Information for SOSC Athletes

Thank you for your interest in becoming an athlete for SOSC. We appreciate your interest and have a team of individuals that will be working to get you through our clearance process. This process can take up to 7-10 business days and is highly reliant on your application and accompanying documents being complete in addition to your timely response if follow-up is required. Any delays in your response to our inquiries may delay the process beyond the 7-10 business days that are typical of our clearance processes. Thank you for your understanding and we look forward to you becoming a part of SOSC.

If you already registered to participate in a previous phase of RTA, you do not need to register again. Please communicate directly with your coach and team to coordinate your participation in this phase.

REQUIREMENTS

  1. Read, then digitally sign and submit the COVID-19 Waiver and COVID-19 Code of Conduct via Docusign.
    COVID-19 WAIVER & CODE OF CONDUCT
  2. All SOSC athletes must have a valid medical on file with SOSC before they are eligible to participate.
  • If you are unsure of your current status as a registered and eligible Athlete, please contact your local SOSC office. They will be able to provide you with the information needed to get you eligible for in-person activity.
  • If you already know that your medical is expired, then we encourage you to complete an Athlete Registration Packet at your earliest convenience.
  • Only those Athletes that have completed all requirements will be allowed to participate in our in-person activity.
  • Our Sports & Programs team will be leading efforts to reach Athletes that need to submit an Athlete Registration packet and Athlete Medical. If you have not already, you will receive an email indicating the need to take action during the month of May.
  • Your Athlete Medical will remain valid for 3 years from the date of acceptance. Your COVID-19 Waiver and COVID-19 Code of Conduct will remain valid until you are required to renew your Athlete Medical.
  1. All SOSC athletes complete and submit the online SOSC Vaccination Disclosure Form

    All registered SOSC participants (athletes, coaches, volunteers, and employees) are required to disclose their COVID-19 vaccination status via the online form in order to participate in sports programming, training, and events. The data collected will be used to inform SOSC on current COVID-19 vaccination trends within the organization and will help us to determine appropriate safety measures and COVID-19 protocols that will be used in future sports programming, training, and events.

    Fully vaccinated for SOSC purposes is defined as the following:
    Two (2) doses of Pfizer or Moderna plus a booster
    OR
    One (1) dose of Johnson & Johnson plus a booster
    OR
    2 doses of Pfizer or Moderna or 1 dose of Johnson & Johnson, but not yet eligible for a booster dose.

For the specific purposes of SOSC’s data collection, a decision to not disclose your COVID-19 vaccination status will be treated and tabulated with those persons who identified as being not vaccinated. If you are not fully vaccinated, but plan to become fully vaccinated in the future, please complete this form after you have become fully vaccinated. All vaccine information will be kept confidential with very limited access.

VACCINATION DISCLOSURE FORM


  1. Once you have completed and submitted the waiver, code of conduct, COVID-19 vaccination disclosure form, and the athlete registration packet, we encourage you to wait 5-7 business days before reaching out to your coach or local SOSC office to express interest in participating.

If you need assistance, please call 562.502.1103