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COVID-19 Information and Resources


To our FYSA members, this page is dedicated to all of the information that we have shared since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. We are constantly updating this page with new resources, current announcements, and tools to help you navigate on a local level. If you would like further assistance, please contact Sarah Schneider, FYSA Communications Specialist, at

Florida Youth Soccer Association

Latest News

The latest information can be found below from the Florida Youth Soccer Association. COVID-19 is ongoing and constantly changing around the state. New material will be shared with all affiliate members in a timely manner. If you have any questions, please contact the FYSA State Office.



Archived Updates

The following information is every announcement/update that we have provided to the FYSA membership since the start of the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic. 

US Youth Soccer

Return to Activity Notice (May 19, 2020) 

The purpose of this document is to provide athletes, parents, coaches, and soccer organizations with information they can use to assist them with developing their return-to-activity programming in the context of COVID-19. Given each organizations vastly different resources, this document cannot be prescriptive; rather, it should spark thoughtful deliberation among those who intend to use this information to create their own unique return-to-activity programming plan specific to their situation. Many of the recommendations rely upon rules and regulations set forth by public health authorities, which will be different across the country. In addition, we all must recognize that there will be other logistical and implementation challenges for activity organizers, participants and their families given COVID-19.

Link to complete notice

Updates on US Youth Soccer Programs & Activities

Please refer to the US Youth Soccer News section (linked below) for updates pertaining to National Programs and Activities. The National Office is constantly updating material as it comes in. 

Link to News Section of US Youth Soccer

The following activity guides are also available from US Youth Soccer:

US Youth Soccer Stay at Home Resources

The partners and sponsors of US Youth Soccer have created a wide database of resources and information for all US Youth Soccer members to utilize for at home and return-to-play. Materials include items from US Soccer Coaches, Nike, & several other companies. Please find the complete list on the US Youth Soccer Website.

U.S. Soccer PLAY ON

Recommendation Guide

The U.S. Soccer PLAY ON initiative is being launched with this Phase I Grassroots Soccer Recommendation guide, a comprehensive model to allow soccer to operate under key safety plans and considerations, with additional guides to follow. These guides include a detailed approach to social distancing, screening, training, and interactions to ensure consistent and best practices are followed to promote the health and safety of all participants and fans. English and Spanish translations are available via the links below.

Return to Play FAQS

Do you have a specific question about U.S. Soccer PLAY ON? Looking for information specifically for players, coaches or parents? Browse this page for some Frequently Asked Questions, and if you still are looking for more information, go to our Grassroots Soccer Information Guide.

The information is not intended or implied to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. All content, including text, graphics, images and information, are provided for general informational purposes only. The knowledge and circumstances around COVID-19 are changing constantly and, as such, U.S. Soccer makes no representation and assumes no responsibility for the accuracy or completeness of this information. Further, you should seek advice from medical professionals and/or public health officials if you have specific questions about your return to training and competition.

Fast Facts

Explore the PLAY ON Fast Facts for infographics, checklists and other shareable materials outlining the phases of return, best practices and more. View Fast Facts >