COVID Resources and Modifications Spring 2022

Last Revision as of 5/12/22


The BAYS BOD voted to bring back the modification of the make up window for those games where one or both teams cannot field a team due to players with COVID or isolating due to potential exposure etc.

   For teams in non-MTOC sections the make up window is extended 5 weeks for those games IMPACTED by COVID, for games not impacted by COVID the current window of three weeks (the extended window for week 1 and 2 expires 5/15)

    For teams in MTOC sections, all games must be played by Saturday June 11 no matter what caused the postponement.  COVID postponements for the next two weeks will extend the make up window fo June 11.  The normal MTOC postponement rules for matches scheduled for May 28 and beyond is in effect - see Match rule 8 reschedule chart


The safety of our communities is our main concern. Every player, coach, referee, and spectator is required to adhere to all published guidelines and protocols, including all revisions made available, from the federal, state, or local government and their agents, as well as MA Youth Soccer, MSRC, BAYS, and town soccer organizations.

Please note that when guidance conflicts among your local Board of Health and that of our soccer organizations, that the strictest one governs.  Please check with your local Board of Health before the season to ensure you have the latest guidance.

MYSA has revised guidance as of March 11.  Link is

Attendance Logs are not required but suggested. Should a positive COVID infection arise, the coach would need to be able to construct a list of who was at the practices and games during the potential contagious period.

 Each club needs a COVID Safety Officer but there is no need for a Team COVID Coordinator for each team as there was in the past.