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UYSA COVID-19 Tracking Protocols


UYSA COVID-19 Protocol:

If a player or coach in your club tests positive for coronavirus, the following measures must be taken:

  • Immediately remove player/coach from all team activities
  • Inform the team that someone has tested positive (do not disclose names) and encourage everyone to monitor symptoms
  • Submit a COVID-19 tracking sheet to UYSA (here)
  • Player/coach goes into 14-day quarantine
  • Player/coach must have two negative tests after the 14-days before he/she can return to team activities


The rest of the team has two options available:

  1. All team activities suspended for 14-days
  2. All team activities suspended until every player has been tested and those with negative results can resume training


If a player has a parent or sibling in the same household test positive for coronavirus, that player must enter the 14-day quarantine process and receive a negative test result before returning after the quarantine period. The same policy applies for a coach that has a spouse or children in the same household. The entire team will not need to be shut down when a players parent/siblings receive a positive test, just that specific player. UYSA does not need a COVID-19 tracking form for parent/sibling cases.


Summer Friendly Series responsibilities:


  • Coaches must always wear PPEs when addressing the team or players within a 6ft


  • Limit equipment brought to games, disinfecting all equipment before / after use
  • Do not allow players to share pennies, other equipment, or water bottles
  • Report confirmed cases of COVID-19 to member organization immediately and cease

trainings and games

  • Require parents to confirm their child is symptom free before attending training by

answering three questions:

1. Do you have a temperature at ≥ 38°C (100.4°F)

2. Are you currently experiencing any symptoms including fever, cough, shortness of breath, lost sense of smell or taste, nausea/vomiting/diarrhea?

3. Do you have anyone in your household that has tested positive for COVID-19, or exhibited a fever, cough, or shortness of breath?


*If your team doesn’t have a team manager or a team manager isn’t present at a summer friendly series match, either the head coach or an assistant coach must assume the team manager responsibilities.


Team Managers:

  • Monitor social distancing on sidelines by spectators
  • Monitor congregating of parents at the fields or in the parking lot pregame, halftime, or postgame
  • Send out communication (text/email) to parents prior to games reminding them of social distancing and congregation guidelines



  • Only sit in designated spectator areas (same as regular league matches)
  • Abide by social distancing policy of 6ft away from other spectators outside of your household
  • No congregating on sidelines or in parking lot before, during, or after matches
  • Sit a minimum of 10ft off sideline
  • Under no circumstances can a parent approach or be in the designated team area
  • Wear PPE’s when interacting with other spectators, coaches, referees, or other players within a radius of 6ft
  • Stay home if you have any signs or symptoms of being sick
  • If you are a person of high risk, do not attend
  • Symptom check their players before arriving at field
  • Avoid contact with any players or spectators outside of your households