The Coffee County Soccer League has shared information concerning a fall 2020 season.
The announcement posted July 15 notes that the league's board of directors has postponed registration until closer to the end of Governor Bill Lee's orders that stopped contact sports including soccer until Aug. 29.
The post notes that currently there can be no soccer practices (as we know them) games or scrimmages.
"Players can not share equipment or engage in games or drills with one another. Competitive play in any form is not allowed.
As a soccer board we have decided to hold off on registration until closer to that date and we have more directives from the governors office," the post said.
The board anticipates an extremely small registration window the last week of August.
"It is possible that we will not be able to provide a late sign up for those that miss that window. As with a shorted registration we will also have a shorter time for team building," the post said.
Those who transferred registration to the fall are set already and will be already registered.
Those who did not or are new to the league will need register with in that time frame.
"We will do everything we can to provide a safe onsite option for those that require assistance," the post said.
Coffee County Soccer League, CCSL, was established in 2000 as recreational soccer organization for boys and girls ages 4 to 18 years.
For more information, go to www.coffeecosoccer.com.