ULLL's "Return to Play" Plan and COVID-19 Related Information
ULLL's 2020 "Return to Play" Plan
Upper Loudoun Little League (established in 1961) has strived for nearly 60 years to provide children ages 4 to 12 yrs old living in western Loudoun County the opportunity to learn and play baseball in a safe environment – with a focus on good sportsmanship, honesty, loyalty, courage and respect for authority.
Due to the extraordinary situation resulting from the coronavirus (known as COVID-19), Upper Loudoun Little League has been working to develop a “return to play” plan for the upcoming Summer 2020 and Fall 2020 seasons. This plan is based on both the guidance and mandatory guidelines provided by Little League International, Commonwealth of Virginia and Loudoun County guidance as to how events (such as practices and games) must be conducted due to the impacts of COVID-19 on our community.
The ULLL "2020 Return to Play Plan" document is designed to aid ULLL parents, managers, coaches, umpires and all other volunteers in providing the youth in our community with the opportunity to play baseball this summer and fall.
This document is broken down into seven (7) sections:
a) 2020 Summer and Fall Season Overview
b) Player and Volunteer Registration Process
c) 2020 Summer and Fall Assessments and Team Draft Process
d) 2020 Summer and Fall Practice & Game Guidelines
e) 2020 Summer and Fall Local Rule Updates
f) Safety and COVID-19 Action Plan and Reporting
g) Communications / Website Information
Please note that as guidance changes on how to conduct baseball related activities in a safe manner, this document will be updated accordingly. We want to thank all of those who have aided the ULLL Board in developing, reading, evaluating, and editing this document. If you have any questions about this document, please reach out to our ULLL Information Officer (firstname.lastname@example.org) and they will direct your questions accordingly.