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The NSW Government has announced that the stay-at-home orders that were put in place yesterday have now been extended across all of Greater Sydney including the Blue Mountains, Central Coast, Wollongong and Shellharbour from 6pm today (Saturday, 26 June 2021) until 11.59pm on Friday, 9 July 2021.
Significantly, the NSW Government has made it very clear that community sport will not be permitted during this period.
Therefore, all football activities within Greater Sydney including the Blue Mountains, Central Coast, Wollongong and Shellharbour are suspended immediately until 11.59pm on Friday, 9 July 2021.
What does this mean for Football in these areas?
• Effective immediately, all games, training and other football activities must cease;
• All Football NSW and Association competitions and leagues will be suspended until 11.59pm on Friday, 9 July 2021;
• Any football activity which takes place during this period is not sanctioned by Football NSW and, therefore, the Personal Accident insurance cover that is provided as part of a player’s registration may not apply.
Based on information received from the Chief Health Officer, here are some key points in relation to the easing of restrictions from this weekend 26th September 2020:
📷Interregional community sporting competitions may recommence without restricting these activities to regions or zones, provided there is a COVID-19 Safety Plan in place
📷More than one parent may now attend community sporting activities if physical distancing of at least 1.5 metres can be maintained between people that are not from the same household
📷Non-essential adults should continue to be excluded from sporting activities
📷Community sports organisations and participants should continue to avoid shared travel arrangements such as car pooling and bus travel
📷Continue to minimise gatherings before and after the event
📷Ensure strict compliance with all other elements of the COVID-19 Safety Plan.
This ‘Return to Play Summary’ is the next level for Albion Park Soccer Club, and provides for the resumption of full competitive matches including training and play for all ages and all levels across the various leagues and competitions in New South Wales.
This COVID 19 information guideline provides for the limited return of football training. Training for groups greater than 20 people is still not permitted under public health guidelines and is not sanctioned by Football NSW for Albion Park Soccer Club.
HOW TO CHECK-IN AT TERRY RESERVE, ALBION PARK:
1. With your mobile device, open the built-in camera.
Point the camera at the QR code and wait for it to recognise the QR code.
2. Once the link has loaded, fill out the fields and follow the on-screen
prompts to finish the form.