Staying healthy with the COVID-19 guidelines
In order to comply with the COVID-19 guidelines this season, teams will be placed in a mini-league of up to 4 teams with a maximum of 12 players allowed per team, including subs.
Because we won’t be having full leagues this season, we won’t be awarding prizes, though we’ll still be keeping score and you’ll have the bragging rights about being the top team in your pool.
We’re also implementing a COVID-19 plan to help keep our players safe. Captains must share this plan with their players, and all players must obey measures put in place by facilities and directions from Play Sask staff.
We want you to have fun and make friends in a safe, welcoming environment.
Roster & waiver
Please fill out the form to add your name to your team’s roster and sign the waiver.
- Waiver available when registration opens
We have an active Facebook community, come join the group to voice your opinion.
What are your COVID-19 guidelines?
We’re following the Government of Saskatchewan’s Re-open Saskatchewan Plan. Sports are allowed if mini-leagues of no more than 50 people are formed. Games are limited to 30 players, and games are only 45 minutes with 15 minutes between games to promote physical distancing between teams. Read our full guidelines here.
What is the level of play? What if I’m a beginner?
All levels of play are welcome, especially beginners! Advanced players are also welcome, just make sure you keep it light.
What prizes do we get if we win?
The winning team gets a Play Sask champions T-shirt that changes every season! And we believe in spreading the love with prizes — we’re also lining up swag for the best spirit. Plus, keep an eye out for random giveaways throughout the season. *Note: While COVID guidelines are in effect, we will not be awarding prizes.
How many players should we have on our team?
Teams have five players on the field, so we recommend seven to 10 people on the roster to make sure you have enough subs. There are no gender requirements. *Note: While COVID guidelines are in effect, teams can have a maximum of 12 players, including subs.
I have a few friends who want to play, but not enough to make a team. Can we still play?
Yes! Each of you should register as a single, and let us know in the comments that you’d like to stick with particular players. We’ll do our best to keep you together, and we’ll give you the option to take a refund if we have to split you up.
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