Please take time to read what you need to do and know to play hockey safely in these trying times. This applies to all Club hockey participants – players (incl. parents of U18s), coaches, umpires and volunteers.
Do two things:
|YOU SHOULD ....|
|IF ....||SELF-ISOLATE (DO NOT ATTEND ANY CLUB HOCKEY)||INFORM NHS TEST & TRACE||INFORM CLUB COVID-19 OFFICER||COMMENTS|
|I have/think I have SYMPTOMS =|
(Continuous cough, a fever of 37.8°C or more, Loss of, or change in, sense of taste or smell).
|YES||YES||YES||You must be symptom-free before you return to hockey|
|Someone in my household has symptoms, but I don't.||YES||NO||YES|
|I have been contacted by NHS Test & Trace or my NHS Covid-19 App has told me that I have been in contact with a positive case but I have no symptoms.||YES||NO||YES|
|A member of my household has been identified as a contact; they have no symptoms and I have no symptoms.||NO||NO||NO||Be extra vigilant and pay attention to SOCIAL DISTANCING & HAND/RESPIRATORY (MASK) HYGIENE|
The bottom line is that, if you are feeling unwell do not attend any Club hockey events whether you have Covid-19 symptoms or not. This is the common-sense advice we gave before the Covid-19 pandemic and it remains true today.
Complete a mandatory England Hockey Participation Agreement. U18s must be registered by a parent/carer. You need to do this at least 7 days before you want to play with the Club. This means that no completion = no play!
If you are not a Club member, you must join the Club to be eligible to play. No join = no play!
Watch this video to understand what you need to do to stay safe and protect others.
Check out the Club’s Covid-19 Code of Behaviour for the key Dos and Don’ts and the poster below.
If you have a Covid-19 related question contact a Club Covid-19 Officer.
Read this for England Hockey’s full up to date guidance.
Covid-19 has required us to change how we share and issue kit – including playing shirts and goalkeeping. This will affect everyone – read what you need to do here. This applies to senior hockey and the Junior Academy.