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Safety Matters - Please Read

Safety is our #1 priority throughout the year and we have a number of policies designed to protect the safety of your children and the safety of all of our soccer families.

We are proud of the steps we have taken to limit the spread of the virus.  We are not aware of any transmission of COVID-19 during soccer activities the last three seasons.  And we've learned that we can still have fun playing soccer during a pandemic and yes, even with a mask on.  Check out this page for all of our guidelines - past and present - related to our COVID-19 safety guidelines.

Safe Haven
When your children are entrusted to our care, we take that responsibility very seriously.  All of our volunteers have completed 'Safe Haven' training where they learn how to create and maintain a safe environment for your children.  Read more about it here.

Concussion Awareness
Soccer is a contact sport and there is always a risk of injury.  Concussions in particular can be difficult to diagnose so it's important that we all know how to spot the symptoms.  When registering, you signed a waiver with some critical info on this topic, so check out this link for a refresher - it could make a difference!

Did you know that part of your registration fee - the $20 per player per school-year fee that gets added to your base soccer fee - grants you primary insurance if your child gets injured while playing soccer with AYSO?  Check out details of the policy here.  

Weather Policy
We do not mess around when it comes to thunderstorms.  If there is a rumble of thunder or a flash of lightning, we will leave the field immediately.  And we must wait 30 mins after the last thunderclap until we take the field again. 

No Pets
Pets can be a distraction and a liability at the field, so we ask you to leave your furry friends at home.  Check out this infographic for more details on why this is the right approach.

No Jewelry

Players cannot wear jewelry to practices or games.  This includes earrings and please note that earrings cannot be covered by tape.  Also, no bracelets, no watches and no FitBits - basically anything that is hard plastic or another material that could injure another player.

No hanging on the goals
This is the easiest way for kids to wind up with a serious injury on the soccer field.  Goals can tip over, so please remind your kids not to touch the goals.

Proper attire
Every player 6U through 14U should be wearing shinguards at every practice and game, and NO cleats with metal spikes. Coaches and refs are responsible for checking

Ready for Michigan weather
We will play in rain, but if you hear thunder or see lightning, take shelter immediately.  (See above for more details.)  When it's hot out, bring extra water to practice or to the game and wear sunscreen.  When it's cold, sweatshirts can be worn under jerseys but hoods must be tucked under the jersey. 

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Contact Us

Ada/Cascade AYSO - Region 571

P.O. Box 32 
Ada, Michigan 49301

Email Us: [email protected]
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