GYS is a program whose mission is to build strong physical and social skills for the kids through the sport of soccer. GYS provides young players in our community the opportunity to play and enjoy the game of soccer. By ensuring that they learn, compete, and have fun, players will learn valuable physical and social skills that will assist them in life on and off the field. On this site you should be able to find everything you need to know about GYS from team schedules and player registration, to how you can help by volunteering your time. We continue to update the site regularly, so please remember to add a bookmark and visit often.
“Outdoor Competitions & Tournaments: No more than 25 players on any surface/playing areas for team/group sports. No more than 100 people including participants, players, coaches, volunteers, spectators in the aggregate in, on, or surrounding any surface/playing area or start/finish lines at any one time, provided that there is adequate space for all participants, players, coaches, volunteers and spectators to maintain at least six feet social distancing, recognizing that for some moderate risk sports intermittent contact may occur for players. Spectators must wear facial coverings and maintain six feet of social distance at all times. For competitions and tournaments in the water, the aforementioned limitation applies to any applicable activities on land. No spectators allowed for sports and activities played by individuals 18 years and older.“
New guidelines from Gov. Baker take place tomorrow 8/11/2020 and further limit outdoor gatherings to less than 50 people.
Please be aware that while the Summer Clinic is a Seacoast United program it does have an impact on the neighbors and community as a whole. Failure to follow these guidelines could result in fines and loss of our field use permit.
On behalf of Groveland Youth Soccer, I wanted to reach out to you regarding the 2020 spring soccer season and the COVID-19 pandemic. We are operating with an abundance of caution and at this time the soccer season will be postponed. We do hope that we can still have a season, but much remains day-to-day. We will continue to follow Mass Youth Soccer, State and Federal guidelines to determine when it is appropriate to begin soccer activities. The health of everyone is a priority of GYS, we will strive to ensure no unnecessary risks are taken.