We're getting closer to the start of the 2020 football season.
Subject to the range of public health measures outlined HERE, play, active recreation and sport can resume under Level 2. Obviously, there are restrictions around what's currently possible. We have sent some detailed information through to each club's contact people, so they will be able to fill you in on our plans as they stand now.
NZ Football will release their Return to Match Guidelines next week following the Government's review of gathering sizes on Monday 25th May. Hopefully the countdown clock to the start of the season can then well and truly start ticking.
In the meantime, here's some information you should be aware of before you head to your first training session.
For training to resume, a contact tracing register must be in place for everyone involved in, or attending, any session. A contact tracing register includes, but is not limited to, recording the name, address, phone number, and email address of everyone attending, as well as the date and time of the session, and who dropped them off/picked them up.
COMET – for contact tracing
iDMe – for contact tracing
CLEANING & HYGIENE
Again, if you have any questions please speak to your club's administration people in the first instance. They should have all the latest information they need to help answer your questions.
Karyn WaltersChief Executive, WaiBOP Football