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NKSC Return to Play Guidelines

Players, Parents, Guardians, and Spectators


Phase-2 Guidelines

• Have fun and stay positive!

• Take your player’s temperature daily.

• If the player or players family is ill, please stay home and take care of yourself.

• Limited or no carpooling.

• When you drop off your player, instruct them to go directly to their designated area

and practice physical distancing. If your player will struggle with following the

guidelines wait until you think training is about to start and send them out.

• No parents or spectators are allowed on the training field. If you are walking the

track, please do not congregate or handle club equipment. Feel free to kick back

a ball or two though.

• Bring and use hand sanitizer with you at every training session. Especially at the

beginning and end of sessions.

All players and team staff must Wear masks throughout entire training. (As of Nov 14, 2020)

• Do not touch or share anyone else’s equipment.

• Practice physical distancing and place bags and other equipment at least 6 feet

apart from your teammates’ equipment during sessions.

• Wash all equipment before and after every training session.

• No group celebrations with players closer than six feet, no high fives, and no hugs.

• When players are dismissed, please be on the lookout for them. We do not want

players congregating around entrances or exits.

•.  Practice social distancing around entrances and exits.

• Wash hands thoroughly before and after training and after any contact outside your



·         Clean and sanitize all equipment before and after practices.

·         May use pinnies but bag and pinnies must be washed and only used by same player during each practice.

·         When not conducting contact drills or scrimmages, Keep 6ft distance between players


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

NKSC Club Protocol

·               If Player or a household member has tested positive for COVID-19:

·         Notify Team Coach

·               If Coach, Team Staff, or a household member has tested positive for COVID-19: 

·         Coach or Team Staff will notify the appropriate Program Director: 

Competitive Program: Darcy Dormaier, NK Competitive Program Director at [email protected]  

Recreational Program: Kate Leibold, NK Recreational Program Director at [email protected] 

·               Program Director will notify the NKSC Board and Kitsap County Health Department.  (Keep names private) 

·               Coach will notify all team members who were in contact with infected party.  (Keep names private) 

·               Team players/staff members will self-isolate for 14 days. 



Update October 6, 2020

WA State Youth Sport Guidance

Under current state rules, our allowable activities depend on the level of COVID activity in our county. All usual health practices (masks, handwashing, social distance on sidelines/downtime) apply, with the following changes:


High COVID Activity (>75 cases/100K/14 days)

● Separated pods of maximum 6 players

● Light contact within pod (e.g., 3v3) is allowed

● No scrimmages, no full team games


Moderate COVID Activity (25-75 cases/100K/14 days)

● All regular soccer practice activities allowed

● Scrimmages, intra-team competition, and league games allowed


Low COVID Activity (<25 cases/100K/14 days)

● Scrimmages, intra-team competition, league games allowed

● Tournaments allowed Our club will monitor the COVID level daily and modify training consistent with the above guidelines.


Update Nov 14, 2020

16. Youth and Adult Sporting Activities

"Indoor activities and all contests and games are prohibited. Outdoor activities shall be limited to intra-team practices only, with facial coverings required for all coaches, volunteers and athletes at all times.”

From PSPL for our Select Teams: Here's what the Rule 16 means for our clubs: team training can include scrimmage and contact during the training session if it is only among said members of that team - and if everyone is masked up. 

What teams cannot do is scrimmage with other teams in their club or with teams outside of their club. Also, only players that are registered with the club and team can train with their designated team.  It means neither invited players nor guest players can train with another team if they are not properly registered with the club and associated sanctioning body.


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Poulsbo, Washington 98370
Phone : 360-994-0627
Email : [email protected]
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