The BC government has tasked viaSport to come up with guidelines for a return to sports in BC. Their recommendations include continued social distancing, not sharing equipment like soccer balls, and "practicing personal skills" Low risk activities that can occur with the following public health recommendations in place: •Ability to maintain physical distancing •Minimal sharing of equipment •Focus is on skill development, not competition •Community focused Competitive activities are formal, organized games, matches and tournaments between participants where scores are recorded and standings are kept. For the foreseeable future, sport will be more geared towards community participation and training rather than games and provincial competition. So it looks like we're not playing league games any time soon. That means no fees to clubs, no pay for coaches, and a long list of very disappointed athletes.