Participating in social activities and youth sports during the COVID19 GLOBAL PANDEMIC will carry the inherent risk of contracting the disease!

All participants, parents, fans, coaches, vendors, event staff and anyone attending games, practices or any event sanctioned must be advised that we are in a GLOBAL PANDEMIC!
By using the website or attending any activity sanctioned by National Championship Sports LLC, you are acknowledging the inherent danger associated with social activities such as youth sports.
National Championship Sports LLC will provide guidance to parents, coaches, players and event directors on how to avoid contracting/transmitting COVID19.
National Championship Sports LLC cannot guarantee that the listed best practices to avoid contracting/transmitting COVID19 will prevent you from contracting or transmitting the disease or any other disease/illness.
Please be aware that you are responsible for your health and the health of your family. If you become aware of any potential danger please leave the area immediately and email and contact your event director and state director.

As states and municipalities begin their phased approaches to reopening, it is highly encouraged that all tournament directors, league directors, fans, coaches and players adhere to the guidelines set forth by their respective state and local government and health officials in terms of public gatherings, organized youth sports, and sporting events when determining when it is safe to return to tournament/league play beginning May 20th, 2020. Directors should contact their state and local health authority and other municipalities for guidance prior to resuming any organized activities. Listed below are COVID19/Coronavirus best practices to avoid exposure and transmission at baseball events and Return to Play guidance, advice, and mandates from National Championship Sports LLC. Please use these best practices in addition to any local and state guidance. 


-          No handshakes during pre-game meeting

-          No high fives or handshakes between players during or post-game

-          Social distancing of at least 6 feet in Fan areas will be enforced

-          Max of four coaches in the dugout for any game and no more than three coaches in the dugout for games 9U and older

-          Teams entering and exiting fields

o   Teams should allow previous team to completely exit the field/dugout prior to entering the field

o   Teams are to remove all of their items from the dugouts and pick up their trash

-          No sharing equipment or water bottles

-          No sunflower seeds, spitting or chewing


How to Clean and Disinfect

Hard (Non-porous) Surfaces

Soft (Porous) Surfaces


Linens, Clothing, and Other Items That Go in the Laundry

Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) and Hand Hygiene