RETURN TO PLAY

The following documents were created by Softball Canada to help guide associations and leagues in their Return to Play plans following the COVID-19 pandemic. Click on the image to open the document in PDF format.

Return to Play

RETURN TO PLAY GUIDELINES
VERSION #3 - JUNE 10, 2020

The return to play information in this document is geared to protect players, coaches, umpires, and spectators with respect to not only local public health guidelines, but provincial/territorial and federal guidelines as well to return to the diamond. Please keep in mind that this is a generalized document and all material may not be relevant throughout the country. All teams, leagues, players, coaches and umpires will need to follow the recommendations based on their respective area and situation.

Canpitch Fact Sheet

CANPITCH CLINIC FACT SHEET

The items listed in this document are recommended safeguards for restarting Softball activity in Canada. Provincial/Territorial (P/T) Associations, Leagues, Tournament Hosts, Staff, Players, Coaches, Umpires, Parents and Spectators should continue to follow Federal, Provincial/Territorial and Local Governmental guidelines.

Timbits Softball

TIMBITS SOFTBALL MODIFIED PROGAM
PHYSICAL DISTANCING ACTIVITIES

The items listed in this document are suggestions of recommended safeguards for restarting Softball activity in Canada. Provincial/Territorial (P/T) Associations, Leagues, Tournament Hosts, Staff, Players, Coaches, Parents and Spectators should continue to follow Federal, Provincial/Territorial and Local Governmental guidelines. Feel free to make your guidelines more stringent if you deem necessary.

NCCP Return to Play

RETURN TO PLAY
NCCP GUIDELINES

The Return to Softball National Coaching Certification Program (NCCP) information in this document is geared to protect Coach Developers and Coaches with respect to not only local public health guidelines, but also provincial/territorial and federal guidelines, as we return to the classroom and gym/field.  Please keep in mind that this is a generalized document and some material may or may not be relevant throughout the country. All NCCP clinics/evaluations will need to follow the recommendations and restrictions based on their respective area.