Club guidance on Covid-19
Given the current pandemic it is really important that everyone involved with the club is fully aware of the official guidance from the FA and also our club guidance.
On this page we have detailed everything you need to know and we urge you all to take the time to familiarise yourself with all of the guidelines. As a club we feel we have taken all of the required actions according to the guidelines but we would urge you to point out anything you feel we could or should improve upon when you attend training and match days.
There are a lot of things to consume, this page contains everything that is available and also summaries to make things as simple as possible. If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact the committee or our appointed Covid-19 officers Max Eaglestone or Kevin Elsley who will be present at training.
Covid-19 DOCUMENTS (IMPORTANT TO READ)
We have created a simple Covid-19 guidlines sheet. It is critical that you are aware of the guidelines as the club will be enforcing the rules at all matches and training until further notice.
and Prior to attending training or matches with the club please can we ask you to complete a self screen check. The document below details checks you should undertake with your child. If you tick positive against any of the criteria please do not attend training or matches:
Assuming your child is fit to attand training or matches following your self certification above we have created a club Covid-19 document that aims to ensure that we can manage the sessions in the safest way. Please read this in advance of attending the sessions:
The FA have published very detailed documentation relating to the safe return of grassroots football. All of the relevant documentation is available at the bottom of this page as downloadable PDF’s but luckily they have also summarised the guidance in this document:
Additionally the government have issued this guidance
We have also conducted a club risk assessment, where we highlight the areas of concern and how as a club we are protecting the girls against the risk and how we will monitor the risk going forward:
Our training and match facility risk assessments, third party:
FULL DOCUMENTATION FROM THE Junior Premier League
The Junior Premier League have also issued their guidelines related to Covid-19. Our club rules reflect and include these and the FA rules.
FULL DOCUMENTATION FROM THE FA
All of the official detailed guidance can be found in the links below.