Oregon Soccer Club would like to reiterate that parents and players are not allowed to organize and run soccer practices or games involving players from multiple households at this time, as per the directives issued by Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers in this week's "Safer at Home" state order.
From the state order: Individuals may not engage in team or contact sports such as by way of example and without limitation, basketball, ultimate frisbee, soccer, or football, as these activities do not comply with Social Distancing Requirements.
Players are allowed to practice/play with individuals who live in their household, such as siblings and parents, but not anyone with whom they do not live.
The "Safer at Home" order is currently in effect until 8 a.m. April 24.
Prior to the state order, the Wisconsin Youth Soccer Association and the Madison Area Youth Soccer Association - which are both governing bodies for Oregon SC - suspended all activities through at least April 30, during which time practices also are not allowed. (See March 16 article with details on those announcements)
The Oregon SC Board will continue to monitor this situation and will communicate any changes accordingly. Thanks for your patience and understanding during these challenging times. We encourage you to heed the state order and follow public health guidelines, and we wish you and your family the best of health.
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