Our Return to Training webinar last night saw 860 attendees join us to hear about our phased return of football and the protocols that will need to adopted and the steps taken by clubs in returning to train safely following the Welsh Government’s announcement on Friday.
We are now in a position to share the supporting documents that will support clubs in implementing these protocols, these are now available at https://www.faw.cymru/en/covid-19/.
The resources that have been made available via our website are: •Recording of Return to Training webinar presentation
•FAW Safer Return to Training protocol
•Club COVID-19 checklist
•COVID-19 Risk Assessment template and guidance
•COVID-19 Compliance Officer role description
•COVID-19 First Aid guidance
•Be Active Wales Fund support
The following resources will be available from Wednesday:
•Coach Cymru resource •Bluefin insurance guidance
•Return to Training – Phase 1 FAQs
Dear all I would be grateful if you could communicate the following to your Club contacts…
The FAW has both received and welcomes the message from Welsh Government that ‘low-contact’ sport for groups of up-to 30 outdoors can resume from Monday the 13th of July.
The FAW and FAW Trust await the revised Welsh Government’s Coronavirus Regulations together with the Welsh Government’s updated guidance and will be working through the changes to translate this into easily understandable information to advise both clubs and individuals as soon as possible.
The FAW continues to work with Welsh Government and Sport Wales to develop a phased approach for the return of football in Wales.
Please check https://www.faw.cymru/en/covid-19/ for further updates.