Protocol for players
Stay at home when:
- Stay at home if you have any of the following (also mild!) symptoms in the past 24 hours: cold, coughing, shortness of breath, or fever.
- Stay at home if someone in your household has a fever (from 38 ° C) and / or shortness of breath. If everyone has no complaints for 24 hours, you can exercise again and go outside.
- Stay at home if someone in your household has tested positive for the new coronavirus (COVID-19). Because you can still get sick up to fourteen days after the last contact with this person, you must stay home until fourteen days after the last contact where this person was still contagious (follow the advice of the GGD).
- Stay home if you’ve had the new coronavirus (diagnosed with a lab test) at home for at least seven days after the test result.
- Stay home as long as you are in home isolation because you have had direct contact with someone diagnosed with the new coronavirus.
- Players over 70 and from risk groups should analyze their own risk whether they can participate in groups at outdoor sports
parks or in public spaces. If necessary, consult your doctor.
- Come to Footy on foot or by bicycle as much as possible and avoid using public transport where possible.
- When traveling to Footy, keep in mind the guidelines for traffic & transport of the National Government.
- Come to Footy in sportswear. The changing rooms are closed. You also cannot take a shower, make sure you went to the toilet at home.
- Only come with your own Footy team, and don’t invite any acquaintances or guests.
- Everyone should keep 1.5m distance from all other people.
- Walking routes have been added, use these.
- Disinfect your hands when you enter and leave the field.
- Always follow the instructions of the organization; stick with your own training group when multiple training groups are active at Footy Park; Footy staff is the ‘Corona coordinator’, recognizable by the yellow vest. Listen and follow any decision made by the Corona Coordinator otherwise the training will be stopped immediately, there is no room for discussion.
- Do not spit or blow your nose on the field.
- Touch the ball with your hands as little as possible, unless you have goalkeeper gloves.
- Try to head the ball as little as possible.
- Bring your own bottle filled to drink.
- The terrace will open from 1 June 2020, it will also be marked out at 1.5m distance.