Reopening Protocols

Reopening Protocols

Facilities now open!

Avila Soccer is committed to safeguarding the health of our players, trainers and staff. As we monitor Covid-19, we want to keep you informed about what Avila Soccer is doing to prevent the spread in our facilities. We will be implementing new protocols for attending classes.

Please note that these are tentative plans and may change due to government guidelines.

Schedule for May 18-30

Starting June 1st, we will switch to a modified Summer Schedule.

We are capping classes at 11 players per class until further notice. 

Scrimmage Players

Your usual Scrimmage group will meet but not actually scrimmage, meaning there won’t be contact in order to follow social distancing guidelines. That said, the session will be very intense and will continue to meet at the scheduled times but focused on:

  • full-speed training of skills used when going to goal
  • and more importantly, our signature RPR spacing drills

Very important: parents, please have your players review the RPR spacing drills video in detail, which has valuable insight into what our goals are for the session. We will alter the spacing drills to allow for even more space, in keeping with social distancing guidelines.

Online Classes still ongoing

We still have the online classes going through the end of the month, so if you still prefer to train remotely, please text 512.710.6406 to learn about how you can participate in our newly launched premium online offering.

11 players per class

We will be capping classes at 11 players. To reserve classes, please use the links below. It will take you to where you can sign up for a spot. If you are unable to make the reserved classes, please make sure you cancel to allow other players to sign up.

Contactless Infrared Temperature Checks

We will be screening all staff members and children upon arrival to check for raised temperatures or evident symptoms. All facilities will be equipped with contactless infrared thermometers.

Wall-mounted Purell Hand Sanitizer Dispensers

Each facility will be equipped with wall-mounted Purell hand sanitizer dispensers. Please encourage your children to use often (as they enter the facility and when they leave).

Limited Facility Access

To curb the spread of germs and control group size, we will be requiring drop-off and pick-up of players only. Parents will be asked to not enter the facilities.


Avila won’t be doing check-ins through the computer in the lobby, instead, trainers will do a manual, contactless check-in to take attendance.

Wellness Checks

Regular wellness checks will be conducted throughout the day. The parents of unwell children will be notified immediately, to help stop the spread of illness. Also, if your child is experiencing evident symptoms (fever, cough, shortness of breath), they may not be allowed to train and are asked to please stay home.

Hygiene Practices

Restrooms will have hand soaps and everyone is encourage to wash their hands regularly. Signs will be posted displaying the correct way to sneeze into ones own arm for anyone with allergies.


Avila is encouraging players to bring their own water bottles to classes.

No Dress Code

Avila Soccer is lifting it’s dress code. Armbands, wristbands and pinnies will not be used during sessions.

Protective Masks

All Avila trainers and players will be required to wear protective face coverings when using the restrooms. Please have cloth masks in your child’s bag to use. We may require trainers and players to wear masks at all times but are awaiting government instructions.

Scheduled Cleaning & Sanitizing Intermissions

There will be increased time in cleaning and sanitizing balls, surfaces, and high-touch areas. We have also modified the schedule to allow cleaning and disinfecting intermissions between classes.

Turf Sanitizing

Avila Soccer will be spraying and sanitizing its fields four times more than originally scheduled.

Digital Cleaning Reports

A report will be submitted by the staff periodically at set times throughout the day in accordance with scheduled cleaning breaks to document all the cleaning and disinfecting of high-touch areas.

Visit The Centers for Disease Control website for more information on the Coronavirus, including what you should know about symptoms, treatments, testing, and other frequently asked questions.