Today BC Soccer released “Return to Play Phase 2” (which aligns with government/ViaSport’s Phase 3 “Progressively Loosen”) that now includes allowance for game play.

You can find the full BC Soccer release and supporting documentation at the below link:
https://www.bcsoccer.net/news/post/bc-soccer-releases-return-to-play-phase-2-governments-phase-3-documents-which-includes-allowance-for-game-play

Phase 2 for soccer allows clubs to collectively introduce limited contact in training followed by game play within cohorts as well as additional playing modifications that take into account the ongoing health and safety protocols.

Richmond FC will be working behind the scenes prior to the start-up of soccer to adapt training and games to the new guidelines/modifications released today while placing the health and well-being of players, coaches, staff, volunteers and referees at the forefront of all planning and activities.

Having just wrapped up the successful delivery of Safe Soccer summer programming (pre-season training and development camps), Richmond FC is excited to welcome everyone back to the fields for the start of the 2020/21 soccer season in September.

Wishing you and your family continued good health.