Covid-19


COVID safety protocols

KEEPING OUR PLAYERS, COACHES AND FAMILIES SAFE DURING TRAINING:

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General Hygiene and Safety Protocols To be followed regardless of which phase, and until further notice from PA Department of Health and the CDC.

  • Wash your hands frequently for at least 20 seconds
  • Have hand sanitizer available at all times (should be at least 60% Alcohol based)
  • No sharing of water, snacks, or equipment
  • No shaking hands, high fives, fist bump, hugs, etc.
  • Social distancing = 6 feet apart
  • No player or coach can attend if they are feeling sick•Sick players or coaches must quarantine as required by CDC/PA Dept. of Health 
  • Can only return with a Doctor’s approval; must show notice to the camp director
  • Disinfect all training equipment- cones, goals, flags etc. after every session
  • Only coaches can touch or move equipment
  • Coaches to wear a face mask as per CDC/PA Dept. of Health at all times
  • Players to wear face mask when not involved in soccer activities or on the bench
  • Player may wear mask during activity at parents or players discretion
  • Scrimmage vests/pinnies washed after every session
  • Each ball sanitized before/after every practice or game
  • Cover your mouth and nose with your bent elbow or tissue when you cough or sneeze
  • Avoid spitting and chewing gum
  • Only one coach may attend to an injured player (with exception if a parent is needed), mustwear mask/gloves

This is a general list. Please consult PA Department of Health and CDC hygiene and safety protocols which must be followed in all stages. We are committed to immediate action and communication to impacted families should we receive word from any of our members. We have

tried to be thorough with creating policies and plans to keep all our players, coaches, and families safe.

***Failure to comply with these terms may result in removal from the camp: We have used information from public health officials to create these guidelines, but in no way guarantee that communicable diseases, including but not limited to COVID-19, will not be present. People actively infected with communicable diseases might be present. Implementing these guidelines does not guarantee that a person or persons will not contract COVlD-19 or other communicable diseases from persons or contact within the camp.

DAILY SELF-ASSESSMENT: If you are not feeling well, it is simple, stay home

  1. Have you been tested for COVID?
  2. Have you been in close contact with someone who has COVID?
  3. Do you have a sore throat? Do you have a cough?
  4. Do you have a new loss of taste or smell?
  5. Do you have a fever? Is your temperature over 100 degrees? Please check your temperatureat home, daily.
  6. Do you have shortness of breath or difficulty breathing?
  7. Do you have chills or repeated shaking with chills?
  8. Do you have a headache or muscle pain?
  9. Do you have nausea, vomiting, or diarrhea?
  10. Have you recently traveled Internationally or taken a cruise?

IF YOUR ANSWER TO ANY OF THESE QUESTIONS IS YES, DO NOT COME TO THE CAMP.

The reason behind this set of questions is being able to prescreen our players and their families. If we can eliminate those who are openly symptomatic or may have been exposed, then we dramatically lessen the risk of infection at our facility. This will lead to a better sense of safety for all. We hope to cut down on those who could carry the virus from entering the facility, but it is not absolute. It is a further layer of protection. NOTE: The confidentiality of all medical

information will be respected, and information will not be disclosed except as otherwise required and provided hereunder to effectuate the purposes and provisions of this health and safety plan.

CHECK-IN: Check-in procedure will be in place in which there will be staff members upon arrival. Please check in with your coach which you will be assigned to the first day.

EQUIPMENT: Players will be required to bring their own ball for sessions rather than use ours. Do not pick up another players ball with your hands, use only your feet to touch their ball. Players will not be permitted to move or touch the cones but bring their own if preferred. Parents please make sure to sanitize your child’s soccer balls and any other equipment before and after practices.

LUNCH: Players will be spaced out and practicing social distancing. Players will not share food or drinks. Players will be asked to sanitize their hands prior to lunch.

FIELD DEPARTURE: Please check out with your coach prior to leaving so we can keep accountability of the players.

Program Details


Our Soccer Starters program is developmentally appropriate for young athletes ages 2 to 6 and focuses on the following:

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"TSA provided the foundation for my son & daughter to master the technical and tactical aspects of soccer. I could not be happier with their development at TSA. Excellent training staff! Highly recommend!!" -John Carter
"My 16 year old son has been training at Total Soccer since he was 5. It is hard to overstate the impact this has had on his confidence, self esteem, technical skills and love of the game. Total Soccer lives up to its name. It really is TOTAL training, from head to toes, in every technical and strategic aspect of soccer. The quality of the coaching is outstanding at every level - from the tiny Soccer Starters to the top level, college-bound high school seniors. Every class keeps all of the athletes fully engaged for the whole time and provides opportunities for individual, one-on-one and group drills and scrimmage. We are incredibly grateful to Total Soccer for providing our son with such a solid foundation of technical skills and love for the game. We recommend it without reservation." - Josh Kershenbaum
"I’ve been coming to Total Soccer since a young age, and am currently 13. My opinion is that it is very beneficial as a soccer player. All of the coaches are encouraging, and push you to get better. Of my time here, I’ve seen nothing but improvement in my foot skills and tactical awareness." - Cindy Daniels
"Total Soccer has provided the foundation for my daughter to take her game to a whole new level. The trainers are able to provide 1:1 support to improve a player's skillset within a session, that would normally take a season to see results. We could not be any happier and always take advantage of their cost effective programs to keep my daughter sharp throughout the year. A++ in our book!" - Sharyn Flores