Stay Safe - Contact Trace
From August 1st, each time you visit AFC Barwell to watch a football match, you will need to provide your contact details.
The FA require us to do this so that we are ready and able to assist the NHS at short notice with data for Covid -19 Test and Trace purposes.
Providing your details is simple and takes seconds. We will be placing posters at Dovecote Way displaying a QR code which can be scanned.
If you cant scan the code or dont have a mobile phone that has internet access you can provide your details before hand by visiting www.afcbarwell.com/trace.
Read our code of conduct written to deal with the current Covid-19 situation and the resumption of contact training and matches. make sure that you have given consent for your child to attend training.Read it here
The risk assessment carried out ahead of the club re starting contact training and matches can be found here. You must provideyour consent before your player can take part in contact training or matches.
We have produced detailed guidance for our return we would advise that you familiarise your self with it here.
If a member of your household has symptoms YOU SHOULD NOT ATTEND You should stay at home and follow NHS and Government advice. You should inform us.
Your child will require the following when attending training or matches. It is requested that anyone wlaking through or entering the pavilion building wear a face covering .
Parents/Carers and Players must wash their hands before coming to training and must wash them as soon as they get home afterwards.
We would like to remind you that chewing gum is not permitted by AFC Barwell players whether they are at Dovecote Way or an away venue.
Our coaches will have hand sanitiser available however players must bring their own to training and matches they should sanitise their hands before joining their training group or matchday team.They should sanitise again during the session or match if required and immediatley after the activity has finished.
Physical contact is permitted between players at training sessions and matches Parents and carers should make sure that they do not share lifts to training. You should aim to arrive on time for your training and not early. And should not arrive any earlier than 40 mins before kick off if you are playing in a match. We can avoid overcrowding this way. Your child should go directly to their coach and should avoid contact with others.
Make sure that you maintain physical distancing when attending as either a player,parent or carer. We have planned our training sessions to provide as much space as possible however it is not possible to mark social distancing everywhere. A collective effort is required. Please keep your distance.