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Cuomo: Some 'low risk' youth sports in New York allowed July 6. Soccer is NOT on the list
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During his daily briefing on Sunday, June 14, 2020, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo said "low-risk" youth sports would be allowed in regions that have entered Phase 3 of reopening.

ALBANY — Good news for families with young children itching to get back out onto the field — some youth sports will be allowed next month in regions of New York in Phase 3 of reopening.

During his daily briefing on Sunday, Gov. Andrew Cuomo said beginning July 6, some "low risk" youth sports can start back up within regions that have entered Phase 3.

Regions in Phase 3 currently include the Finger Lakes, Southern Tier, Central New York, Mohawk Valley and the North Country.

Western New York and the Capital Region are expected to go to Phase 3 on Tuesday and Wednesday, respectively. The Hudson Valley is on pace to hit Phase 3 on June 23.

The youth sports allowed in Phase 3 after July 6 are:

Baseball
Softball
Gymnastics
Field Hockey
Crew
Cross Country

"Young people can engage in sports ... so that's another step towards return to normalcy," Cuomo said Sunday.

Each child is allowed no more than two spectators at an event, Cuomo said.

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Re: Cuomo: Some 'low risk' youth sports in New York allowed July 6. Soccer is NOT on the list
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I can't be the only one confused with the phases, if region are already in phase 3 before july 6: "Western New York and the Capital Region are expected to go to Phase 3 on Tuesday and Wednesday, respectively. The Hudson Valley is on pace to hit Phase 3 on June 23." shouldn't they be allowed to start when they hit phase 3 and all youth sports was supposed to start in phase 4 which is July 8 for Long Island did that just get cancelled or pushed back to whenever?
NYCSL registration deadline is July 15, EDP hasn't put a deadline yet but registration opens on june 15 and I'm sure LIJSL is giving their deadline this week.....

Is the mask too tight and blocking the oxygen for all those making those decisions, an inquiry mind wants to know.

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Larry Miller #740991 06/14/20 02:47 PM
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Only two days earlier than Phase 4 for LI which is scheduled for July 8th so not much of an impact for LI. The July 6th date is when NYC would enter phase 3 so that is much more impactful for NYC for the relevant sports as it accelerates by two weeks.

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UPDATE: Governor's announcement to allow "low-risk" youth sports to resume on July 6 in regions that have entered phase three is for recreational sports ONLY & doesn’t apply to interscholastic or school based athletics.

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What's the difference between Field Hockey and Soccer in terms of contact?

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How is Met Oval getting away with having practices next week?

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What's the difference between Field Hockey and Soccer in terms of contact?
Better lobbying

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Met Oval owns their own field.

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Met Oval owns their own field.

Agree they own them, but can they use them? Aren't they under the same rules that apply to all in NYC?

I don't see other private fields opening. Chelsea Piers as one example...their rooftop and the building are still closed, aren't they?

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Half these clubs doing whatever they want. Cunningham park in Queens has adult softball games all over on weekends game after game? Soccer being played there whole situation makes no logical sense! Field Hockey can and not soccer? Cuomo has no idea what he doing just making stuff up now! Playgrounds and public pools open on Long Island but no soccer?

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Larry Miller #741013 06/15/20 07:28 AM
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Follow the money

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[quote=Anonymous]Half these clubs doing whatever they want. Cunningham park in Queens has adult softball games all over on weekends game after game? Soccer being played there whole situation makes no logical sense! Field Hockey can and not soccer? Cuomo has no idea what he doing just making stuff up now! Playgrounds and public pools open on Long Island but no soccer?

Cuomo makes it look like he's looking out for the kids so they can go out and play however he doesn't care. He set the return date as July 6th , 2 days before Phase 4 the final phase which would begin on July 8th. Marches on the street are okay but kids getting out and playing is high risk.

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He is a joke. Restricting youth sports yet allowing protesting.

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Originally Posted by Larry Miller
UPDATE: Governor's announcement to allow "low-risk" youth sports to resume on July 6 in regions that have entered phase three is for recreational sports ONLY & doesn’t apply to interscholastic or school based athletics.


And what about when day camps open? Are these the only physical activities/ sports that the kids will be able to participate in?

And yes what is the difference between field hockey and soccer or lacrosse?

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Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Larry Miller
UPDATE: Governor's announcement to allow "low-risk" youth sports to resume on July 6 in regions that have entered phase three is for recreational sports ONLY & doesn’t apply to interscholastic or school based athletics.


And what about when day camps open? Are these the only physical activities/ sports that the kids will be able to participate in?

And yes what is the difference between field hockey and soccer or lacrosse?

Just another puzzling example of a Bureaucrat thinking they know better and man does he love the attention. I love how he keeps repeating how great NY is doing. Oh yeah? How did we do in March-May? Maybe the worst in the world. It’s now hit places after us and they are all dealing with this much better. Certainly no 90 degree spikes. So please stop arrogant bureaucrat!

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Originally Posted by Anonymous
[quote=Larry Miller]UPDATE: Governor's announcement to allow "low-risk" youth sports to resume on July 6 in regions that have entered phase three is for recreational sports ONLY & doesn’t apply to interscholastic or school based athletics.


And what about when day camps open? Are these the only physical activities/ sports that the kids will be able to participate in?

And yes what is the difference between field hockey and soccer or lacrosse?

No difference. Little to no risk with kids playing outside. Look if the protesters are getting infected marching in masses I'm sure kids are low risk playing sports.

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The crowds at the beach are far more than any soccer field I've been on, including tournaments. It is patently absurd at this point not to allow teams to get back on the field to train.

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The crowds at the beach are far more than any soccer field I've been on, including tournaments. It is patently absurd at this point not to allow teams to get back on the field to train.


At least some of the town soccer facilities which have been closed, were opened this weekend

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Everyone should be filling out the contact form on ny.gov and flood his email box with getting soccer going. Baseball has had their organizers emailing him for weeks

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The crowds at the beach are far more than any soccer field I've been on, including tournaments. It is patently absurd at this point not to allow teams to get back on the field to train.


At least some of the town soccer facilities which have been closed, were opened this weekend
Wow, which towns?

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Maybe ENYYSA should stop threatening its members' licenses and start doing a little lobbying to the Governor. That field hockey lobby is strong! smh

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July 6 soccer will be allowed in New Jersey as stated by their governor today

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Maybe ENYYSA should stop threatening its members' licenses and start doing a little lobbying to the Governor. That field hockey lobby is strong! smh

So field hockey players can be all over each other, baseball and softball players can ALL touch the same ball, lick their fingers and such; don't gymnasts require spots? Don't they touch bars and rings and horses? How is soccer left out of this? Absurd!

Exactly right! Perhaps ENYYSA should start advocating for their clients!

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July 6 soccer will be allowed in New Jersey as stated by their governor today
Long Island is in Phase 2. Some low risk sports can return on July 6th in Phase 3 LI. Soccer is Phase 4 which is late July? I understand risk and liability but this is getting ridiculous.

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July 6 soccer will be allowed in New Jersey as stated by their governor today

That’s about right. You’re about a month away from seeing any legitimate team training getting green lighted. And that’s assuming no stall or reversal of infection. They want to get schools opened as close to September and on time as possible. So if it means blocking team oriented activities until that point because of a infection increase trend, that will be the priority . NYS has been very conservative in opening, that won’t change unless the governor does. IF there is a HS season (still no guarantee of that) you CAN guarantee it will be inclusive of shortened number of games, length of playoffs and limited spectators. You will be running head first into the standard flu season and ANY illness or sickness will be treated like a case of the clap in a convent. No question most want to play, but have no doubt it’s still very iffy

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