HASBROUCK HEIGHTS, NJ - Members of the Hasbrouck Heights Soccer Association discussed the new developments in light of the ongoing COVID health crisis for the upcoming season at its June meeting held online.
All children who are registered with the HHSA, will be required to have a waiver signed by parent and/or guardian regarding Covid-19 going into the season. The league will also provide guidance for coaches and parents ahead of the season. Additional safety changes to the league include no shared equipment such as pinnies and goalie gloves, and a sideline buffer between the field of play and spectators.
New Jersey Youth Soccer will allow soccer activities to resume on June 22 under some very strict guidelines, said HHSA president Michael Karcic. On July 6, NJ Youth Soccer will ease the restrictions, which is when HHSA will resume its soccer activities. Travel teams can start training on July 6. The draft has been postponed until July 13. Field clean up is scheduled for August 1. Rec Teams will start training on August 3.
HHSA looks to have a tentative schedule from South Bergen Soccer League around August 20. Wood-Ridge will the return to the league with teams in all divisions this fall.
The league will send an email in parents explaining what is expected from the club, parents, coaches and players. The next meeting of the HHSA is scheduled for Monday, July 13.
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