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United Women's Soccer UWS league updates COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic

Updates on United Women’s Soccer (UWS)

April 4, 2020 – United Women’s Soccer (UWS) has reaffirmed its intent to play the 2020 season for both UWS and UWS League Two. The start of the season will be delayed in order to align with CDC guidance and we will work with all of our clubs to adjust the regular season schedule. The safety of our players, fans and staff remain our top priority and we will continue to monitor events and receive guidance from local, state, and national authorities.

“First and foremost, the safety of all the players, staff and supporters will guide any final decision on the 2020 season,” said League Commissioner Joseph Ferrara Jr. “We have been working diligently on different scenarios based on potential timelines.  UWS intends to provide a National Championship structure for our member teams as it is the most important service provided by the league. Our investment into this event has made it a tremendous showcase for women’s soccer.”

United Women's Soccer UWS league updates COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic
March 20, 2020 – In light of the updated guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to postpone mass gatherings over the next eight weeks, United Women’s Soccer is working on details for the start of the season.

UWS plans to adjust its season in accordance with the guidelines from the CDC, and the directions of local and state authorities. Throughout the process, UWS will continue to prioritize the safety of our players, organizations, and fans.
United Women's Soccer UWS league updates COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic

March 12, 2020 – United Women’s Soccer (UWS) is planning to conduct it’s season as scheduled but we will continue to monitor the situation and adjust as needed to protect the safety of our players, organizations, and fans. Please use all resources that are available. The CDC has published tips on how to prevent the coronavirus for individuals as well as businesses, including more frequent hand-washing and cleaning and disinfecting frequently touched surfaces daily.

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