Return to Play Hub


The Government of Ontario announced June 7, 2021, that it is easing the restrictions on Outdoor Activities and the province is moving to Step 1 of the new three-stage opening framework. Organized team sport individual training, with up to 10 participants per field quadrant with distancing of two meters, will begin in Step 1 of the Government of Ontario’s Roadmap to Reopening on June 11, 2021, at 12:01 a.m. Step 2 is tentatively scheduled to start 21 days after the start of Step 1.  Step 3 is tentatively scheduled to start 21 days after the start of Step 2. Both are subject to Government of Ontario assessment and approval.

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.

 

Resource/DocumentDescription
Brams United Emergency Action Plan (EAP)Risk management tool to allow for the proper environmental assessment and care of participants on and off the field of play who may have tested positive for COVID-19
COVID-19 Guardian ChecklistChecklist tool for guardians of participants
COVID-19 Participant ChecklistChecklist tool for participants
Flower City Field MapsField maps outlining designated drop-off and pick-up locations, fields, and parking lots.
Brams United Return to Play GuideUpdated June 8, 2021