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AYSO 154 Cypress, CA

Region Updates

The Region 154 board is working on ways to safely reopen in the Fall.
We are working with
government agencies as well as our AYSO board of directors to put some protocols in place.
This is a work in progress and will updated as needed


  -  We will be very open with communication if we have a participant who tests positive for COVID while maintaining confidentiality         regarding health status.
We will only start play once given the Ok by the city and school districts.
Face masks for coaches, spectators and volunteers during games and practices. 
Schedule practices and games with social distancing in mind. Staggered start and end time. Entrance at one gate and exit at               another where possible. Fields will be more spread out. It may require shortening practice time. 
Support coaches with fitness and technique in isolation exercises, grid work and spatial awareness (appropriate content is being       developed and will be available).
Be sensitive and accommodating to parents who may be uncomfortable with returning to play at this time.
Create a communication plan for region to members.  Create a communication pathway for parents to communicate their                     concerns or questions with region leadership.  Open communication and understanding is key. 
Send reminders to families ensuring that only healthy participants attend and reiterating expectations and guidelines.
Provide gloves for field set up and take down. 
  -  Board Safety Director reports to city, county and AYSO board officials if a player or their family test positive for COVID.


  -  Coaches should maintain social distancing requirements from players and family members.
  -  Wearing a face mask for the duration of the practice and games is critical. 
  -  Utilize fitness and technique in isolation exercises, grid work, and spatial awareness to limit physical contact between players             (appropriate content is being developed and will be available).
  -  Ensure all players have and handle their own labeled equipment (ball, water bottle, training disks, etc.).
  -  Coach should be the only person to handle coaching equipment (e.g.: cones, disks, etc.); do not let parents or attendees assist.
  -  Hand sanitizer or handwashing on arrival / mid-way and end of training session.  Region will provide hand sanitizer to each team. 
  -  No shared equipment in use. 
  -  No physical greeting of players (verbal acknowledgement is expected).
  -  Stay positive and create a fun environment in this new normal.
  -  Report to board Safety Director if parent states player or family member tested positive for COVID.
*A team parent can be added to help assist coach in accordance with the same health and safety guidance designated for the coach. 


  -  Ensure your child is healthy. Check for COVID symptoms and test child’s temperature before departing for soccer practice (if               above 100.4, do not attend).
  -  Face masks are required at all practices and games.  Abide by social distancing guidelines. 
  -  Recommended that all equipment (ball, cleats, shin guards, etc.) are sanitized before and after every practice.
  -  Recommended that child has hand sanitizing products with them at every session.
  -  Notify your coach or a board member immediately if your child or family member test positive for COVID. 
  -  Do not assist coach with equipment before or after training.
  -  Check Region and Coach communication regularly.
  -  Abide by social distancing and new spectator layout. 
  -  Report to coach is player or family member tests positive for COVID.


  -  Inform parent or coach if they feel unwell.
  -  Wash hands before and after training.
  -  Bring and use your own labeled hand sanitizer at every session.
  -  Do not touch or share anyone else’s equipment.
  -  Practice social distancing, place bags and equipment at least 6 feet apart.
  -  No sharing drinks or use of water fountains at facility (players should mark their own water bottles).
  -  No physical greetings with their teammates (verbal acknowledgement is expected). We are physical distancing not social).

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AYSO 154 Cypress, CA

PO Box 999 
Cypress, California 90630

Email Us: [email protected]
Phone : 714-722-1048
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