Montana Youth Soccer to Reinstate All Activities Effective June 1st
As announced on May 22nd and effective June 1st, Montana Youth Soccer has reinstated all soccer activities as sanctioned. These activities include games, friendlies, tournaments, clinics, coaching education courses and MDP programming.
In addition, and in conjunction with the increased gathering size permitted in Phase 2 of Governor Bullock’s Reopening the Big Sky plan, Version 3 of MYSA’s Return-to-Play Protocols allows spectators to watch the action from outside their vehicle, effective June 1st.
Parents and spectators are permitted to observe practices and games from designated viewing areas as long as they maintain physical distancing. Clubs will be responsible for monitoring and enforcing physical distancing during all hosted activities, and spectators will do their part by following physical distancing measures when watching from outside their vehicle.
When hosting or operating any soccer activities during Phase 2, clubs will be responsible for adhering to MYSA’s Return-to-Play Protocols. Clubs are welcome to enforce their own stricter protocols, but each club must at a minimum abide by the standards MYSA has outlined.
MYSA reserves the right to amend its decisions on sanctioned activities and timelines to best adapt to and reflect new information and guidelines provided by the Governor’s office.