Return to Play Guidelines
Wearing A Mask Is Optional And For The Player To Decide. However, Masks And Receiver Gloves Are Strongly Recommended.
Do Not Attend Practice And Immediately Inform Your Coach If You Show Symptoms Or Have Been Exposed To Someone With Covid-19.
Bring Your Own Drink To Practice And Place Your Belongings In A Designated Area Set Forth By Your Coach
Arrive At Practice Fully Dressed And Ready
Leave Car No Earlier Than 10 Minutes Prior To Practice And Gather In Teams Designated Practice Area
Avoid Handshakes, High Fives, and/or Any Other Touching With Teammates or Coaches
Only Use Your Own Equipment And Water Bottle
Do Not Spit and/or Chew Gum
Bring Your Own Hand Sanitizer To Use Before, During, and After Practice
Players Must Immediately Leave Practice Venue Upon The Conclusion Of Practice
Avoid Carpooling Whenever Possible
If Carpooling, Face Coverings Are Recommended When Traveling To and/or From Practice
Inform Coach Immediately And Ensure That Your Child Does Not Attend Practice If They Have Been Exposed To Someone With Covid-19
Maintain Social Distancing And Mask Coverings While At Any Practice Venue
Discuss The Importance Of Social Distancing With Your Child And Make Sure They Understand Not To Share Equipment Or Water Bottles With Other Players
Permit Your Child To Leave The Car No Earlier Than 10 Minutes Prior To The Start Of Practice
Ensure Your Child Has Hand Sanitizer To Use Before, During, and After Practice
Ensure Your Child Has Their Own Water Bottle To Use
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In 2013, The Lake Erie Bulldogs Club, Inc., a 501(c)(3), was organized for local youth who desired to play football on an aggressively competitive level. Our travel football team organization has provided opportunities for children ages 4-12 to train and be coached by skilled and experienced coaches as a travel football team. Our mission rests on three pillars of academics, brotherhood, and leadership. All players must maintain a 2.5 GPA to remain in the organization. All players are not only responsible for their conduct and well-being, but also for their fellow brother. What affects one, affects us all. Our players are being instilled with leadership skills and the responsibility of knowing their community belongs to them. Therefore, our boys are active catalysts for change, and work alongside our community leaders to ensure they are ready to accept the baton of leadership when it is passed to them.