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Moore Township Athletic Association

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Soccer -Recreational(Fall, Spring)

Mission Statement

We are a non-profit and educational organization whose mission is to foster the physical, mental and emotional growth and development of America's youth through the sport of soccer.  We like to ensure that the players learn teamwork and sportsmanship as well as improve on their skills.

Age Groups & Placement

We offer programs for ages 5 - 18.

We provide an In-House program at our U7 level.  It typically consists of practices 2 nights for an hour each and a scrimmage on the weekends with one of the neighboring townships.

Our U9 - U19 programs participate in the Blue Mountain Youth Soccer League which is located in the Lehigh Valley and compete at the recreation level.  For more information on our league refer to the League Website.

Soccer News

If you have any questions please contact a Soccer Commissioner.
contact Glen Butz at 484-515-4095 or at [email protected]

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Eastern Pennsylvania Youth Soccer: News Release

On July 1, the Pennsylvania Department of Health issued an order for “universal face coverings.”The order requires all individuals to wear a face covering, in both indoor public places and in the outdoors when they are not able to consistently maintain social distancing from individuals who are not members of their household, such as on a busy sidewalk, waiting in line to enter an indoor space, or near others at any place people are congregating.

 

There was concern and confusion on the release of the order as it related to sports. However, clarification was provided on July 3 which was immediately posted on our website and through social media.Available here.

 

Coaches, athletes and spectators must wear face coverings, unless they are outdoors and can consistently maintain social distancing of at least six feet.Athletes are not required to wear face coverings while actively engaged in workouts and competition that prevent the wearing of face coverings.Face coverings must be worn on the sidelines, when athletes arenot actively playing.

 

This message is consistent with prior guidelines and recommendations provided by the Department of Health and included in our Restart documents. We strongly recommend that everyone continues to comply with all other hygiene and distancing protocols including the masking order.

 

In addition, Governor Wolf issued an order recommending that if someone travels to a state with high COVID-19 cases, you will need to quarantine for 14 days upon return. States nearbyincludeFlorida, North and South Carolina. For any additional information please visitourRestart and Return to playpage on our website.

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BMYSL/EPYSA RETURN TO PLAY GUIDELINES/PROCEDURES

 

General Hygiene and Safety Protocols

·         Wash your hands frequently

·         Have hand sanitizer available for all at times

·         No sharing of water, snacks or equipment

·         No shaking hands, high fives, fist bump, hugs, etc…

·         Social distancing =  six (6) feet apart

·         No player or coach can attend if they are feeling sick

·         Sick players or coaches must quarantine as required by CDC/PA Dept. of Health.  Can only return with a Doctor’s approval.  Must show notice to the club.

·         Disinfect all training equipment- cones, goals, flags etc.  Only coaches can touch or move equipment.

·         Coaches to wear a face mask as per CDC/PA Dept. of Health at all times.

·         Players to wear face mask when not involved in soccer activities or on the bench.  Player may wear mask during activity at parents or players discretion.

·         Scrimmage vests washed after every session.  Should consider it personal equipment, and provide each player with their own.

·         Each ball sanitized before/after every practice or game.

·         Only one coach may attend to an injured player.  Must wear mask and gloves.

·         Minimize contact with other teams before, during and after each session.

This is a general list. Please consult PA Department of Health and CDC hygiene and safety protocols which must be followed in all stages.

CLUBS:

Green Phase

•Activity may begin within your club only.  Activity must be kept local, within your community.

•No contact training. No games. No interaction with other organizations.

•Individuals must comply with restrictions of their home county. 

•Engage with management of your practice facilities to learn and comply with their polices and procedures.

•Fields must be legally open. No training on a space/field without insurance certificate issued (standard regardless COVID-19) or permission from the facility.

•Create Action Plan:

•Communicate plan and distribute to families, coaches, admins. 

•Actions upon notification of a positive test result for a club member.

•Be prepared to shut down and stop operations if necessary.

•Develop a plan for social distancing and adequate field space  (see appendix A below).

•Minimize interactions among teams. 

•Consider field/training area lay out, entrance and exit from fields, managing training schedules.

•Social distancing required in all areas, but not limited to sidelines, bench areas, clubhouse, parking lot.

•The parent determines participation.

•Spectators are not essential to training and not recommended to attend,  however, it be necessary for younger players.

•Green Phase will be further determined with additional guidelines from the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.

 

COACHES:

Green Phase

•Comply with Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Eastern Pennsylvania Youth Soccer and any additional club directives or requirements.

•Reinforce directives, polices and protocols as necessary with parents and children.

•As players arrive, inquire how they’re feeling. If they are ill or appear to be ill, send them home.

•Supply your medical kit or bag with gloves, extra masks, sanitizer, and facial tissues.

•Implement social distancing at all times. Each player and their equipment at least six (6) feet from the next player.

•Coaches wear masks at all times. 

•Players may wear masks during training at their discretion. Must wear when not engaged in soccer activity.

•Only coaches may touch or move equipment. Players do not touch or move equipment.

•No bodily contact in training. 

•Avoid activities involving lines, maintain social distancing in training (review the US Soccer Grassroots Recommendation Guide under the resources below) 

•Sanitize all equipment after training. 

•Scrimmage vests are not recommended.

•Minimize interaction with other teams that train before or after you. Emphasize player should go straight to cars.

•Be positive, fun and engaging. Help the children acclimate and reintegrate. 

 

PARENTS:

Green Phase 

•Comply with Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Eastern Pennsylvania Youth Soccer and any additional club directives or requirements. Share information with your son or daughter.

•No signs of COVID-19 for the player the past 14 days and no known exposure before sending him or her to training. Sick players and coaches must stay at home and follow appropriate health guidelines.

•Determine if you want your child to wear a face mask during training.

•Sanitize and wash all equipment and uniforms after training

•Pack hand sanitizer and a face mask in his or her bag.

•Spectators are not essential to training and not recommended to attend,  however, it be necessary for younger players.

•Comply with social distancing and mask directives. Adhere to rules of the club regarding attending training session

•Direct your child to never share water, snacks or equipment.

•Notify club and coach should your child becomes ill.

•Do not assist coach or coaches with equipment at the beginning or end of practice.

•Ball goes off touchline or end line allow players or coach to retrieve the ball.

•Parents make the ultimate decision on their child's attendance participation 

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Calendar

2019
January

February


March

April
April 7, 2019 - games start at 12 pm 

May
Football / Cheering Spaghetti Dinner 4-7 pm at Klecknersville Fire Dep't.
First Fall Sports Signup at 4pm at Spaghetti Dinner

June
2nd Fall Sports Signup at Moore Elementary School Carnival from 4-8 pm

July

August
 

September

October

November

December

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Moore Township Athletic Association

635 English Rd. 
Bath, Pennsylvania 18014

Email Us: [email protected]
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