Please take a moment to look over the following guidelines so that you know what you can expect when coming to FSA for a clinic. We are implementing many safety measures which means your experience at FSA may be slightly different than what you are accustomed to. We appreciate your patience and understanding as we adjust to this new structure.
WE CANNOT EMPHASIZE ENOUGH THAT YOUR COMPLETE COOPERATION WILL BE REQUIRED TO GET BACK ON THE FIELD AND REMAIN THERE FOR THE REST OF THE SEASON.
CURRENT GUIDELINES PER CDC RECOMMENDATIONS(Subject to change)
Effective Friday, March 19, 2021
Capacity limits are now up to 100%, subject to social distancing requirements. Spectator and roster limits will be lifted, but all other guidelines remain in place.
Prior to Arriving at FSA
- Coaches, Players, Parents, Spectators must stay home if sick or experiencing any COVID-19 Symptoms
- If a player has COVID-19 symptoms or has been in contact with a person with symptoms, in addition to staying home, please notify FSA Admin immediately by email:
- Daily Health Check: Adult participants/Parents/Guardians are responsible for monitoring player temperature and symptoms prior to arrival. COVID-19 CDC-defined symptoms include cough, shortness of breath, or any of the following symptoms: Fever, Chills, Repeated shaking with chills, Muscle pain, Headache, Sore throat, New loss of taste or smell.
- Coaches, players, parents and staff are required to wear a mask for the duration of their time at FSA. This includes arrival, spectating, restroom use and departure. All clinic participants will also need to wear a mask while participating in the clinic.
- All staff, parents and players must bring their own personal mask or face covering that completely covers the nose and mouth.
- As of March 19 there are no spectator limitations.
- Players may arrive 15 minutes prior to the scheduled clinic. If you arrive earlier please remain in your vehicle.
- Coaches, players, parents and staff are required to wear a mask for the duration of their time at FSA. This includes arrival, spectating, restroom use and departure. All clinic participants will need to wear a mask while participating in the clinic.
- Players will need to bring their own water as well as personal hand sanitizer (water fountains will not be available/vending machines will be stocked)
- Bleachers will be CLOSED during clinics. Spectators are allowed to bring their own chair.
- Please exit the field and facility immediately at the end of the clinic so that our staff can prepare for the arrival of the next game/training/clinic.
- Locker Rooms will be closed. Restrooms will be available on an EMERGENCY basis only. Please have players use the restroom at home, prior to arriving at the facility. Restrooms are NOT available for changing clothes. Restrooms have been updated with touchless amenities.
- Cleaning and Disinfecting Protocols have been updated to include sanitizing of frequently touched surfaces
- Signage will be posted with reminders about new protocol
IT IS IMPORTANT THAT EVERYONE ADHERES TO THE ABOVE GUIDELINES. THERE WILL BE A ZERO TOLERANCE POLICY.
Thank you in advance for your cooperation and we look forward to seeing you all on the field again soon!
For COVID-19 questions, individuals can call the State hotline, 2-1-1 for information.
For the most updated information, check https://portal.ct.gov/Coronavirus and