COVID-19 Plan

Our COVID-19 Plan is based on the Government of Saskatchewan's Re-open Saskatchewan Plan, which is subject to change.

To help keep our players safe and healthy, all players must follow the guidelines in our COVID-19 plan, which is based on the Re-open Saskatchewan Plan. If you have any questions about this plan, please contact the Play Sask team.

Captains must share this COVID-19 plan with their teammates. Players must follow any guidelines in place from the establishment where games are being held.

Maintain physical distancing:

  • Leagues will be limited to a maximum of 50 people.

  • Games will be limited to a maximum of 30 people.

  • On the bench and when visiting before, during and after games, players must maintain physical distancing with a minimum of two metres of space between individuals.

  • Games will be 40 minutes in length with 20 minutes between games to promote physical distancing between teams and to give staff and teams time to disinfect equipment.

  • Staff will discourage people from gathering.

  • Chewing tobacco, sunflower seeds, spitting, sharing beverage containers and other similar behaviours are not permitted.

  • Players must wear masks when entering and exiting the facility.

  • No spectators are allowed at games.

  • Roster changes are allowed mid-season if the player being replaced hasn’t attended two games in a row and will not be returning.

Sanitize equipment and wash hands frequently:

  • Play Sask staff will disinfect equipment before and after each game.

  • Players should wash or sanitize their hands before the game, on breaks, at half-time, and after the game.

  • Play Sask staff will provide hand sanitizer.

No handshakes, high fives or after-game cheers:

  • Congratulatory gestures, such as high fives and handshakes, are not permitted.

  • Try to minimize cheering and whistling as much as possible.

Do not play if you are feeling unwell:

  • Players who are sick or symptomatic must not participate. If a player is sick or symptomatic, they should use the Government of Saskatchewan’s online self-assessment tool to help determine if the illness may be COVID-19.

  • If a person becomes sick during a game, they should immediately stop participating and return home.

Contact tracing

  • All players must sign the waiver to add their name to their team’s roster. League coordinators will be taking roll call before games.