Return to Play Indoor Adidas Sportsplex Safety Guidelines

Return To Play Safety Plan Updated Nov 19

Pinnacles FC Return to Play Plan Updated May 25

As you may have heard or seen, today the BC government announced its Restart Plan. We are pleased
that the plan includes the easing of restrictions for sport and soccer, some that take effect today and
ease further over time.
We received zero lead time to these announcements; therefore, we are still working through the details
on what is allowed. Below we share the Restart Plan chart information relating to travel and sport.

Based on the chart and information available on the BC Government website, we are sharing what we
know today and are advising all members and affiliated clubs that as of today, the following applies to
sanctioned soccer activity in BC:
- Outdoor soccer can occur for both youth and adults with the following restrictions:
o Travel must be kept to the travel regions as defined by the BC Government:
▪ Lower Mainland and Fraser Valley
▪ Northern/Interior
▪ Vancouver Island
o Players can participate in contact training (within their travel region):
▪ With their home club/team, and/or
▪ With another organization offering supplemental training.
o Organized gameplay must be “local”.
▪ ViaSport has advised that “local” is currently defined as “in-club”.
o Spectators are not allowed yet for outdoor soccer.
o Soccer activity must occur on the assigned field.


This Return to Play Plan is intended to be used for the purposes set in this document. While we have written this RTPP with relevant and timely information, information known about the COVID-19 coronavirus and recommended health and safety measures can rapidly change no guarantee can be given as to completeness of any information provided in this RTPP. In the event of an ambiguity or conflict between this RTPP, its referenced documents and the Public Health Act, regulations or orders thereunder, the Public Health Act, regulations and orders prevail. Nothing in this document is intended to provide legal advice.

 Anyone choosing to participate in any Club program does so at their voluntary and sole risk. Choosing to participate is a personal decision that must be made with full information. Where a participant is identified as a “high risk” individual doctor’s permission is strongly recommended before participation in any Pinnacles FC activities.