As leagues have been eager to take club team registrations for Spring 2020, and Fall 2020 and Spring 2021, the NYCSL will not be rushing teams to register to play in the months where there is no vaccine available, and where people aren't practicing the keys to prevent the spread of the virus, which are wearing a mask, Social distancing and washing hands.
The most important thing to take into account is the safety to the players, children and adults, and not to engage in high risk activities due to this deadly virus, which the world is suffering from. This is the reason I had made the decision to temporarily cancel the season until we can safely get back to the field.
As owner of the NYCSL, we shall tentatively look to have a late Spring start by the end of May 2021, when there has been a vaccine implemented that stops the virus, as well as people adopting safe practices, to keep our participation safe at all times.
The NYCSL will announce in the Fall, we will be tentatively accepting open registrations for youth and adult divisions for a late Spring 2021 start, with a modified schedule, focused on limited travel.
As of today, August 20, 2020, the COVID-19 Pandemic has 22,511,187 cases worldwide, with 789,798 deaths.
The months of July and August have had an increase in cases leading to an average of 1,000 Deaths daily. The US total cases are 5,559,547 with 173,798 deaths in the US. Source: Covid-19 Daily Video from Johns Hopkins University
Johns Hopkins University
COVID-19 DATA IN MOTION: THURSDAY, AUGUST 20, 2020
Universities have had to close in classroom classes due to COVID-19 cases spread on and off Campuses.
The NYCSL will be carefully open in 2021 following CDC Guidelines, as well as local and State Government lifting restrictions.
As we all know by now, NY State has not authorized parks to permit parks for the Fall 2020. Please continue to be safe, as we all must prevent further spread.
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