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Current policy on masks for the Fall 2021 season
PCSL is following current IDPH & CDC recommendations as of 8/11/2021:
IDPH All Sports Policy 8/11/2021
Outdoors- Regardless of vaccination status, individuals may engage in training, competition, and other active exercise without wearing a mask for all sports played outdoors. Spectators who are not fully vaccinated should wear a mask in attendance at outdoor youth sports events if unable to maintain recommended physical distance of at least 6 feet from non-household members.
Indoors - For sports played indoors, individuals aged two years and older who can medically tolerate a mask, regardless of vaccination status, must wear a mask and maintain physical distancing to the extent possible. All spectators, regardless of vaccination status, should wear a mask in attendance at indoor youth sports events.
*Please note that this policy is subject to change at any time as recommendations and guidelines are continually changing. The FC Central Illinois Board will strive to keep up with the recommendations of our local health officials as we make decisions on policy.
* When weather requires additional clothing, it is to be worn under the uniform, including the socks.
Spring 2022 season dates
U5 & U6 Program
1 hr. sessions, 6 weeks
Begins week of March 28 at Game Time Gym
U7 through High School League
Practices can begin: March 14
Games: Apr. 2, 9, 16, 23, 30, May 7
PCSL is a recreational youth soccer league offering soccer to children ages 4 to 19. It is our mission as a nonprofit organization to cultivate the physical, mental, and emotional growth and development of youth through the sport of soccer at all levels of age and ability.
PCSL encourages participation in youth soccer for what it is - youngsters having fun. Coaches, parents and spectators should show only good adult behavior on the sidelines and act as role models for the younger players.
PCSL relies on volunteers to coach our teams. We appreciate the time, effort and dedication our volunteers give! Volunteers make a unique and valuable contribution to the League, the kids, their families and the community.
To all FCCI/PCSL families: As the days get shorter and we see the end of our fall season, I felt it was a time to reflect on the many changes and successes we have had over the last year while looking forward and sharing some big news with you all that will impact our…Read More
PCSL Families, We are pleased to announce the addition of Craig Lee to our staff as the Youth Technical Director for PCSL. In this role, Craig will be responsible for coaching education and curriculum design for our PCSL program. Craig’s soccer background started here with PCSL at the age of 10 and then progressed to the…Read More