Athletics

COVID-19 Protocols for All Sports

We are looking forward to hosting your team and your spectators safely for our upcoming contest. Please be aware of the following protocols that must be followed.

SPECTATORS

  • All JV and Varsity contests will require a pre-purchased ticket, and there will be limitations on available tickets. Visiting spectators should only be family members of the participating athlete.
  • Visiting football teams will be allowed 100 tickets due to limited seating on the visitor’s side relative to social distancing.  We recommend up to 2 family members per rostered participant depending on your roster size.  There are 55 marked seats in the bleachers - first come, first served.  There will be standing room along the track from each 10-yard line to each goal post.
  • For all middle school contests, we ask that your school collect the names of your attendees and forward a single email with the compiled list to our Athletic Department by 1:00pm on the day of the contest. Only family members named on the list will be admitted into the facility.
  • Regular season ticket prices For JV and Varsity contests are $5 per person for visiting teams. VISITOR TICKETS MUST BE PRE-PURCHASED VIA GOFAN. The link will be shared with the visiting school in the days leading up to the contest.
  • Acceptable seating within the bleachers will be marked with tape. Family members (2 per player) must sit side-by-side in the appropriate space in order to ensure proper social distancing.  Social distancing must be maintained at all times.
  • There will be two separate lists created in the event that a JV contest occurs before a varsity contest.  We will require the JV spectators to exit the gym before we will allow the varsity spectators to enter.
  • All guests will be required to wear masks prior to entering the facility and will remain masked until they return to their vehicle to depart.
  • All guests at indoor venues will have their temperature checked before admittance. If a spectator has a temperature of 100.4 or above, they will not be permitted into the facility.
  • We request that if your spectators are sick or not feeling well that they do not attend the event.
  • The scorer’s table and/or press box is limited to Berkeley personnel only.

VISITING TEAMS

  • There will not be a locker room available to visiting teams. Plan on arriving dressed and ready.  Restrooms will be available.
  • Athletes and team personnel will have their temperature checked before admittance. If anyone has a temperature of 100.4 or above, they will not be permitted into the facility.
  • There will not be water stations provided. Please be sure your athletes bring their own personal water bottles. We do have touchless, water-bottle refilling stations as needed. No other outside food or drink is permitted.
  • We will not be offering any pre-game sports medicine services, however, there will be an athletic trainer present to assist with any injuries that occur during a contest. Ice will be available after the contest.
  • All players, coaches, and team personnel must wear a mask upon entering the facility. Coaches and team personnel must wear their masks for the entirety of their time in our facility. Players must wear masks while on the bench and anytime when not actively competing.
  • The scorer’s table and/or press box is limited to Berkeley personnel only.
  • Teams must depart the facility immediately upon conclusion of their match/game.
Founded in 1960, Berkeley is an independent, Episcopal, college-preparatory day school located in Tampa, FL, for boys and girls in grades Pre-Kindergarten through 12. Approximately 1,380 students gather here from the greater Tampa Bay area to form ONE Berkeley.