and Guidelines


All Players and parents must agree to the following Rules and Guidelines prior to Registration for Spring Season 2020-2021.

*We wish to stress that all families and players take ownership and monitor their own health situations and those of people with whom they are in contact and not attend practice if there is any doubt of illness or coming in contact with anyone who is ill. Be honest if you or a family member is sick, and stay home.*



  • Players and coaches will wear masks at practices when not actively drinking water. 

  • Each player will wash hands / hand sanitize upon arrival.

  • No bathroom use except hand washing / emergencies.

  • Only players will be allowed inside the Pod. If it’s necessary for other visitors (family) to enter, they must get get confirmation from a LIFT Coach and set up a time beforehand.

  • Doors will open 10 minutes prior to the start of practice. If you arrive early, please wait until coach signals you can enter. We are doing our best to ensure the space is clean and safe for you. Practice will finish on time and players will be expected to be picked up promptly.



  • Bring everything you need. No borrowing equipment from LIFT or other players.

  • Come ready to practice. If inclement weather requires changing shoes, please do so quickly.

  • Mouthguards must be contained on your person at all times. Please wash them before every practice. 

  • Bring enough water for your entire practice. 

  • Goalies: You will be responsible for your own equipment, whether borrowed from us or you have your own. Please bring it home and clean it frequently.


To the best of our abilities, we will be planning practices around social distancing guidelines. We ask that parents talk with their players prior to practice about being mindful of all players’ personal space while at practices. Players will focus on individual skills, passing, shooting, game concepts, and fitness.


As we’re all adjusting to our guidelines in a way that will both benefit us and keep us all safe in the sport we all love, it’s imperative that players and parents respect these new rules. Any violation will result first in a phone conversation with player and parent and then, if behavior does not improve, will result in removal from our program without any fee refund.


Coaches have the right at any time to make adjustments and decisions to best benefit the group as a whole based on local and federal guidelines, new information, and how we believe we are progressing.

Thank you all for your support and understanding.

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LIFT Field Hockey will provide K5 through 12th grade girls in the Milwaukee area with an opportunity to play field hockey and practice healthy fitness habits in the off-season, while learning teamwork, sportsmanship, leadership, and developing confidence and self-esteem. We will help grow the sport for the area middle school and high schools that play by offering a place to learn and play for any girl, regardless of experience or ability. While LIFT FH focuses on developing skills and team camaraderie in field hockey, we will use the sport as a tool for practicing sportsmanship and teamwork, teaching leadership development, and volunteering in the community.

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