The Return to Play Operational Plan Guide-Low Contact (COVID-19)

 

Find the Return to play guidelines in the following link ⇓⇓

RETURN TO PLAY PLAN_SOCCER NB_EN v6

Monday May 25th, 2020

Memo: the Return to Play Operational Plan Guide-Low Contact (COVID-19)

New Brunswick is currently moving to the Yellow level. During this time, Public Health measures and guidelines must still be followed. On Friday, May 29, 2020, New Brunswick will loosen additional restrictions under the Yellow level. At that time, Low-contact team sports can be played.

Soccer New Brunswick, in consultation with Canada Soccer, Provincial Government authorities and its membership,  have been monitoring the most recent developments of COVID-19 and has prepared a Return to Play Operational Plan Guide-Low Contact for Soccer.

You will find attached to this Memo the Return to Play Operational Plan Guide-Low Contact for Soccer. It will help you get familiar with the return to play protocols and restrictions. It will help get you prepared for a possible return to play and save valuable time for the summer programming.

Also, please find the links to important reference documents:

The link to the Renewed Mandatory Order.

The link to the revised NB Recovery Plan.

Covid19- Operational Plan Guide(Link): Covid19 – Operational Plan Guide.

The link to WorkSafe Q/A.

We invite you to submit your Return to Play Operational Plan to the following office email address: admin@soccernb.org.

We invite you to contact us for any questions relating to the Return to Play Operational Plan.

Some key points to keep in mind:

  • Organizations/clubs will need to observe the directives and advice contained in the Mandatory Order and provided by the Chief Medical Officer of Health and WorkSafe NB
  • The onus will be on organizations/clubs to modify their programming as needed in order to create low-contact environments
  • The responsibility will be on organizations/clubs to ensure they have operational plans in place that outline how they will manage the safe operation of their offices and programs (including but not limited to physical distancing, cleaning and disinfecting, hand and respiratory hygiene, screening)

 

We continue to thank you for your support and the work you are all doing in your organizations and communities.

 

Keep well and stay positive.

Soccer New Brunswick

www.soccernb.org

Tél. : (506) 850-9031

 

 

Referee Education Sessions

 

Referee Education Sessions Starts this week:

Another Referee development program will be launched this week.

The aim of this program is to improve the qualities of referees by working on important subjects which influence the performance of officials during matches.

A series of online education sessions where referees will receive training play reading and anticipation, movement, positioning, advantage, game management, teamwork and other themes.

These series will be presented by Local instructors, Canadian Premier League referees, national instructors, FIFA referees and FIFA Instructors.

This Course is accessible for referees registered in 2020.

Here is the link to register for 2020/2021 : https://www.soccernb.org/en/forms/referee-registration-form/

For more information, please contact Kamel at referees@soccernb.org

 

 

Friday May 1st, 2020

Memo: Coronavirus Update (COVID-19)

Soccer New Brunswick, in consultation with Canada Soccer and provincial government authorities have been monitoring the most recent developments of COVID-19 and are currently assessing operational plans for Return to Play.

We had a meeting with our provincial government and the sport branch, where they listened to our concerns and challenges of our community. We are committed to work on an innovative return to play protocol where our soccer community will play a big role. The safety and health of our participants will be first and foremost in the decision-making to come.

Other Canadian provinces associations have also begun the process of planning the re-opening of soccer operations in a phased-in approach.

There is now an opportunity to begin thinking about what that Return to Play might look like for soccer in our province. Soccer New Brunswick will organize a call with its members to collect input on what Return to Play may look like.

Soccer New Brunswick is working to ensure the continuity of our activities in the best possible way so we can keep moving forward.

Soccer NB makes available to its members online programs, including:

– Personalized home program for players.

– Online courses and workshops for coaches.

– Online courses and workshops for referees.

We invite you to consult our social networks and our website to learn about the programs and also to keep up to date with the latest developments.

Please note that, virtual training must only be available to registered members (no live streaming to the general public)

 

For any questions relating to your regional or club activities, we invite you to contact your club or league directly.

Thank you for your patience and understanding.

 

Soccer New Brunswick

www.soccernb.org

Tél. : (506) 850-9031

 

 

 

Referee Workshop During Social Distancing

Many changes were made in the 2019/2020 Laws Of The Game.

These modifications are applied starting April first, 2020 in New Brunswick.

For this purpose and to ensure that NB referees are up to date, Soccer NB offered 8 sessions as a Refresher Course this year.

All Session were presented Online by 7 NB instructors who also took this course On February 1st, 2020.

4 Canada Soccer Guests have attended the course:

Joe Audi: National assessor & National Championships Referees Supervisor.

Carman King: Canada Soccer National Referee Committee Member.

Isaac Raymond: Canada Soccer Referee Manager

Pierre-Luc Lauzière: National Referee & Current MLS and CONCACAF Referee.

Memo: Coronavirus Update (COVID-19)

Soccer New Brunswick, in consultation with Canada Soccer and public health authorities has been monitoring the most recent developments of COVID-19 and is currently assessing operations (postponements and cancellations) on a month-to-month basis as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to unfold. Further updates will be announced as warranted.

We understand your concerns and we wish to reassure our members that we are working to ensure the continuity of our activities in the best possible way

Therefore, Soccer NB makes available to its members online programs, including:

– Personalized home program for players.

– Online courses and workshops for coaches.

– Online courses and workshops for referees.

We invite you to consult our social networks and our website to learn about the programs and also to keep up to date with the latest developments.

Our Insurance Company advised that all virtual training must be approved by the PSO and the following questions needs to be completed.

Who is conducting the virtual training?  A member of the PSO?

If not a member of the PSO– are they insured for online / virtual training?

If not a member of the PSO– is the trainer sanctioned / approved by the PSO?

What activities are included in the virtual training?

Are waivers or releases being signed?

 

Virtual training must only be available to registered members (no live streaming to the general public)

 

Decisions regarding other upcoming competitions and events will come in due course according to new government recommendations. For any questions relating to your regional or club activities, we invite you to contact your club or league directly.

Thank you for your patience and understanding.

 

Soccer Nouveau-Brunswick

www.soccernb.org

2020 Online Coaching Courses

Registrations for online courses 2020 are open
Register Now !

Course Date Location Duration
C-Licence Module 1 May 18 Online 7:00 pm 90 min
C-Licence Module 2 May 21 Online 7:00 pm 90 min
C-Licence Module 3 May 25 Online 7:00 pm 90 min
C-Licence Module 4 May 28 Online 7:00 pm 90 min
C-Licence Module 5 June 1 Online 7:00 pm 90 min
C-Licence Module  6 June 4 Online 7:00 pm 90 min
C-Licence Module 7  June 8 Online 7:00 pm 90 min
C-Licence Module 8 June 11 Online 7:00 pm 90 min
B License Part 1 (Bilingual Course) July 30 to Aug 3 Greater Moncton TBA
Intro to Goalkeeping June 11 TBA TBA
Intro to Physical Preparation June 10 TBA TBA
Intro to Futsal TBA TBA TBA

Individualized Home Program

 

  • This home program aims during this period of confinement to support the mental and physical development of New Brunswick players.  

⇓⇓To access it click on the link below⇓⇓

U8-U12:

SNB-Home-Program-U8-U12 v3

U13- and more :

SNB-Home-Program-U13 v3.1

Individualized Home Program Phase 2 :⇓

Individualized Home Program phase II