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RISE BFF Day

RISE BFF Day

RISE BFF DAY πŸ’›
FEBRUARY 13 & 20

This is going to be a blast for our RISE Recreational Preschool and Grade School players! On Saturdays, September February 13 & 20, currently registered RISE Rec players are encouraged to bring their besties or siblings for some fun mini soccer games. So your player has 6 best friends? Bring them all! Literally. This is an awesome opportunity to show off your club to friends who are thinking of joining RISE. Eligible birth years for recreational player participation are 2017(U4) - 2009 (U12). We look forward to seeing our returning, new and prospective players.

Players not currently registered for RISE Rec, but are interested, may participate in RISE BFF Day. However, as a condition of participation, players not currently registered with RISE must check in at the tent (will be located near the fields) and sign a waiver to participate. We recommend showing up 30 minutes prior to the stated start time to facilitate the check in process. All participants will need to wear appropriate sports attire, to include soccer cleats and shin guards.

Central - McGovern Park
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9:00 a.m. - 10:30 a.m.
Field 6: 2017, 2016 (U4/U5)
Field 5: 2014, 2013 (U7/U8)

10:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Field 6: 2015 (U6)
Field 5: 2012, 2011, 2010, 2009 (U9 - U12)


Southwest - Camp Sienna

9:00 a.m. - 10:30 a.m.
Field 14: 2017, 2016 (U4/U5)
Field 15: 2014, 2013 (U7/U8)

10:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Field 14: 2015 (U6)
Field 15: 2012, 2011, 2010, 2009 (U9 - U12)


Check-In
McGovern - Entrance tent
Camp Sienna - The Pavilion

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HEALTH PROTOCOLS FOR RISE BFF DAYS πŸ’›

For the safety of everyone concerned, all RISE staff will wear masks and we ask families to adhere to the following protocols:

  • Parents should monitor their children's health. Players exhibiting any COVID-19 symptoms should refrain from participating in BBF Day activities.
  • Spectators (parents and older siblings) will be asked to remain on the sidelines, wear masks and practice social distancing (at least 6 feet of separation).
  • Camp Sienna only: There is a mandatory limit of no more than one spectator per player participating in Field Day games. For example, one parent may certainly bring his/her child and a friend(s) but each player cannot have multiple spectators(family members or other friends) on the sidelines.

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