Posted by Gareth Icke Posted on 19 October 2020

The ‘Covid’ madness that is killing football for whole generations along with the financial demise of historic professional clubs. All part of the systematic deletion of cultural traditions

From the perspective of The Notts Youth Football League we can only ask you all to follow these guidelines
• A limit of one parent per player at any training session or match.
• Follow the Government guidelines regarding parents and players travelling to and from venues.
• Reinforcing that a representative from the home club/team outlines the clubs COVID-19 Match day policy including the most important requirement for social distancing, prior to the start of ANY game of football in the county.
• Encouraging any 11v11 match to social distance spectators/coaches and substitutes by restricting numbers gathering on one touchline and using both sides of the pitch for spectators where games have 30 or more in attendance.
• Encouraging every team to appoint a COVID warden to walk around the touchline and ensure that every spectator uses their phone to click on the QR Code on the NHS test and trace app which has been a requirement for all venues since September 24th.
• Ensuring the wearing of face coverings are adhered to when queuing for/attending a tea bar/kitchen facility at a club.
• Ensuring the wearing of face coverings are adhered to when entering a toilet facility.
• Reinforcing the guidance and making it a requirement that clubs with more than 50 people on site (high usage) at any one time, have an hourly cleaning schedule of toilets in place to wipe down/sanitise all touch surfaces.


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