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AAU has begun to evaluate lifting the temporary suspension of AAU events (in place since March 12th) in certain areas of the country. This first phase of re-opening AAU event programming will only apply to select locales where and when it has been deemed safe to do so. And, strict requirements must be met before AAU event programming can restart.
In order to resume AAU event programming in a particular area of the country, the following criteria must be met:
Federal Guidelines - Adhere to any federal guidelines for re-opening (click here)
CDC Recommendations - Follow CDC recommendations when hosting events (click here)
State, County, and Local Municipality Regulations - Abide by state, county and local municipality requirements (please consult with state, county and municipality officials or info listed at state, county, and municipality websites)
Facility/Venue Protocols - Follow all protocols for the venue by consulting with the facility's management team.
AAU District and National Sport Committee Requirements – Follow the event license agreement (click here). For events already licensed with AAU, the event operator will need to notify the AAU of plans to host, cancel, or postpone the event by clicking here. The AAU national office will notify the district and national sport committees respectively.