Whether you are a manager, player, visitor or supporter of Aylsham Football Club here is what you need to know with regard to our current Covid-19 guidance:
Youngs Park is private land not a public park which is why some government rules may differ to other clubs.
Guidance for when visiting Youngs Park:
- Spectators are now allowed whilst adhering to Covid protocols.
- On entry to the playing field all coaches and players must sanitise at the designated station.
- All adult visitors must scan the QR Code for the NHS Test and Trace app.
- The club house is only to be used for toilets. A face covering must be when when inside (if over the age of 11).
- Social Distancing must be adhered to at all times
- Spectators are asked not to touch any balls or equipment with their hands.
- We have strict entry and exit points. See below.
Guidance for players and officials:
- Handshaking, high-fives, or group goal celebrations should be avoided.
- Team talk huddles should not take place; however, team talks can take place as long as social distancing is observed.
- When the ball goes out of play it should not be retrieved by a non-participant and should be retrieved using feet rather than the hands where possible.
- Players should refrain from spitting.
- If a player gets injured, a member of their household or support bubble can aid them, but others will still need to socially distance unless a life or limb-treating injury necessitates compromising guidelines to provide emergency care.
- All the equipment used will be sanitised before the match, half time and after the match. This includes goals and footballs.
- Hand sanitizer is provided at all entrance to the premises with signage displayed.
- Access to the toilets is permitted but youth players must be escorted by a member of their household or support bubble.
- The club will support track and trace system by managers having name and contact information of players participating in the match.
- All the guidance for Covid-19 will have been explained to all participants before game play.
Our full risk assessment document which was last updated May 16th can be viewed below. This is to be circulated to all visiting teams: