We have been busy working hard to create a safe environment for our players, parents and coaches both for training and the return of matches.
Below you will find all of the information you need either as a parent, player, coach, official, visiting team, League or County FA on the measures we are taking as a club to ensure everyone’s safety during these difficult times.
Track & Trace
For all friendly and league matches we will be asking the opposition to complete a track and trace form. These details will be held for 21 days and will be removed after that date. Only the Club Welfare Officer/COVID-19 Officer and Assistant Club Welfare Officer will have access to this data.
Please fill in this form before the game with details for players, coaches and parents/guardians who will attending for the home team. The away side will be asked to only fill in the contact details of their COVID-19 officer. The visiting club will be responsible for collecting their own guest information on their own systems.
Club Risk Assessment
Our club risk assessment document for our locations can be found below:
Our emergency action plans for each of our playing sites can be found below:
We’ve made substantial changes to our pitch layout to accommodate social distancing. Please find our site plans below:
QR Codes for NHS Test and Trace
We have assigned our Club Welfare Officer as the Club COVID-19 Officer. Natalie will be overseeing the measures we have in place. If you have any questions or issues you’d like to discuss, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.