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Covid 19 updated on Friday October 16th

Last updated on Friday October 16 at 9.20am

Please note, this is an ever-changing situation and our advice may change at short notice. We recommend that you check our website regularly for the latest advice.


Tier 2 – high which we are in at this moment. I've highlighted Adult guidence in tier 2 & 3.

  • Under-18s and individuals with a disability can continue to play in bubbles of up to 15 players (please see below for further guidance on bubbles)

  • Coaches from a tier 2 or 3 area can continue to run sessions for U18 players and/or individuals with a disability

  • One to one coaching in a tier 2 area can continue with one player from another household. The player and coach are allowed to be from tier 1, 2 or 3 area. This exemption is from the Government to allow for paid one to one support to continue

  • Over-18s from a tier 2 area must only take part in indoor sport with someone from their own household or support bubble

  • Clubs can continue to operate for U18s or individuals with a disability in bubbles of up to 15 players and for adults when playing with someone from their own household or support bubble

  • Local leagues should not take place in tier 2 areas at this time

  • Bars and restaurants, including any food or drink facilities inside a clubhouse/leisure facility, can open in accordance with the latest government guidance. The hospitality areas selling food and drink (such as cafes and bars) must close between 10pm and 5am. The wider sports facility is not subject to the 10pm-5am closure restrictions

  • No local competitions or 1* events should take place in a tier 2 area. Players from tier 2 areas should not enter a competition in a tier 1 area

  • Sport in educational settings will be covered by the Governmental exemption for supervised activities for children (i.e. U18’s), and so can take place in groups larger than six. This includes pupils over the age of 18, where the sport is for the purpose of education, such as curriculum sport or playing for school/college/university teams, but does not include all activity on the educational site

Tier 3 – very high

  • Under-18s and individuals with a disability can continue to play in bubbles of up to 15 players (please see below for further guidance on bubbles)

  • Coaches from a tier 2 or 3 area can continue to run sessions for U18 players and/or individuals with a disability

  • One to one coaching in a tier 2 area can continue with one player from another household. The player and coach are allowed to be from tier 1, 2 or 3 area. This exemption is from the Government to allow for paid one to one support to continue

  • Over-18s from a tier 3 area must only take part in indoor sport with someone from their own household or support bubble

  • Clubs can continue to operate for U18’s or individuals’ with a disability in bubbles of up to 15 players and for adults when playing with someone from their own household or support bubble

  • Local leagues should not take place in tier 3 areas at this time

  • Bars and restaurants, including any food or drink facilities inside a clubhouse/leisure facility, can open in accordance with the latest government guidance. The hospitality areas selling food and drink (such as cafes and bars) must close between 10pm and 5am. The wider sports facility is not subject to the 10pm-5am closure restrictions

  • No local competitions or 1* events should take place in a tier 3 area. Players from tier 3 areas should not enter a competition in a tier 1 area

  • Sport in educational settings will be covered by the Governmental exemption for supervised activities for children (i.e. U18’s), and so can take place in groups larger than six. This includes pupils over the age of 18, where the sport is for the purpose of education, such as curriculum sport or playing for school/college/university teams, but does not include all activity on the educational site

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