Important Return-to-Play Details and Mandated Protocols
We appreciate your patience and the myriad of support the BFC soccer community has demonstrated during this unprecedented, and at times very confusing period as we work to provide a safe environment for the players and coaches as we move forward to return-to-play.
Below is BFCs' "return to play" protocols describing return-to-training in Phase 3 status. Carefully read the documents listed below that comply with the safety and health requirements set forth by the State of Washington.
The information provided is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice and does not supersede any future directives or restrictions issued from local, state, or federal authorities.
As always, the health and safety of all our players, coaches, and their families come first.
BFC Communicable Disease Waiver - this waiver must be read, understood, and signed by both parents or legal guardians of each participant that attends a Blackhills FC event or activity.
BFC Return-to-Play Player Placement Field Layout - this is the Capital Soccer Fields layout during the Player Placement period.
If you would like additional information, contact James Charette, Blackhills FC Technical Director at firstname.lastname@example.org.