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(September 22,  2020):

As we are excited for, and, prepare to get back to the pitch this Saturday, please reference a PDF from Mass Youth Soccer Association that highlights the rule modifications we will be playing with. Please note these are in game rule modifications. It will address (Throw ins, Corner Kicks, etc): CLICK HERE .

Team Colors and Coaches shown in the table below:

 


(September 17,  2020):

RYS, 

 

Thank you for your patience during this time.  We are excited to have some sort of fun season this fall!  Please refer back to the previous email sent from Haresh, RYS President (copied at end of email) if you missed our initial correspondence.  Below is some important information and hopefully some answers to some general questions.  If you are thinking of registering to play, please do so now as our age groups are filling up fast. Please register here: http://www.raynhamsoccer.com/Registration.aspx (more info copied below)

 

Please be patient with Age Group Directors as they will provide teams and color next week.  

 

Please remember we are strictly adhering to the current Mass. Youth Soccer guidelines and town guidelines as well. All spectators need to remain in their vehicles to watch games at this time (see attached color coded map for each field).  Bathrooms and snack shack will not be open.  

 

Here are some important facts: 

Who: All players can play on 7 v 7 field with a mask. 

When: Saturdays 9/26, 10/3, 10/10, 10/17, 10/24. Times below. 

What:  7 v 7 games for all age groups; 25 minute halves. Each team will be assigned a “color” to wear each week that they will come in.  

**Only shin guards, cleats, water required.  All balls provided. 

Where:  See below assigned field for your age group. 

**grade 5/6 & 7/8 boys: please note all players will be split between four teams.  Therefore, you will either be playing at 8:30 0r 9:00. 

Why: Offering “fun” play for all under the current guidelines

Thank you for your patience and support, 

Melanie Attardo

Program Support 


UPDATE (August 31,  2020):

Here is another update on returning to play soccer at RYS, subject to change if the Commonwealth of MA revises its guidelines.

 

Per the Commonwealth of Mass, Soccer  is now classified in the Moderate Risk Sport category and is permitted to participate in Level 1, 2 and 3 type of play

Type of Play: The following types of play are defined by level from least to greatest risk.

·         Level 1: Individual or socially distanced group activities (no-contact workouts, aerobic conditioning, individual skill work, and drills)

·          Level 2: Competitive Practices (Intra-team/group games, contact drills and scrimmages)

·         Level 3: Competitions (Inter-team games, meets, matches, races, etc.)

 

RYS will be scheduling town recreational games only for second grade players and up for the Fall season

Registration link: To go live soon: http://www.raynhamsoccer.com/registration.aspx

  • Registration fee: $25 for five weeks of town recreational games, no volunteer fee and a player and parent waiver will need to be signed as part of the registration process. After week one of play, if for any reason the season is to be cancelled, no refunds will be issued
  • Tentative dates: Saturdays, September 26th – October 24th (no rain dates)
  • Times: Tbd with a schedule buffer to prevent game overlap
  • Fields – specific field tbd and all games will be held at the Borden Colony Athletic complex: http://www.raynhamsoccer.com/FieldsDirections.aspx
    See attached field map
  • Teams: Tbd for the age groups and will be based on registration #’s
  • Uniform: No uniforms to be provide, teams will be assigned a shirt color
  • Spectators: No spectators on or outside the field and spectators must remain in their vehicles to watch the game

Covid-19 compliance guidelines: All coaches, referees and players will need to wear facial coverings at all times. No more than 25 players on the field. All players, coaches and referees, to maintain at least six feet social distancing, recognizing that for some moderate and high risk sports intermittent and limited contact may occur for players. Players should have facial covering with them at all times and when possible play with the facial covering on, removing it for long runs down the field, for plays without close contact, and in the goal. Deliberate contact will be eliminated. Game situations such as heading, slide-tackling, shoulder to shoulder contact, throw-ins and corner kicks will be revised or eliminated

More comprehensive information can be found on the following link: https://www.mayouthsoccer.org/assets/61/6/return_to_soccer_activities_phase_3_step_1_-_august_15.pdf

 

Please stay safe and remain healthy and thank you for being a part of RYS.

 

Sincerely,

Haresh Daryanani

 



UPDATE (August 16,  2020):

 

Dear RYS Families,

 

It has been a difficult time for everyone.  We know that the children want to play and RYS wants them to play.  We want to keep everyone safe and we have been tracking developments diligently to get the best up to date information and to make the best decision.  On behalf of the members of the RYS board and as we approach the 2020 fall season, here is an update.

 

Per the Commonwealth of Mass, Soccer is now classified in the Moderate Risk Sport category and is permitted to participate in Level 1, 2 and 3 type of play.

Type of Play: The following types of play are defined by level from least to greatest risk.

·         Level 1: Individual or socially distanced group activities (no-contact workouts aerobic conditioning, individual skill work, and drills)
 

·         Level 2: Competitive Practices (Intra-team/group games, contact drills and scrimmages)

·         Level 3: Competitions (Inter-team games, meets, matches, races, etc.)

·         Level 4: Tournaments (Outdoor only) NOT PERMITTED IN PHASE III, STEP 1 

 

No more than 25 players on any surface/playing area for team/group sports. No more than 50 people excluding players, coaches, referees, or facility/activity workers in the aggregate in, on, or surrounding any surface/playing area, provided that there is adequate space for all players, coaches, referees, facility/activity workers and spectators to maintain at least six feet social distancing, recognizing that for some moderate and high risk sports intermittent and limited contact may occur for players.

 

While limiting proximity of participants is the first line of defense to reduce the risk of transmission Facility Operators and Activity Organizers must require facial coverings to be worn by all participants except:

 

• During high intensity aerobic or anaerobic activities.

• When distancing of 6 feet or more is possible between participants whenever feasible; or

• For individuals that are unable to wear a face covering due to a medical condition or disability

 

Even though this news is exciting for soccer, we cannot stress enough the importance of the responsibilities we have to our children and all families involved in our sport for their health, safety and well-being. This is a privilege we have been given and we must stay true to our word that we will follow the CDC, State DPH, US Soccer and local guidelines in all that we do.

See the Return to Soccer Activities link below for the latest information: https://www.mayouthsoccer.org/return-to-soccer-activities/


Based on all of the information currently available, RYS for this fall season will only be offering town recreational games for second grade players and up.  [RW4] 

What this will mean:

·         No pre-kindergarten, kindergarten or first grade programs

·         No SSSL travel games for our Storm players

·         No clinics or practices/training

·         Town recreational games on Saturdays only in a 7v7 or a 9v9 format

 

The fall program will be $25 and will be 4-5 weeks long.  All spring registration fees from 2020 will be refunded

Please complete the following survey by no later than Monday, August 17th so we can gauge interest and participation given these conditions.

https://forms.gle/AyqPkqM1CbKXCMdF7

More specific details to follow as we follow the direction of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and Mass Youth Soccer.

It has been an unprecedented past few months not just for RYS and the soccer community at large, but also world-wide as a whole for every manner of societal interaction, with the Covid-19 virus circulating practically every continent and crippling life as we know it. 

Our goal is to get the children to play again in a safe environment and we are committed and strive to give your children the best experience possible for the good of soccer[RW5] .

Please stay safe and remain healthy and thank you for being a part of RYS.

 

Sincerely,

 

Haresh Daryanani

RYS President on behalf of the RYS volunteer Board of Directors

 

Player Development Model

US Soccer's Player Development Model can be found HERE

Coaches Courses

US Soccer is excited to offer 4v4, 7v7, 9v9 and 11v11 courses. The new Grassroots Licensing Courses will consist of four (4) in-person experiences and four (4) online experiences. Prospective coaches will have the option to engage in any of these new courses - in any sequence - after completing a free introductory module provided by U.S. Soccer.

https://dcc.ussoccer.com/

 

 

 

Fields, Schedules and Updates

RYS Apparel, Click here.  

 


 

Field Usage Schedule:  Click here.

Field Lining Schedule:  Click here.

Field Home Games Schedule (w/ Refs):  Click here.

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