1. ***NEW RULE*** No artificial Noise Makers are allowed at or during any CASL games. This includes but is not limited to Air Horns, Megaphones, Drums, Music and any electronic device that is used to make noise. If someone is using these types of devices at or during a CASL game, they will be asked to leave the premises. The referee is allowed to use a traditional or electronic whistle at and during a CASL game.
CASL recommends that all spectators wear a mask unless you have a medical condition that prohibits you from wearing one. CASL also recommend that everyone practice social distancing as prescribed by the State of Alabama. Let's do all that we can, so that the children can play soccer. If you or your child have symptoms or are exposed to the COVID-19 Virus or Flu before the game please do not come to the game.
Please read and comply with the Governor's Safer at Home Order 8/27/2020. Please comply with the rules and suggestions of all of the CASL clubs and their cities and counties in which they play in concerning Covid-19. Please remember that the games are for the children and that we want them to have a safe environment to have fun in while playing the greatest game in the world. Some of the clubs have modified where the teams and the parents will sit, please comply with their wishes for this season.
CASL does not recommend that the teams be on the same side of the field as the spectators. Trying to control parents and others from mingling with the children is a big concern. Only adults that have had a background check and other requirements are allowed to be on the team's sideline. You as a club take on a huge responsibility to make sure that only approved coaches and managers are in the same area as the players. Next spring season CASL will not allow teams to be on opposite sides of the fields. The teams can easily create social distancing from each other and from their opponents without moving across the field. Our suggestion is that parents and spectators from one team sit across from their team and the other parents and spectators do the same using the halfway line as a boundary.