On June 11, Ontario Soccer announced it received clearance from the Ontario Government, along with Canada Soccer to begin return to play safety protocols and guidelines under a regional implementation directive. Although Peel Region has entered Phase 2, Brams United will not be entering Phase 1 of Ontario Soccer’s Return to Play until we are granted permission and field permits by the City of Brampton.
Brams United Girls Soccer Club has been working diligently to prepare programs and activities that align with social distancing as well as the Return to Play Guide and City of Brampton guidelines. This hub will be used to share up to date information, along with useful resources for all guardians, participants, match officials, coaches, and volunteers.
- April 7: COVID-19 Cancellation Updates Letter
- May 22: Program Updates & FAQs
- June 23: Update Regarding Recreational Programs
|Return to Train Phase 1 Guidelines||Activity and training guidelines to be adhered to during all activities in Phase 1 of Return to Play|
|COVID-19 Emergency Action Plan||Document outlining the action plan in case of an emergency related to COVID-19|
|Guardian Checklist||Important items and guidelines for parents and guardians to adhere to before, during and after activities|
|Player Checklist||Important items and guidelines for participants to adhere to before, during and after activities|
|Flower City Field Map||Field map highlight drop-off and pick-up locations as well as flow of traffic|
|Activity Health Check||Must be completed by the participant 2 hours prior to every activity. Participant will not be eligible to train without completing|
|Return to Play Phase 2 Video||Presentation with information and updates for Phase 2|