NSC Health and Safety Guidelines

Neenah Soccer Club (NSC) is dedicated to protecting the health and safety of our soccer community. We want nothing more than to be out playing on the fields, but this must be done with strict focus on the safety of players, coaches, referees and families, while following state, regional and local recommendations and taking into account local conditions surrounding COVID-19. 

Using resources like U.S. Soccer's "Play On" protocol, along with COVID-19 information published by the Winnebago County Health Department (WCHD), U.S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and the Wisconsin Youth Soccer Association (WYSA), Neenah Soccer Club has developed a return to play plan and incident/exposure protocols that are intended to both keep us safe and allow us to continue playing soccer. 

We will continue to monitor local and regional data and will take necessary steps with guidance from these partner organizations and resources. The information listed below is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment; we are not medical professionals. However, these protocols, which we will continue to follow moving forward, have been approved by the WCHD and we believe to be in the best interest of all players, coaches and families. Should you not wish to comply with these protocols, we ask that you do not participate in Neenah Soccer Club activities.

COVID Exposure Protocols

Neenah Soccer Club’s Exposure Protocols have been developed using information from the Center for Disease Control (CDC) and the Winnebago County Health Department (WCHD), and have been approved by the WCHD. We are not medical professionals, however, these are the protocols the club will follow moving forward. 

If you have additional questions, please contact your family’s physician or the WCHD COVID-19 Hotline at (920) 232-3026. 

NSC is following the Covid protocol of the Neenah Joint School District (NJSD). Here is a link to the current Parent Covid Decision Grid from NJSD.  As NJSD changes its Covid protocol, NSC will as well.

Player Responsibilities

  • Stay home if you are not feeling well, tested positive for Covid, have a Covid test pending or a member in your household has a Covid test pending, or if you are unvaccinated and are a close contact to a household member who has Covid.
  • Let your parent/coach know if you are not feeling well.

Parent Responsibilities

  • Wash/Sanitize player's equipment (including pinnies) after each training/game.
  • Notify the club if your child has tested positive for Covid or a member in your household has tested positive for Covid.