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Health and Safety Information for Visiting Teams

A full copy of the PASC Return to Play Policy is available at


  • Fully vaccinated individuals are permitted to be without a face covering.
  • For soccer activities at PASC home facilities, all athletes are not required to wear face coverings while on the field of play.
  • Face coverings should be worn by non-fully vaccinated individuals when not actively playing, this includes players, coaches and spectators.
  • PASC members must follow the guidelines of the host organization when playing away from PASC (away games and tournaments).
  • Prior to attending any training event, every player and coach must check his/her temperature at home and refrain from participation if he or she has a temperature above 100º or has any other symptoms of COVID-19.
  • No participation if any household member is exhibiting symptoms of COVID.
  • Spectators should maintain physical distancing from anyone outside their household.
  • A teams’ spectators should be on the same half of the field, but opposite sideline from the players.
  • If a ball goes over the touchline or end line, only players, a coach or an official are to retrieve the ball.
  • No tents or social gatherings are permitted before or after a game. 
  • Players and coaches should thoroughly wash/disinfect their hands prior to and immediately after every training session or game.
  • Players are encouraged to bring their own hand sanitizer and use it before and after each session.
  • No sharing of water or snacks.
  • No shaking hands, high fives, fist bump, hugs, etc.
  • Only coaches can touch or move equipment.
  • Scrimmage vests/pinnies are considered personal equipment and should be washed after every session (each player has his/her own)
  • Players are required to bring their own ball to training. All personal equipment (including soccer balls) should be sanitized between sessions.
  • A coach or staff member attending to injured players will wear a mask and gloves.
  • All players and spectators should collect their belongings and exit the field complex and facilities as quickly as possible following the conclusion of training.


If you become aware of a COVID illness on your team that would contact trace to the date you played a PASC team, you must contact both the PASC team manager and PASC’s COVID contact, Adam Charnley, at [email protected] or call 484-857-7272.

The information included here is not intended or implied to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. This policy is subject to change as federal, state, and local guidelines are modified.

Contact Adam Charnley with questions regarding PASC's COVID safety and mitigation policies.
Email [email protected] or call 484-857-7272.

Additional Information & Documents

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PASC COVID Warning Sign

PASC COVID Warning Sign

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