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The Fond du Lac Soccer Association is hosting a fall soccer program for your youth players to keep them active, engaged, and touching the ball. Registration is now open for our Fall Little Kickers program.
Field Assignments: Check-In at your Field with the Coach
Health Check! Prior to coming to the Soccer Fields, Players and any family members attending should conduct a health check. If you experience any symptoms of COVID, please do not come. There is no need to notify us if you are not able to attend.
· Each week Little Kickers begins at 5:30pm. Please arrive at least 10-15 minutes early to check-in with the coach. Parents should check in their kids at the field and confirm their child's health.
· We will end at 6:30pm each week and parents who do not stay, can pick up their kids at the same fields you check-in at.
· Each week you will check-in at the same field.
· All training and games will be at the Fond du Lac Soccer Complex on the MPTC Side of our complex using fields 8-15. We are in the process of converting Field 12 (currently a full size field) into several smaller fields for this program. [View Field Map]
Parents are welcome to stay but must wear a mask. We also ask to have no more than 2 spectators per player you have involved in the program.
· Our coaches are players from the Marian University Women’s Team and they will be wearing masks during trainings and games.
· Each week wear a white shirt and bring your red shirt and own soccer ball (pumped up fully), a full water bottle (kids are not allowed to share water), dressed in soccer cleats, shin guards and soccer socks (shin guards go under the socks). We will be issuing you a red Phoenix Soccer shirt the first week. Bring that shirt every week but we still ask you to wear white when you arrive as we will divide up teams each week based on numbers and sort into white and red. They will then simply put the red shirt over the white.
· Upon the start each week, the players, by age group, will be broken into small groups to train and then ultimately scrimmage/play. We are not pre-assigning teams as there are several uncertainties week by week if players may not be able to attend based on any symptoms, schedule conflicts, or potential quarantines that may occur. This will allow to keep groups of similar size and ensure that teams for the scrimmages/games will be evenly matched each week and gives all our players for more engaged and on the field.
We have made modifications and we know not everyone may agree with all of them but hope you bring an optimistic and positive attitude and do your part to ensure everyone is in a safe environment. We want to show the community we can safely play soccer and provide our kids the opportunity to get back on the field.
The Soccer Complex Fields Are Open for Social Distancing Training and Practices but NO GAMES or SCRIMMAGES