practices may resume as well as teams may begin playing games.

To adhere to these guidelines, Tracyton has implemented the following return to play safety protocol for our club. Please review the following pages to allow you and your family to best prepare for return to play safely.

Phase II

  •   Groupings of up to 5 players are assigned pre-practice to a designated practice area that is sectioned off by cones. Each practice area is separated by 20-30'. *Players will know what zone they are to practice in prior to arrival.

  •   No gathering before and after practice.

  •   As players arrive and depart, they are to maintain at least 6 feet from each other

    and move directly to their designated practice areas or return to their cars.

  • Entry and exit between practices will be staggered.

  •   Parents/guardians should stay in their cars or stay 50' away.

  •   Sanitizer should be present for before and after practice.

  •   Each player needs their own ball and water bottle. Sharing is prohibited.

  •   Breaks during practice will be organized so that 4 of the players go to a zone

    corner, and the 5th at the midpoint of the zone.

  •  Players are to set their gear and water at their designated practice spot.

  •  Coaches are to stay outside of the player zones.

  •   Coaches can work 2-4 zones so they can work with the entire team.

  •  Drills / workouts / trainings are to be designed to ensure no contact with players maintaining at least 5-feet between each other.

  • When players arrive home, remove clothing for immediate washing, wash hands, and shower.

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  Phase III

  •   While social distancing is still required, game-like practice conditions may resume.

  • Fields cannot exceed the 50 person maximum.

  •   No gathering before and after practice/games.

  •   As players arrive and depart, they are to maintain at least 6 feet from each other

    and move directly to their designated practice areas or return to their cars.

  •  Entry and exit between practices will be staggered.

  •   Fields can accommodate up to 50 people, so parents may not be able to view

    practices / games from the sidelines.

  •   Sanitizer should be present for before and after practice/games.

  •  Breaks should include social distancing of 6-feet.

  •  When players arrive home, remove clothing for immediate washing, wash hands,

    and shower.

  •   Games against other teams may resume.

  •  Sidelines will be set up so that players maintain 6-feet between each other when

    they are not on the field.

    Roles and Responsibilities

Athlete / Family

Coach

  • Adhere to all return to play protocols.

  • If you are not comfortable returning to

    play, don’t.

  • Respect and practice social distancing.

  • Check player temperature before training.

  • If player has a temperature, do not come

    to training.

  • Notify club if player or a household

    member has tested positive for COVID19.

  • Wash hands before and after training.

  • Wash and sanitize training equipment after

    team events (cleats, shin guards, ball,

    gloves and clothes).

  • Bring a ball and water to all events.

  • Do not share water, food or equipment.

  • Place equipment & bags at least 6 ft apart.

  • No contact related celebrations, no high-

    five, etc.

  • Hand sanitizer should be part of player

    equipment.

  • Parent / guardian should stay in their car. If

    they cannot, please respect social

    distancing.

  • Complete event attendance(e.g., TeamSnap)

  • Adhere to all return to play protocols.

  • If you have a temperature, do not come to

    training, notify club.

  • Notify club if you or a household member

    has tested positive for COVID19.

  • Wash hands before and after training.

  • Wash and sanitize training equipment after

    each session.

  • Do not share water, food or equipment.

  • Respect and practice social distancing.

  • Place equipment & bags at least 6 ft apart.

  • No contact related celebrations, no high-

    five, etc.

  • Hand sanitizer, should be part of your

    equipment.

  • Check team attendance(e.g., TeamSnap)

Gordon Field Map

Represents designated field entrance / exit. Players will know which field they are assigned prior to training session.

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As we move towards returning to play, it is critical that everyone observe and abide by the same procedures when we begin field training.

Tracyton Soccer Club supports a family’s choice not to participate if a player does not feel comfortable attending club events.

Questions? Reach out to your coach or our Director of Select at [email protected]



Field Directory

Locations

Brownsville Elementary School

8795 Illahee Rd NE Bremerton Washington United States 98311

(Last updated 07/02/20 at 10:48 PM )

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Cottonwood Elementary School

306 Foster RD NE Bremerton Washington United States 98311

(Last updated 07/02/20 at 10:48 PM )

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Esquire Hills Elementary School

2650 NE John Carlson Rd Bremerton Washington United States 98311

(Last updated 07/02/20 at 10:48 PM )

View Directions

Fairview Middle School

8107 Central Valley RD NW Bremerton Washington United States 98311

(Last updated 07/02/20 at 10:48 PM )

View Directions

Gordon Field

1450 Fairgrounds Rd NW Bremerton Washington United States 98311

(Last updated 11/25/19 at 06:17 PM )

View Directions

Gordon 1 (Turf)

(Last updated 11/25/19 at 06:17 PM )

Gordon 2 (Grass)

(Last updated 11/25/19 at 06:18 PM )

Lobe Fields

1013 Fairgrounds Rd NW Bremerton Washington United States 98311

(Last updated 07/02/20 at 10:48 PM )

View Directions

Field #1 (Baseball Field)

(Last updated 11/25/19 at 06:20 PM )

Field #2 (U9 and U10 Turf)

(Last updated 11/25/19 at 06:20 PM )

Field #3 (U11 and U12) Turf

(Last updated 11/25/19 at 06:20 PM )

Field #4 (U5 - U8) Grass

(Last updated 11/25/19 at 06:21 PM )

Pinecrest Elementary School

5530 Pine Rd NE Bremerton Washington United States 98311

(Last updated 07/02/20 at 10:48 PM )

View Directions

Woodlands Elementary

7420 Central Valley Rd NW Bremerton Washington United States 98311

(Last updated 07/02/20 at 10:48 PM )

View Directions

2020 -2021 Tracyton SC Force Select Open Training and Tryouts

 

TRACYTON SOCCER CLUB Return to Play Protocol

Updated 10.6.2020

At Tracyton Soccer Club, the health and safety of our players, coaches, and their families is always our top priority. Along with Washington Youth Soccer (WYS), we have updated our Return-to-Play protocol for our Tracyton teams. As of October 6, 2020, the office of Governor Jay Inslee announced a new set of protocols for Washington State regarding outdoor recreation, including youth soccer. These new guidelines allow for full team training sessions and league games to be played in counties according to the COVID-19 metrics listed in the Governor’s release if stringent health and safety protocols are followed.

To adhere to these updated guidelines, Tracyton has implemented the following return to play safety protocol for our club. Please review the following pages to allow you and your family to best prepare for return to play safely.

Guidelines

  -Stay home when sick or if close contact of someone with COVID-19.

  -All coaches and players should be screened for signs/symptoms of COVID-19 prior to workout.

 -Masks are required for athletes directly before and directly after sporting activities and strongly encouraged whenever not engaged in strenuous activity.

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 Any spectators must wear facial coverings per the Department of Health facial covering order.

 -Coaches, referees/umpires, trainers, managers, spotters, and any other paid or volunteer staff must wear face coverings at all times, with an exception for referees that need to run in the field of play.

 -Physical distance of 6 feet must be maintained between staff, volunteers, and any spectators at all times with exceptions for training and medical personnel and volunteers performing their medical duties.

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Six feet of distance should be maintained among athletes when not engaged in sporting activities. 

-Huddles and team meetings must be physically distanced.


Roles and Responsibilities

Athletes, coaches, umpires/referees, spectators and any other paid or volunteer staff should be required to stay home if they feel unwell, show any signs of COVID-19, or are a close contact of a confirmed case.

People with these symptoms may have COVID-19:

  • Fever or chills
  • Cough
  • Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing
  • Fatigue
  • Muscle or body aches
  • Headache
  • New loss of taste or smell
  • Sore throat
  • Congestion or runny nose
  • Nausea or vomiting
  • Diarrhea


Athlete / Family

Coach / Volunteer

  • Adhere to all return to play protocols.

  • If you are not comfortable returning to

    play, don’t.

  • Respect and practice social distancing.

  • Check player temperature before training.

  • Notify club if player or a household

    member has tested positive for COVID19.

  • Wash hands before and after training.

  • Wash and sanitize training equipment after

    team events (cleats, shin guards, ball,

    gloves and clothes).

  • Bring a ball and water to all events.

  • Do not share water, food or equipment.

  • One adult parent / guardian / caregiver for

    each minor-aged participant.

  • Spectators must maintain physical distance

    of at least six-feet between each person.

  • Complete event attendance(e.g., TeamSnap)

  • Adhere to all return to play protocols.

  • Notify club if you or a household member

    has tested positive for COVID19.

  • Wash hands before and after training.

  • Must wear mask at all times.

  • Wash and sanitize training equipment after

    each session.

  • Do not share water, food or equipment.

  • Respect and practice social distancing.

  • Hand sanitizer, should be part of your

    equipment.

  • Track coach and player attendance at

    trainings and games(e.g., TeamSnap).








Tracyton Soccer Club supports a family’s choice not to participate if a player does not feel comfortable attending club events.

Questions? Reach out to your coach or our Director of Select at [email protected]


 

Select Registration!

 Tracyton Select Registration

Tracyton SC is part of US Youth Soccer. Per US Youth rules, your player cannot be rostered to a team until your registration is complete. Registration is not complete until all player information has been received by TSC and all registration fees have been paid. Only rostered players are allowed at Tracyton Select practices, games, scrimmages, or any other TSC events. If you choose to pay by check when registering, check payments must be made immediately following registration and can be mailed to:

TSC, PO Box 302, Tracyton, WA 98393

Additional possible select costs (Additional select costs vary by team, not all additional costs will apply to every select team): second player card, tournaments, second season, coaching fees, uniforms, and State Cup or Washington Cup

Additional Player Discount and Family Maximum

Additional Player Discount:*
$30 off per additional sibling registered***

Family Maximum:*
Recreational Players only: $495
Select Players Only: $750
Recreational and Select Players: $750


Tracyton Select Players -- Fees/Payments

This is your club, which is in place to provide the game of soccer to those in the community who are interested. Once registered you become a member of Tracyton Soccer Club. Many of your bills are due prior to the start of the season (fields, t-shirts, jerseys, player equipment, field equipment, referees, scheduling fees, etc.).

Financial Aid applications have their own requirements (the scholarship fund is only available to those who have registered, submitted proof of eligibility, and paid their portion).

Questions? Need more information? Please contact the TSC Treasurer, Casey Winters. Thank you.


*Select registration fee covers: year-around outdoor practice fields, one season (league fee, game fields, and referees) WSYSA player card or US Club passcard, training t-shirt (possibly two), insurance, merchant fees, scheduling fees, and club fees**

**Club fees: events, buildings, administration, operational, coaches' development, referee training, player and field equipment

***First registered player is full amount and each additional player receives a $30.00 additional player discount until the family max


Contact

Tracyton Soccer Club
PO BOX 302 
Tracyton, Washington 98393

Email: [email protected]

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