During the COVID-19 pandemic, many Ontario Soccer member Clubs and Academies, like ourselves, have risen to the challenge and effectively engaged their stakeholders. Read more as Ontario Soccer highlights our Club efforts in an article on Communication Technology!
During this time of social distancing, many people are missing their friends, family, teams and so much more to keep yourself and the community safe. It is important to know that you are not alone during these difficult times. Let’s stay connected Bayhawks Family!
Visit our ‘Home Activities/Training’ page for activities and training sessions to help keep the soccer player(s) in your household busy and active, while staying safe! Try various activities created by our Technical Staff, updated regularly, to keep our Bayhawks learning, improving and having fun, while safely at home.
This year has been like no other being impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. At this time last year, our bayhawks would be preparing and training for another outdoor season but this year is much different. As the team says best, “it is no longer about soccer, sports, nor is it about the Burlington Bayhawks.”
The Burlington Soccer Club Technical Staff has created a ‘Speed Agility’ manual with great drills for coaches and players to try out. These drills focus on speed agility and speed reaction for improvement.
The Burlington Soccer Club Technical Staff has been hard at work creating and developing a ‘Balance, Agility & Coordination’ manual for players and coaches. The document includes soccer drills to challenge for improvement.
Due to recent statements made by the Government of Ontario, City of Burlington and Ontario Soccer, all soccer activities continue to be suspended, preventing teams from returning to on field training sessions and indoor league games. Additionally, the City of Burlington announced that sports fields will remain closed until the end of June.
The Burlington Soccer Club continues to closely monitor the COVID-19 situation on an hourly and daily basis. Our administration will continue to provide updates to our membership and continue to take the appropriate actions to prioritize the health and well-being of members as it pertains to our programs.
The Burlington Soccer Club ‘Skill Tests’ have been created for players and coaches so that Bayhawks can continue to train and challenge themselves on their own, while at home. Find the ‘Skill Testing Protocol’ for soccer drills and/or watch our accompanying videos for demonstrations provided by our Technical team.
Staying home and limiting interactions during this time is helping to flatten the curve! To help keep the kids busy and staying active, the BSC Technical Staff have been working together to develop at home, soccer related activities for the soccer enthusiasts in your household.