As advised by the FA, we are now using the new NHS COVID-19 app to collect player and family details to support NHS Test & Trace efforts and ensure we can keep the members of our club informed and safe.

The NHS COVID-19 app has a feature that allows users to quickly and easily ‘check in’ to your venue by scanning the code. The information stays on the user’s phone. In England, you do not have to ask people who choose to ‘check in’ using the official NHS QR code to provide their contact details. If there is an outbreak associated with a venue, a message will be sent to the relevant app users with the necessary public health advice.

All users are asked to download the NHS COVID app available on the iTunes app store and Google Store. We train and play matches across 11 different venues. Please find the relevant QR codes below for your training/match venues and scan to check in using the app. Posters of these codes will be available at Redwood, Tomlinscote & Kings but not at our public venues. In this case, we recommend managers have laminated print outs for spectators to scan or the QR code is distributed to all beforehand with a reminder to scan in on the day.

While using this app, we also still advise all managers to keep up to date contact records of everyone associated with their team. Do inform the COVID team of any suspected cases in your team and do ask for advice when necessary. Whilst we are using this system, we still would like you to keep in touch with us so we know what's happening and can advise and act accordingly.

Please note that if you are symptomatic, living with an individual who has/is being tested for possible COVID-19 infection or are living with a very vulnerable individual then the government guidance is that you should stay at home.

If you show up to a match or training with symptoms then the coach may ask you to leave and only return once a negative COVID-19 test has been returned or you have self-isolated for 14 days.