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COVID - 19 Statement

By Staff, 03/13/20, 11:30AM CDT


Millennium SA Families,

Millennium Soccer Association, including its directors and staff, are aware and closely monitoring the growing threat of the coronavirus. Our top priority is the health and safety of our players, coaches and families. With the Spring season upon us, it is important to frequently check your email, the Sport Engine Team App chat and all Millennium SA social media accounts for updates associated with the rapidly changing schedules and cancellations.

As of today, March 13th, 2020, all soccer clubs in Indiana have been instructed by US Youth Soccer & Indiana Soccer Association to suspend all training sessions and games immediately through Thursday, April 2nd, 2020.

Thank you for your understanding and we will keep you updated. We hope to start back outdoors on April 3rd, 2020, with the Spring season, depending on the situation and information we gather from US Youth Soccer & Indiana Soccer Association. If we receive an update that we are able to resume training at an earlier date, we will be sure to post the information on our website, send you an email, post in the Sport Engine Team App chat and post on all of the Millennium SA social media accounts.

We do recommend that our players find ways to stay in shape & active and get touches on the ball on their own until we start training again as a club.

Please monitor the CDC web page, which has important information about how coronavirus spreads, its symptoms, FAQ’s, global locations with COVID-19, travel advisories and more. The CDC recommends everyday preventive actions to help prevent the spread of respiratory diseases, such as:

  • Wash your hands frequently with soap and water (at least 30 seconds).
  • Avoid touching your mouth, eyes or nose with your hands.
  • Clean or disinfect all areas of your training area after every use.
  • Use alcohol-based sanitizers in addition to frequent hand-washing. Carry small bottles of alcoholic disinfectant to use when hand-washing facilities are unavailable.
  • During camps, training and tournaments, maintaining hygiene is extremely important. Clothes should be washed after workouts.
  • Support your immune system with a varied, vitamin-rich diet with sufficient vegetables and fruit to help prevent infections. Fruit containing vitamin C, such as oranges or grapefruits, are particularly important.
  • Keep hydrated and drink enough to keep mucous membranes moist.
  • Flu vaccines are always recommended.
  • If an athlete, coach or staff member has symptoms such as coughing, fever or general malaise, they should contact their physician, should NOT attend practice and should be evaluated by your personal physician.


Please continue to check your email, the Sport Engine Team App Chat and all Millennium SA social medica accounts for updates. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Vangel Nacovski at or 219-577-5509.


Thank You & Be Safe!


Vangel Nacovski