Track & Trace

We must collect names and Covid-free declarations for all players and spectators attending, coaches will keep a record of players and coaches in attendance however please complete the form on this website for all supporters in your group who are attending. This must be completed prior to attendance at the fixture:

Data Declaration

Aspley Guise FC have no interest in your data outside of its use for Track and Trace. We will not use your data for any purpose other than to provide government, the NHS or the FA with information regarding attendees in the event of cases of Covid-19 being detected. We will not pass your data to any third party outside of those official organisations that need it for track and trace.

We are required to keep your details for 21 days. All information older than 21 days shall be deleted from systems by the 30th day after the event.

Please Familiarise Yourself With The Following Prior To Attending A Match

All Supporter information should be submitted 24hrs in advance of your fixture, only supporters who have submitted the required form will be invited into our facility to attend. Due to Covid-19 there are no exceptions to this, declarations cannot be submitted on the day of the match.

All guests must sanitize their hands both on entrance and exit with the Alcohol based sanitizer, please ensure that you bring your own as the club cannot guarantee that we will be able to provide.

All spectators must adhere to the prevailing social distancing guidelines and be no groups larger than six- people.

All players, officials, volunteers and spectators must undergo a self-assessment for any Covid-19- symptoms. No-one should leave home to participate in football if they, or someone they live with, has any of the following:
• A high temperature (above 37.8°C);
• A new, continuous cough;
• A loss of, or change to, their sense of smell or taste
• Shortness of breath
• A Sore Throat
• Feeling generally unwell
• Been in contact with anybody with suspected or confirmed Covid-19 case.

Please familiarise yourselves with the latest FA and governmental guidance.

Covid-19 is a highly infectious and dangerous disease.

A resumption of contact play is only achievable if those involved create and maintain a controlled environment that minimises the threat of infection.

Risk in sport cannot be completely eradicated but with caution and care these risks can be reduced.
Each player will need to decide when to return to contact football, based on their own circumstances and the arrangements that have been put in place for a safe return. This is particularly the case for players from BAME communities or those with underlying health conditions.

All those returning to competitive grassroots football must adopt the following code of behaviour:

Be aware of your own personal health. If you show any of the Covid-19 symptoms you must stay at home, inform NHS Test and Trace and seek medical advice.

Be responsible. Read the guidance provided by The FA and by your club so that you are aware of the changes to the game and what is expected of you. This will include things like being prepared to wash your own kit, bringing your own labelled water bottle and being aware of changes to meet-up times.

Practise good hygiene. Wash your hands regularly and before, during and after a game.

Where possible maintain social distancing. This won’t always be possible in a competitive match environment (for example when tackling an opponent) and that is acceptable. However, before, and after a game you should maintain social distancing.

Support NHS Test and Trace. You’re likely to be asked to provide your details so that in the event of a Covid-19 outbreak those potentially infected can be traced. This is to everyone’s benefit so please co-operate.

Do not spit. Spitting and the rinsing out of mouths is now a recognised risk to health and must not be done. Avoid shouting or raising your voice if face to face with other players.

After the game. Be aware that other users may be waiting to use the facilities. Changing rooms and showers are likely to be closed and any socialising must follow the Government’s guidance on social distancing.