Return to Play Plans
The “green light” to return to competitive youth soccer continues to depend on the Governor of the state of Washington and on on approvals from various health organizations.
We are currently in Phase 1 of a four-phase state plan to reopen the economy. Please see state chart below.
We are hopeful that with new safety protocols in place, we can return to the soccer fields in the near future. Please see our Safe Soccer guidelines below for returning to play.
While more delays are a possibility, the PSPL is doing its best to make sure there are options for teams to play competitive soccer as soon as possible.
Remember: all US Club Soccer-sanctioned events are suspended until May 18.
It appears that some form of re-opening is imminent for clubs and players. A date in June appears to be the likely target for small-group training. Governor would have to declare we've moved to Phase 2.
The second phase is the Reboot - or the PSPL Summer League. The league is for all ages to help clubs and players re-enter the playing field at a steady and moderated pace. We have outlined different start options based on when officials give us the green light.
Finally, the Restart represents the end of the summer league and the beginning of the fall season. It will include WA Cup tournaments in August and the restart of the Fall League in September.
PSPL remains open and available to answer your questions as you plan to restart your soccer season. For more information, or general questions, please contact the league or email email@example.com.
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2020 LEAGUE DATES
Start Date Options for Preliminary Planning Purposes Only:
Not Yet Confirmed and Will Be Based On Government Guidance