Covid -19 updates : STAGE THREE REOPENING (Provincial Government)
Gatherings limits increased, the return of Organized Sports outdoors and indoors (with restrictions).
*PLEASE READ CAREFULLY and return often for updates, we are expecting ongoing announcements throughout the summer.
Welcome to 2021 PUSC members.
PUSC SUMMER 2021 SEASON UPDATE
The Ontario Soccer Return to Safe Play Guide is here, updated September 15th, which includes proof of vaccination for indoor activities, and adopted as required by our club, please read carefully before considering your options for all our programming for your participant and as a potential spectator.
Important Facility and Programming requirements by all members and visitors to our Fields.
*All Practices, Exhibition Games and League Games Included
-It is recommended you prescreen before arrival, any one symptom, please stay home.
-It is recommended ONE guardian/spectator per participant under the age of 18 in order to not exceed our capacity limits.
-You MUST checkin with our ENTRY MARSHAL for screening confirmation, contact tracing and hand sanitization before entering any of our Fields of Play.
-Players and Match Officials MUST wear a mask until at your designated playing area, and when leaving the playing area. Maintain 2M at all times except during play. Masks are recommended on the bench and for coaches, and all gear and waterbottles must be 2M from each participant. No sharing of equipment, gloves, pinnys, uniforms, shinpads.
-Spectators may choose to stay in the parking lots or in non-field areas and follow masking, gathering and social distancing guidelines of the Province and Lanark, Leeds and Grenville Health Unit.
-If entering the Facility Fields of Play, Spectators MUST wear a mask at all times while in the designated spectator areas, and until they EXIT the facility.
-Spectators should bring their own chair, there is no communal seating.
-All Players, Match Officials, Practice Officials and Spectators MUST exit the Field of Play via the EXIT MARSHAL for hand sanitization while maintaining a separate exit route from incoming groups and entry officials.
-EVERYONE is to maintain their 2M distance as best as possible, even while wearing masks.
-Please note that requirements and protocols may vary, depending on where your game is being played. These are the Ontario Soccer facility guides for Conlon Farm Recreation Complex.
The Board of Directors and our small core of volunteers are here to provide quality programming for our community children and our Adult members – the more informed you are ahead of time with the above Ontario Soccer and and League policies, the less time our club volunteers will spend answering questions at the field – please, be kind, be patient and be tolerant of what is required. If you want to make things better, easier and smoother – please VOLUNTEER! We can always use the help with all the extra tasks handed down to us to maintain a safe environment in the midst of re-opening recreation in a global pandemic.
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The Perth United Soccer Club is a non-profit organization run by a Board of Community Volunteers. We promote a healthy beginnings in athletics from Grassroots House League, starting at age 3, Development in Indoor Futsal, Recreational Youth Leagues and Future Stars in our Competitive Leagues. Adults and Youth have active lifestyle choices in Recreational, Competitive, Women’s, Old Timers, and Masters Divisions in our partnership with the Golbourn Lanark Soccer League and the Ottawa Carleton Soccer League. We would like YOU to be involved as either a Player, Coach, Volunteer or Referee!
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SUMMER 2022 Online Registration
OPEN : March 13th, 2022 at NOON.
Field Status : OPEN with RESTRICTIONS
Rain and Thunderstorm Policy : WE USUALLY PLAY IN THE RAIN!
For HOUSE LEAGUE: Announcements will be made by 4PM, please watch your email, instagram, twitter and facebook pages for updates when there is extreme weather in the forecast.
If during play, there is thunder or lightning, the fields will be cleared until it passes, by following the 30/30 rule set out by Ontario Soccer.
“We are to remain sheltered for 30 minutes after the last clap of thunder and flash of lightning” Only then would we resume play. As always, it is the parents ultimate decision to attend sessions with unfavourable weather – PUSC volunteers will always be at the field to meet players regardless of the weather, and to make the gametime decisions to play or not play.
For all other leagues, recreational and competitive teams, ALWAYS show up to your field for game-time despite the weather (if you choose to participate). The Match Official is responsible to make decisions at the field with regards the weather, including the recommended 30 / 30 rule.
Heat Policy for all Youth Programming
If the humidex report is equal to or great than 40 at the 3:00 pm report on a game day, the programming shall be cancelled. The Environment Canada weather website (Ottawa/Kanata-Orleans) will be used to determine the temperature for the purposes of this policy.
Notice of Extreme Heat Cancellation
If the Humidex has not decreased below 40 and the cancellation policy is triggered, PUSC shall post a Cancellation Notice on both the website and our Social Media Platforms, and issue an Extreme Heat Cancellation e-mail to team officials by 4 PM.