Seacoast United Maine is adopting a staged approach to reopening, in alignment with the guidelines provided by the State of Maine. Company policies will be updated as additional information and resources become available.
The state of Maine is allowing for youth sports to compete at Level 6 of their Community Sports Guidelines, allowing for interstate competition as of April 28th, 2021. Please review the Community Sports Guidelines for other requirements during this phase.
As of 4/28/21, Maine's Community Sports Guidelines have been updated to remove the face covering requirement for outdoor athletics. As a result of these changes, Seacoast United Maine will no longer enforce or require face coverings during trainings.
Some important notes to understand regarding games moving forward:
All spectators are able to attend events mask-free as long as they can socially distance during the event. If families are unable to socially distance, Seacoast United Maine will make adjustments to this policy.
INDOOR FACILITY PLANS
Modifications have been made to the foot traffic patterns at the indoor facilities used by our teams and customers. Please view the facility plan designated for your team training session:
Prior to arriving at the facility, parents need to monitor their child for symptoms (to be provided) and know what screening questions the coaches will be asking the players upon check-in. Do not come to training if you are sick.