No spectator should attend a game if they are ill or displaying any symptoms of COVID-19.
Each participant should limit spectators to one person if at all possible. If more family members must attend, they should all be residents of the same household.
All spectators must remain masked and socially distanced (6 feet).
Unsupervised children or animals are not permitted.
Any not wearing a mask will be asked to leave the fenced area.
All participants who are not currently doing an activity should be masked. All participants should remain socially distant (6 feet) when not actively engaged in participation.
Anyone may be asked to leave by a referee or Lamar Soccer Club board member for not following the rules and guidelines or for exhibiting any signs of illness.
For more: https://usys-assets.ae-admin.com/assets/975/3/South%20Texas%20Youth%20Soccer%20COVID-19%20Resource%20Handbook2.PDF
Call 281-342-0404 for information.
|L1W||Lady United||Typhoon/Thunder||Spitfire||Lady United||Typhoon/Thunder||Storm|
|L1E||Lady Storm||Lady Storm||Legends||Lady Cosmos||Lady Storm||Lady Storm||Legends||Lady Cosmos/Spitfire|
|S4E||Lady Lightning||Storm||Lady Lightning||Spitfire/Lady Cosmos|
|L3E (S1)||Lady Thunder||Hurricanes|
|2020-10-02||Legends||Lady Storm||Lady Thunder||Lady Lightning|
|2020-10-23||Lady Cosmos||Lady Lightning||Hurricanes||Lady Storm|
|2020-10-30||Lady Storm||Lightning||Lady Thunder||Jaguars|
|2020-11-06||Lady United||Typhoon||Spitfire||Typhoon (make-up)|
|2020-11-13||Spitfire||Lady Lightning||Lady Cosmos|
The player cannot have had a fever (100.4° or higher), cough, or shortness of breath during the last 7 days without a medical diagnosis. The player's temperature must be taken by an adult within 2 hours before leaving for training. If that temperature is above 99.5 on the day of training, the player cannot come to training.
The player cannot have had any contact with anyone diagnosed with COVID-19 or an unconfirmed but suspected COVID-19 person within 14 days.
The player cannot be experiencing any symptoms related to COVID-19 or be restricted by a healthcare provider.
Players must follow guidelines for entering and exiting fields to reduce contact with other groups.
Participants must wear masks from the car to training and then as exiting the field and maintain social distancing guidelines.
Players must apply self-supplied hand sanitizer upon exiting the vehicle and before entering the fields.
No sharing of drinks or food.
Avoid all unnecessary contact with other players including high fives, hugs, etc.
Only players and team staff (coaches and managers holding an APP) are allowed to come onto the field area during training. We ask parents to remain in the parking lot or further away from the fields during training.
Parents must be ready to take their child immediately at the end of the training session. Team gatherings before or after games are highly discouraged.
Any player showing any symptoms or possible negative medical conditions may be removed by the coach or any club official immediately and sent home or set apart from the rest of the group until the player can be sent home.
If a player tests positive or is suspected of having COVID-19, that player must notify the coach immediately.
Club members: The club does a lot of volunteer work on our fields to keep them in the best shape possible. We also have an exclusive lease on the fields from the city, and non-club members are not supposed to be on the fields AT ALL (club members should have a coach present). The public field is behind the football field, and you should point that out to them. If you see non-members on the fields, please ask them to leave especially if it is damp (tears up the field worse) or our players are on the fields (liability concern). It does not matter if they are on another end of the field or using a different part... they are not supposed to be on the fields. Your fees are what pay for fertilizer, seed, water, paints, goals, nets, lighting, etc. Your sweat is what puts things in place. Please, help us be good stewards of your money by reducing the wear and tear on the fields and costs associated with their upkeep. Thanks!