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The following are a list of mandatory guidelines for the November 2020 event.
As we have state approval these will be updated for the all further events. To avoid confusion this will not be updated for the April/May events until March. We want to only post what is relevant with the current local guidelines when the time has come. Until then you can read over the rules we had to adhere to last Fall.
Masks are REQUIRED TO BE WORN by ALL participants/attendees at ALL TIMES when they are not actively engaged in play, including but not limited to walking to the complex/parking lot to the fields, and when leaving fields to their cars, restrooms, common areas, etc. To make it easy for you, IF YOU AREN'T ON THE FIELD AND PLAYING YOU NEED TO BE WEARING YOUR MASK OVER YOUR MOUTH AND NOSE.
COVID-19 Screening Questioner
Team Managers must complete the screening questioner (this will be specific to your team and provided by us) PRIOR to the start of the first game on each day. Once the form has been completed it will need to be reviewed and approved by our on-site staff before your team will be give the proper credentials to play.
Screening must be completed no more than 90 minutes prior to the first game. Must be submitted by team manager to tournament staff within 30 minutes of the start of game. Once approved by onsite staff you will be given daily credentials for play.
Touchless Infrared Thermometer
Every team manager will be required to have, and use, a touchless infrared thermometer. You will need this at the fields to complete your teams screening questioner.
SANITIZER. Each team will need to supply enough hand sanitizer for their participants and spectators for the entire weekend.
Field Entrance – Exit
There are designated entrances and exits to each field pod. Enter only through the entrance, exit only through the exit. Each entrance/exit will be monitored by an onsite field representative. Only those with proper credentials will be allowed in the field pod areas.
We must limit the number of spectators to this event per State of NV regulations. Only one spectator per registered player will be allowed.
COVID WAIVER. Every person stepping foot into this facility will be required to read, agree, and sign this waiver.
Prior to Play – While Playing – After Playing
All participants need to respect the 6’ rule. When talking to tournament staff, when seeing your buddy from another team, when waiting in line for the restroom, all of it. SIX FEET SOCIAL DISTANCE AT ALL TIMES.
Warm up/Relaxation areas – Due to the obvious and the guidelines as stated here you are limited to the amount of time you can warm up on the field. This soccer complex is still in construction phase so the pretty fields you see that we aren't using are still "under construction", no we cant open them up, we don't have access to them. If we did you would be playing on them....
There is a large grass area for teams to use outside the field pods. In this area you must maintain proper social distancing from those not residing in your household. Teams will be warned if not following these rules and potentially penalized.
No Animals (this is a park rule all the time at James Regional Park). Leave your dogs, cats, goats, etc. at home.
All participants should follow the guidelines below to protect against infections.
The Bottom Line – We aren’t putting up with any nonsense!
We are extremely lucky to be given the opportunity to hold this event in the first place. We will abide by ALL the guidelines given to us by the State of NV and we are not going to mess it up. All of these things are put in place to keep BOTH of us safe (not to mention the tons of people you come into contact with on a daily basis). Yes, we want to hug (most) of you, but not this time around. Can we still laugh and have fun and catch up? Absolutely, but just from 6’ away. If it seems hard to do, then forego the deodorant and perfumes and people will be less likely to get closer than 6’:)
We were regisitered and paid for a spring tournament that was postponed. Can we use that payment for a future tournament.
Will we be refunded for a previous payment?
Women's I was scheduled to be at Silver Bowl and Women's II at James Regional, will this be the same when rescheduled?
We have decided to just postpone the Women's I & II until 2021. We will not know (as usual) what park permits we will get in 2021. Our hope is to hold all events at James Regional Sports Park but it is not up to us. As soon as we know it will be posted on the tournament page.
Will there be a price difference?
Possibly. If your initial event was planned for Silver Bowl Park and the new event you want to attend is at James Regional then most likely yes. This answer is specific to each event.
What if my team can't make it to any of the postponed tournaments?
We were registered in the Coed Tournament (May 2020) when is this being postponed to?
My team won it's division in 2019 and we didn't get to play in the spring...
Your team can register for any event in fall 2020 as a replacement to the spring event. If your team wishes to wait until 2021 to play your team will be issued a $300 credit towards a 2021 tournament entry. Women's I O55, O60, O65, O70 teams have automatically be been pre-registered in the 2021 event as those divisions are not options in the fall events.
Will the November tournament still happen?
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