Website Manager


News Detail


Jul, 2020

MYSC Safe Return to Play Protocols

MYSC Members,

Our apologies for the delay in communicating the protocols MYSC will be implementing in order to safely return to play.  Attached, please find the MYSC Return to Play Guidelines.  We have also published the same information on our new website at the following link:

As a member of the Connecticut Junior Soccer Association, we will be following the guidance developed in accordance with the CDC and CT DPH.  CJSA has developed guidance for a phased approach to safely Return to Play (RTP).

As much as we all wish we could return to the field just the we left it last fall, we will have to approach this fall differently.  Player and volunteer safety is our number one priority with our safe return to play and we appreciate all of our member’s help getting back out onto the fields.  Regardless of the CJSA RTP Phase that we are operating in and until we feel it is safe to play with no restrictions, we will be implementing the following changes that include, but are not limited to:

  • Parents are expected to monitor their player’s health and temperature.  If for any reason your player does not feel well, please keep them at home and seek the appropriate medical guidance
  • Parents are asked to communicate with MYSC if their player does become ill.  MYSC is prepared to cancel soccer activities if we feel the health of any player could be compromised.
  • Prior to any soccer activity, players, parents, chaperones, coaches, and trainers are asked to wear masks and respect 6 ft. social distances (unless in your own vehicle)
  • Coaches and Trainers will set up social distanced areas (marked by cones 6 ft. apart) for each player to place their equipment and water bottle.  For team discussions and water breaks, players will return to their assigned area.
  • Players should not share water bottles or equipment
  • Parents are asked to pick their player up from soccer activities promptly.  We would like to avoid having unnecessary people hanging around the fields during and between soccer activities.
  • Soccer activities will have more time scheduled between activities to allow for groups to transition on and off the field with as little interaction as possible.

For the full details, please see the attached MYSC Return to Play Guidelines or the information posted on our website:

As of July 30, 2020 MYSC will be entering CJSA RTP Phase 1 – Small Group Training.

We will remain in this phase for a minimum of two weeks and will communicate with the whole club when we feel we can safely transition to CJSA RTP Phase 2.  If environmental conditions change, we should all expect to pause, revert to previous phase, or cancel all activities at any time.

We appreciate everyone’s help with this effort.  It will take everyone in our community to ensure we can safely return to this beautiful game that we all love.  Please reach out to myself, any MYSC Board Member, Coach, or Trainer with any questions or concerns. 



Matt Starkey

MYSC President

[email protected]

Contact Us


PO Box 4099 Madison 
Madison, Connecticut 06443


PO Box 4099 Madison 
Madison, Connecticut 06443

Copyright © 2021 Madison Youth Soccer Club  |  Privacy Statement |  Terms Of Use |  License Agreement |  Children's Privacy Policy  Login