CSSC Return to Play Outline June 24 2021 (Revised July 9)
With the official entry into Step 2 of Ontario’s re-opening plan, and the movement into Step 3 on July 16, Ontario Soccer has provided us with guidelines for our league play and practices.
The complete “Return to Play Guide” can be found here:
All conveners, coaches, parents, and players are highly encouraged to familiarize themselves with the guide.
To make things easier, however, we can distill the most salient points.
No masks are required for participants or coaches. Masks for spectators reside within individual discretion.
Unlimited capacity for participants (players, managers, coaches, game officials, and parents in the youngest age groups) As per Ontario Soccer and approved by City of Mississauga.
None required for participants.
2 metre distancing required for spectators from disparate households
Special modification of game rules
Contact tracing/Health checks (Mandatory) for participants
Health checks can either be conducted verbally at the field, or electronically via TeamSnap . Contact tracing logs need to be maintained for each team event.
Sanitizing of equipment
To be conducted after each usage (game, practice)
All participants are highly encouraged to have a personal sanitizer. Team official will have sanitizer available for participants.
Any suspected or confirmed case of Covid 19 must be reported to firstname.lastname@example.org
Summer 2021 Rec Players
Click the button to the right to take you to the schedule page
New and Returning Referees
New Match Official Clinics Are Open
Ontario Soccer is pleased to announce that 2021 Match Official Accreditation Entry Level and Small Sided Clinics are now open. Please visit https://www.ontariosoccer.net/news_article/show/1155133 for more details.
Co-Head Referees for Clarkson Soccer Club
With a heavy heart we share the sad news of the passing of Clarkson Magic Head Coach ERICK MARROQUIN.
Coach Erick Marroquin, coached the Special Olympic Team for 25 years, leading CSC Special Olympic team for 10 years and earning a bronze medal at Special Olympics National Games Nova Scotia representing Ontario-2018!!
We were very proud of Coach Erick and grateful for all that he did. YOU WILL BE MISSED.. THANK YOU COACH ERICK!!
Our deepest condolences to Eric's family, friends and Special Olympic Team members.
At Clarkson SC, our commitment as a community organization and soccer club is to confront and eliminate discrimination whether by reason of gender, sexual orientation, marital status, race, nationality, ethnic origin, colour, religion or belief, ability or disability and to encourage equal opportunities.
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