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COVID-19 Information
Fremont Centerville Little League Safety Plan


Updated on April 6, 2021


COVID-19 Safety Precautions/Plan and Participation Rules – February 24, 2021

1. All field time is assigned by Fremont Centerville Little League. Teams may only use fields during their scheduled field time. There are no open times. All use is scheduled specifically by team.

2. As per State and Alameda Guidelines, only Fremont Centerville Little League recognized teams of the same consistent pods/groups may have access to fields and equipment. Use is permitted by FCLL designated pods/teams. No extra players, siblings, “call ups,” or rotational players can play or practice with a team to which they are not assigned at any time.

3. Teams must remain stable for at least three weeks. In other words, children should not change groups from week to week. And as per State or Alameda County guidelines, players may only participate in the allowable number of different activity units/groups within a three week period.

4. Parents, grandparents, siblings or other household members besides the team’s rostered players and coaches may be in attendance at any game or practice for purposes of age appropriate supervision but must wait along the field sidelines or outside the outfield fencing. They may NOT wait in or near the bleacher areas or in or near dugouts. All visitors must wear face coverings and must maintain a minimum 6-feet distance from anyone not part of their household.

5. Carpools are not permitted other than by members of the same family living in the same household. All players must arrive by parent or guardian.

6. All players and coaches should take their temperature before leaving for any practice and will be instructed that they are not permitted to attend if their temperature is over 100.4 degrees.

7. All players and coaches will be instructed to stay home if they have any symptoms of illness including, but not limited to: temperature, cough, sore throat, sneezing, body aches, loss of sense of smell, difficulty breathing, or fatigue.

8. As per State or Alameda County guidelines, stable teams may share equipment, like baseballs and softballs, and equipment should be cleaned daily at minimum. Players must bring their own water bottle, glove, helmet, batting gloves, or any other personal equipment. No such equipment may be used by multiple players. Players should purchase their own helmets. If bats are shared, they should be cleaned and disinfected between uses.

9. No catchers may be used unless they are (a) wearing their own personally owned catcher’s gear; and (b) using their own personal glove. No shared use of catcher’s gear or gloves is allowed.

10. All coaches should bring hand sanitizer or wipes to practice and make them available before and after practice. Hand sanitizer and wipes will be provided to coaches by FCLL as available, but players should bring their own sanitizer if possible.
 
11. Equipment should not be stored in dugouts. Each player should have their equipment in their own bag. For practices, each player’s equipment bag should be placed along the inside of the fence, at least 6 feet apart from the next player’s equipment.

12. All players and coaches shall be instructed to shower and change their clothes immediately after returning home from practice.

13. No handshakes, fist bumps, elbow bumps, or contact of any kind is allowed at any time.

14. Players should be kept 6 feet apart, including in dugouts. Dugouts may not be used by entire teams. If teams desire to have players sit, players should be instructed to bring their own chairs and chairs should be spread out behind dugouts, outside of the fence, a minimum of 6 feet apart.

15. Players are not permitted to gather or huddle around batting cages. A maximum of one player per lane in the batting cage and one player waiting by the batting cage door is allowed. All other players should be elsewhere on the field, at least 6 feet apart.

16. There will be no use of the snack shack at this time.

17. All practices are strictly limited to 90-120 minutes. Activity or gatherings of any kind before or after practice or “extra” practice time are prohibited. There is no loitering at the field before or after practice. The team manager should arrive early to assure that all protocols are followed and should not leave until all players have been picked up.

18. Non-baseball gatherings at the fields are strictly prohibited. There are no snacks after practice, gatherings, or celebrations of any kind. No food should be brought to practice and players should not share water bottles or other drinks at any time. Sunflower seeds are prohibited at this time.

19. Participation in Fremont Centerville Little League practice activities at this time is intended to provide a safe, socially distant physical fitness activity for players, allowing parents to focus on working at home, providing essential services, or contributing to an essential business or activity.

20. Managers, coaches and players must wear personal protective equipment face coverings or surgical masks at this time.


Contact

Fremont Centerville Little League
P.O. Box 1595 
Fremont, California 94538

Phone: 510-657-6944
Email: [email protected]

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