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Region 35: Serving Cupertino and Neighboring Cities

Policy during Rain

Rain does not guarantee that a game or training session will be cancelled nor does sun guarantee that we will play. The field closure is controlled by the city of Cupertino. The city may close fields for various reasons, like pesticide treatment, other maintenance reasons, or more commonly due to rain. If the city decides to close the fields, AYSO cannot conduct any sports activity at the fields in question.

To check the status of the fields (typically 30min to 1 hour before your game):
  • Follow the city's field status on Twitter by following @cupertinofields. They try to tweet each time the field status is changed.
  • Sign up for automated text messages by texting "follow cupertinofields" to 40404.
  • Call Athletic fields hotline number (408) 777-3566. The recording at this number is updated for the status of field.
The primary factor is the field status determined by the city of Cupertino, however even if the hotline reports the fields are open, referees (and in certain cases, coaches) can make a local determination whether we play or cancel if they believe that player safety could be in jeopardy. Similarly, in some cases the department of Parks and Recreation may make localized decisions and place "Closed" signs on a field and we are bound to respect those postings.

Note that if we get early communication from the City parks office that the fields will be closed for the weekend, we will do our best to communicate that to you.

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