August 2021

2021/22 season

As the 21/22 season kicks off, we present to you the latest COVID guidance as issued by the FA. Rules are relaxing and a majority of the measures are now voluntary but we will still ensure that Test & Trace QR location codes are available at our venues and provide sanitisation equipment at all our venues for players, spectators and kit. PPE is also available for the administration of first aid.  Adults are also no longer required to self-isolate if they have come into contact with a player as long as they are double-vaccinated.

That said, even with a change of rules, our football community is made up of many different families and communities and we ask that we remain respectful and considerate towards all. If you or anyone in your home has COVID then please still inform your team/opposition as a courtesy so they can make decisions for themselves over whether they wish to train/play. Your club COVID officer is Kristen Bailey and if there is any confusion over the new guidance etc, then please contact her for a chat.

Full COVID-19 guidance and documents can be found HERE. Underneath the information on the page, there are more detailed PDF documents that we bring to your attention.

We ask that all players, coaches, match officials, league officials, volunteers, parents/carers, spectators read these in detail in addition to the latest Government guidance on COVID-19.



These documents have been prepared by the Club in alignment with recent FA guidance.

Risk Assessments

All previous venue specific risk assessments have now been replaced by a general risk assessment that outlines all the precautions we expect all our players and managers to take when involved in training and matches in order to keep everyone safe and prevent the potential transmission of COVID-19.  Please read through the assessments thoroughly and feel free to share this guidance with others. Risk assessments are living documents so these will be updated accordingly in line with any new guidance from the government/ the FA.