Uni FC Restricted Training To Commence From May 18
The University Football Club is pleased to confirm restricted training will officially commence at the club from Monday 18 May.
The commencement of restricted training is part of the WA State Government’s Phase Two of the rollback of coronavirus measures.
The clubrooms and change-rooms will not be open for use, but McGillivray Oval floodlights will be on to allow teams to train with adequate lighting.
University Football Club wants to stress that restrictions remain in place, in particular that training can resume in groups no larger than 20 and all training is to remain non-contact.
Groups must train on allocated areas of an oval, no cross over of training groups can occur.
Each relevant grades’ coach will advise the specific details around how training be run given the restrictions, so please contact your coach.
University Football Club will not tolerate any breaches of protocol.
The Perth Football League are yet to make official any season dates, but for the sake of expectations and given they’ve commented in the press, it’s hoped full contact training can resume in mid-June, with a view to a possible playing start date in mid-July, with grand finals on Saturday 26 September.
Summary of key conditions:
- Return to training protocols come into effect from May 18.
- Training can resume in groups no larger than 20.
- All training is to remain non-contact
- Footballs are permitted, training equipment such as weights, tackling bags are not.
- Strict hygiene protocols need to be followed
- NO access to change rooms, gym or club rooms
- Groups must train on allocated areas of an oval, no cross over of training groups can occur.
- Social distancing (1.5m) rules still apply
- WAFC recommends the use of the COVID-19 App for all participants.