The NZ Covid Tracer App QR codes are placed around the clubrooms
Contact Tracing link HERE or QR code below
Glenfield Rovers Guidelines for football at Alert Level 1
– Contact training is allowed, but avoid handshakes or high-fives.
– All players have to bring their own drink bottles and strictly no sharing is allowed.
– Clubroom, changing rooms and toilets are open as usual.
– All gear and equipment used to train should be cleaned after each session by the coach/manager.
– If you are sick, do not come to the club.
– If you get covid-19 or are getting tested, TELL the club immediately.
– If in doubt or you have questions about our club, ask firstname.lastname@example.org
– For information about your team, ask email@example.com
NZ Football Guidelines for football at Alert Level 1
Competition, Training and Education Courses
- Football competitions, training and education courses can return to a new normal.
- There are no limits on crowd sizes and no social distancing requirements.
- Anyone involved in any event must be able to be contact traced. The links are above.
- All players, coaches, support staff and referees must be registered with COMET Guidance for clubs can be found at nzfootball.co.nz/competitionfootytips.
- All participants should regularly wash and dry their hands, or if not possible use hand sanitiser, before and after an activity.
- You should continue to cough or sneeze into your elbow and avoid spitting, or similar actions.
- Sharing of equipment should be minimised where possible.
- Sharing of water bottles and food should be avoided.
- All club facilities are open as per normal.
- If you feel unwell stay home. Don’t play, train, or attend games in any capacity. If you have cold or flu symptoms you need to see a doctor and if told to self-isolate you must.