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COVID Hub

Welcome to Mass Youth Soccer's COVID-19 Hub. For most recent updates from Mass Youth Soccer regarding Protocols, Policies and Best practices, please click the links below or in the right hand menu of this page. 

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All Mass Youth Soccer Documentation is based on the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs (EEA) COVID Guidance Documents and current Safety Standards for Youth and Adult Amateur Sports Activities. (Effective 3.22.21 - Amended April 2, 2021). 

Mass Youth Soccer requires all adults involved in soccer activities to read, understand and conduct themselves in accordance with the Spring 2021 COVID-19 Soccer Protocols. 

Massachusetts Youth Soccer also requires all members and member organizations to be aware of the current Commonwealth of Massachusetts Travel Advisory dated March 22, 2021.

Please note, given the nature of this pandemic, this framework may change at any time based on the most recent Massachusetts Department of Public Health (DPH) and Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs (EEA) Guidelines.

Please keep in mind that local municipalities, counties, jurisdictions and facilities may have additional guidelines in place that will need to be adhered to. Once this order has been relaxed, please be aware that may have additional restrictions in place that affect your decisions. 

Please contact Mass Youth Soccer's COVID Safety Officer - Tamie Endow via tendow@mayouthsoccer.org with any questions related to COVID-19.

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