Codes of Conduct and Zero Tolerance

The new 2023 Codes of Conduct and Zero Tolerance Policy from Massachusetts Youth Soccer Association for all Coaches, Parents, Players and Referees can be seen here


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Peabody Youth Soccer will be following all guidelines and requirements set forth by the State of Massachusetts, Peabody Department of Public Health, and Massachusetts Youth Soccer Association. The following is a list of Best Practices that we will be following for the upcoming Spring Season. (These practices are subject to change based off the changing dynamic of COVID-19 regulations)

  1. The COVID Safety Officer (Kathleen Minette  should be contacted in the event of the following:
    1.  If a player, coach, administrator, or referee has been identified as a close contact or directed to self-isolate by the DPH, School Nurse or a Healthcare Professional.
      1. The person will be required to stay away from all soccer activities until the date set forth by the DPH, School Nurse or Health professional.
    2. If a player, coach, administrator, or referee should become ill or start showing symptoms at or within 48hours of a Soccer event.
      1. The officer will gather info to determine timelines, provide info to the Department of Health, and will make team and league notifications based of guidance from the Department of Health.
  2. Parents, guardians, & adult players should continue to complete health assessments before all soccer events and should refrain from Soccer activities if they are feeling unwell.
    1. A temperature over 100.4°F (38°C) most often means you have a fever caused by an infection or illness. 
    2. If there are any symptoms, even mild ones, do not attend practice or a game. Public health urges you to stay home and isolate until:
      1. You have had no fever for at least 72 hours (without the use of medicine), Other symptoms (cough, shortness of breath) have improved
      2. At least 7 days have passed since your symptoms first appeared
  3. Face coverings for players and officials is at the discretion of the players parent or guardian.
  4.  Players should continue to bring their own personal items to every practice or game:
    1. Light or Dark Colored Shirt for Practice and Uniform for games
    2. Appropriately Sized Ball-based off grade level
    3. Water Bottle
    4. Goalie Gloves (if you child plays goal)
    5. Tissues
    6. Hand Sanitizer
    7. Ear Loop Mask (If parent requires it)
  5. Air Blown Whistles are now allowed; however Electronic Whistles are strongly encouraged.
  6. Shared spaces such as bathrooms and other high touch areas will be regularly cleaned and disinfected. 
  7. League Staff, Coaches and Volunteers will be supplied with PPE as needed or requested.
    1. Gloves
    2. Masks
    3. Hand sanitizer
    4. Wipes
  8. All trash should be disposed of in trash receptacles by the individual who created it.