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TEWKSBURY YOUTH SOCCER
"Shooting for Excellence"
Tewksbury Youth Soccer League is dedicated to providing each participant the opportunity to play soccer in a safe environment, become more knowledgeable about the game, gain self confidence, while fostering team and individual development, sportsmanship, fair play and good health.
Frasca Fields Soccer Complex, 295 North Street, Tewksbury, MA
Mailing Address: Tewksbury Youth Soccer League, PO Box 655, Tewksbury, MA 01876
TYSL is a tax-exempt non-profit 501(c)(3) EIN: 04-2813880
ATTENTION TYSL MEMBERS-MYSA RETURN TO PLAY WEBINAR 7/29
ATTENTION TYSL MEMBERS
On July 24, 2020 the Commonwealth of MA re-categorized soccer as a Moderate Risk activity allowing for a greater spectrum of play within the MA Re-Opening Plan Phase III, Step 1. The Massachusetts Youth Soccer Association (MYSA) will be hosting a webinar to discuss this change and its implications on all youth soccer organizations under its governance.
PLEASE JOIN MYSA WEBINAR ON WEDNESDAY, JULY 29 at 7:00PM TO FIND OUT MORE
MEETING LOGISTICS AND PRE-REGISTTRATION DETAILS LISTED BELOW
ALL MEMBERS ARE STRONGLY ENCOURAGED TO ATTEND
Return to Soccer Activities Phase III, Step 1
Dear Youth Soccer Leaders,
Today, July 24, 2020, the Massachusetts Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs has updated the Safety and Reopening Standards for Business and other Entities Providing Youth and Adult Amateur Sports Activities – Phase III, Step 1.
Soccer is now classified in the Moderate Risk Sport category, member organizations are permitted participate in Level 1, 2 and 3 type of play.
Type of Play: The following types of play are defined by level from least to greatest risk.
Level 1: Individual or socially distanced group activities (no-contact workouts, aerobic conditioning, individual skill work, and drills)
Level 2: Competitive Practices (Intra-team/group games, contact drills and scrimmages)
Level 3: Competitions (Inter-team games - a.k.a. league play, meets, matches, races, etc.)
Level 4: Tournaments (Outdoor only) NOT PERMITTED IN PHASE III, STEP 1
Mass Youth Soccer has updated our Return to Soccer Activities (RTSA) Guidelines and added additional information to theReturn to Soccer Activitiesweb page to reflect these updates.
It is important to note that all RTSA Guidelines MUST be adhered to. This update only changes what can take place on the field of play for soccer, nothing else.
Even though this news is exciting for our sport, we cannot stress enough the importance of the responsibilities we have to our children and all families involved in our sport for their health, safety and well-being. This is a privilege we have been given and we must stay true to our word that we will follow the CDC, State DPH, US Soccer and local guidelines in all that we do.
In addition, Mass Youth Soccer Executive Director Mike Borislow will host a webinar on Wednesday, July 29th, at 7:00 pm to provide youth soccer organizations across Massachusetts additional insight to the most recent Guideline updates. The webinar will also include specific information for COVID Safety Officers.
Return to Soccer Activities - Phase III, Step 1: Soccer as a Moderate Risk Sport
When: Wed., July 29, 2020 07:00 PM, ET
Topic: Return to Soccer Activities - Phase 3, Step 1 - Soccer as a Moderate Risk Sport