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COVID-19 and Soccer

Recreational and Travel Soccer at PASC
PASC is committed to delivering soccer in a safe environment and will follow the guidance of EPYS and the recommendations of USYS, Chester County, and the state of PA.

Current PASC Protocols: Spring 2022
 Spring Training and Competition

Safety protocol
  • All members are required to follow CDC and Chester County Health Department guidance on isolation and quarantine if exposed to COVID or testing positive for SARS-CoV2.
  • All members (players, coaches, staff) are required to isolate from soccer and complete the PASC Health Report / Tracking form if they have tested positive for SARS-CoV2.
  • PASC is following the CDC and Phoenixville Area School District guidance on face coverings. Currently, face coverings are not required for PASC activities.
  • Players and coaches should refrain from participation if he or she has a symptoms of COVID-19.
  • PASC no longer makes the determination that participation in outdoor soccer activities is automatic COVID close contact exposure. This is based on CDC close contact guidance.
  • PASC specific quarantine requirements in addition to CCHD guidance:
      – If your player is up-to-date with COVID vaccination: Quarantine is not required and they can continue to participate as long as they do not develop any symptoms. A COVID test should be taken on Day 5 or later in order to continue participating (antigen or PCR test are acceptable).
      – If your player is not up-to-date with COVID vaccination: Quarantine is required as well as a COVID test to return to soccer prior to Day 11. See quarantine guidance from CCHD above. Earliest possible return is Day 6.
      – All exposed players are required to wear a mask at all soccer activities until Day 11.
  • An antigen test (often called Rapid Test) is accepted as evidence.

Health Issue Reporting
CLICK HERE to access the PASC Health Report / Tracking form.

By completing this form, you are assisting the club to maintain a safe environment for our members. Be honest in your evaluation and be responsible to yourself, your family, and your community.

The information transmitted by this form will be used by PASC administration to determine appropriate follow-up and club mitigations actions. We will make every attempt to anonymize any necessary communication to the team.

Once a submission is made, the affected individual should refrain from attending PASC activities until cleared by a member of PASC's COVID committee, and all household members should follow Chester County Health Dept. guidance on isolation.

Return From COVID
Following a positive COVID diagnosis, players should be cleared to return by a medical professional.

Prior to returning to soccer after a COVID positive illness, the PASC COVID return waiver must be completed.

CLICK HERE to access PASC's Return-To-Soccer Waiver

All reports of health issues are reviewed by a member of PASC’s COVID team, and determinations are made on a case-by-case basis based on the facts of the situation.

PASC will continue to take a cautious approach and may act more conservatively than other organizations.

A member of the PASC COVID committee will notify team members of COVID issues on a team while maintaining confidentiality as much as possible.

People with COVID-19 have had a wide range of symptoms reported, please review these symptoms: COVID-19 Symptoms (

Contact Adam Charnley with questions regarding PASC's safety and mitigation policies.

Email [email protected] or call 484-857-7272

Additional resources:
Chester County Health Department
601 Westtown Rd Ste 290
West Chester, PA 19382-4991
(610) 344-6225
Email: [email protected]
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