Updated March 30th, 2020


An Important Update Regarding Our International Events in Response to the Covid-19 Outbreak

Coaches, Parents and Players, 

Over the past few months, we have been actively monitoring the ever-changing characteristics of COVID-19 (Coronavirus). During this time, our primary concern has been the health and wellbeing of our athletes, families and staff. 

The team at Legacy has not been immune to the current economic climate; we too, have experienced furloughs and limited staffing that has impacted our efforts across the board. At this time, we are nearing decisions regarding the postponement of upcoming events, and will have concrete information concerning credits and refund policies soon as we work through this unprecedented situation. Our intention is that any funds you’ve paid will be eligible for a full credit towards future events. We’re still working through how to maximize the net refund value for any circumstances where a credit to a future event doesn’t work.  

We certainly appreciate your patience and understand the challenging times we’re all experiencing at the moment. Legacy prides itself on impacting lives and developing leaders, especially in the face of adversity. We are confident that even in trying times like these, a conclusion will be reached that works for all parties involved. 

Please stay safe and be well during this unprecedented time. We look forward to seeing you soon. 

The Team at Legacy Global Sports 




How to Protect Yourself and Stay Healthy While Traveling

  • Practice routine handwashing.
    • Wash hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds after touching potentially contaminated surfaces
    • Use alcohol-based hand sanitizer (containing at least 60% alcohol) if soap and water are not available
    • Avoid touching your mouth, eyes, and nose with unwashed hands
  • Limit exposure to individuals who are sick.
    • Wearing a face mask may help lower your risk of getting sick
  • Seek medical attention if you are experiencing symptoms
    • Whether you’re home or traveling, see a doctor immediately if you are experiencing symptoms of a respiratory disease or other illness
    • If you’re experiencing symptoms of fever, cough or difficulty breathing and are traveling in or have recently traveled to an area impacted by the Coronavirus outbreak, avoid contact with others and call ahead before visiting a doctor’s office or emergency room



  • The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is providing frequent updates to the Coronavirus outbreak and the areas around the world impacted by the virus. Learn more about travel health notices at