COVID-19 UPDATE:  

* Currently OSC has no specator limits, please check back prior to your league or event beginning for any updates.         Events may have different limitations, please check with event organizer for details. 

* Players need to wear a face mask when arriving at or departing from the playing facility, on the sidelines, or any           time while not on the playing field.

* Players who are not fully vaccinated are encouraged to wear a face mask during indoor training and game play.

* Coaches should wear a face mask indoors before and after coaching a training or camp session or a game. Coaches     who are not fully vaccinated need to always wear a mask indoors.

* Spectators who are 2 years of age and older must always wear a mask when attending indoor soccer activities.

* If you are experiencing symptoms, stay home.

* Maintain distance between yourself and others.

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Additional Training Guidelines:

• Anyone in attendance should check for symptoms before leaving the house including a temperature check.

• Any individual with symptoms, or a temp over 100.4 degrees even if no other symptoms exist, should not enter OSC.

• Any person with close contact to someone with a confirmed case of COVID-19 should refrain from attending games or training and     should quarantine for at least 14 days.

• Good hand hygiene should occur before, during, and after all activities

• Players should not share any personal items including water bottles, training vests, towels, shin guards, tape, hairbands, etc.

• Players should bring their own hand sanitizer.

• When arriving at the field, players should spread their personal belongings so as to keep proper social distance from each other. Do  not bring unnecessary items and come dressed and ready to play.

• Teams should leave the field immediately following games or practice.

• No handshakes or high fives.

• Warmup away from other teams or spectators, use your own equipment, and use other best practices during warmups.