Update on COVID-19’s Impact on Soccer – Soccer activities remain suspended through April 12
US Club encourages everyone to do their part in flattening the curve by practicing social distancing and remaining vigilant in hygiene habits.
Today US Club announced the following information to their soccer clubs, soccer coaches and youth and adult soccer players:
Last week, US Club announced a collaborative decision with AYSO, SAY and USSSA to immediately suspend all soccer activities through April 12.
That suspension remains in place, and US Club will send out a Member Update before April 12 addressing the possibility of returning to play or extending this cessation.
For US Club’s adult soccer programming, please note the U.S. Adult Soccer Association (USASA) announced last Monday that it has suspended all activities until at least April 30.
Because US Club Soccer’s adult members are registered with the U.S. Soccer Federation through USASA, this suspension applies to them, as well.
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In the meantime, US Club recommends players take advantage of various digital and social media resources.
They have hosted two Facebook Live sessions – with Positive Coaching Alliance on “Dealing with Disappointment” and with SportSessionPlanner on “Getting Organized in the Downtime” – and there are several more scheduled over the next few weeks.
Additionally, US Club has a complimentary 4-week college recruiting plan for players, courtesy of ScoutingZone.