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Common Sense Hygiene and Precaution During Cold & Flu Season




Facility COVID-19 Virus Update:  

At this time we will remain open and all activities at Star Hill are still on as scheduled. Any changes will be communicated on our website, social media, and email.


Star Hill & Healthtrax management are staying informed on the status and all recommendations pertaining to the COVID-19 virus.


We leave it up to each parent/individual to make the decision to participate on any given day. We ask that if you, your child, or other family members are not feeling well and are exhibiting any cold or flu symptoms, please stay home.


The facility is taking extra sanitary precautions throughout the facility including the common areas, fitness areas, and dome. We ask that all fitness participants assist by wiping down all equipment (including bars, mats, and surfaces) after use. In the dome we are sanitizing the bleachers, court & track surfaces multiple times per week. The turf is also being sanitized at least once per week.


We encourage you and your families to wash hands after games, classes, and activities. We will continue to supply hand sanitizing stations as we are able to get sanitizer.

NYCSL & CCSL Member Clubs,
With the recent cases of the COVID-19 virus in New York & Connecticut, we wish to communicate to all NYCSL member clubs, teams, players, coaches, game officials & families about best practices to protect everyone at soccer events. We encourage everyone to follow the recommended guidelines from the New York State Department of Health to protect themselves and those around them from any virus including respiratory viruses like COVID-19. To help prevent the spread of respiratory viruses, please follow these important tips:
·   Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, like in this video from the CDC. If soap and water are not available, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol content.
·   Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands.
·   Avoid close contact with people who are sick.
·   All adults and children should stay home when sick. Share this video with your children and loved ones to teach them to cover coughs or sneezes with a tissue, then throw the tissue in the trash.
·   Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces.
·   Individuals with chronic health issues and/or individuals experiencing severe symptoms should be evaluated by a medical professional.
·   New York Department of Health does not recommend the use of face masks for general prevention and says that hand-washing provides better protection from infectious diseases.
At this time, NYCSL & CCSL competitions & events will continue as scheduled. We will continue to monitor the situation, and update if there are any changes to this plan. In addition to the CDC & NY State Department of Health recommendations, please see the recommendations below for all games & practices in order for us all to protect ourselves and those around us.
·   Players or parents feeling ill should not attend NYCSL/CCSL soccer matches or practices 
·   No handshakes, high fives, fist pumps, chest bumps, huddles, group celebrations, etc. 
·   No pre or post game handshakes between players, coaches & officials - teams should continue to show good sportsmanship by clapping or cheering for the opposition team 
·   Drinks bottles should be label and NOT be shared
·   NPL Games - home team should NOT provide water jugs for communal usage, each player should bring their own drinks bottle
·   Referees only should sign the game card - there should be a verbal acknowledgement from coaches that the information is correct so that the referee may sign  
·   If you bring food or drinks to games, please ensure that you discard of any items yourself 
·   All players & teams are advised to carry & use hand sanitizer
Thank you,

The NYCSL Board of Directors
NY Club Soccer League (NYCSL) founded in 2009, is fully sanctioned by US Club, a member of the United States Soccer Federation. NYCSL provides opportunities for soccer players with advanced skills to compete with and against others with similar skills and desires. The primary focus of the league is developing the child as a person first, and a player second.
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