Phase 2 of Return to Activity Begins April 11

More Sports.
More Athletes.
More Fun.

Special Olympics Southern California is pleased to announce that as of April 11, we will move to Phase 2 of our Sports & Programs Return to Activity Plan. The exact start date of Phase 2 activity for your program or team will be decided by coaches in coordination with the local SOSC office. Please contact your coach or local SOSC office to learn more about opportunities that are available to you.

In Phase 2, groups of up to 50 athletes and coaches may participate in sports training and competition in SOSC’s traditional Spring Sports: Athletics, Basketball, Bocce, Flag Football, and Swimming. Phase 2 allows for increased group sizes, the addition of indoor sports training, and athletes and teams can compete in small local one-day events. We will continue to offer Team Wellness and the virtual Health Lifestyle Challenge 2.0 with Coach Max.

The health and safety of athletes, volunteers, and employees continues to be our number one priority. We will monitor information from trusted health authorities and will adjust our plans as merited by that information. If new information emerges that would cause us to adjust the plan, we will do so and notify you immediately.

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For athletes and coaches who are not ready to return to in-person activity, we will continue offering virtual events and activities. Learn more at

How do I get started?

Athletes, Unified Partners and Coaches
You need to complete two forms related to COVID.

1. COVID-19 Waiver
2. COVID-19 Code of Conduct

Those who participated in Phase 1 have already met this requirement. Both of these forms are on the SOSC website at

Athletes with an expired medical must renew their medicals prior to attending their first practice. Forms are on the SOSC website at

Volunteers and Unified Partners

You must have current Class A clearances. Learn more about volunteering at

All Participants

You must complete COVID-19 related training to learn the required health and safety protocols. Those who participated in Phase 1 have already met this requirement.

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What if I do not have access to a computer or I need help?

Please call 562.502.1103 to leave a message if you need assistance or to request that we send you the Return to Activity materials by mail. You can also contact your local SOSC office for assistance. We will respond to your inquiry within two business days.

We’re looking forward to seeing you on the sports field!

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