The Stryker Sports Complex is currently working with, and utilizing, the information provided by the Kansas Department of Health and Environment, the Sedgwick County Council, KSHSAA and the KSYSA to continually monitor the latest information about the coronavirus and implementation of preventative measures.
This page will be updated as new information is released.
General Stryker Sports Complex Guidelines for Visitors & Spectators
Stryker Sports Complex is open.
Spectators visiting the facility will be required to wear a mask, or face covering, while inside the indoor field building and while outdoors where guests may be gathered and unable to maintain six feet of distance. Otherwise, a mask is not required outside when people can adhere to the 6 feet of distancing guideline. Families are encouraged to bring their own chairs to sit on along the sideline and sit together. The only field at the facility that will have seating provided is the stadium. When a competition takes place inside the stadium, people can adhere to the 6 feet distancing guideline and spread out among the large bleachers. They can also sit and spread out on the west end of the stadium. The Stryker facility routinely cleans and disinfects the interior of the indoor field building and bathrooms as well as the stadium and porta-pots. There are multiple hand sanitation stations located on property for your convenience and safety.
Clubs, DOC’s & Coaches
Clubs, DOC’s and Coaches are the first, and best, line of defense in keeping their teams safe and healthy. Here are some guidelines to help keep your kids safe.
- Coaches are the only ones to handle cones/training aids
- Disinfect practice and game equipment before and after the competitions
- Coaches will wear a mask while coaching until further notice
- Do not allow players to share scrimmage vests or water bottles
- Utilize the 6 feet distancing guideline for team discussions
- No hand shakes or “high fives”
- Keep a bottle of hand sanitizer in your coaching bag for yourself and your team’s use
- Have each player bring their own ball and water bottle
- Coaches, ask your players as they arrive for practice or a game if they have been feeling ill, had a fever or any other symptoms. If they have kindly ask them to go home.
- Coaches, make a training and/or game log to record date, times, locations of sessions/competitions as well as the team’s attendance and opponent’s team name (if a competition). Should any one test positive on your team, this information will be vital and needed for contact tracing with the CDC.
Stryker Social Media
In addition to this page, you can also follow us on the Stryker and the WRSA social media outlets to receive updates on Coronavirus, what our local government and health officials are doing about it, how it affects Stryker programming and what Stryker is doing to help stop it’s progression.