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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. 

Please check with your town/city prior to conducting any soccer activities to make sure you are compliant with any local COVID-19 prevention requirements.

PLEASE NOTE: Test and Stay Program: Players participating in their school’s test and stay program are not allowed to participate in soccer activities. If the player tests negative on day 5 or later from the date of last contact with the infected person, they may return to soccer on day 8. The remainder of the team can continue to practice as normal. Massachusetts Youth Soccer does not need to be notified in this case.   

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All Mass Youth Soccer Documentation is based on the CDC and Commonwealth of MA Recommendations 

Mass Youth Soccer requires all adults involved in soccer activities to read and understand the Fall 2021  and Indoor 2021-22 Recommended Procedures.

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 restrictions and guidelines in place that will need to be adhered to.

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