Feb
28
LA - 0
DCFC - 2
10:00 pm ET
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Feb
29
STP - 2
1904 - 2
7:04 pm ET
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OAK - 1
CFC - 1
8:10 pm ET
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CALUTD - 1
MSFC - 0
10:00 pm ET
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Mar
06
LA - 1
STP - 1
10:30 pm ET
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Mar
07
OAK - 2
MSFC - 1
8:10 pm ET
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Mar
08
1904 - 0
CALUTD - 0
8:00 pm ET
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Mar
14
CFC
MSFC
Cancelled
STP
LA
Cancelled
CALUTD
1904
Cancelled
Mar
21
DCFC
OAK
Cancelled
CFC
CALUTD
Cancelled
MSFC
LA
Cancelled
1904
STP
Cancelled
Mar
28
DCFC
MSFC
Cancelled
STP
CFC
Cancelled
LA
CALUTD
Cancelled
1904
OAK
Cancelled
Apr
04
MSFC
CALUTD
Cancelled
CFC
LA
Cancelled
OAK
DCFC
Cancelled
Apr
10
LA
1904
Cancelled
Apr
11
DCFC
CFC
Cancelled
STP
MSFC
Cancelled
OAK
CALUTD
Cancelled
Apr
18
CFC
STP
Cancelled
1904
MSFC
Cancelled
Apr
19
CALUTD
DCFC
Cancelled
Apr
24
LA
CFC
Cancelled
Apr
25
DCFC
1904
Cancelled
STP
OAK
Cancelled
May
02
MSFC
OAK
Cancelled
CFC
DCFC
Cancelled
CALUTD
STP
Cancelled
1904
LA
Cancelled
May
09
MSFC
STP
Cancelled
OAK
LA
Cancelled
1904
DCFC
Cancelled
May
10
CALUTD
CFC
Cancelled
May
16
STP
CALUTD
Cancelled
CFC
OAK
Cancelled
DCFC
LA
Cancelled
May
17
MSFC
1904
Cancelled
May
23
MSFC
DCFC
Cancelled
CFC
1904
Cancelled
OAK
STP
Cancelled
CALUTD
LA
Cancelled
May
29
MSFC
CFC
Cancelled
May
30
DCFC
CALUTD
Cancelled
OAK
1904
Cancelled
Jun
05
LA
MSFC
Cancelled
Jun
06
STP
DCFC
Cancelled
1904
CFC
Cancelled
Jun
07
CALUTD
OAK
Cancelled
Jun
12
LA
OAK
Cancelled
Jun
13
DCFC
STP
Cancelled

NISA Official Update

Apr 27, 2020

The National Independent Soccer Association's (NISA) COVID-19 Task Force continues to work with medical experts, the US Soccer Federation and the other professional soccer leagues to monitor the ongoing COVID-19 global environment as well as assemble NISA's Return to Play (RTP) protocol for its clubs. The RTP protocol will be comprised of three phases, 1) Preparation, 2) Return to Training, and 3) Return to Match Play. NISA will also continue to adhere to guidelines from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the World Health Organization (WHO), as well as mandates from the State and local governments.

NISA's Spring Season launched in February and had been scheduled to end in June ; however due to the global impact of the COVID-19 virus, this has become an unrealistic time frame for the league to get back to the pitch to complete the season. As a result, The National Independent Soccer Association is officially announcing the cancellation of the balance of the Spring Season while at the same time announcing Fall Season details. NISA and its member clubs look forward to welcoming the NY Cosmos and New Amsterdam FC to the league's competition in the fall. The intent is to start the season in August and end in November. At this point, the league is preparing to play in one of three environments: 1) closed door, 2) open door with a limited number of fans, and 3) open door. The environment will be predicated by best practices as determined by NISA's COVID-19 Task Force, comprised of medical experts, along with guidance from the CDC and concern for the health and well being of our players, staff, and fans.

The National Independent Soccer Association is also planning its inaugural NISA Independent Cup, a competition between a collection of NISA clubs and select high level amateur clubs. It's anticipated the Independent Cup will be a regional competition behind closed doors and take place between Mid-July and Mid-August. Details of the clubs participating and the competition format will be forthcoming. NISA Commissioner, John Prutch, acknowledged that there are still many details that cannot be worked out today, such as whether or not spectators will be allowed to attend matches and when exactly clubs will be allowed to return to training. "The world has changed, and with it, so must we. Whether you're an athlete or a business, you can adapt to unique challenges. At NISA, these shifts are being made in fundamental business strategies using creative, adaptive, and strategic solutions to resume play when it is safe and reasonable to do so with continued advisory from top medical experts. The path to achieving these goals is fluid as we adapt to an ever-evolving landscape, and we will proceed with care and ensure all of the appropriate steps are in place as we move forward," John Prutch, NISA Commissioner.

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