ASA parents, players and coaches,
COVID-19 (coronavirus) is creating unprecedented challenges for our Association and many others. The health and safety of our players, coaches, officials & families must be prioritized above all else.
Based on the widespread decisions to cancel professional sporting events, community gatherings, school closings and drastic measures being taken to stop the spread of this virus, it is important for Allen Sports Association to make similar decisions. So, effective March 13, Allen Sports Association is postponing all of our activities through March 29.
This includes all practices, games, events and meetings. This will give us some time to discuss with our community partners; AISD, LISD and the City of Allen how we will handle the coronavirus issue moving forward. This is a day by day situation, so keep in touch and read all emails coming from the
Our goal is to make sure all games will be played for the season. Each sport program will be making decisions on how they will reschedule the postponed games. Once final rescheduling decisions have been made by the Sport Boards, emails will be sent from each sport with specific schedule updates.
Effective March 14, the ASA office will be temporarily closed to the public.
We will still be working behind the scenes and our phone lines will be open from 9:30 am to 4:00 pm Monday through Friday
During this time, for specific questions or issues, please use the contacts below:
Main Office: 972-727-9565
Basketball/ Volleyball: firstname.lastname@example.org
Soccer/ Lacrosse/ Inline Hockey /Track: email@example.com
We apologize for any inconvenience and will send out notification once the front office has re-opened for business.
ASA Parents & Coaches,
We hope that everyone is well and spending quality time at home with their families as we all deal with this pandemic and all of the fallout it is creating.
As you know, we previously sent out communication that we would be postponing our spring sports seasons for 2 weeks running through March 29. Since then, there have been additional declarations and proclamations sent out by local and state government.
The most superseding proclamation is the one issued by the Governor of the State of Texas. That proclamation indicates that "every person in Texas shall avoid social gatherings in groups of more than 10 people" and is in effect at this time until April 3.
That specific order prevents us from hosting any practices, games, meetings or events.
So at this time, we will extend our original postponement date until April 3.
Just as everyone else, we are trying to navigate through this new, uncharted territory and do what is best for our ASA families and volunteers, and for our community. Once we hear from the Texas Governor what will happen moving past the April 3 deadline, then we can make some final decisions on the spring seasons and how/if they will play out.
We appreciate your patience and support and as soon as we know where this is going we can make some more finite decisions and communicate those decisions to the organization.
Stay safe out there,
Allen Sports Association