ALL IN's top priority is the safety and welfare of all of our players, coaches and families. During these unprecedented times, we have been working together with the top programs in the country, along with medical experts and industry leaders, to carefully structure safe programs and guidelines. Please click here to view ALL IN's Return-to-Play Guidelines.
The Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) recently changed the risk level of basketball from medium to high risk for their winter guidelines. According to the guidelines, high risk sports should only participate in "Level 1" activities this winter, which include non-contact team practices and no intra-team scrimmages or competitive play. Please note, these are guidelines and not mandates or orders, but we do take state guidelines into serious consideration when forming and updating our program guidelines. We understand there has been a recent rise in COVID cases, but that should affect the level of play that is allowed, not the risk level of a sport. We are not sure what sparked this change, but we are doing our due diligence to determine the safest path forward for our winter teams.
Having said that, non-contact team practices and training sessions will be held as originally scheduled this winter. Thankfully, games/scrimmages for winter teams were not planned until December at the earliest, allowing time to consult with medical professionals and industry leaders to create a safe plan for all winter teams. The program payment structure for teams will be changed to charge an initial base fee for the season, which will include non-contact team practices and uniforms for new players with an add-on fee for if/when we are able to add scrimmages and/or games to the schedule.
PLEASE CLICK THROUGH THE TABS BELOW TO VIEW THE DIFFERENT PROGRAMS & LOCATIONS WE WILL BE OFFERING THIS WINTER.