At FRAM, nothing is more important than the safety of our players and their families. We are closely monitoring the ongoing developments regarding COVID–19, especially the response of organizations like ours. Please use this page as a central access point to the latest information on how we are ensuring as safe an environment as possible.
Dear Families and Players,
FRAM wants to ensure we keep you all informed of how the Coronavirus is affecting our Club as well as the soccer community as a whole.
With the ongoing concern about the coronavirus, it is our goal to keep our families safe by providing information as it becomes available.
Effective immediately, all FRAM Soccer activities – including tryouts, trainings, games, scrimmages, and skills sessions – are suspended for a minimum period of two weeks. Shortly before April 1st, the club will reevaluate the CDC, State of California, US Soccer, and Cal South recommendations and provide an update to our players and families with regards to a return to FRAM activities.
Cal South sent the following email (below) to all its members yesterday (March 11). Please read for further clarification and support for keeping everyone healthy.
FRAM Board of Directors
From Cal South:
Dear Cal South Members,
With the increasing number of cases of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) being reported across the world, Cal South wants to provide its members with guidelines and best practices outlined by various National and International agencies. We are monitoring all these agencies, including the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), the State Department, United States Olympic & Paralympic Committee (USOPC), and The World Health Organization (WHO) for the latest updates.
We are also monitoring any updates US Youth Soccer (USYS) and The United States Soccer Federation (USSF) make or announce, and will communicate any changes in the current soccer policies regarding this issue. At this time, Cal South competitions and events will continue as scheduled.
To reinforce health safety and best practices for illness prevention, please read the list below:
These are everyday habits that can help prevent the spread of several viruses, the CDC also has specific guidance for travelers.
Please see the following additional resources and communications which may provide further information and answers to your questions.
• CDC - Coronavirus Overview
• CDC - Travel Recommendations (China)
• CDC - Frequently Asked Questions
• CDC - Travelers Health
• WHO - Advice for Coronavirus
• U.S. Department of State - Country Specific Travel Information
• USOPC - Coronavirus Update