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Covid-19 Information for Registration Programs.

The following precautions and policies are constantly amended based upon updated guidance from the CDC, ACA and state Health Departments. This information represents our policies as of 4/8/21.

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For every session, you attend you must complete the Daily Wellness Form prior to signing in. Click the blue-button and complete the form if you have camp or class today. 

Please find below some further information on how USG is moving forward with programming. Note that some information may change over time as recommendations/guidance change or are updated. Where USG coaches are hired to coach on a program run by another Organization our coaches will follow the guidelines put in place by that Organization, not the USG guidelines as stated below. 

Points below relate to both weekly classes (where a class runs once per week for a series of weeks) and camps (multiple days at the same site during one week) unless a specific program type is denoted after the point. If a number appears in parentheses following a point, then further information on this topic can be found by scrolling down to the Indoor & Outdoor Protocols (covering social distancing, face masks, etc) or the Additional Info & FAQ section (numbered questions/ answers). For information on Soccer Team Training, click here

More information on current state guidelines for sports activities can be found here: Connecticut, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania

Coaching Staff
  • Follow expanded sign-in procedure. Groups are to be separated upon arrival. (FAQ #3)
  • Before the start of the session, explain guidelines to parents and participants.
  • Assign each player personal equipment upon arrival. No pinnies to be used.
  • All children on Squirts classes will return to parents for water break. (FAQ #2)
  • Encourage players to apply hand sanitizer, by parent or self-administered, during each water break & each sports rotation.   
  • All equipment is disinfected prior to and at the end of each session.
  • Implement new curriculum activities, encouraging individual learning where possible.
  • Wear a face mask during the session (see Indoor & Outdoor Protocols for more info)
  • No spitting on the field at any time (water or saliva)
  • Wash your hands prior to arrival.
  • Come fully dressed and ready to play.
  • No touching equipment such as goals, throw down markers, or cones.
  • Go to the bathroom before attending. Bathrooms may not be available at the site.
  • Face masks are to be worn during sign-in and sign-out of ALL sessions.
  • For Outdoor Weekly Class Sessions, face masks are not required for participants while participating in high-intensity activity. However, they should be worn during breaks when 6ft distance from others cannot be maintained.
  • For Outdoor Weeklong Camps, face masks are not required for participants while they are in their camp group. Face masks should be worn during pro-longed breaks, e.g. bathroom breaks.
  • For Indoor Sessions, face masks are required for participants on any occasion where the child is not participating in high intensity activity. Please see the “Masks & Face Coverings” section below for more details.
  • Participants 2 years old or younger do not need to wear a mask.
  • Follow all guidelines as directed by the coach.
Parents & Guardians
  • Communicate with your children about all Player Guidelines.
  • Follow correct procedures pre-arrival, for sign-in & viewing. (FAQ #3, 4, 5) 
  • Avoid carpooling players from different households where possible.
  • Where possible only one guardian should attend per participant.
  • Arrive no more than 5 minutes prior to your start time.
  • Once your child is signed out please leave immediately. 
  • Social distance while viewing the session and wear a face mask when required (see Indoor & Outdoor Protocols for more info)
  • Inform USG any time your child misses a session through illness.

Indoor & Outdoor Protocols

Social Distancing


All indoor sports classes are limited to 10 participants. However, if the number of individuals who are necessary for the class, such as coaches and parents that need to stay due to the age of the child (3 to 4) exceeds 10, the class may proceed if no unnecessary individuals such as spectators are present.

Individuals shall remain 6 feet apart from one another whenever possible. This applies to participants, coaching staff, and parents/guardians. Use of signs, tapes, or physical barriers will be used to assist with guiding social distancing requirements. All indoor facilities will have signage in highly visible locations with reminders regarding social distancing protocols, face-covering requirements, and good hygiene practices.


All sessions have been redesigned with social distancing in mind. Group huddles will be eliminated, and there will be no high fives or any unnecessary contact between participants. We will minimize the number of times that your child will come within 6 feet of another child. For specific information on how your session will adapt to changes, please click here to view the curriculum updates and session structures for your program.

Masks & Face Coverings

In addition to the USG guidelines below, some programs may experience additional rules based on specific town’s guidelines and protocols. In this case, the town’s guidelines should be followed.


Staff: All USG staff will be provided with cloth face covering for the duration of the program. Staff will be required to wear face coverings at all times when coaching and when social distancing of 6 feet cannot be maintained, and when the staff is engaged with individuals not in their assigned group.

Parents & Guardians: All parents and guardians must wear a face mask for the duration of the programs, regardless if they are over 6ft apart from another individual.

Participants: Children should wear cloth or disposable masks when not engaging in high intensity activity. This includes during sign-in and sign-out, during all breaks and when using any onsite facilities, such as bathrooms. Face masks are not required when children are engaged in high intensity activity. When face coverings are not worn, efforts will be made to maintain at least 6ft from others. Participants 2 years old or younger do not need to wear a mask. (See NJDOH guidelines here)


Staff: All USG staff will be provided with cloth face covering for the duration of the program. Staff will be required to wear face coverings at all times when coaching and when social distancing of 6 feet cannot be maintained, and when the staff is engaged with individuals not in their assigned group.

Parents & Guardians: All parents and guardians must wear a face mask during sign-in and sign-out. At all other times, masks are required at times when social distancing of 6 feet cannot be maintained

Participants: For Outdoor Weekly Class Sessions, face masks are required for participants while not engaging in high-intensity activity. This includes during sign-in and sign-out, when using any onsite facilities (such as bathrooms), and during breaks when 6ft distance from others cannot be maintained. Face masks are not required when children are engaged in high-intensity activity. For Outdoor Weeklong Camps, face masks are not required for participants while they are in their camp group, but face masks should be worn during pro-longed breaks, e.g. bathroom breaks and during sign-in and sign-out. Participants 2 years old or younger do not need to wear a mask. (See NJDOH guidelines here)

Infection Control Strategies, Cleaning, and Disinfection

The daily drop off for participants will be staggered. A 10 to 15 minute gap has been built into the schedule to stagger the arrival and departure of the participants of each class. Staff, parents, and campers will educated in COVID-19 safety measures including: Staying home when ill, proper hand hygiene and respiratory etiquette, avoiding touching your face as much as possible, reporting any signs of illness and symptoms to the head staff member immediately.


Doors and windows of the facility will be kept open where possible to improve ventilation. Hand sanitizer, disinfecting wipes, soap, and water, or other sanitizing materials will be readily available for all attendees at entrances, exits, and any other area prone to gathering or high traffic. The frequent cleaning and disinfecting, particularly of high-touch surfaces will take place, in accordance with CDC recommendations.


When you arrive at any registration program you will be required to line up to sign-in. Markers will be placed much as you see at local stores to ensure that 6ft is kept between all participants and also the coach. A coach will ask you questions about your child’s health much as you would be asked at the local doctor's surgery. You’ll then proceed to your assigned area as directed by the coach.

You are required to provide hand sanitizer for your child for all programs. On all weekly programs, children will experience water breaks approximately every 10 minutes. We suggest this is a good time to re-apply. For all camp programs, hand sanitizer breaks will be built into the schedule and encouraged on all water, snack, and bathroom breaks.

Sports Activities & Curriculum

Modified curriculums have been created for all sports that take place on every sports class USG operates. All participants will continue to develop in the chosen sport and enjoy learning in our new format. Participants will not share equipment with one another (where possible) If the equipment is shared, coaching staff are aware of the sanitation procedures (balls, sticks, etc.) and sufficient disinfecting products have been made available. 

To view samples of how Squirts Classes, Tennis Classes & Camps will be structured, click here.


Our Indoor curriculum allow for social distancing, and to limit the time players spend in close proximity to each other. The focus will be on team skills and drills, individual development, relay races, etc.  There will be no scrimmaging, high fives, handshakes, group huddles, etc.


Participants will participate in plenty of fun challenges against other participants with social distancing measures in place. Scrimmages are permitted outdoors and will be incorporated into sports sessions where appropriate. Coaches will continue to promote social distancing, where possible, during these scrimmages and challenges.

Staff Training

In addition to the staff training that would normally take place for all USG programs, all USG staff will learn:

  • Basic principles of emergency first aid,
  • Bloodborne pathogens
  • Infection control, handwashing practices
  • COVID-19 signs and symptoms.

This will take place during our in-person and online pre-camp staff orientation. 

Screening & Admittance

Each day, parents of participants will be required to complete an online form that asks the following questions:

  1. Has the participant had a fever of 100.4 degrees Fahrenheit or higher in the last 24hrs?
  2. Does the participant had any of the following symptoms: Fever/chills, Cough, Shortness of breath, Fatigue, Loss of taste or smell, Sore throat, Muscle or body aches, Diarrhea, Congestion or runny nose
  3. Has the participant tested positive for COVID-19 within the last 10 days?
  4. Has the participant been in contact with anyone who has tested positive for Covid-19 within the last 10 days?

For all indoor camps and programs parents, guardians, participants, and all spectators will be screened, via contactless temperature check upon entrance to the indoor facility

If any exposure or signs and symptoms of COVID-19 are observed, participants will not be admitted onto the program and USG will document, and for any confirmed cases will follow the COVID-19 Case Reporting.  

Covid-19 Case Reporting

If an individual on a USG program is sick and there is any suspicion of COVID symptoms, USG head office will immediately notify the parents of any child and any staff member that was part of the infected child’s group (family). The identity of the individual will never be disclosed.

Contact the local Health Authority that has jurisdiction over the area where the class is located. Any such notification is limited to positive COVID-19 test results and not general illness of campers or staff

General Overview
Each day before arrival you will be required to complete the Daily Wellness Form to confirm the participant is healthy and has not been exposed to Covid-19.
  • If anyone in your household has been diagnosed with COVID-19; the participant must quarantine for 14 days before attending sports.
  • If player has any symptoms of Covid-19 including cough, shortness of breath, or a temperature of 100.4, please stay home.
  • If anyone in your household has a fever of 100.4 please do not attend the session.
  • If anyone in your household has returned from any U.S. state or territory beyond the immediate region (New York, Connecticut, Pennsylvania, and Delaware) and they have not been fully vaccinated, before they can attend any sports program they must quarantine for 7-10 days (see state advisories for more info).
    State Travel Advisory Information: New Jersey, New York, Connecticut, Pennsylvania.
  • On all programs, players will be split into their groups upon arrival & groups will not intermingle at any point.
  • Group sizes will be reduced to help ensure CDC guidelines are followed.
  • Bring a face mask and hand sanitizer to every session.
  • If required, bring a clearly marked medical bag (e.g. Epipen, Inhaler, etc.).
  • Guardians will be expected to accompany children to bathroom facilities where available. (Weekly programs only) (FAQ#6)
  • Sharing of group equipment (such as cones, colored spots, etc.) will be minimal, if at all, for each session.
  • All participants will receive their own equipment to use for each session.
  • No physical contact such as high fives, celebrations, etc.
  • If you have to cough/sneeze, do so into your arm.
  • Follow CDC guidelines as necessary.


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