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Covid Protocols



Safety Protocols and Guidelines

We want to be safe as possible as we restart indoor flag football.   We are taking a conservative approach and the below information will serve as your guide. Every person who attends a game or practice has an obligation to follow the Protocols and Guidelines below before they leave their homes.

Participants includes parents, players, coaches, staff, officials, volunteers, and any spectator.  Our purpose is safety first which includes some of the guidelines steered toward a conservative approach.  We want to ensure all parents and guardians recognized the enhanced risks of being in contact with anyone age 65 or older for 14 days after attending a sport event or practice.

We ask for everyone’s cooperation.


Prior to Practices or Games


  • All Adults to ensure the players and themselves are healthy by checking temperature before activities with others. Do not attend trainings or games if anyone is exhibiting any symptoms of COVID-19 such as fever, cough, difficulty breathing, or other symptoms identified by the CDC. 
  • Players or Adults should not attend trainings or games if they have been in contact with someone with COVID-19 within the past 14 days. 
  • Consider no carpooling or very limited carpooling. 
  • Parents and Players should remain in their car until the designated time of entry and the attendees of the previous event have exited.
  • Parents should maintain least 6 feet from other non-family spectators and should not approach non-family players.
  • Parents or spectators should wear a mask when at practice or games. Players do not have to wear a mask.
  • Bring your own hand sanitizer to practice and games. 
  • Ensure the player has his/her own equipment (gloves, flags, water, bag, etc.) and is told not to share with others. 


Entry and Exiting Requirements into PSA Buildings

  • All Participants must enter and exit through the designated door at the respective building.
  • Monitoring Station will be set up at designated entry point for a thermal check.
  • This includes all Players, Spectators, Coaches, Official, staff, and volunteers must stop at Monitoring station on the way in the building.

Entry Door Monitor stations for the Arenas:


PSA1 - Court Red 1 door, SE Corner

PSA2 - Main/South door

PSA Murphy - East side door

PSA McKinney - East door


Flag Football Practices and Games


  • All players are requested to wear gloves.  The quarterback may elect to not use a glove on the throwing hand.
  • Mouthguards are recommended but not required.
  • Players on the sideline should be 6’ distance between each other.
  • Coaches should avoid clusters when speaking and use a mask.
  • Water bottles should have players name on it.
  • No Spitting.
  • Officials should wear mask pre-game and post-game.  Use social distancing during pre-game meetings.
  • Officials will disinfect game balls prior and after the game.
  • Keep Player belongings separate.
  • Notify your coach or manager immediately if the player becomes ill for any reason.
  • Do NOT engage in handshaking, hugs, high fives, during training or games.
  • When game and practice is over everyone should leave the arena immediately so the next event can arrive at the arena.


 General for Everyone


  • 6 feet distancing by all families.
  • 1 family member and no siblings (initially).
  • Stay at home if sick.
  • Reinforce handwashing and/or use of hand sanitizer.
  • NO spitting; encourage covering for coughs and sneezes.
  • Masks are recommended to be used by all spectators.


We all must be mindful of one another and work together to follow the guidelines to ensure the safety of all those who attend practices and games.  Please let us know if you have any questions or need clarification on the guidelines. 


Other important information pertaining to flag football:


Game Scores and Evaluations

Coaches, after every game, teams must enter the score through COACHES TOOLS. Once you have entered the score, you will be prompted to evaluate the game refs. Please take a few minutes to do this and help improve our referee training and program.


Code of Conduct


Please review our COACHES CODE OF CONDUCT and have parents review our PARENTS CODE OF CONDUCT. We want everyone to have a safe and enjoyable experience based on good sportsmanship and clean competition.



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