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2021 Covid info

ACYBA Covid guidelines

If a player of coach has a confirmed positive covid test teams can return to play.

7 days after first symptoms of the infected person if:

- no player has any symptoms in those 7 days or

- players test negative for covid


Player or coach who tests positive and any household members can return to play 14 days after first symptoms. 

2020 info Please see above for the latest info

ACYBA Return to Play Guidlines

As required by the MDH and CDC, you are responsible for having read all documents on this site related to COVID-19 and agreeing to all rules contained pertaining to social distancing and participation. 

Below you will find the ACYBA COVID-19 Program Statement and the Action Plan and Procedures documents.  This continues to be a work in progress and additional documents may be added.  Because the COVID-19 situation is fluid and ever changing, these documents may also be updated from time to time.

ACYBA intents to adhere to all guidelines and requirements of the CDC, MDH, and orders of the Minnesota Governors office regarding safe play and returning to the field.  The health and safety of our players, coaches, and their families, our opponents and their families, and the officials to be our first priority.

ACYBA as outlined in these documents will have a designated Social Distancing Director oversee our COVID plan and protocols. 

It is recommended that all participants, coaches and officials take their temperatures prior to attending any practice or game.  Individuals who have a fever which exceeds the CDC and MDH recommendations should stay home.  They should notify the head coach and the ACYBA Social Distancing Director of their absence.    Individuals are also encouraged to get a COVID test to determine their status.


Please read all material contained below!

Other Documents Related to COVID-19 and Youth Sports

Below you will find other published information and resources regarding COVID-19 and Youth Sports.

Return to Play Guidelines

The CDC currently recommends no organized sports or activities, given the many challenges of containing the virus in group settings. So, priority consideration in this document is given to lower-risk forms of participation, most of which involve free play or individual training. As COVID-19 restrictions lift and organized activities return, additional insights will be added.

Estimated field opening date

City Estimated Open Date
Robbinsdale June 15, 2020
Crystal July 1, 2020
New Hope July 1, 2020
Golden Valley July 1, 2020
Plymouth June 8, 2020