Checks Before Attending a Training Session or Match

Players must be checked to prevent transmission among

people who are unaware that they are carriers of the virus.

Check if the player:

Has high temperature (above 37.8C);

• Has developed a new continuous cough;

• Has shortness of breath or a sore throat;

• Has loss off or change in normal sense of taste or smell;

• Is feeling unwell.


This quick check should be done before each training session or match and reported to the coach before the session starts.

If any of these symptoms do apply, the player cannot participate in that session or match.


Travel To and From The Venue

Players must travel to the Phoenix grounds only with members of their own bubble.

Please remember there must be no car-sharing with anyone outside

your bubble.


Arriving And Leaving

All opposition parents and players must remain in their vehicle until their coach has arrived and made himself known to the Mudeford Phoenix official.

Parents must remain in their vehicles until 5 minutes before the session/ match is due to start. Children and parents/carers should not congregate at the venue

(other than when watching a match) and should maintain social distancing at all times. All parents must scan the QR code.




At Mudeford Phoenix parents/Players must park in alternate spaces if available with the player (Children) exiting the car from the passenger side only, The coach will check with their parents before match starts to ensure health checks have been done. Parents may watch from behind the respect barrier whilst following government guidelines on social distancing. Parents will be designated their half of the pitch to watch from.



opposition teams will be designated a side of the pitch for their players spectators and supporters.

All equipment will be sanitized before, during (where possible) and after matches.

Opposition coaches must have a list of spectators attending the match in case needed for track and trace. All parents must scan the QR code.





During the Covid 19 period the changing facilities and showers can only be used by 5 Players at a time. where possible all players must be dressed in their kit on arrival, Toilet s will be open in the changing rooms with a home and away team notice on the door. There will be hand gel at the entrance of the changing rooms.



Parents should ensure that their child has their:

· own water bottle, hand sanitiser, sun cream

· any necessary medication (e.g. inhaler).

· All items belonging to their child should be labeled with their name

· Players should not use anyone else's bottles.


Adult players

Adult players must have their:

· own water bottle, hand sanitiser, sun cream

· any necessary medication (e.g. inhaler).

· Players should not use anyone else's bottles.

All players must sanitize their hand before and after sessions


If a player touches any equipment they must wash their hands immediately and inform the coach so the piece of equipment can be sanitised.

Social distancing does not permit handshakes, highfives or group goal celebrations,


Goalkeepers should be allocated their own ball for the whole of a training session.


Players should not spit.


If a player gets injured, the first-aider or other medical personnel present, who will be equipped with the appropriate PPE to protect themselves and others, will deal with the situation and if deemed necessary compromise social-distancing guidelines to provide medical assistance.


If a player becomes symptomatic during the session, they will be immediately removed from the session

and a parent will be ask to take them home as soon as possible.

If a player becomes ill shortly after a session or match the coaches of both teams must be informed immediately.