Last Updated: 12th August 2020
Update from capital football 12 august
JUNIOR FOOTBALL | U7 to U12 grades
For the weekend of the 15th and 16th of August, ALL CAPITAL FOOTBALL JUNIOR COMPETITIONS HAVE BEEN CANCELLED INCLUDING CAPITAL FOOTBALL FESTIVALS FOR U7-U8. This is regardless of any Alert Level updates from the Government expected on Friday.
Due to the large numbers of players, volunteers, parents/caregivers and supporters at festivals and games, we believe the safest option is to hold off on taking the fields this weekend.
However, if we are to stay at Alert Level 2 for an extended period of time, we do intend on playing Junior Football. We believe taking this weekend to take stock and plan what that looks like is the safest option and will have us all in a better place for Junior football next weekend should we be able to restart at that point.
YOUTH FOOTBALL | U13 to U18 grades
For this Friday the 14th and the weekend of the 15th and 16th of August, all Youth Football will go ahead as scheduled and follow the normal cancellation process.
We are currently in conversation with College Sport Wellington to ensure the decision around football in the wider Wellington region for youth players is aligned and will continue to update you as these decisions are made.
SENIOR FOOTBALL |
For the weekend of the 15th and 16th of August, all Senior Football will go ahead as scheduled and follow the normal cancellation process.
If we are to stay in Alert Level 2 (update expected Friday), all Alert Level 2 Guidelines must be in place, including:
- Contact tracing systems
- Correct and effective hygiene measures (available hand sanitizer, no sharing of drink bottles)
- Remember to disinfect your equipment before and after use
- Social distancing where possible, 2 metres in open areas and 1 metre in confined spaces (leaving and entering fields)
- Max 100 person gatherings
- Avoid touch points where possible
- Refrain from engaging in ceremonial walkouts or conducting handshakes with the opposition
Please take this time to remind your club members of these guidelines and put them in place in case we do stay at Alert Level 2.
If we move back to Alert Level 1 (update expected Friday 14 August);
Contact tracing and gathering restrictions are not required, however, please be mindful and practice good hygiene at all times.
If we move up to Alert Level 3 (update expected Friday 14 August);
All football for the weekend of the 15th and 16th of August will be cancelled as Alert level 3 indicates a maximum of 10 person gatherings. We will communicate directly with you if this occurs to confirm this plan.
Trainings whilst we are at Alert Level 2 can continue as long as proper guidelines are in place and followed including contact tracing, proper hygiene practices and max gatherings of 100 people.
Please be vigilant on these points and refer back to the checklist and guidelines.
Contact tracing is a requirement at Alert Level 2 and must be in place for all football activities.
We strongly suggest that our football community uses the Government recommended contact tracing app, the NZ COVID TRACER. This can be found on the App store or Google Play.
The New Zealand Football recommended contact tracing tool is IDME so we also suggest having this in place for all football activity.
IDME creates ground codes that the football community input into their IDME App to log their activity.
The Capital Football Ground Codes are available on our website, and the IDME app is free to download from the App store or Google play.
CLUBROOMS, BARS AND FOOD SERVICES AT ALERT LEVEL 2
A reminder that at Alert Level 2, clubroom bar and food facility must follow the guidelines put in place for restaurants and bars under the Government’s Guidelines for Businesses under Alert Level 2, including but not limited to:
- Patrons must remain seated.
- The number of people within gatherings and the total number of gatherings is managed.
- Fulfilling all other health and safety obligations.
ALERT LEVEL 3
If at any stage we return to Alert Level 3, all football playing activity will be cancelled.
- Appropriate contact tracing, hygiene and sanitation measures must be in place.
- Changing facilities are currently open at Level 1 and 2.
- Please observe physical distancing where possible
- WAFC will be using iDMe for contact tracing purposes at all sports grounds, the posters will be on display at all venues. Venue codes can be found on the Capital Football website and are published with the senior draw on Facebook.
- Note we will be using the manual sign in.
Sign into the football activity using IDME*
*This can be done before you leave home or at the ground
1). GO TO WWW.IDME.CO.NZ
2). Enter your personal details.
3). Submit your personal details.
4). Select “Or Click Here for Manual Sign-in”
5). Enter the venue code – can be found on the Capital Football website
6). Change the time if necessary,
If you do not use iDMe you must complete the manual contact tracing form at the venue.
Jim Cooke Park – DQRCT
Waikanae Park – KVUKN
Otaraua Park – WLRLV
Waikanae AFC Clubrooms – BVRQF
Cleaning and hygine
- Water bottles should not be shared under any circumstance
- Spitting or other similar actions is prohibited, including on GK gloves
- Please refrain from physical greetings e.g. handshakes
- Shared equipment should be cleaned before and after each session
- When possible 2 metres physical distancing should be observed, during some activites this may not be possilbe, if you feel uncomfortable with this please let the appropriate people know.
No one should be attending any gathering if they are displaying symptoms of COVID-19, awaiting test results or are required to self isolate.