Reopening

Mosafie

BRONZE
Any organization playing competitive games right now is doing so illegally in California. This applies to both Adult and Youth sprots. All competitive sports are on hold unless they can hold socially distanced practices with players spaced 6 feet apart.

Here is the order. It specifically mentions soccer.


Recreational and Athletic Activities

  1. Recreational and Athletic Activities that Involve Close Contact are Prohibited
    1. Participating in sports or recreational activities that involve physical contact or close physical proximity (within 6 feet) to people outside your household is not allowed because of the risk that such activities could spread COVID-19. These activities include, but are not limited to, football, rugby, basketball, baseball, soccer, boxing and martial arts, partner and team dance, water polo, hockey, lacrosse, and ultimate frisbee.
    2. However, these sports and activities are allowed to the extent people can engage in a modified versionof the activity while maintaining 6 feet of social distance at all times.
      • Example: A recreational facility opens its outdoor basketball court to its members. Members are not allowed to play a competitive basketball game, but are allowed to shoot baskets and dribble around the court as long as they do not come within 6 feet of one another. The facility must also comply with all other requirements of the Order issued July 2 and this Directive.
    3. While playing any non-contact sport (like tennis, bowling, running, or archery), you must maintain at least 6 feet of social distance from everyone outside your household at all times.
 

vegasguy

GOLD
Any organization playing competitive games right now is doing so illegally in California. This applies to both Adult and Youth sprots. All competitive sports are on hold unless they can hold socially distanced practices with players spaced 6 feet apart.

Here is the order. It specifically mentions soccer.


Recreational and Athletic Activities

  1. Recreational and Athletic Activities that Involve Close Contact are Prohibited
    1. Participating in sports or recreational activities that involve physical contact or close physical proximity (within 6 feet) to people outside your household is not allowed because of the risk that such activities could spread COVID-19. These activities include, but are not limited to, football, rugby, basketball, baseball, soccer, boxing and martial arts, partner and team dance, water polo, hockey, lacrosse, and ultimate frisbee.
    2. However, these sports and activities are allowed to the extent people can engage in a modified versionof the activity while maintaining 6 feet of social distance at all times.
      • Example: A recreational facility opens its outdoor basketball court to its members. Members are not allowed to play a competitive basketball game, but are allowed to shoot baskets and dribble around the court as long as they do not come within 6 feet of one another. The facility must also comply with all other requirements of the Order issued July 2 and this Directive.
    3. While playing any non-contact sport (like tennis, bowling, running, or archery), you must maintain at least 6 feet of social distance from everyone outside your household at all times.
Not in NV :)
 
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