A Message from Souderton Area Soccer Association
Hello to all of our players, coaches, and families- We hope you are all healthy and well in these difficult times.
Montgomery County has officially entered the Green Phase of COVID-19 and that now allows us to begin getting players and coaches back on the fields, but with limitations. We have developed an action plan that is required by EPYSA that will outline our plan to keep everyone safe. This plan can change as guidelines from the state and EPYSA update.
Our action plan is followed by our guidelines which are aligned with EPYSA. Our Action Plan and can be located and downloaded above.
Our Travel teams will begin getting back out on the fields and those coaches will be reaching out to their teams to discuss when they will begin. Our Intramural program is still being discussed and we hope that now that we are in the green phase we will have more options to run a close to “normal” season.
Registration for Intramural is still open and at this point we are holding registration open until we have firm answer on what we plan to do with our Intramural program.
We know these are difficult times for everyone in our community and we have made the decision if we can’t run our program or if someone no longer wants to have their child play this year, we will be refunding the full amount.
We understand times are hard, and some of you may need to ask for a refund- If you do, please send a separate email to “email@example.com
We are still working on generating a survey, with questions regarding how we will do Fall Intramural Soccer Program. When you receive it please take a few minutes and reply, it helps us know how to best serve the Association.
As an Organization, we have always emphasized that Soccer is a game, being played by children. If we cannot guarantee the health and safety of your entire family at our events and programs, we believe that we are better off waiting until we can. Our Board members are passionate about the game, and the Association, but we are also members of the same community, and it seems clear that a children’s game should not put those children and their families at risk. These are hard decisions, in difficult times, but we believe they are the correct ones.
Ed Toy, President
Mickey Hurley, Vice President
Dennis Frankenfield, Treasurer
Jillian Toy, Secretary/Risk Management
Kyle Jacoby, Travel Coordinator
Bryan Parente, Intramural Coordinator