TBSC COVID Awareness

We know our families have many questions about how we will return to play safely.

TBSC is following the guidelines set forth by Washington Youth Soccer, in conjunction with Washington State and Snohomish County.

Detailed information regarding Washington Youth Soccer Return to Play is available on their website. More Info

Basic principles of that plan include, but are not limited to:

1. No one that is sick or has any signs or symptoms suggestive of COVID-19 may attend games or practices. (including spectators)


2. All participants (players, coaches, referees, spectators) must wear a mask based on current requirements from State Department of Health's order and/or Washington Youth Soccer Guidelines. Depending on current situation, that could include wearing masks during play.


3. Physical distance of 6 feet must be maintained between participants (and spectators) with exceptions for players while engaged in sporting activities.

4. It is recommended that coaches keeping attendance notes for games and practices for 2 weeks to assist with contact tracing, if necessary.

5. Teams sharing practice fields with other teams should remain safely distanced to limit additional unnecessary exposure. For this reason, scrimmages and trainining betweens teams is not recommended.

6. Any postive COVID test result from a team member (or their household) should be reported to the coach and the TBSC Board Members as soon as reasonably possible. The board will assist in determining the best course of action for contact tracing and notifying opposing teams you may have played within the last 7 days. Reminder: further details about positive COVID tests protocols are found on the Washington Youth Soccer site.

Detailed information regarding Washington Youth Soccer Return to Play is available on their website. More Info

We are excited to get back on the pitch and appreciate everyone's cooperation and understanding.