Previous guidelines indicated that the league could play at the Maryland SoccerPlex only with players, coaches and officials.
One parent will be allowed to attend per child – other spectators are still barred from the games.
The executive director told FOX 5 they are not planning to have any spectators inside any indoor facilities, although they were approved.
The county declined to grant a waiver for mask mandates and maintained that no teams from outside the District, Maryland, and Virginia could visit the facility.
The league is operating under the following guidelines:
- Players and coaches must complete an electronic health check before every game date confirming that they’ve been asymptomatic and have not had a fever within 24 hours before a game
- Masks must be worn at all times by adults and children
- Sanitation stations have been added to each field grouping
- Game start times may be adjusted to allow for fewer people at the facility
The Montgomery County Council will meet this Friday at 1 p.m. to introduce, hold a public hearing and vote on an amended health regulation that may update the guidance on youth sports in the county. To testify, click here.