PSC Announces Return To Play Logistics With Guidelines

– Updated on September 2, 2020. –

We are very excited that we will be able to get back on the field with our teams.

Your coach and team manager should have updated you by now with your training schedule for the coming weeks. If you do not know your schedule yet, then please reach out to them directly.

We have received approval to use four facilities in September:

  • Linda Beach Playfield – Sessions will be split into 75 minute time slots with 15 minutes in between each slot. PSC will have sole use of the field with 24 players maximum and 2 coaches, plus additional support not on the field with a staggered start time of 15 minutes between each session.
  • Hampton Park – Sessions would be split into 75 minute time slots with 30 minutes in between one session finishing and the next session starting. PSC will have sole use of the field with 24 players maximum and 2 coaches, plus additional support not on the field with a staggered start time of 15 minutes between each session.
  • Coaches Field – Sessions would be split into 75 minute time slots with 30 minutes in between one session finishing and the next session starting. PSC will have sole use of the field with 24 players maximum and 2 coaches, plus additional support not on the field with a staggered start time of 15 minutes between each session.
  • Aurora School (Oakland) (small turf field)* – PSC will have sole use of the field and agrees to follow all Aurora School screening procedures per their Site Specific Protection Plan).

See link to RTP guidelines document below for more information about each field.

We are working with PUSD, PRD and others with fields to secure space for the Fall season. PSC will closely follow and adhere to the latest guidelines available from ACPH.

We understand that times/venues for Phase 1 may not be ideal for everyone. We have done our best to support all of our Recreational and Highlander (comp) teams with the fields we have secured. Thank you for your understanding and flexibility.

Lastly, we put together a summary of important information for parents and players regarding what to expect on the field Please take the time to review the document with your player(s) as it’s critical that we work together to help stay safe.

2020 Return to Play Guidelines Document

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