In which seasons does PWYS operate?

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Play Where You Stay operates during all four seasons! The dates for each season are announced through social media. Follow us on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook at @playwhereustay to stay in the loop!

What is the session cancelation policy?

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Developmental soccer: PWYS will cancel sessions for the following reasons: The heat index reaches 100°F or above There is a thunderstorm forecast for the area within 1 hour of the start and/or finish of a session There is rain forecast for the area (Please note that rain does not fall evenly across the city. We do our best to cancel only the fields necessary.) The field condition prevents players from safely practicing (such as mud) The wind chill factor reaches below 40°F   Competitive soccer: Practice will be canceled at the coach’s discretion but reasons for cancelation include:  The heat index reaches 100°F or above There is a thunderstorm forecast for the area within 1 hour of the start and/or finish of a session There is rain forecast for the area (Please note that rain does not fall evenly across the city. We do our best to cancel only the fields necessary.) The field condition prevents players from safely practicing (such as mud) The wind chill factor reaches below 40°F

How do I know if a session is canceled?

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Developmental soccer: We will send an email notification by 2pm to notify parents and guardians that a session is canceled, with the reason why. We also use the Remind text system for quick communication. Email learn@playwhereyoustay.org to receive instructions for how to sign up. Please also follow us on social media (Twitter, Facebook, Instagram) to receive timely updates regarding the program. Competitive soccer: Coaches will text players in WhatsApp to notify them that a practice or game is canceled.   

What equipment do players need to bring?

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We ask that elementary school players bring a water bottle to practice. Other equipment like shin guards, soccer balls, soccer cleats, or athletic apparel are not required for developmental players. Competitive team players should bring shin guards, cleats, and water bottles to practice and games. They will be issued a team jersey and shorts to wear to games.

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