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2020 LMAA SEASON PLANNING UPDATE (8/5/20)

WE ARE PLAYING YOUTH FOOTBALL THIS FALL

The MSHSL has moved all levels of high school football for Minnesota to the Spring, but please note that we are in the final planning stages for our season and planning to start games the week of August 31st. This past week we had a guideline and COVID 19 plan reviews with the MN Youth Sports Commission and MN Dept of Health and received a reaffirming nod of approval to continue with our season.

All LMAA Associations & Teams are committed to play right now so if you have not signed up yet with your local association please do so now! If you are signed up get ready for some football this Fall.

We are living in a different world right now with COVID-19 and we ask everyone's cooperation on any changes that may occur with our programming and/or game day experience. We are working to mitigate any risk for players, coaches, officials, and spectators.

LMAA - A Culture of Safety

We, the LMAA Board, are parents first and football board members second.  We strongly believe in creating an environment that is as safe as realistically possible for every one of our young athletes, including our own children. 

Questions about weather and your game... ?

Games will be cancelled due to field conditions specifically for grass fields and severe weather - especially lightning.  Click on image for field status. 

Most games for LMAA are on artificial turf fields which should be good to go even if it is raining.  Exception is severe weather / lightning.

LMAA Has Started Fall Football

Fall is in the air and that means the start of football.  LMAA started and was met with much fanfare.  See the local press coverage for the start of the season.  Click on image to see the story.

COVID Plans and Reporting

See our Full Return to the Field Plan

LMAA COVID 19 Positive Test Reporting Form

Please complete this form to report a positive COVID 19 test of an athlete or coach. Names will be held private from any team, association, or league communications and will only be used for contact tracing

LMAA COVID 19 “Close Contact and/or Exposure” Reporting Form

Note: This form only needs to be submitted if an athlete or coach has had close contact with an individual outside of any LMAA or home association football activities (i.e. practices or games). Definition of “Close Contact”: someone who was within 6 feet of an infected person for at least 15 minutes starting from 48 hours before illness onset until the time the patient is isolated. • Example: A player or coach that has been in close contact with an individual that tests positive for COVID 19 AND that individual is not affiliated with LMAA youth football. That player (or Parent/Guardian on behalf of the player) or coach must report the close contact to their home association within 24 hours of learning of their exposure. Individuals who have had close contact to someone who tests positive are required to self-isolate for 14 days beginning from the date of exposure or until they are able to produce a Negative COVID 19 test result to their home association’s designated individual (see list of contacts below)

Welcome

The Lake Minnetonka Athletic Association (LMAA) is a youth football league dedicated to helping young people in grades 1st through 8th to learn the fundamentals of football, learn the value of teamwork and have fun doing it.

The LMAA was established in 1961, serving as the governing board for the youth football programs of its member/area organizations:  Hopkins, Maple Grove, Minnetonka, Edina, St. Louis Park and Wayzata/Plymouth.

LMAA Recognized by USA Football

Football is thriving like no where else in the LMAA.  Click on the image to read the USA Football article that was circulated nationwide.  Football is doing well in the western suburbs of the Twin Cities.

DO YOU HAVE OFFICIALS ASSIGNED?

Check out the pdf document below to verify the date, time, and locations of your games (between Sep 2 - 26) are accurate. This is an itemized  list of games where officials are assigned to go. Any discrepancies, call Rick at 651-252-8197.

SAFETY IS OUR PRIORITY

The LMAA provides EMT / Paramedic services at every game.

 Working with Trusted Coaches and Youth First we have a great opportunity to attend the Minnesota v Maryland game on October 26th.  The Gophers have created at special package for players, coaches and their families.  For $25 (half-price!!), you can purchase tickets that include special access (see flyer).  

Whats next? 

Work as a team/grade with your association to determine the number of tickets that you want to purchase in a block to ensure you can sit together at the game.  After you have your numbers contact Dalton Stevens at 612-626-0807 or by email at stevensd@umn.edu and let us know you plan to attend by replying to this email.

What is the Youth First sportsmanship award?

If your team achieves exemplary scores on their sportsmanship throughout the season you will be invited to a special awards ceremony before the game.  The recognition includes a special VIP experience during the game.  Teams to be recognized will be notified immediately at the end of the season. 

Can I attend the game if we don't get an award or attend the award recognition if I don't attend the game?

Yes the award ceremony and the game are two separate events.  Ideally we get a great turn out for the game and the teams that are recognized will have an additional opportunity to attend the game.   


LMAA drive for Sportsmanship

As a developmental football league, the LMAA strives to provide a great experience for every player on the field. Our league philosophy is to not promote game scores, have playoffs, or recognize team champions; but to promote and recognize good sportsmanship. To aid in this effort, we have a form (registration form) on a Sportsmanship page in the left column. This page is available to registered coaches and referees (must be signed in to your account to view the page) to nominate a team when they feel the team demonstrated sportsmanship worthy of recognition.