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COVID-19 CLUB INFORMATION

SKYC Summer Camps & Fall Leagues are scheduled to start as posted. More details will become available as we get closer to the start date regarding field logistics.


RETURN TO PLAY Resources can be found HERE.

FC Edmonds will follow the guidelines set forth by the State of Washington and the Puget Sound Premier League (detailed below). FC Edmonds has received approval to train during Phase 2 at select fields with the City of Edmonds and City of Lynnwood.


PSPL Phase 2:
Training sessions may be allowed with a maximum of 5 people at a time (including coaches). Same training groups for each session (if multiple sessions per week).

• Limited to 20 or fewer players/coaches/supervisors/staff
• Must maintain social distancing of a minimum of 10 feet between participants throughout training
• Zero tolerance non-contact policy (coach/player or player/player)
• Players with fevers or other symptoms are not permitted to practice
• Players living with “Vulnerable Individuals” (i.e. elderly or suffering serious underlying condition) are not permitted to train
• Players/coaches must use hand sanitizers before, during breaks and after practice
• Players must wear masks when not actively training
• No spectators or parents allowed on the field
• No congregation for players and parents in parking lots, drop off zones, at entrances/exits of facility, or before or after training session
• Players are not allowed to carpool to and from practice
• All sessions must be conducted outdoors
• NO non-essential travel


Phase 2 Individual Training Sessions May Include:
• Ball mastery and individual skill
• Shooting and crossing balls (NO heading / goalkeeping / oppose
• Passing and receiving (balls must be sanitized before and after training)
• Fitness and functional training


Phase 2 Coach Requirements:
• Provide clear Individual Training Sections areas for each individual player to practice and for their personal gear (backpacks). Areas must me clearly marked by cones or painted lines
• Strictly enforce all Individual Training Sections
• Wear mask at all times – demonstrate best practices
• Limit equipment brought to practice, disinfecting all equipment before/after use
• Do not allow any sharing of equipment, water bottles or backpacks
• Encourage players to bring their own balls. If balls are shared or uses, all must be disinfected after use
• Only the coach may handle team equipment



PSPL Phase 3:
Training sessions at the team level for groups of 20 or less are allowed (maximum of 50 people per field). Light contact is allowed, (scrimmage / opposed play) but efforts to social distance should otherwise continue (no team huddles, high fives, unnecessary contact).

• Limited to 20 or fewer players/coaches/supervisors/staff
• Must maintain social distancing of a minimum of 10 feet
between participants throughout training, except within the flow of play
• Players with fevers or other symptoms are not permitted to practice
• Players living with “Vulnerable Individuals” (i.e. elderly or suffering serious underlying condition) are not permitted to train
•Players/coaches must use hand sanitizers before, during breaks and after practice
•Players must wear masks when not actively training
•No spectators or parents allowed on the field
•No congregation for players and parents in parking lots, drop-off zones, at entrances/exits of facility, or before or after training session
•Players are not allowed to carpool to and from practice
•All sessions must be conducted outdoors
•Parents must remain in their cars or wear a mask if out of the car. No parents on the field at training

Phase 3 Training Sessions May Include:
All soccer-related activities provided direct personal contact is limited to game-like actions

Phase 3 Coach Requirements:
Wear mask to and from the field – demonstrate best practices at all times
•Limit equipment brought to practice, disinfecting all equipment before/after use
•Do not allow any sharing of equipment, water bottles
•Provide players with their own bibs / pinnies to bring to every training session to avoid shared community gear
•Encourage players to bring their own balls. If balls are shared or used, all must be disinfected after use
•Only the coach may handle team equipment
•Plan for a thoughtful, well-managed increase in training load overtime and educate your players about how to get adequate rest and recovery to minimize the risk of injury as they work back to full match fitness.

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SNO-KING YOUTH CLUB

SNO-KING YOUTH CLUB, 700 Main St. Suite 111
Edmonds, Washington 98020

Phone: 425-775-2633

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SNO-KING YOUTH CLUB

SNO-KING YOUTH CLUB, 700 Main St. Suite 111
Edmonds, Washington 98020

Phone: 425-775-2633

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